roquefort terrine
The start of the French Cheese Board’s Cheese Week in New York City, running from Feb. 21 to Feb. 26, was celebrated with a five-course lunch. Chefs from Les Mâitres Cuisiniers de France came together at Bar Boulud to celebrate the event with dishes they will feature for the week. Every one featured cheese in familiar — or unfamiliar — form. And each course was accompanied by French wines.The pièce de rèsistance of the lunch may very well have been the dessert created by chef Bernard Liberatore on Manhattan’s CORE Club — a Roquefort terrine, combining a cream of the emblematic blue cheese with a remarkable flavor of spice cake and pear and a quenelle of walnut ice cream. The pear and Roquefort flavors were a great match.Click here for the full story on the five-course lunch to celebrate New York's Cheese Week.
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Spring Rolls
A delicious low carb and healthy dish that you can serve at a buffet, take with you to a pot luck or snack on for lunch!. Also perfect to pop into a lunch box for a healthy school lunch. Vibrant with fresh Asian flavours, these rolls pack a real WOW punch!
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Chicken Salad Lettuce Cups
Chicken salad is usually a bit of a calorie bomb, but not this version. There's plenty of fresh produce in this version, and the sour cream and mayonnaise are slimmed-down versions, so you can indulge without the guilt.Click here to see 15 Easy Chicken Dinner RecipesClick here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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Take this versatile grilling sausage preparation in a brunch direction, or serve it with whole wheat couscous and a salad for dinner. Pre-poaching the sausages and stone fruit up to a day ahead will help them cook quickly so even the cook can relax. Click here to see more Grilling Recipes from Whole Foods Market
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Blue Ribbon Chef Martin Brock’s Bread Dumplings
Chef Martin Brock’s bread dumplings, a traditional German dish, are made with the leftover bread from Blue Ribbon Bakery.
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Pan-Fried Duck Breast, Orange-Infused Celeriac, and Candied Kumquats
This is my take on duck à l’orange. Although very different from the classic dish, it uses similar flavor combinations. Celeriac is one of my favorite vegetables, especially with a splash of lemon. During the winter, I use a lot of citrus fruit to add sparkle to a dish. The candied kumquats provide a fragrant combination of acidity and sweetness. Magrets are the big, meaty breasts of moulard ducks (which are raised for foie gras). Or, if necessary, substitute 4 smaller breasts from Pekin (Long Island) or Muscovy ducks and adjust the cooking time accordingly. — Greg Marchand, Frenchie Click Here to See More Duck Recipes
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Because my grandmother liked asparagus so much, my grandfather took special care with his plants. Now I am carrying on the tradition. For this recipe I like young asparagus. I cook them in a skillet even when I am working over a grill to make sure the smoky flavor doesn’t overwhelm, only heightens. I top the asparagus with gribiche, a French sauce, traditionally an emulsion of hard-boiled egg yolk and oil perked up with pickles and herbs. I like a rough-chopped version and prefer to use the whole egg. I quick-pickle my own carrots (which is very easy) and put them in the sauce, but if you prefer another pickle, don’t hesitate.
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Pretzel Bun Bratwursts with Tangy Apple-Cabbage Slaw
This easy-to-make recipe balances the spice from the pork bratwursts and the acidity from the tangy slaw perfectly. Enjoy this delicious, seasonal fall entrée for dinner.For more great recipes like this one, visit HelloFresh.
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summer rolls
Google recently released its annual Year in Search list, which included the top 10 most searched recipes of 2015. The list is as follows:     Pumpkin Seed Recipes     Sweet Potato Fries Recipe     Philly Cheese Steak Recipe     Chicken Recipes     Apple Pie Recipe     Brownie Recipe     Pesto Recipe     Pancake Recipe     Cabbage Recipes     Chili RecipeThis is a delicious dish featuring broccoli rabe and one of the top 10 foods on Google’s Year in Search list: chicken.
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lamb bacon
Try this lamb bacon benedict with duck hollandaise recipe perfect for any spring occasion.I make my own lamb bacon in this recipe, which takes 36 hours, but it’s an ingredient that is available from some specialty markets now. Feel free to purchase it, our recipe will yield roughly 20 pieces once sliced, if you’re feeling ambitious and have a lot of people coming over, take the challenge and make your own. It’s fun! — Marc Murphy 
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Eggs Benedict with Turmeric Brown Butter Hollandaise
Switch up your regular hollandaise sauce for this delicious brown butter turmeric one!Recipe courtesy of Eggland's Best. 
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Roasted Butternut Squash with Toasted Pumpkin Seeds
Here's a simple and flavorful side dish featuring butternut squash. Toasted pumpkin seeds lend a nutty, rich flavor and a distinct crunch to the squash, and dried cranberries add a little zing and sweetness. Serve this as an accompaniment to roasted meats, chicken, or fish. See all pumpkin recipes.
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