A super simple recipe for sake and miso mussels with ginger, garlic, and wilted greens.
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Salad is my jam and I try to eat at least one salad a day. Though I’ve shared a fair share of salads with you, I’ve somehow completely overlooked this Tuna, White Bean, and Arugula Salad, until now.
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Piri piri is a hot marinade of roasted chiles, paprika, parsley, and vinegar — it is amazing with almost anything but my favorite is this Piri Piri Shrimp.
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For this month’s Last Fridays happy hour pairing, Lillian created this recipe for a White Anchovy Toast with Pickled Fennel and Apples.
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Inspired by my trip to Cape Cod, I’ve combined all my favorite chowdered flavors into this Corn Chowdered Clams dish.
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My recipe for a twist on classic Lobster Rolls with cucumbers and chives.
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This month’s Pretty. Easy. is a twist on shrimp cocktail with avocado, cucumber, cilantro, and Sriracha sauce.
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This Peruvian Shrimp Salad with Cilantro-Roasted Pepper Dressing is a simple summer salad made with shrimp, purple potatoes, and tomatoes.
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My favorite salad recipe to welcome spring — roasted salmon, asparagus, fingerling potatoes, and watercress with Crème fraîche Dressing.
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While poking around the other day, I realized I’ve shared a good amount of pastas with you, but have all but failed you in the other noodle categories. I mean, yes, I’m Italian-American so cooking pasta comes as naturally to me as being dramatic, but it’s a total misrepresentation of the noodles that grace my kitchen. There’s a whole shelf filled with various pastas as well as rice sticks, pad thai noodles, udon, and, my favorite, soba.
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