Weekly Recipe Review: Mario Batali's Baked Apples, Grasshopper Kabobs, and More...

A weekly roundup of the best food section recipes across the country
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Check out our Editors' picks for this week's top food section recipes.

• Feeling adventurous? Try making these grasshopper kabobs. Bonus points if you serve them with stir-fried worms.

SF Chronicle
• Here’s a rich, fall salad recipe with a lemon-brown butter vinaigrette.

Seattle Times
• An Americanized Colombian stew sounds cozy enough for cold windy nights.

NY Times
• Since Korean food is all the rage, try this recipe for grilled pork belly, sweetened with a soy-mirin glaze.

Chicago Tribune
• This linguine recipe with leeks and broccoli is perfect for your next Meatless Monday.

Washington Post
• Use edible Vietnamese rice paper to wrap around your fish, keeping moisture in while steaming.

Portland Press Herald
• Try this easy braised beef recipe for weekday dinners.

Kitchen Daily
• A simple chocolate amaretti mousse is perfect for a laid-back date night.

NY Mag
• Empire apples get an Italian makeover with figs, gorgonzola, and moscato in Mario Batali’s baked apple recipe.

LA Times
• Newport Beach’s Il Barone shares its limoncello tiramisu recipe — a light, zesty take on the classic dessert.

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