This loin of pork gets two doses of flavor — the first during the overnight brine, and the second the rub it’s seared and roasted in. Only a few simple steps result in an incredibly delicious and flavorful pork loin that’s great for large crowds and will easily become the star of your holiday meal.
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Braised Bison Sirloin Steaks
Braising is a great way to develop tons of flavor over a long period of time. 
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Tim Love steps away from Texan cuisine and shares a homey side of himself with this roasted chicken thigh recipe.  Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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Peppercorn Brined Pork Chops
Who doesn’t love a big, juicy, grilled pork chop? This recipe is so simple and takes only minutes in the kitchen. We like to brine our pork chops for 24 hours, so we make the brine a day ahead of time. We are enamored of European pork, which tends to have a higher fat content than its American counterpart, but the brine adds moisture that your pork might otherwise lack. If you can get locally raised, free-range pork from a farm stand or butcher, you will be rewarded with some of the most succulent pig you have ever sunk your teeth into. Click here to see Take a Trip to Fire Island with a Cookout.
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Enjoy this pigskin burger while you're watching one being tossed around the field. Made in tribute to the San Francisco 49ers, this savory pancetta-wrapped burger is topped with pickled jalapeño mayo and Monterery Jack cheese to give you a flavorful, juicy bite every time. 
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Brussels Sprout and Date Salad
Here's a quick and easy side dish for two that can easily be made to accommodate a crowd. Honey, balsamic vinegar, and dates play off the bitterness in the radicchio, and perfectly cooked Brussels sprouts lend a crisp tender crunch to the dish. See all Brussels sprout recipes. Click here to see Christmas Dinner: It's Not Thanksgiving Anymore.
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Ariane Daguin introduced the foie gras burger at her former New York City restaurant, D’Artagnan the Rotisserie, and it is the real deal: silky sautéed foie gras, sweet apples, and tart balsamic vinegar make it a decadent and indulgent dish that's worth it every time.
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For a main dish, serve these turkey patties. The ginger gives it an extra splash of bold flavor you'll enjoy.  Click here for 15 Asian-Inspired Thanksgiving Recipes
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Helene’s Holiday Brisket with Carrot and Onion Gravy
This dish originated from Joey Allaham’s mother, Helene. His grandmother, Bella, used to make a potted turkey dish with similar ingredients, which his  mother later turned into a pot roast. It is perfect for the holidays. This recipe comes from The Prime Grill Cookbook by David Kolotkin and Joey Allaham. Click here to see Tips for Hosting a Rosh Hashanah Dinner.
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Korean Braised Tofu
Growing up as a child in Korea, this dish was one of the regulars in my home-packed school lunches (dosirak/bento) which usually consisted of rice and a few side dishes. I like it braised, but you can omit braising and simply pour the sauce over the pan-fried tofu.
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Blackened Redfish
This blackened redfish recipe is simple to prepare, delicious, and takes just minutes to prepare. Save any leftover seasoning for the next time you want to bring a little Louisiana flavor to grilled fish or chicken. If you can't find redfish, try substituting another fairly dense, mild-flavored fish such as black drum or corvina. Click here to see Mardi Gras: The Feast Before the Fast.
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Greek-Inspired Wrap
Greek cuisine is all about simplicity, and with less than 10 ingredients, this is about as simple as it gets. A mouthwatering combination of perfectly seared lamb with a golden brown, savory crust, seasoned with some dried oregano, and salty, tangy feta makes for a delicious wrap. It really pays to use some good feta; I used Bulgarian feta in brine. See all recipes with feta. Click here to see 9 Quick and Easy Wrap Recipes.
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