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Thumb_13649_Lobster Cobb Salad

Thumb_13649_Lobster Cobb Salad

The original cobb salad was invented in 1937 at Hollywood’s famous celebrity hangout, the Brown Derby. The salad was made with chicken, but Laurent Tourondel likes to use lobster instead. Read more about this recipe at the Washington Post.

Thumb_10479_Iceberg Wedges With Garlic Croutons And Green Goddess Dressing

Thumb_10479_Iceberg Wedges With Garlic Croutons And Green Goddess Dressing

For this classic salad set-up -- iceberg wedges with creamy dressing -- we used a variant of the original Green Goddess dressing, which was created in San Francisco in the early 1920s. The version most people know today is Annie's Natural's vegetarian version, which gets its nutty flavor from tahini.

Thumb_17857_Summer Rolls

Thumb_17857_Summer Rolls

These fresh-tasting rolls can be cut in half and served with a nuoc cham dipping sauce; or cut them crosswise into 1-inch pieces for a playful take on sushi. They can be made up to 2 hours ahead. Read more about this recipe in the Washington Post.

Thumb_12406_Peanut Pork And Vermicelli Summer Wraps

Thumb_12406_Peanut Pork And Vermicelli Summer Wraps

Inspired by a recipe in the June 2006 issue of Gourmet Magazine, this dish can be made without the peanut butter. The pork can also be served over rice. Be sure to chop everything before you turn on the stovetop. Read more about this recipe at hogwash.

Thumb_8282_Beef Tenderloin, Mixed Lettuce And Green Bean Salad

Thumb_8282_Beef Tenderloin, Mixed Lettuce And Green Bean Salad

Doesn't this recipe sound good? It is. If you'd like some ideas about what to eat with it, click on the "goes with..." tab to the left. For the lowdown on ingredients, techniques and tools, click on "related tips."

Thumb_15245_Warm Endive Salad

Thumb_15245_Warm Endive Salad

The hot dressing slightly wilts the greens and makes a wonderful light side for soups and sandwiches. If you have leftovers of this warm endive salad, you can use it in these sautéed chicken breasts with radicchio and yogurt sauce. This recipe is part of Andrew Schloss's Sunday Dinners.

Thumb_19687_Romaine And Escarole Salad With Hot Bacon Dressing

Thumb_19687_Romaine And Escarole Salad With Hot Bacon Dressing

Use leftover bacon dressing to make coquilles Saint-Jacques aux noix. This recipe is part of Andrew Schloss's Sunday Dinners.

Thumb_15176_Sauteed Chicken Breasts With Radicchio And Yogurt Sauce

Thumb_15176_Sauteed Chicken Breasts With Radicchio And Yogurt Sauce

This is simply chicken with a kefir-dressed warm endive salad poured over it. This recipe is part of Andrew Schloss's Sunday Dinners.

Thumb_13022_Seared Beef Salad With Watercress And Grapefruit

Thumb_13022_Seared Beef Salad With Watercress And Grapefruit

The Japanese cooking method called tataki, which means "slapped," tenderizes thin slices of seared beef. Instead of shocking the meat with ice water to stop further cooking, you'll sprinkle it with rice vinegar before pounding it flat. Read more about this recipe at Washington Post.

Thumb_15685_Beef, Escarole And Mint Salad

Thumb_15685_Beef, Escarole And Mint Salad

Fresh mint is such a vital, bright flavor - thinly slicing the mint leaves will tossing them well with the other ingredients will distribute them throughout the salad, brightening the whole dish. 

Thumb_8603_White Bean And Escarole Soup

Thumb_8603_White Bean And Escarole Soup

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Thumb_6318_Baked Tortellini With Radicchio And Parmesan

Thumb_6318_Baked Tortellini With Radicchio And Parmesan

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