Closely related to garlic and onion but lighter in flavor, leeks are a staple of soups and stews.
Sweet and savory, this fragrant, colorful side dish can be served hot or at room temperature. Garam masala, the spice mix used for flavor, is a curry-powder-like blend from Northern India. If you don’t have any on hand, substitute 1 teaspoon curry powder. ...read more
Sliced chard stems are sautéed with leeks, then combined with chard leaves, garlic, and a velvety white sauce, and baked with a crispy breadcrumb topping. If you don’t have small custard cups or baking dishes, you can make one larger gratin using a shallow 4-cup baking dish. ...read more
The garnishes for this hearty Mexican stew make for a fun meal that lets everyone at the table customize their serving according to taste. STORE/SERVE: Ladle cooled posole into two 2-quart containers, and refrigerate three days or freeze up to three months. Thaw, if necessary, ...read more