Weekly Recipe Review: Bulgogi, Creole Tomatoes, and More…

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A weekly roundup of the best food section recipes around the world

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Check out our Editors' picks for this week's top food section recipes. 

 

The Miami Herald: This quick and easy bulgogi recipe (or “fire meat”) is a Korean classic.

 

The New York Times: Asparagus season won’t last forever, so enjoy this egg and asparagus recipe while you can.

 

The Montreal Gazette: Even your vegan friends can join in cookout fun with this tofu kebab recipe.

 

The Washington Post: This kasha potato salad recipe was inspired by the authors desire to put a healthy spin on his grandmother’s kasha varnishkes

 

UK Telegraph: Experience the culinary side of lavender with this simple and elegant beef, coriander, and lavender salad recipe.

 

The Los Angeles Times: This unique savory pancake recipe uses spinach and includes a recipe for a flavored butter topping. 

 

The Chicago Tribune: Sweet meets savory in this summery spinach, strawberry, walnut and gorgonzola salad recipe.

 

The Baltimore Sun: This twice-cooked barbecue chicken recipe is perfect for an at-home Father’s Day treat.

 

The San Francisco Chronicle: This gluten-free strawberry tartlet recipe is great for your friends with dietary restrictions who don't want to miss out on dessert.

 

Times-Picayune: Never heard of creole tomatoes?  Try this creole tomato and Italian sausage recipe to experience the Louisiana favorite.