Lobster
A piastra is a heavy cast-iron pan or griddle that can be heated to about 400 degrees. It is a perfect medium for cooking seafood — especially shrimp, calamari and lobster. It makes cooking lobster, in particular, easy and fun and the results are outstanding. The trick is first to poach the lobster for five minutes. Then it can sit in the fridge for up to twenty-four hours. The hardest part is splitting the lobster — it takes a sure hand. The instructions are precise and simple, but bold. The piastra sears the lobster flesh so that it becomes crispy and sweet at the same time.
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rabbit stew
This Spring Rabbit Guinness Stew is a great, comforting meal to enjoy on a cool spring evening.This recipe is provided by Steve Lindner of ZoneManhattan.com.
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Pomelo Scallops
Pomelo, a large citrus fruit similar to grapefruit, is paired with perfectly seared scallops in this refreshing seafood appetizer dish that's perfect for an elegant backyard grill party. Look for fresh diver scallops, if possible, which have superior texture and flavor to frozen scallops. See all scallop recipes.
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Eden Grinshpan of Log On and Eat with Eden Grinshpan on the Cooking Channel shares her Indian inspired lamb kebab. Eat it with some tzatziki sauce and you're good to go. 
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Try to recreate this signature dish at home!
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Simply Fish Recipe
This simple, pan-seared fish dish is a favorite menu item at Todd English's new underwater-themed restaurant bluezoo at the Walt Disney World Resort, Fla. Click here to see A Disney Dining Guide.
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Cumin-Crusted Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Salsa Verde
I love to use this recipe in my cooking classes, as it's easy and delicious. The key to making a moist pork tenderloin is to quickly sear it first, and not let it overcook. This pairs well with a medium-bodied pinot noir, possibly from Carneros, Russian River Valley, or Oregon.
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Follow these steps to make Salt Creek Grille Princeton's delicious Blackened New York Strip Steak, just in time to celebrate national BBQ month!
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Skirt Steak Arepas
I like bold flavors that highlight the freshness of ingredients — especially when grilling, it is important to have a flavorful marinade and use the grill to sear in all of that awesome flavor. By respecting ingredients and using seasoning and flavors I am familiar with from Mexico and all over South America, I am able to create healthy dishes that are equally as beautiful as they are satisfying.
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Whether you grill, roast, or pan-sear your Alaskan rockfish, don't forget the marinade. This one includes tamari sauce and pomegranate molasses. The oily nature of Alaskan rockfish makes it perfect for marinating.
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Greek-Inspired Wrap
Greek cuisine is all about simplicity, and with less than 10 ingredients, this is about as simple as it gets. A mouthwatering combination of perfectly seared lamb with a golden brown, savory crust, seasoned with some dried oregano, and salty, tangy feta makes for a delicious wrap. It really pays to use some good feta; I used Bulgarian feta in brine. See all recipes with feta. Click here to see 9 Quick and Easy Wrap Recipes.
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The Cadillac Burger
This burger is all about the classic ingredients — just a fresh ground beef patty, good old yellow American cheese, lettuce, tomato, and onion, and for the "Cadillac" touch, a little bit of hickory-smoked bacon. Eating in style doesn't always have to involve exotic ingredients.See all hamburger recipes.Click here to see Chefs' Favorite Burger Recipes.
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