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This traditional Cuban dish is true to its English translation of "old clothes," because of the tender chunks of shredded beef that resemble torn clothing.
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Vegan Sweet Squash Soup
Recipe Courtesy of Jeremy Rock Smith, Executive Chef of the Kripalu Kitchen within the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health As the cool temperatures of autumn start creeping up on us, hearty, comfort foods will begin to replace summer staples. This vegan, sweet squash soup will make you forget all about everything pumpkin-spice. About the the Kripalu Kitchen The Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, is recognized as the largest yoga retreat center in North America. Executive chef Jeremy Smith prepares fresh, farm-to-table cuisine for guests daily. He began his career in classical French cuisine, working in the United States and abroad, and later honed his love for teaching & natural foods at Canyon Ranch. Now, he leads the Kripalu Kitchen where whole grains, fresh vegetables, and legumes form the backbone of the menu, with fresh poultry, fish, and dairy products as options for protein.  
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An easy, sweet salad that anyone will love-- but don’t be fooled! There isn’t much healthy about this salad, but it tastes delicious! 
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Barley with Mushrooms and Onions
Barley, in a way, is the often overlooked grain. With a satisfying chewiness and a neutral flavor, this is a grain that will take on the flavor of neighboring ingredients just as well as rice. Here, mushrooms and onions lend a savory element to this easy-to-make side dish.
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The additional accoutrements that I serve with my Kobe Bad Ass Dog is what makes it so special. My onion jam adds a great depth flavor to a usually boring ketchup-and-mustard hot dog, and my angry onions are the perfect crunch.
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Rajas con crema, or poblano peppers in cream, is a traditional Mexican dish that's served as a side for tacos. According to chef Patricio Sandoval of Mercadito Restaurants, it's best served in warmed tortillas. 
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Orzo with Shiitake Mushrooms
Orzo and shiitake mushrooms, simmered in chicken broth and herbs, make for an easy side dish that pairs well with just about anything. This recipe is courtesy of Maria Zoitas, creator of the "Maria's Homemade" line of prepared foods sold at Westside Market NYC. See all mushroom recipes. Click here to see Christmas Dinner: It's Not Thanksgiving Anymore.
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Mediterranean Mac and Cheese
What is it about mac and cheese that makes it so comforting, so warming, so… good? Needless to say, I'm talking about the real thing here, not that boxed stuff…Is it the cheese? Is it the creaminess? Or is it the memories linked to it? Whatever it is puts mac and cheese on the top of the list of comfort foods. Are you with me? Good…Now, how many versions of mac and cheese do you think exist out there? I've seen so many, I can't even count them. Made with 20 different cheeses. With chicken. With seafood. Cheeseburger mac and cheese. Even fried mac and cheese wrapped in bacon (thanks, but no thanks). All I have to say is keep it simple, people. And remember that sometimes, less is more.Take our version for instance. The one we grew up eating. OK, so it's not loaded with butter and cream. But, it has all the greatness of mac and cheese. And is good for you. And is easy to make! So you can have your cake and eat it, too. And your mac and cheese. Now, how's that for comfort?
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Fondly known in our ‘test bar’ as a Bloody Pirate, this rum-based Mary starts with Bacardi Gold and gets progressively more tropical from there: Puerto Rican-style sofrito lends body and heat to the tomato juice, while sweet-and-salty garnishes of fried plantain and chicharrones add crunch and heft to what is truly ‘a breakfast in a glass’.
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Created by Standard Market in Westmont, Ill., this is a basic Asian marinade that goes well with your favorite type of fish, chicken, and beef.
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This traditional spread resembles a Greek romesco. It goes well with just about anything and is wonderful on its own as a dipping agent for crudités or potato chips. I like to use it anywhere you would use an aioli.
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The Cadillac Burger
This burger is all about the classic ingredients — just a fresh ground beef patty, good old yellow American cheese, lettuce, tomato, and onion, and for the "Cadillac" touch, a little bit of hickory-smoked bacon. Eating in style doesn't always have to involve exotic ingredients.See all hamburger recipes.Click here to see Chefs' Favorite Burger Recipes.
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