Recipe Roundup: Whole Grains

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It's January, which means late night egg-nog-and-sugar-cookie binges are out and nutrient-packed whole grain dishes are in. These bold, seasonal recipes will leave you feeling satisfied as well as virtuous.

Pan-Seared Cod with Beet Vinaigrette and Pumpkin-Quinoa Risotto Creamy risotto flecked with red and white quinoa and diced pumpkin makes a vibrant bed for crisp and flaky cod.

Farro and Black Rice with Roasted Squash This hearty dish from Thomas Keller features fiber-rich farro, nutty black rice, and sweet roasted squash drizzled with a sharp mustard vinaigrette.

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Recipe Roundup: Post-Holiday Season Detox

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If you're hopping on the low-calorie bandwagon after the gluttony of the holidays, you don't need to leave behind full-flavored dishes. Here, four healthy recipes that pack in big taste.

Burnt Carrots with Goat Cheese, Parsley, Arugula, and Crispy Garlic Chips When caramelized in a hefty cast-iron skillet, carrots take on an intense, satisfying sweetness. Kale Chips Can't shake your craving for something salty and greasy? These crispy and spicy kale chips will help you scratch that itch. Shaved Brussels Sprout Salad Even the most staunch Brussels-sprouts

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Recipe: White Bean and Sausage Stew

White Bean and Sausage Stew

Recently prepared at the Beard House by Georgia-based chef Michael Bologna

, this stick-to-your ribs stew will keep you toasty during this spell of gripping cold weather. And since it's packed with loads of nutrient-dense kale, it's also New-Year's-resolution loyal. Get the recipe here.

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Recipe Roundup: Holiday Hors d'Ouevre

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Nothing says it's the holiday season like a silver tray laden with decadent, bite-sized nibbles. In the spirit of James Beard, whose first cookbook was entitled Hors d'Ouevre and Canapés, here's a selection of some of our favorite little party-starters. Foie Gras Cuban Sandwiches [JBF] A touch of jalapeño pesto and spiced bananas add zip to this indulgent cousin of the Cubano. Oyster Mushroom Cappuccino with White Truffle Oil [JBF] This creamy, earthy soup looks extra-fancy when served in demitasse cups.

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Recipe Roundup: Holiday Dinner Menu

Chilled Oysters with Cucumber Water

This Christmas, forget the goose and sticky pudding and serve this decadent, nontraditional menu instead. This meal would also be perfect for an intimate New Year's Eve dinner party. Chilled Oysters with Cucumber Water Sweet and briny oysters on the half shell are paired with a spicy cucumber–ginger mignonette. Fennel and Arugula Salad This light, lemony salad can be taken to the next level with a pinch of fennel pollen and a little smoked sea salt. Lobster Stew An indulgent, yet homey, main course from Canal House's Melissa Hamilton and Christopher Hirsheimer.

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Recipe Roundup: Holiday Cookies

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There are many reasons to appreciate holiday cookies: they satisfy even the most overbearing of in-laws; they’re sweet sustenance for shivering carolers; and they bring us all together via a shared love for creamed sugar and butter. While every family has their own cookie traditions, we hope to add to the season’s sprit with a few of our own festive recipes.

Let’s Sugar Cookies
Throughout his childhood, James Beard enjoyed these simple, elegant sugar cookies made by Jue Let, the Beard family’s personal chef. But don’t be fooled by their innocent looks: the cookies contain mace, the outer membrane of nutmeg that packs a more pungent flavor.

Lavender Short

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Recipe: Turkey Chili

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Now that we've recovered from last month's turkey overdose, it's time to reembrace this lean bird in an otherwise overindulgent holiday season. Here, JBF staff member Nancy Kull uses ground turkey, red kidney beans, and a slew of spices to make a lighter but still plenty satisfying chili. Get the recipe here.

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Recipe: Double Chocolate Pudding with Sea Salt and Olive Oil

Double Chocolate Pudding with Sea Salt and Olive Oil

To make this sinfully rich chocolate pudding as good as it can be, use a high-quality brand of cocoa powder, like Valhrona, a 66-percent semisweet chocolate, and an intensely flavored extra virgin olive oil. Get the recipe here.

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Recipe Roundup: December 9

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The blogosphere’s sprawling universe of recipes is inspiring, diverse, and—let’s face it—a bit daunting. Our recipe roundup does all the heavy sifting to single out recent, mouthwatering recipes from our favorite blogs. All you have to do is click and cook!

Slow-Roasted Pork Shoulder with Stuffed Squash [Leite's Culinaria]
Yes, please. Be sure to choose a properly fatty cut of pork for this crowd-wowing dish from cookbook author Diana Henry.

Monastery of Angels Pumpkin Bread [The Wednesday Chef]
This moist, holiday-spiced quick bread sold by

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Recipe: Spiced Molasses Whoopie Pies

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While the whoopie pie lost out to wild blueberry pie in the fight for the title of Maine's official state dessert (as consolation the frosting-filled cake sandwich was designated as the official state treat), this baked good continues to attract plenty of fierce fans. These spicy, gingerbread-like whoopie pies from our senior editor, Anna Mowry, are perfect for the holidays, and are delicious when slathered with a buttery frosting. Get the recipe here.

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