Weekly Recipe Review: Nancy Silverton’s Mozza Salad, Honey & Five-Spice Roasted Rockfish, and More...

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


The Los Angeles Times: Nancy Silverton brightens up the table with her recipe for salad with Parmigiano-Reggiano and anchovy dressing from Mozza.


The New York Times: Take a walk on the exotic side with this recipe for Moroccan pancakes.


The San Francisco Chronicle: An Asian-inspired recipe for five-spice roasted rockfish from the Fairmont Hotel prominently features a magical fall ingredient: honey.


The Chicago Tribune: Quack! Try this recipe for juniper- and maple-glazed duck, resplendent with wild and seasonal flavors, featured in the Chicago Tribune.


The Washington Post: Domenica Marchetti tests an interesting twist on a familiar classic: A recipe for banana bread, spiked with coffee.


New York Magazine: Café Colette’s Charles Brassard highlights an unfamiliar root vegetable with his recipe for kohlrabi tzatziki.


NPR: Have a cold? Forget chicken soup. Try Martha Stewart’s recipe for good ol’ minestrone for a change.


The Boston Globe: Versatile and seasonal, chef Raymond Ost’s apple chutney recipe goes well with savory meats.


KitchenDaily.com: Cracklings lend a surprising textural contrast in this seasonal recipe for roasted butternut squash.


The Seattle Times: Spice things up with this recipe for Tandoori-style chicken.

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