Weekly Recipe Review: Michel Bras’s Perfect Potato Crisps, Strawberry Meringue, and More…

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A weekly roundup of the best food section recipes around the world.

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Check out our Editors' picks for this week's top food section recipes. 

 

The Washington Post: Dinner in a flash: grilled tuna steaks with a delicious olive-based vinaigrette.

 

The Los Angeles Times: A leg of lamb is prepared California-style and stuffed with pine nuts, greens, and feta.

 

The New York Times: A light bouillabaisse recipe that uses fresh spring peas and poached eggs.

 

The Times-Picayune: Lightweight meringues are made with crunchy pecans and topped with sweet strawberries.

 

The Oregonian: Take advantage of spring rhubarb with this D.I.Y. Rhubarb Liqueur recipe.

 

The Boston Globe: The secret to making a perfectly hard-boiled egg is revealed.

 

Salon.com: As his time at Salon.com comes to a close, Francis Lam remembers one of his first posts and the chef who inspired him. Here, he shares chef Michel Bras's recipe for perfect potato crisps.

 

The San Francisco Chronicle: These new and improved deviled eggs come with a Japanese twist.

 

KitchenDaily.com: Spring asparagus finds its way into this quick and easy chili-rubbed tilapia recipe.

 

The Seattle Times: A perfect side dish, this recipe for Artichoke and Asparagus Salad is a great blending of Mediterranean ingredients.