A fruity complement to turkey is not a new concept — we’ve been eating cranberry sauce with our Thanksgiving turkey for ages, but the thought of creating a fruity condiment to complement turkey burgers surprised us, in a good way. Buttermilk biscuits, pomegranate molasses, and a cool creamy mayonnaise mixture make this turkey burger one of our favorites. Click here to see 50 Best Burger Recipes
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Shepherd's Pie
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There are many different ways to make this dish, and not just on St. Patrick's Day. In England and Ireland, shepherd's pie is always based on lamb (hence "shepherd"), while ground-beef versions are sometimes called cottage pie instead. At Solas, our authentic Irish pub in Boston, Mass., we serve both lamb and beef versions.  The recipe below calls for the pie to be baked in one large dish, in the traditional manner, but at the restaurant we the serve it in individual portions. We’ll heat up the cast-iron dishes to 400 degrees, add the ingredients, and then broil the top so a crust forms. That way, it arrives to our guests simmering hot. 
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Have you ever seen something so gorgeous? 
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A classic Reuben uses Thousand Island dressing, but throw some sharp mustard in here and you’ll get a great contrast to the rich meat and cheese. Instead of broiling or using a sandwich press, fry up the meat in a sauté pan, and then melt the cheese directly over the meat for maximum meat-cheese adherence.
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Oysters Rockefeller
This cocktail party favorite consists of oysters on the half shell that are then topped with a rich, green butter and breadcrumb-based sauce and baked or broiled. When in New Orleans, head to Galatoire's for their rich and bubbly version — it is not to be missed. Oysters Rockefeller was thought to have been created in 1899 in New Orleans by Jules Alciatore, the son of the owner of one of the country’s oldest family-run restaurants, Antoine’s. The dish was named for John D. Rockefeller, one of the wealthiest men at the time, because of the richness of the sauce.
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This turkey burger is a healthy version of the American classic that's simple and quick to make. 
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Clams
“Clams Casino!” is one of Michael McCarty’s favorite “Michaelisms,” an expression he loves to exuberantly cheer to his staff, family, friends, and guests when he feels like he’s living the high life. This classic broiled clams recipe, perfect for a party, never goes out of fashion. Adapted from “Welcome to Michael’s” by Michael McCarty.  Click here to see Oscar Night Cocktail Party Menu.
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Honey
As usual with anything sweet, I try to make something savory out of it. So when I was challenged with using Golden Blossom's beautiful variety of honey, I jumped at the chance to create honey barbecue wings. Besides the sweet flavor that honey adds to barbecue wings, there's also texture at play, because by baking the honey at high heat, you get a caramelized and crispy texture on your wings, similar to if you had deep-fried them. Boy, is this recipe messy — honey can be a pain when it comes to coating your wings — but it's worth it.  Click here to see Cooking with Honey — 8 Great Recipes.
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Roasted Artichoke Hearts with Potatoes and Olive Oil
This is a springtime country dish from the island of Milos in the Cyclades islands. Click here to see My Big Fat Greek Easter.
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This recipe puts an elegant twist on the classic breakfast sandwich, combining iron-rich spinach with a fried egg and smoked Cheddar cheese for a nutritious and satisfying start to the day, or to any part of the day.
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There are about 1,000 combinations out there for matching up turkey, cheese, and bread. This recipe uses dill Havarti for its meltability and hint of herb-y sweetness, but you can try this with pretty much any other cheese and not go wrong. Either way, you'll have a superior turkey sandwich in the time it takes to preheat your broiler.
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Sweet Potato Chips
Grocery store aisles are now packed with snacks claiming to be healthy, but there's nothing quite like making your own snacks at home. These chips are a twist on the classic that add a little spice to the already sweet flavor of sweet potatoes. You can make a large batch and then store them for whenever you want a quick and healthy treat.
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