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This gently cooked cabbage, seasoned with a sauce of reduced Meyer lemon juice, butter, dill, and capers, serves as a bed for flaky filets of cod or any other fish, such as orange roughy or salmon. But its also perfectly good all by itself. Read More
You'll want to use romaines dark-green outer leaves, so choose whole heads rather than packaged romaine hearts. Read More
The extra virgin olive oil in this pasta dish is the mainstay of the Mediterranean diet, which is associated with a low risk of heart disease. Read More
What better way to begin a Thanksgiving meal than with this glorious ruby-red salad? The chevre (soft goat cheese) wonderfully complements the earthy beets. But vegans (and those wishing to reduce their fat intake) can omit it. Read More
Also known as "wheat meat," seitan can be found refrigerated at most natural-food or specialty Asian stores (look for it next to tofu). Buy plain seitan, sliced or in a block. The best news is that it's already cooked, so it takes only a short time to prepare. Use the same wine for the sauce that you'll be serving with dinner; a nice pinot noir would go great with this menu. Read More
Acorn, butternut, buttercup, or sweet dumpling squashes would all work well in this simple recipe. If you have a farmers market nearby, ask the vendors to recommend their favorite local variety. Maple syrup provides a natural way to enhance the earthy sweetness that already exists in squash, and the walnuts and cranberries add a little texture and tang. Read More