Appetizers

Mussels with Pale Ale and Spicy Aïoli Recipe

While we highly recommend sourcing Montauk Brewing Co.‘s Driftwood Ale, any English-style pale ale will work for these herb-infused steamed mussles from Eli Sussman. Don’t forget plenty of crusty bread—as anyone who loves mussels will tell you, the best part of enjoying the dish is sopping up the heady, aromatic jus that collects at the …

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Sunchoke Hummus Recipe | Saveur

Tahini and lemon accent the earthy, nutty quality of Jerusalem artichokes in this creamy appetizer. At Elaine Murphy’s The Woollen Mills in Dublin, chef Ian Connolly serves it drizzled with aromatic paprika oil and pile of hot crisp baked sweet potato wedges for dipping. Featured in: “10 Ingredients We’re Obsessed With.” Sunchoke Hummus The earthy, …

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Vegetarian Samosas with Potatoes and Peas Recipe

Chef Romy Gill credits her grandmother for the clever technique used to shape these samosas. Parcooking the wrappers renders the dough less absorbent and malleable, making them easier to fill without becoming gummy (and easier to make ahead). The assembled samosas can be refrigerated for up to 48 hours before frying. Explore more of India …

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Singaporean-Style Shrimp Satay Recipe (Satay Udang)

Likely introduced to Java from Middle Eastern merchants, local cooks throughout Asia eventually adapted skewered recipes with native ingredients to create their own regional variations. Ground candlenuts enrich this spicy shrimp satay, which is inspired by a popular street food from the coastal areas of Singapore. Look for them online or at your local Asian market. (If unavailable, macadamias have a similar …

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Gazpacho Andaluz Recipe (Chilled Tomato Soup)

Gazpacho, which was purportedly invented in Seville, is traditionally served as a refreshing final course at the end of a meal. Though there are now many versions of this chilled soup, this tomato-based Andalusian variety is the one that most tastes like summer in a bowl. The toppings are endlessly customizable, so feel free to …

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Crispy Adobo Chicken Wings Recipe

Filipino Thai American chef King Phojanakong developed these bright and savory adobo chicken wings for Jimmy Carbone’s now-defunct Jimmy’s No. 43 in Manhattan. This home adaptation opts to crisp the skin under the broiler rather than in a deep fryer. Featured in: “The Pride of the Philippines Makes a Killer Bar Snack.” Adobo Chicken Wings …

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Beef Dolma With Apricots and Tamarind Recipe

In the Syrian Jewish kitchen, this Middle Eastern basic gets a sweet-and-sour spin with the addition of brown sugar and dried apricots—a pleasant, tart foil to the rich and meaty filling. In the warmer months, try to find fresh, young grape leaves, which are more tender and flavorful than the jarred types. Out of season, …

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Salmon Rillettes Recipe by Dorie Greenspan

Perfect for a fancy picnic, or as part of a lavish holiday feast, this French spread, from American cookbook author Dorie Greenspan, is made with both poached and smoked salmon for textural contrast. Pack it into jars the night before you plan to serve—the flavors improve with time. Featured in: “How Dorie Greenspan Does New Year’s …

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