Tim Love steps away from Texan cuisine and shares a homey side of himself with this roasted chicken thigh recipe.  Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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Pork Chops
Pork chops are extremely easy to make and have tender, juicy meat. You can cook them in a variety of ways, searing them on the stove, finishing them in the oven, or cooking them with vegetables and sides. This recipe is great served over kale and white beans (as pictured), but can also be used with salsas or a simple salad. Luckily the spices give it enough flavor so that it doesn't need a lot else, especially when you have good-quality meat. Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Pork Chops
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Paprika
A good steak should be able to stand on its own. No frills, minimal fussing, and just enough heat to sear the outside and leave the inside beautifully pink and rare. But like a woman, sometimes a steak has to get a little dressed up and break out of the ordinary.This steak rub has a tiny bit of heat from chile peppers, that is balanced by the earthiness of cumin and oregano.  Smoke hits your palate on the back end, from the addition of a good smoked paprika.My favorite steak to rub is a thick, bone-in rib eye, but this rub will make every cut sing.
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Grits
This is a sensational dinner in which the sauce for the pork chop cozies up to the grits and adds a new dimension. It’s not hard to make unless you drink too much of the Calvados while cooking.  Quality matters enormously with pork and I find myself enjoying the swiney flavor of small-farm-raised heirloom pork, pricey though it is. I like my pork chops about an inch thick, but this means you will have to sear them in a pan and finish them in the oven to have them cook to medium or more. Click here to see the story What's a Grit?
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Honey mustard is perfect for marinating this bison sirloin tip roast.
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An easy and delicious winter salad that takes less than 10 minutes to prep and cook.
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For a main dish, serve these turkey patties. The ginger gives it an extra splash of bold flavor you'll enjoy.  Click here for 15 Asian-Inspired Thanksgiving Recipes
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Ariane Daguin introduced the foie gras burger at her former New York City restaurant, D’Artagnan the Rotisserie, and it is the real deal: silky sautéed foie gras, sweet apples, and tart balsamic vinegar make it a decadent and indulgent dish that's worth it every time.
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This is my go-to burger recipe when I'm craving seafood and looking for a quick fix. It's incredibly easy to prepare and also tends to all of those burger lovers out there.  Click here for the 10 Seafood Recipes You Can Make in Less Than 15 Minutes 
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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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Pork chop with red pepper flake flecked potatoes.
A seared, bone-in pork chop with potatoes on a cold night usually hits the spot, especially when the potatoes are liberally seasoned with red chile pepper flakes (serving them with scrambled eggs is my go-to breakfast dish). A little caramelization on the chop, the potatoes get a little sweet and zippy — it's quick, inexpensive, revitalizing and tasty. All good. — Arthur Bovino Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Pork Chops
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Bison’s rich flavor and its sausage’s tender texture make it ideal for shaping into breakfast patties. These are seared to perfection and are the perfect complement to fried eggs. 
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