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Green Beans and Carrots In Charmoula Sauce

Charmoula is a North African pesto of sorts, usually made from garlic, cumin, fresh herbs, oil, and lemon juice. Here, paprika adds a warm note to the mix. This vibrant side dish tastes great hot, warm, or at room temperature....

Roasted Squash And Polenta Torta with Red Onion Marmalade

Serves 10 to 12 1 2- to 3-lb. kabocha squash, halved and seeded; or butternut squash, halved, seeded, and sliced crosswise 1½ inch thick 2 Tbs. extra-virgin olive oil; more for the baking sheet and pan 5 cups homemade or store-bought vegetable broth 2½ cups coarse cornmeal polenta, such...

Butter-and-Herb-Roasted Turkey with Madeira Jus

Serves 10 to 12, with a good probability of leftovers FOR THE BROTH 3 Tbs. extra-virgin olive oil Neck from a 13- to 14-lb. turkey (below), cut into 3 or 4 pieces Giblets from a 13- to 14-lb. turkey (below), chopped (optional) Sea salt 4 medium cloves garlic, chopped 2 medium carrots,...

Classic French Toast

For perfectly golden, crisp results, use a heavy-duty pan that distributes heat evenly The batter can be made ahead and kept at room temperature for up to 1 hour....

Sour Cream and Leek Mashed Potatoes

Potatoes and leeks are a classic flavor pairing, and here, they come together in luscious, creamy mashed potatoes. Serve with roasted chicken or meatloaf, or as a bed for seared or baked fish. This recipe doubles or triples easily but add the milk in increments,...

Roasted Fennel with Asiago and Thyme

Roasting fennel brings out its mellow sweetness; a sprinkling of thyme and grated Asiago dresses it up. If you double this recipe, use two baking sheets so the fennel isn’t too crowded to brown....

Seared Broccolini with Bacon and Parmigiano

Broccolini has a crisp, thin stem, small florets, and flavor notes of asparagus and broccoli. Here, its steamed until tender and then pan-seared for a lightly charred flavor that’s complemented by the rich bacon, the nutty cheese, and the mild heat of ground chile. You...