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Thumb_8555_Pan-Roasted Pork Tenderloin

Thumb_8555_Pan-Roasted Pork Tenderloin

A quick pan-roasting gives pork tenderloin a sweet, brown crust on the outside, while finishing the roast in the oven lets it cook through without drying out.  Did you know evidence suggests that pigs have been domesticated for 7000 years? Simple preparation is still a winner.

Thumb_8493_White Bean And Green Pea Soup With Mint

Thumb_8493_White Bean And Green Pea Soup With Mint

Minted fresh-frozen green peas enliven the white beans you found in the back of your pantry in this quick and wholesome weeknight meal. The bright herbal notes in the mint match well with the preserved springtime freshness of garden peas and the earthy richness of white beans.

Thumb_5777_Fava Beans With Yogurt And Basil

Thumb_5777_Fava Beans With Yogurt And Basil

Use this fragrant mixture of beans, tomatoes, and yogurt as a side dish, a spread, a dip, on a sandwich - anywhere. Prepare quickly before guests arrive and fill the house with mouthwatering smells. 

Thumb_10696_Creamed Corn

Thumb_10696_Creamed Corn

Creamed corn is a classic side - sweet and creamy in one, kid-friendly vegetable side.  If you like a bit more spice, try mixing in some chili powder or cayenne pepper to taste.

Thumb_8538_Sambal-Roasted Turkey Breast

Thumb_8538_Sambal-Roasted Turkey Breast

The clean heat of sambal oelek highlights the flavor of the turkey without overpowering the meat. 

Thumb_10049_Spicy Baked Eggs With Tofu And Cabbage

Thumb_10049_Spicy Baked Eggs With Tofu And Cabbage

This is a hearty vegetarian egg bake that combines a basic Italian-inspired tomato sauce with more typically Asian combination of tofu and cabbage. The resulting dish is complex, interesting and fulfilling. If you don't have an oven-safe skillet, just pour the tofu, cabbage and sauce into a baking dish before cracking in the eggs.

Thumb_17661_Savory Sauteed Cinnamon Apples

Thumb_17661_Savory Sauteed Cinnamon Apples

This fragrant fall dish is almost dessert-like, but perfect as a side dish to sausage and sauerkraut, or as leftovers with veal. This recipe is part of Andrew Schloss's Sunday Dinners.

Thumb_15644_Butter Beans

Thumb_15644_Butter Beans

Simmered with onion, thyme and sage leaves, these butter beans are smooth and creamy and make a perfect side dish for a Southern meal. Read more about this recipe at Cook & Eat.

Thumb_8652_Sauteed Escarole With Pine Nuts And Chiles

Thumb_8652_Sauteed Escarole With Pine Nuts And Chiles

Experiment with different cooking times if you like -- shorter for a brighter, fresh flavor and longer for a deeper, more complex flavor. Serve alongside grilled pork or lamb, or tossed with pasta and parmesan cheese.

Thumb_18301_Roast Turkey With Apple Cider Gravy

Thumb_18301_Roast Turkey With Apple Cider Gravy

Traditional roast turkey is delicious. Hold onto some dark meat for mole poblano, a cup of gravy to make braised scallops, and some stuffing for baked trout. This recipe is part of Andrew Schloss's Sunday Dinners.

Thumb_17804_Mushroom-Leek Noodle Kugel

Thumb_17804_Mushroom-Leek Noodle Kugel

There’s none of the traditional sweet or spice in this kugel, but the sautéed mushrooms and tender leeks meld with the noodles into a delicate side dish. The consistency of this kugel is a bit looser than usual, because it has no binder of egg or dairy products. Read more about this recipe at the Washington Post.

Thumb_18222_Italian Ricotta Cheesecake

Thumb_18222_Italian Ricotta Cheesecake

Fresh ricotta cheese makes a huge difference in a cheesecake's taste and texture. Find an Italian deli that makes its own ricotta. Read more about this recipe in George Geary's The Cheesecake Bible.


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