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Food & Wine Best of the Best Cookbook Recipes, Volume 13 (2010): The Best Recipes from the 25 Best Cookbooks of the Year by Food & Wine Magazine

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  • Onion marinated flank steak with tomatoes

    • nicolepellegrini on June 27, 2015

      Easy, good tasting, certainly needs to be served with something else (I made a fresh summer corn and basil salad and served with steak sauce along with tortilla chips.) The onion marinade did tenderize the steak, but also made it very "pale"--like a citrus marinade would--on the outside. So even after grilling it looked weirdly "white" on the outside which was kind of off-putting from a visual standpoint.

  • Pork chops with plums & Chinese spices

    • chawkins on June 15, 2017

      Diana Henry recipe. Super easy, very little hands on time. The chops were moist and quite tasty. I used agave nectar instead of honey and used less than the amount called for. My plums were not over-ripe, they were firm to the touch and retained their shape after baking.

  • Chicken with red wine vinegar, tomato & shallots

    • MKinLA on June 08, 2014

      Really terrific recipe. Don't fear the 3/4 cup red wine vinegar; the acidity cooks out of the sauce. jzanger is right - with a dollop of creme fraiche at the end (and browning the chicken in butter), this is not low-calorie cooking, but it's also really, really tasty - the kind of not-too-difficult, high-impact recipe that's perfect for company. Interestingly enough, I made this with couscous as well (Ina Garten's curried couscous from her first book). jzanger, you must try it with the fresh tarragon - finishes the dish expertly.

    • jzanger on February 22, 2013

      Great flavor, even without the fresh tarragon, though I suspect the tarragon would finish it really nicely. We ate this with mashed sweet potatoes and Israeli couscous. The sauce did take a fair amount of time to reduce at the end, to which I did add a touch more honey... The result was worth my patience. Be warned-- this is not a low-calorie chicken recipe!

  • Seared tuna with sweet-sour onions

    • nicolepellegrini on June 30, 2015

      Simple, easy to make, ok, but nothing that blew me out of the water.

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  • ISBN 10 1603201572
  • ISBN 13 9781603201575
  • Published Sep 14 2010
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 256
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Food & Wine Books
  • Imprint Food & Wine Books


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