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Cream of Asparagus Soup (Crème d'asperges)

This classic French soup is made with just six ingredients: butter, asparagus, onion, chicken stock, cream, and lemon juice.

Roasted Potatoes with Garlic, Lemon, and Oregano

For perfect Roasted Potatoes with Garlic, Lemon, and Oregano there is no need to peel them, but I suggest that you halve them, because they taste best when they can absorb more sauce.

Author: Aglaia Kremezi

Baked Salmon with Mustard Dill Sauce

An easy Baked Salmon with Mustard-Dill Sauce recipe

Author: Deb Sokol

Steamed Broccoli with Olive Oil, Garlic, and Lemon

Steamed Broccoli with Olive Oil, Garlic, and Lemon

Yaka Mein

Author: Cynthia LeJeune Nobles

Homemade Cheese Spread with Garlic and Herbs

Here's a DIY version of the flavored, spreadable Gournay cheese originally from France.

Author: Rhoda Boone

Roast New York Strip Loin With Garlic Herb Crust

New York strip loin, also called top loin of beef, is a succulent, elegant roast. If you want a lot of leftovers (they are great for sandwiches), use a seven-pound roast and multiply the seasonings by...

My Favorite Simple Roast Chicken

Editors' Note: We love Thomas Keller's roast chicken recipe so much that we asked him to share his favorite roast turkey recipe as well. Check out My Favorite Roast Turkey.

Author: Thomas Keller

Quinoa Tabbouleh

Author: Bon Appétit Test Kitchen

Carrot Soup with Ginger and Lemon

This beautiful and delicious carrot soup is served at The Kinloch Lodge Hotel.

Roasted Potatoes and Shallots

Author: Ruth Cousineau

Mussels with Garlic Butter

For Mussels, Garlic butter is a perfect partner for the shellfish in this easy starter. Pass a basket of soda bread to mop all the juices.

Classic Sole Meunière

Author: Molly Wizenberg

Haricots Verts (Thin French Green Beans) with Herb Butter

By mixing butter, shallots, fresh herbs, and lemon juice together right in the serving bowl, you get an instant dressing on contact with hot haricots verts that you toss in at the last minute. Nothing...

Author: Melissa Roberts

Slow Baked Salmon with Lemon and Thyme

Baking salmon in a low-temperature oven slowly melts the fat between the flesh and leaves the fillets incredibly moist and tender. Lemon and thyme, a classic Mediterranean combination, add another layer...

Author: Bon Appétit Test Kitchen

Corn Maque Choux

Author: Bruce Aidells

Red Lentil Dal

An easy Red Lentil Dal recipe. This traditional Indian dish is usually served with basmati rice or Indian bread.

Chop Suey

Make this Chop Suey recipe for a dinner that's endlessly customizable and easy to make with whatever you have on hand.

Pasta with Smoked Salmon and Capers

Another classic combination, this dish makes people think you went to a lot of trouble. Actually it's quite simple. Any shape of pasta works, but I prefer a small noodle such as shells or bowties. Despite...

Author: Mitchell Davis

Butter Roasted Turkey Breasts

Bone-in turkey breasts are easy to find, and as impressive as a whole bird when you roast them in butter and herbs.

Author: Alison Roman

Pork Chops with Mustard Sauce

An easy Pork Chops with Mustard Sauce recipe

Kasha Varnishkes at Wolff's in New Jersey

Packaged bow-tie noodles,large and small, quickly replaced the flat homemade egg noodles in the American version of kasha varnishkes. The trick to a good kasha varnishke is to toast the whole-grain buckwheat...

Author: Joan Nathan

Cuban Grilled Pork (Lechon Asado)

What sets Cuban-style pork apart is the use of mojo criollo, a highly seasoned marinade made up of tangy citrus juice, vast amounts of garlic, cumin, and oregano.

Author: Lourdes Castro

Piri Piri Chicken

Piri-piri chicken is a spicy dish with roots in both Africa and Portugal. The dish was created in Angola and Mozambique when Portuguese settlers arrived with chile peppers (known as piri-piri in Swahili)....

Author: Steven Raichlen

Asparagus Salad with Sweet Balsamic Vinegar

Asparagus Salad with Sweet Balsamic Vinegar - Boiling the vinegar concentrates and sweetens it, so the dressing doesn't require as much oil to balance the acid. Can be prepared in 45 minutes or less.

Mango, Berry & Banana Smoothie

Tasty, and healthy, too: Coconut water is high in potassium and other electrolytes. And Flaxseeds are a good source of beneficial omega-3s.

Author: Janet Taylor McCracken

Garlic Roasted Chicken Breasts

Thick chicken breasts can be hard to get just right; often you're left with a too-dry, too-bland dinner. But this high-heat roasting method results in crisp, crackly skin that gives way to moist flesh,...

Author: Ian Knauer

Salmon Tartare

Use the freshest wild or farmed salmon for this dish. Chilling it in the freezer for 20 minutes makes it easier to dice.

Author: Bon Appétit Test Kitchen

Moroccan Beef Stew

Author: Ann Gillespie

Fresh Country Pork Sausage with Pepper and Sage

Pork Sausage that is great for breakfast with eggs and grits.

Author: James Villas

Grilled Corn with Herb Butter

This well-seasoned butter will douse each ear of corn with flavor as it melts.

Author: Chris Morocco

Pasta with Tomatoes and Mozzarella

Toss the classic combination of ripe tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, and fragrant basil with pasta shells for a dinner that comes together in under 30 minutes.

Author: Sue Li

Cucumber, Tomato and Feta Salad

This classic refreshing salad pairs perfectly with grilled lamb .

Author: Bon Appétit Test Kitchen

The One and Only Truly Belgian Fries

There is no fancy skill involved in making these crispy fries, but there is a trick. The potatoes are fried twice. The first time cooks them through and makes them tender. The second time, which can be...

Author: Ruth Van Waerebeek

Alsace Onion Tart

For decades, the restaurant Lutèce-with chef André Soltner behind the stove-was the pinnacle of French cuisine in New York City. Soltner's Alsace onion tart, one of the best we've ever tasted, was the...

Citrus Marinated Chicken Thighs

Author: Alison Roman

Minty Pea Soup

Author: Melissa Hamilton

Sesame Balls

When we were children, we adored zeen doy(sesame balls). The dough is fried until golden brown so it is both crisp and chewy from the glutinous rice flour. It is eaten year-round, but especially for New...

Author: Grace Young