Recipe Roundup: October 9, 2012

 

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! Here’s what we’ve been eyeing this week.

 

Cherry Tomatoes, Greyling Gin, and Sea Salt Bar Snack [The Kitchn]

This barely counts as a recipe: simply buy a bottle of handmade gin, dip the last of the season's cherry tomatoes in it, and roll the tomatoes in salt. But sometimes the best recipes are the simplest ones.

 

Swordfish with Sweet and Hot Peppers [NYT]

Melissa Clark tames the heat of fresh chili peppers with a sauté of... Read more >

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Recipes from the Best of the Best: Lidia's Bastianich's Swiss Chard and Potatoes

Swiss Chard and Potatoes

In this hearty side dish from Lidia Bastianich, who won our Outstanding Chef Award in 2002, sturdy baking potatoes and Swiss chard are boiled until tender, then sautéed with a quarter of a head of garlic and some good olive oil. It's delicious as an accessory to short ribs or other rich braises. Get the recipe here. -- In spring of 2012, JBF will publish The James Beard Foundation’s Best of the Best: A 25th Anniversary Celebration of America’s Outstanding Chefs. This must-have cookbook will feature a delicious, signature recipe from

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Market Haul: August 15

market haul

Today’s market haul includes sweet-as-candy Sungold tomatoes, beautiful Nicola potatoes, Swiss chard, and green peppers, that scourge of CSA boxes everywhere. (Beg to differ? Tell us why. Michael Ruhlman is with me on this one.)

The Haul: Nicola potatoes, Sungold cherry tomatoes, long green peppers, green bell peppers, Swiss chard, parsley, Asian eggplant, lettuce, nectarines, yellow peaches, donut peaches, and white peaches

The Menu Ideas:
Babbo’s Pasta with Sungold Tomatoes [NYM]
A summertime staple in our house, this oh-so-simple pasta is even more delicious with cubes of fresh mozzarella thrown in.

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