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NYT Cooking: The simple, summery dinner is a reminder that in-season produce and fresh seafood shine brightest with little fussing. Seared scallops are paired with cherry tomatoes that are cooked in white wine and butter until they’re falling apart, and the whole thing is finished with a sprinkle of fresh herbs and lemon zest. Equal parts casual and elegant, this dish is best served straight from the skille...
NYT Cooking: Picture sour cream and onion dip slathered on chicken cutlets, dredged in panko bread crumbs, and fried until crisp like a potato chip, and you’ll envision this recipe. The marinade doesn’t just deliver flavor here: The lactic acid in the sour cream also keeps the thin chicken breasts juicy. Shower the crispy chicken with fresh chives and lemon juice, or, if you crave something creamy for dunki...
Autumn Harvest Stuffed Peppers | Easy Stuffed Peppers Recipe
Make these incredible Autumn Harvest Stuffed Peppers for a fall-inspired meal the whole family will love! Featuring peppers stuffed with an incredible pork and pumpkin mixture, this easy recipe is a wonderful way to enjoy a fall evening. Autumn Harvest Stuffed Peppers RecipeIngredients you will n
NYT Cooking: If you have ever eaten a Caprese salad and wished that you could linger with it longer, that there were more tomatoes to spear with your fork, or more milky slices of cheese on the plate, then this is the dish for you. Best at the height of tomato season, it embellishes on the classic Caprese, taking its five simple elements — mozzarella, tomatoes, basil, salt and olive oil — and adding roasted...
NYT Cooking: This salad is both dead simple to make and highly luscious. It gets a velvety richness from the avocados. The salad is enlivened by a splash of red wine vinegar in the dressing and a handful of briny capers sprinkled on top. The herbs here are used in two ways, both chopped into a garlicky salsa verde-like dressing, and strewn in whole leaves across the plate. Choose your avocados carefully for...