Top Rated Reduction Recipes

Sunnied Egg Bialy Sandwich with Bacon, Arugula, Goat Cheese, and Balsamic Glaze
Breakfast is a big deal in the Borgognone house. Every Saturday and Sunday is the same story: egg sandwiches on Saturdays; bagels and donuts on Sundays. I should mention that we also are mildly obsessed with eggs. Usually in one breakfast sitting, there are five different types of eggs on the table at once — Nonna's Eggs in Purgatory, my father's cheesy scramble, as well as sunny-side up, broccoli rabe omelettes, and then there's the sandwich.  A while back, my mother and I had amazing egg sandwiches that were so outrageously expensive (but well worth it!) that we vowed never to spend that much on a breakfast sandwich again, especially one that we could master at home. So we got to experimenting and here's our baby, our favorite part of Saturday mornings. I should also mention that the record is three sandwiches in one sitting that's held by my beastly brother Sal who uses the "I'm a growing boy" excuse.  Click here to see Fall in Love with Breakfast Again — at Dinner.
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Samuel Adams Alpine Spring Lobster Benedict with Hopped 'Beer-naise'
St. Patrick's Day is a holiday of drinking for many, but this recipe let's you eat and drink in the name of Ireland, albeit with an American beer (but a good one at at that).
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5
Grilled Corn and Figs with Balsamic Reduction
You probably have enjoyed grilled corn; you may or may not have tasted a grilled fresh fig. I’m almost sure, however, that you have never had them together in one dish. But when late summer brings them to market at the same time, I hope you will try this recipe. It’s a simple one to do ahead: you grill the corn on the cob and then grill the figs (they take barely a minute). You slice off the corn kernels, toss them with the figs, and serve the dish at room temperature.The golden vegetable and dark fruit are a great-tasting and pretty combination just as they are, but if you happen to have some balsamic drizzling sauce already made (or a bottle of balsamic vinegar to reduce), it’s definitely worth applying the final swirl of sauce. The acidic tang sets off the sweetness of all the sugars in the corn and figs, already intensified by the heat of the grill. You can use either a gas or a charcoal grill for this, but keep the fire moderate (and pay attention, especially with the figs) so the sugars are caramelized, not burned.Click here to see the rest of Lidia Bastianich's Independence Day menu.
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4.666665
Peach Salad
Get all your vitamins this summer from this delicious, colorful salad.This recipe is courtesy of The Comfort of Cooking.
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4.5
poached salmon
Try this simple recipe for roasted Pacific salmon, honey caramelized turnips, cipollini onions, and pinot noir.Recipe courtesy of Chef Yaffe, VUE 24, Foxwoods Resort Casino.
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4
Morningstar Farms Meat Lovers Burger with Crispy Shoestring Parsnips and Truffle Yuzu Dressing
Skip the expensive restaurant and be your own 5-star chef with this fancy take on a vegan burger. This recipe is courtesy of MorningStar Farms
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4
tarragon reduction
This simple recipe is one of the ingredients in a classic Béarnaise Sauce.
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3.5