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Recipes: Good Food Passover

Matzo Lasagna for Passover

Over the years I’ve written a number of recipes for Passover that have found their way onto various sites.  Here’s the complete list along with Passover recipes from friends that we’ve posted on this blog in the past.
Angeli Sephardi Haroset
Pesce in Carpione (Gefülte Fish substitute)
Italian Chopped Liver + More
Vegan Matzo Balls
Matzo Brei (Two Ways)
Evan’s (used to be Bittman’s) Pot Roast 
Angeli Matzo Lasagna
Spring Vegetable Saute
Artichokes …

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Recipe: Duck Jerky

Posted March 28, 2014 by | Comments Off | ]
Photo (c) 2013 by Holly A. Heyser

A dehydrator is useful for making this recipe, but you can also dry the meat in a warm oven or on the crackling backseat of a car during the summer.

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Recipe: Groundhog (or Chicken or Rabbit) Cacciatore

Posted February 2, 2014 by | Comments Off | ]

If, this Groundhog Day, you find yourself with a groundhog carcass you don’t want to waste, consider making Groundhog Cacciatore.

What? Does that sound like an unlikely scenario? It happened to Ian Knauer. A groundhog was eating all of his vegetables, so he shot it and cooked it in a stew.

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Recipe: Classic Tonkatsu

Posted January 10, 2014 by | Comments Off | ]
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Tonkatsu, that savory, deep fried, porky Japanese comfort dish is perfect for a cozy night in. Katsu is great over rice, in a sandwich, or even “slathered with Japanese curry,” say the authors of Japanese Soul Cooking. This recipe reveals a family secret on how to make katsu even crunchier.

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Heston Blumenthal on Recreating Lewis Carroll’s Mock Turtle Soup

Posted December 31, 2013 by | Comments Off | ]
Heston Blumenthal's Mock Turtle Soup

If you’re on the hunt for a handy New Years recipe for the home cook, this is not your blog post. But if you’re looking for inspiration, take a listen to British chef Heston Blumenthal describe his Mock Turtle Soup.

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Kwanzaa Recipe: Chicken Yassa

Posted December 21, 2013 by | Comments Off | ]
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Food historian Jessica Harris tells Good Food host Evan Kleiman that she likes to serve Chicken Yassa, a Senagalese dish infused with multiple layers of flavor from grilling, stewing, and a lemon juice and onion marinade.

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Recipe: Christmas Goose

Posted December 18, 2013 by | Comments Off | ]
Photo: Holly A. Heyser

Many people have fond associations of traditional Christmas Goose. So why do so few of us make it?

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Thanksgiving Recipe: Mexican Turkey with Chorizo, Pecan, Apple, and Corn Bread Stuffing

Posted November 19, 2013 by | Comments Off | ]
Photo: Penny De Los Santos

This Thanksgiving, consider making Mexican Thanksgiving Turkey with Chorizo, Pecan, Apple, and Corn Bread Stuffing.

The recipe calls for marinating the bird in citrus, onions, garlic, and anchiote paste (made from annatto seed), then roasting it in banana leaves. You can adapt this method to chicken, too.

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Thanksgiving Recipe: ‘Iraqi Style’ Turkey and Stuffing

Posted November 18, 2013 by | Comments Off | ]
stuffed turkey iraq

Tired of the same old Thanksgiving stuffing recipe? Here’s one from Nawal Nasrallah, author of Delights from the Garden of Eden: A Cookbook and a History of the Iraqi Cuisine. Last year on Good Food, Nawal detailed the history of the date.

This dish for stuffed roast turkey is actually a traditional recipe that Iraqi Christians typically enjoy on Christmas. The recipe works for both turkey and chicken. …

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Recipe: Duck Sausage with Candied Kumquats– and the Wine that Goes With it

Posted November 6, 2013 by | Comments Off | ]
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Suzanne Goin and Caroline Styne opened their second restaurant, A.O.C. in 2002. Now, just over ten years later, we are treated to the beautiful new A.O.C. cookbook that highlights the restaurant’s signature dishes and wine pairings.

This simple recipe for Duck Sausage with Candied Kumquats from their book has few spices and ingredients so that “the gamy, rich flavor of the duck itself is really the star.”