Recipe Roundup: May 15, 2013

Pan-Seared Scallops with Spring Pea and Grana Padano Purée

 

After a long winter here on the East coast, it finally feels safe to put away the soup pot and the braising pan and start eyeing the spring produce that's begun to appear at our local farmers' markets. Here are some of the recipes we'll be making to celebrate the better-late-than-never arrival of spring:

 

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Pan-Seared Scallops with Spring Pea and Grana Padano Purée [JBF]

Impressive enough for a dinner party, but so easy it works as a weeknight standby, this simple scallop dish comes together in less than 20 minutes.

 

 

Ramp Pizza [Smitten Kitchen]

Deb Perelman's adaptation of Motorino's signature spring pizza is all about... Read more >

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Recipe: Roman Chicory Salad

Tim Bodell's Roman Chicory Salad, adapted by the James Beard Foundation

 

Puntarelle, fennel, citrus, anchovy vinaigrette. Save for the puntarelle (which is a type of chicory), it sounds like a conventional combination,  But this isn't just any salad: it's the recipe that chef Tim Bodell makes for legendary filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola when he dines at Rustic, Francis's Favorites, the on-site restaurant at Coppola's winery. Bodell even uses an authentic puntarelle cutter from Italy to prep the greens. 

 

Get the recipe here. 

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Roasted Beet and Pickled Rhubarb Salad with Gorgonzola

 

Chef Tim Ryan of New York's Morso serves this salad with gorgonzola fritters, but we think that adding some crumbled cheese is easier and just as good. You can pickle the rhubarb several days before you prepare the rest of the dish, while the accompanying spiced walnuts can be roasted a day ahead.

 

Get the recipe here.

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Recipe Roundup: November 18, 2011

mashed potaties

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! My All-Pie Thanksgiving Fantasy [SE] Turkey pie with a layer of cranberries. Sausage stuffing pie. Green bean casserole pie. This is Thanksgiving dinner like you've never seen it before. Warm Romanesco and Radicchio Salad with Caramelized Shallot Vinaigrette [SF Gate] A gorgeous Thanksgiving side or just your new favorite

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The Bookshelf: Shinin' Times at the Fort

Shinin' Times at the Fort

If you're ever in the Denver area and on the hunt for bona fide Western food, look no further than the Fort, a majestic, adobe-style restaurant run by proprietor Holly Arnold Kinney. Since its hand-carved wooden doors opened in 1963, the Fort's menu has channeled the early-19th-century frontier, with game meats, indigenous vegetables and grains, and Native American dishes always composing its regular offerings. It's no surprise that this landmark of regional American cuisine attracts foodies and American history buffs alike. Holly will join us at this Wednesday's Beard on Books (12:00 noon in the Beard House dining room) to speak about the Fort's vibrant history and the "New Foods of the Old West" that she proudly serves. And if you'

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July's Best Recipes

Crispy Lamb Ribs with Sherry–Honey Glaze and Minted Yogurt SauceDBGB's delicious lamb ribs

Heirloom Beet Salad with Blue Cheese, Cucumbers, and Cumin–Raisin Vinaigrette It's a good thing this recipe yields plenty of extra vinaigrette—you'll want add a splash of it to every other salad you make this summer. Grilled Cheese Sandwiches with Fig Ketchup Marc Forgione brings us this grown-up take on a childhood favorite.

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Lenox Salad Set Contest: And the Winner Is....

We're happy to announce that N. Reinheimer of Raleigh, North Carolina, is the lucky winner of the Lenox salad set! Thanks to everyone who played. You can see all of our readers' ideas for summer salads here.

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