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Mushroom Agrodolce Chicken Thighs

Braising boneless chicken thighs in just enough liquid gives you tender meat and the perfect amount of sauce. Serve with potatoes or buttered noodles.

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Turmeric & Orange Sauced Chicken Thighs

For a completely different flavor using essentially the same method, cook chicken thighs with onions, spices, white wine, orange juice and raisins. Serve with couscous or rice.

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Smoky Skillet Shrimp

This recipe is the love child of Shrimp Scampi and a Spanish-style shrimp tapas. Fast, delicious and saucy, these shrimp are best served with crusty bread.

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Zesty Whipped Feta Dip

Roasted garlic and fresh lemon add nutty depth and bright flavor to this addictive Zesty Whipped Feta Dip. Look for roasted garlic where you buy olives and antipasti, or trim the top of two heads of fresh garlic, drizzle with olive oil, wrap in foil and bake for 40 minutes,…

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Shake Shack’s Frozen Vanilla Custard

This is Shake Shack’s master recipe for their Concretes (dense frozen custards) and milkshakes. It’s tweaked so you can make it at home. A plain base like this is a perfect canvas for an array of toppings. (Or streak them into the pan before you freeze). We love the combination…

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Ginger & Turmeric Energy Balls

These energy balls are so easy to make and so much more flavorful than what you can buy. A great and healthful afternoon pick-me-up!…

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20 One-Pot Meals For A Quick & Easy Clean-Up

Weeknight dinners just got a whole lot easier!

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Chef Victor Barry’s Kitchen Dreams Come True with KitchenAid

Presented by   Chef Victor Barry of Piano Piano prepares a signature dish using the KitchenAid 30-Inch 4-Element Induction Cooktop, Architect Series II at his home in Toronto. It should come as no surprise that chef Victor Barry of Piano Piano loves to match his…

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Caramelized Banana Custard With White Chocolate & Hazelnut Crumb

Toronto’s newest tasting menu restaurant, ēst, showcases the diversity of Canadian cuisine through small, artfully-plated fare. The buzz-worthy joint — located in Toronto’s Riverside neighborhood — has a minimalist, Scandi-style interior filled with Caesarstone quartz, providing the perfect backdrop for the roster of Instagram-worthy dishes. Chef Sean…

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3 Vibrant Middle Eastern Dishes From Cookbook, Honey & Co. At Home

In their third cookbook, chefs Itamar Srulovich and Sarit Packer of the beloved U.K. Honey & Co. restaurants inspire with fresh and flavorful Middle Eastern recipes that are close to their hearts. Recipes run the gamut from the homey to the spectacular (check out their Pickled Peach…

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Ask A Chef: Parmigiano Soup With Shallots, Bacon And Breadcrumbs

Chef Ryan Hotchkiss of Bündok shares his recipe for Parmigiano Soup With Shallots, Bacon And Breadcrumbs. Q: I ate the most amazing Parmesan soup at Bündok when I was in Edmonton. It was like an elevated spaghetti carbonara but without all the distraction of pasta. What makes it so…

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Tagine Of La Kama Chicken With Apricots and Spinach

If you don’t have a tagine, the best alternative is a wide and shallow Dutch oven or sauté pan with a tight-fitting lid. And if you’re using an alternate pan, that pan can be used for the earlier frying steps. In his spice mix, Doug Penfold uses cubeb, or comet’s…

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Roasted Beet Salad With Preserved Lemon and Cinnamon

This beet salad makes use of an ingredient that most people throw out — the inside pulp of a preserved lemon. Puréed in a mini food processor, it contains a lot of flavor that you can add to a marinade or dressing. Taste the pulp as you…

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Carrot And Radish Salad

This simple Moroccan salad uses unpeeled carrots for the best flavor. Watch your timing carefully when you steam the carrots, as the tips will cook through before the thicker, stem ends. Look for orange blossom water in the Middle Eastern section of larger grocery stores.

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Marrakech-Style Green Olives

Picholine or Lucques olives originate in France but are commonly used in Morocco to make olive oil. They are excellent cocktail olives but can be hard to find here. Any large green pitted olive can be substituted in this recipe.