Recipe News: Pork and apples: sweet appeal

"This recipe for Apple Glazed Pork Chops pairs two classic fall ingredients. Available year-round, both are at their peak of flavor now: Apples are harvested from September to November, and pork is in peak supply between October and February."

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  • Apple glazed pork chops

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November 11, 2006

Recipe News: White Whole Wheat Pizza Dough

"I thought I was done messing around with pizza dough. It took me a long time to settle on a recipe I love, and I've remained faithful to Peter Reinhart's Napoletana Pizza Dough from The Bread Baker's Apprentice for years now. It yields a beautiful crust that bridges the perfect thin-crust balance of structure, flavor, texture, and crunch."

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  • White Whole Wheat Pizza Dough

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Recipe News: Roasted Garlic Chicken Recipe

"The trick to this tender, succulent roast chicken is the overnight brining. We usually roast chickens breast side down to ensure tender breast meat. But with the overnight brining in a roasted garlic and lemon juice marinade, the breast meat was perfectly moist, even cooked breast up. The garlic flavor is subtle, not strong or overwhelming, due to roasting the garlic first."

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  • Roasted Garlic Chicken Recipe

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November 9, 2006

Recipe News: Modify recipes and food preparation to promote health

"The link between diet and health is important. Food alone cannot make you healthy. Good eating habits, based on variety and moderation, can help keep you healthy and even improve your health. Good eating habits include knowing how to prepare and select foods that fit into the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, which suggest that we eat less fat, sugar and salt and more complex carbohydrates, fruits, vegetables and fiber.
One way to help meet these recommendations is to modify our recipes and methods of food preparation. This is relatively easy because many recipes are higher in fat, sugar and salt than is needed for good flavor and quality.
To cut calories, identify which ingredients contribute the most calories. To cut fat, sugar or sodium, or to increase fiber, identify the ingredients that contain these components.
Fat is the most concentrated source of calories. Each gram of fat supplies nine calories, compared to four calories for each gram of protein or carbohydrate and seven calories for each gram of alcohol. Reducing the amount of fat in a recipe is the most effective way to cut calories.
Ingredients can be eliminated completely, reduced in amount, or replaced with a more nutritionally acceptable ingredient.
Not all recipes need modification."

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Recipe News: Try these recipes from Paula Deen's kitchen

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  • BUBBA'S CHARGRILLED OYSTERS

  • SWEET POTATO DOUGHNUTS

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Recipe News: Two-hour turkey

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  • Two-hour turkey

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Recipe News: Herb-crusted beef tenderloin

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  • Herb-crusted beef tenderloin

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November 6, 2006

Recipe News: Recipes for salmon burgers offer rainbow of flavors for your plate

"Everyone has their own vision of the perfect grilled meal. I love ribs and chicken and even burgers, but every now and then I just gotta have fish. Especially fresh salmon.

I serve it grilled, broiled, poached and pan fried. But the highlight of my salmon fiesta is always my salmon burgers. Everyone loves them, and since I start with fresh salmon (as opposed to the canned stuff), the meals are light, healthy as well as incredibly and amazingly delicious.

A really great salmon burger should be tender and moist with a crispy crust. You can experiment with your own combinations of spicing because salmon readily adapts to a variety of different herb and spice combinations. Minced parsley, chives, garlic, onions, shallots, green onions, fresh ginger, basil, oregano and minced jalapeno peppers are all particularly good. Homemade and prepared sauces like Worcestershire, soy and Tabasco add a tangy spiciness and moisture to the mix.

Never, ever, taste the raw mixture. Bad things can happen. To check a raw mixture for seasoning, cook a teaspoon or so of the seasoned mixture in an oiled pan and then taste. This technique can also be used to taste test ground meats."

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  • Fresh Salmon Burgers

  • Herbed Salmon Burgers

  • Honey Glazed Salmon Burgers

  • Fresh Salmon Burgers with Wasabi Mayonnaise

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Recipe News: Flex your mussels with Thai recipe

"If you have a craving for seafood, and you want it cooked quickly, flex your retail buying power and purchase some fresh mussels. They are widely available, can be readied in minutes and this plump, budget-friendly mollusk won't bruise your bank account. Before you put them in the pot, though, there are some things to consider.
It's best to buy fresh mussels the day you need them. However, if very fresh, they could be stored for a day in the coldest part of your fridge.
You'll find fresh mussels sold in three ways. Some stores have live tanks, where they'll scoop out the mussels and package them the moment the customer orders them; other places will keep the mussels on ice in a presentation case; and stores lacking these pieces of equipment will simply pre-pack them in foam containers.
No matter where you buy them, you should choose mussels with tightly shut shells or that have shells that tightly shut when tapped, the latter of which is hard to do if the mussels are prepackaged. If the mussels don't close their shells they are dead and should not be eaten."

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  • Green Thai Curry Mussels

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November 4, 2006

Recipe News: Soup, chili recipes will warm spirits

This time of year I always find myself searching for soup recipes here are a couple to try.

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  • Asparagus Soup

  • White Bean Chili

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