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Print Photography Credit: Sally Vargas When you’re bored of your standby quick-and-easy dinners and are looking for something new to shake up your pasta routine, try this lemony spaghetti dish. Creamy ricotta, lemon zest, toasted breadcrumbs and fresh peas will raise the bar on dinner! Spring onions are simply onions that are pulled in the spring …

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This recipe makes two 1-pound balls of pizza dough, which is enough for two large pizzas or four “personal sized” 10-inch pizzas. Instant or rapid-rise yeast is actually a different strain of yeast from the usual granulated yeast. It is designed to be mixed directly into the flour. If you can’t find it, use the …

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1 Prepare and heat the oven: If you have one, place a pizza stone on a lower rack in your oven. Preheat the oven to 550F or as hot as it will go. 2 Pre-shape the pizza rounds and let them rest: Turn out the dough onto a generously floured counter  and cut it into 4 pieces. …

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1 Make the meatball mixture: Shred the bread or roll with your fingers into 1/2-inch pieces. In a bowl, combine the bread or roll, milk, egg, Parmesan, turkey, salt, pepper, and parsley. With a clean hand, work the mixture until it is well blended. 2 Shape meatballs: With wet hands, shape 2 teaspoons of the …

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Print Photography Credit: Sheryl Julian Drop an egg into a skillet with butter and you get, well, a fried egg. But slip that same egg into a buttered ramekin and let it cook gently in the oven, and you get something entirely different: a soft, spoonable custard that’s so much fun to eat. Add some …

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Print Photography Credit: Coco Morante This is a fast-as-it-gets weeknight dinner, perfect for those midweek nights when you’re ready to cave and order a pizza instead of cooking. Put the phone down, open the pantry, and you’ll have these cheesy bruschetta-topped chicken cutlets ready in about fifteen minutes! Bruschetta chicken cutlets are just what they …

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Print Photography Credit: Lisa Lin The first time I ever ate raw fish was when I was about ten or eleven years old. I was at a Japanese buffet, and my mother told me to eat only the expensive foods so we would get our money’s worth, which meant seafood and sashimi. Of course, I didn’t …

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Print Photography Credit: Sheryl Julian Drop an egg into a skillet with butter and you get, well, a fried egg. But slip that same egg into a buttered ramekin and let it cook gently in the oven, and you get something entirely different: a soft, spoonable custard that’s so much fun to eat. Add some …

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1 Cook the rhubarb: Place a medium-sized, heat-proof bowl on the counter next to the stove. In a wide, deep skillet over medium heat, stir together the sugar, orange zest and orange juice. Stir constantly until the mixture liquefies and begins to boil. (It’s fine if not all the sugar is dissolved at this point.) …

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1 Cut asparagus tips and reserve, cut the rest of asparagus into 1/4-inch rounds: Cut tips from the asparagus 1 1/2 inches from top and reserve. Chop the rest of the asparagus stalks into 1/4-inch rounds. 2 Sauté onions, garlic: Melt the butter in a 4 to 5 quart pot on medium heat. Add the onions and …

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