Marcus Samuelsson's Swedish Meatballs and More Recipes

In today's Weekly Recipe Review, chocolate for Thanksgiving, plus butternut squash bisque
Marcus Samuelsson
Jane Bruce

Check out our editors' picks for this week's recipes from food sections around the country.

NY Mag
Sunchokes are back in season, so Seamus Mullen takes them, fries them crisp, and serves them with yogurt.

LA Times
Euro Pane in Pasadena, Calif., shares their recipe for spiced pear cake.

NY Times
Who says Thanksgiving has to all be about pumpkin pie? Melissa Clark gives the classic dessert a run for its money with this chocolate soufflé and candied squash recipe.

SF Chronicle
Make these fontina and herb gougeres (cheese puffs) beforehand, freeze them, and warm them up before serving to wow your guests.

Classic poppy seed cookies will always be a favorite.

Chicago Tribune
Or just go with these easy, no-bake Sicilian sesame cookies for your cookie swap.

Seattle Times
Butternut squash soup might be a bit overdone, but this bisque gets topped with a tomato and corn salsa.

Kitchen Daily
Planning a boozy brunch? Serve up margaritas (or bloodies) with this baked Mexican eggs dish.

Portland Press Herald
One-skillet supper: Potato and sausages, topped with bay leaves.

Washington Post
Another easy side that kids are bound to love? Carrots, glazed ginger, and brown sugar, served with cranberries.


Wall Street Journal
Marcus Samuelsson does some dinner party planning, sharing his recipes for Swedish meatballs and lingonberry preserves.