Recipe Roundup: Comfort Food Favorites

 

After the excitement and bustle of the holiday season, January might feel like it can drag on forever—but that doesn't mean your recipes need to follow suit. This week, set aside your Redzepi-inspired creations and that 30-step recipe for Pierre Hermé macarons and make one of these simple, satisfying dishes instead.

 

Roast Chicken with Basil, Scallions, Lemon Butter, and Potatoes
It doesn't get much better than a butter-rubbed roast chicken with crisp potatoes. This easy recipe from Mindy Fox's lovely A Bird in the Oven, and Then Some is one you'll return to again and again.

 

Farmer's Mac and Cheese
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What We're Reading: August 3, 2015

 

How brisket became king of the barbecue world. [FWF

 

Cookies and cream canvas: Oreos become the medium for edible works of art. [Mental Floss

 

Americans may finally be changing their eating habits, as new data suggests caloric consumption has decreased for the first time in decades. [NYT

 

Experts anticipate that the World Health Organization will announce a link between red meat and cancer this fall. [... Read more >

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Passover Seder

 

Make sure the second night of Passover truly is different than all other nights by preparing a feast that combines traditional, Bubbe-approved favorites like wine-braised brisket with outside-the-macaroon-box dishes like halvah pots de crème. 

 

Fennel and Arugula Salad 

Add a pinch of fennel pollen and smoked sea salt to bring fennel to the next level in this simple salad. 

 

Wine-Braised Friday-Night Brisket 

A mixture of port, dry red wine, and a head of garlic makes an aromatic braising liquid for this special-occasion brisket. 

 

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Rosh Hashanah Menu

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Make your mother proud by celebrating the new year with a traditional menu of tried-and-true holiday favorites.

Wine-Braised Brisket
A mixture of port, dry red wine, and a head of garlic makes an aromatic braising liquid for this special-occasion brisket.

Lokshen Kugel
The secret to this just-sweet-enough noodle side dish is to use a chunky, homemade applesauce.

Beet and Pomegranate Salad
Israeli chef Erez Komarovski makes this salad with raw beets, but you could easily substitute roasted beets for a more intense flavor with less crunch.

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