Weekly Recipe Review: Ming Tsai’s Tea-Smoked Salmon, Francis Lam’s Homemade Dumplings, and More…

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

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The San Francisco Chronicle: Ming Tsai’s tea-smoked salmon recipe uses a technique that can also be used on other proteins.


The Los Angeles Times: A recipe for Whole-Wheat Apple Butter Cake from Huckleberry’s Restaurant & Café.


Salon.com: Thinking of hosting a party? Try Francis Lam’s recipe for potsticker dumplings that yields 120 homemade delicacies.


The Boston Globe: 10 winter cocktails that will clear any cold-weather blues – think bacon, bourbon, and maple.


The New York Times: Enjoy creamy and rich salad dressings without the guilt with recipes likes this Meyer lemon vinaigrette.


The Washington Post: This twist on chocolate banana cream pie adds a touch of dark rum and a rum-infused whipped cream to top it off.


The Wall Street Journal: A recipe for pappardelle with a tomato and pancetta from Ruth Rogers of London’s River Café.


The Oregonian: Ivy Manning’s one-pot recipe that includes toasted pine nuts, sun-dried tomatoes, and arugula.


The Chicago Tribune: An easy, baked fish recipe that’s coated in a tarragon-mustard sauce.  


UK Guardian: Learn how to make chocolate fondant, the perfect Valentine’s Day dessert with this easy recipe.