Red miso gives the salmon a certain oomph. It is less salty than yellow miso, and goes best with fish. Be sure to use high-quality sake.
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For a more complex tasting appetizer, try mixing these unexpected ingredients for a flavorful surprise! Almost like a salsa, this dip could be more exciting for your guests than the actual game. 
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We all know about that sandwich we like to make after Thanksgiving, but this recipe by Adam Keough of Absinthe Brasserie & Bar in San Francisco sheds a whole new light on it. 
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While he’s usually known for his classic brasserie fare at his Los Angeles restaurants, chef David Myers has received quite a bit of attention for his house burger — so much so that his West Hollywood location has devoted an entire night of the week (Tuesday) to burgers. The burger is traditionally prepared with all of the classic trimmings, but it’s the spicy mayonnaise with ketchup, cayenne, and chili powder mixed in that keeps us going back to it. Click here to see 50 Best Burger Recipes
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Making a pizza is easy in a skillet. This is a perfect way to enjoy a slice. Recipe courtesy of Comfy Cook.
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Spicy Cherry-Glazed Baby Back Ribs
If we were in Mexico, these tender Yucatán-style baby back ribs might well be wrapped in leaves and cooked in a deep pit. Barring a hole in your backyard, the ribs are encased in traditional banana leaves, covered with spices and orange juice, and slowly baked with a zesty cherry glaze. Spareribs are a great icebreaker and add a fiesta-like atmosphere to any dining event. Click here to see the Chefs' Favorite At-Home Recipes story.
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Daniel Boulud is Chef-Owner of several award-winning restaurants and the Feast & Fêtes catering company. While he hails from Lyon, France, it is in New York that he has truly mastered the dining scene and is today considered one of America’s leading culinary authorities. Raised on his family’s farm in the village of St Pierre de Chandieu, the chef remains inspired by the rhythm of the seasons and menus driven by fine ingredients. Since arriving in the US in 1982, Boulud has become renowned for the contemporary appeal he adds to soulful cooking rooted in French tradition.                                               This particulat recipe is taken from the ‘Daniel At Home’ section of  Chef Boulud’s latest cookbook, Daniel: My French Cuisine, which is comprised of four ‘menus’ of traditional, regional dishes Daniel loves to cook at home.
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This Tamarind BBQ Sauce is in the sticky, goey tradition of finger-lickin', (not the St. Loius-style spice rub type) but with a very unique twist. Tamarind is derived from the seed pod of a tree that is commonly harvested from the Carribbean and Thailand. The ripened pods are sticky and goey themselves, with a texture much like marmalade right from the tree. Prepared tamarind sauces and tamarind paste are readily available, but creating the paste right from the pods is easy. Simply cover with double the quantity of water and simmer for a few hours allowing the liquid to reduce by half. The push the contents thru a mess strainer, much the way one would do when making jam.  
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Meatball Parm
This is how the classic meatball parm should be done. There's nothing difficult about it; all you need to do is construct with tender loving care. This is how it's done at Parm, located in New York City. See all sandwich recipes.  Loading... jwembed("video_box_player_inner", "refs=693", {"light":"1","width":"450","height":"338","skin":"player/mayamod.zip"} );
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Creamy Onion, Leek, and Shallot Bisque
This is a soup for onion lovers. Caramelized onions, leeks, and shallots (or only onions if you prefer) are puréed with chicken stock and then combined with sherry, sautéed onion, and a splash of cream at the end. What makes it so delicious are the fried leeks—and the Gruyère crostini, a contemporary interpretation of the typical (and often too heavy) cheese topping on many onion soups. Pass any extras at the table. They’re yummy! — Soups for Two by Joanna Pruess Click Here for More Soup Recipes
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Head chef and Top Chef alum Ed Cotton shares with us his recipe for baked clams from Sotto 13 restaurant in New York City. 
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Miso-Glazed Broiled Salmon
Miso is such a prominent flavor, just a little will add a whole new dimension to a dish. This easy salmon recipe takes a little prep, a little waiting, and just 10 minutes in the oven. During the warmer months, bring this recipe outside and make it on the grill, instead.  Click here to see The New and Improved Farm-Raised Salmon story.
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