Imam bayildi may be less famous than the French version – ratatouille – but it still magically transmutes eggplant, tomatoes and garlic into gold.
Escargot with garlic butter and herbs is a classic French preparation. The snails can be served in their shells or in snail dishes, topped with puff pastry.
Hold the mouth-searing heat, but keep the flavor with these marinated chicken wings. Plum, hoisin, and soy sauce provide sweet and spicy Asian flavors.
Noodles never had it so good as this simple, healthful melding of lightly dressed raw ingredients with sprightly citrus and soy overtones.
Roasted buttercup squash adds to the richness of this Italian gnocchi recipe. Black trumpet mushrooms provide a dramatic contrast to the colorful squash.
The classic French onion soup recipe gets a lift from apples, crispy bacon and a liberal sprinkling of Cheddar cheese. A great lunch soup for the family.
Cooking pork shoulder, liver, and duck fat with spices, splashes of cognac and wine makes a simple, hearty French country pate. Perfect for entertaining.
Ninety seconds flat brings you this lovely looking bowl of herb-marinated olives. Just toss and serve. Bada bing.
For this Jewish recipe, strips of chicken skin and chopped onion are sauteed in a skillet until the skin is crispy and the onion is dark and meltingly sweet.
The retro combination of chicken, curry, walnuts, and cream cheese in these little bites is impossible to fight. They go down fast, easy, and delicious.
A simple recipe for a delicious cream cheese spread filled with dried figs, smoked salmon, and walnuts. It’s spooned into endive boats for a killer nibble.
Straight from Umberto’s Clam House in NYC, this recipe for clams topped with bread crumbs seasoned with parsley and cheese then baked is the real deal.
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