This loin of pork gets two doses of flavor — the first during the overnight brine, and the second the rub it’s seared and roasted in. Only a few simple steps result in an incredibly delicious and flavorful pork loin that’s great for large crowds and will easily become the star of your holiday meal.
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This dish is great to serve as a main course. It's healthy and light, perfect for those looking for a healthy, hearty meal. 
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Spiced Grouper with Roasted Bell Pepper and Coconut Pea Coulis
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Grouper is a mild fish that works well with a variety of spices. This spiced grouper recipe, courtesy of Plumrose Restaurant's chef Imran Ashton, uses smoked paprika, garlic, and fresh thyme. The use of coconut milk in the coulis helps round out the flavors and lends a Caribbean flair.   Click here to watch chef Imran Ashton make his Spiced Grouper with Roasted Bell Pepper and Coconut Pea Coulis. Click here for more grouper recipes.
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When entertaining, I love roasting a beef tenderloin. This is great for holidays but we love to enjoy for summer entertaining. There is something about a beef tenderloin that brings many smiles. This is also a great paleo recipe and gluten-free — or just an amazing recipe to share with your family and friends. Click here to see more recipes on Cindy's Table.
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Coronation Chicken Sandwich
The dish was created for and served at the 1953 coronation of the baby Prince George's great-grandmother and current British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II. Since it's become a classic favorite in Britain and has made the leap across the pond. My version adds diced apples and golden raisins to the traditional apricot as the fruit component, replaces the original mayonnaise "lightened by cream" with yogurt and crème fraîche and switches out red wine in favor of white.      But it remains true to the dish’s spirit as a curried chicken salad with fruit.  At Jones Wood Foundry, Coronation Chicken is on the menu as a sandwich, embraced by a toasted baguette lined with butter lettuce and topped with slivered almonds.
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Coffee and Chili-Rubbed Steak Tip Skewers
The coffee rub gives these steak skewers a rich, almost chocolaty taste. Grill them outside if weather permits or bring the party indoors with the convenience of an indoor grill. — Angela CarlosRecipe Courtesy of Community Coffee.
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Jue Lan Club lamb ribeye
Executive Chef Oscar Toro of Jue Lan Club provides this delicious Lamb Ribeye recipe. This dish marries a springtime meat with an extra helping of grain protein. He serves the lamb with a side of spiced carrot purée (which he makes in-house), red quinoa, and glazed heirloom baby carrots.
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Enjoy this pigskin burger while you're watching one being tossed around the field. Made in tribute to the San Francisco 49ers, this savory pancetta-wrapped burger is topped with pickled jalapeño mayo and Monterery Jack cheese to give you a flavorful, juicy bite every time. 
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Korean Braised Tofu
Growing up as a child in Korea, this dish was one of the regulars in my home-packed school lunches (dosirak/bento) which usually consisted of rice and a few side dishes. I like it braised, but you can omit braising and simply pour the sauce over the pan-fried tofu.
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As long as you know how to cook scallops, this recipe is fairly straightforward. Don't let the tempura-fried Brussels sprouts scare you, they're pretty easy to make at home as well.
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Salt-and-Pepper Rib-Eye
A well-marbled rib-eye is so rich and flavorful on its own that it requires nothing more than salt, pepper, and fire. Build a two-zone fire so you can sear it over hot embers then finish cooking slowly over medium-low heat to develop a crispy, crunchy steakhouse crust and a juicy interior. If you're working with a boneless rib-eye, lessen the cooking time by a few minutes. Click here to see 7 Simple Grilling Recipes for Father's Day.
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Blackened Redfish
This blackened redfish recipe is simple to prepare, delicious, and takes just minutes to prepare. Save any leftover seasoning for the next time you want to bring a little Louisiana flavor to grilled fish or chicken. If you can't find redfish, try substituting another fairly dense, mild-flavored fish such as black drum or corvina. Click here to see Mardi Gras: The Feast Before the Fast.
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