Recipe: Bay Scallop Ceviche with Watermelon and Black Sesame

Bay Scallop Ceviche with Watermelon and Black Sesame Tied together with a lemongrass, ginger, and Sriracha vinaigrette, this zesty scallop ceviche will entice any fan of Asian flavor. We also think it’s completely gorgeous, especially the sesame-seed finish. Make it the centerpiece of your next dinner party spread. Want more scallop ceviche? Check out another recipe here.

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Recipe: Chilled Tomato Soup

Chilled Heirloom Tomato SoupThis crisp and bright tomato soup from Benoit’s Pierre Schaedelin was a huge hit at Chefs & Champagne—and it will be a huge hit at home once you see how easy it is to make. We recommend using heirloom tomatoes: the soup’s heat-free preparation will preserve the knockout flavor of those bulbous beauties.

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Recipe: Sautéed Sweet Corn and Red Peppers

Sautéed Sweet Corn and Red PeppersThis sweet-but-healthy sauté from former Top Chef contestant Andrea Beaman is about as easy as it gets. Happy Monday!

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Wine Wisdom: Q & A with Bernard Sun

Bernard Sun oversees the wine program at Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s restaurants, including Jean Georges, which won the 2010 James Beard Award for Outstanding Wine Service. Here he tells us about his preferred summer wine and notable green producers.

 

Q: What are your favorite wines to drink in the summer?

 

A: That’s easy: a Rosé from either Provence or Tavel. I look to Provence for something light and with minerality, Tavel for something flavorful and rich. As a matter of fact, we are serving a 2009 Château de Manissy Tavel Rosé at Matsugen right now, and it’s delicious.

 

Q: What are some under-the-radar wine regions that you think consumers should get to know better?

 

A: The world is pretty small now. There are not too many places left that are truly “under the radar,” although I did recently taste some fairly impressive wines from Canada’s Okanagan region in British Columbia.

 

Q: You recently appeared on Martha Stewart Radio to talk about green wines. Are there any particular green-wine producers that you recommend?

 

A: At our newly opened ABC Kitchen, where the theme is green a... Read more >

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On the Menu: August 15 through August 21

Guests enjoy dinner in the Beard House dining room. Here’s what’s happening at the Beard House and around the country next week: Monday, August 16, 7:00 P.M. American Artisan Dinner At their beloved cheese shop and bistro in Providence, Matt and Kate Jennings serve diligently sourced, honest, handmade food inspired by the seasons and their New England setting. The talented chefs conceived this exquisite dinner as an ode to American artisanal dairy products, which will be featured in each course. Tuesday, August 17, 7:00 P.M. Italian Gem Though some New Yorkers have a policy against eating anywhere north of 23rd Street, the Upper East Side’s Spigolo, which received two stars from Times critic Frank Bruni, has convinced many a downtowner

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On the Menu: American Artisan Dinner

Kate and Matt Jennings Thanks to dairy pioneers like the Kehler brothers and Angela Miller, American cheesemaking has come a long way from the age of processed “cheese product.” Chefs also play an important role in helping these artisanal offerings reach our plates. One of them is Master Cheesemonger Matt Jennings: after apprenticing with cheesemakers all over Europe, he now spreads the good cheese gospel at Farmstead & La Laiterie, a restaurant and cheese shop in Providence. (He will also judge cheese at the Good Food Awards

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Eye Candy: Southern Sliders

Rabbit, Foie Gras, and Wild Mushroom Sliders with Pickled Shallots, Whole Grain Creole Mustard, and Potato Gaufrettes At his recent Beard House dinner, Scott Varnedoe prepared updated Southern food with classic details, like these rabbit, foie gras, and wild mushroom sliders with pickled shallots, whole grain Creole mustard, and potato gaufrettes. See more photos from the dinner here.

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