Weekly Recipe Review: Umami Secrets, Nigella Lawson’s Scallops and More…

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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 recipes.

 

The New York Times:  Brussels sprouts boring? Not the Fatty ‘Cue way. Garlic, chiles, coriander and bacon make this dish a new Thanksgiving favorite.

 

The Los Angeles Times: Gluten-free and living happily: Bacon-wrapped Pork Belly.

 

The Independent (London): Looking for umami? The Brits swear by anchovies: find them in pasta, on bread, with meats or in salads.

 

NPR: Quick and easy Thai-inspired scallops from Nigella Lawson.

 

The Star (Toronto): Prosciutto-wrapped Broccolini from Vancouver Blogger, Gourmet Fury.

 

The Seattle Times: Looking for a turkey alternative this Thanksgiving? Try these Mediterranean lamb meatballs.

 

The Washington Post: Mixologist Dave Wonderich’s sparkling rum punch is guaranteed to get any party going.

 

The Philadelphia Inquirer: A meatless, stuffed Delicata squash that will satisfy vegans, vegetarians and carnivores alike.

 

The Boston Globe: Easy, pan-roasted pork chops with fresh, seasonal vegetables.

 

The Chicago Tribune: Quick and easy breads to feed your guests over the holidays. Try a yeast-free zucchini  loaf or a lemon-glazed bread.