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Main Course Recipes, Meat Dishes, Vegetarian Dishes and More
This Dominican-style hamburger is topped with sautéed cabbage, onion, and tomato and doused in a Worcestershire-spiked ketchup-mayonnaise blend known as
Kill City Chili
This meaty, curry-spiced chili first appeared in the “Eat This” column in the February 1992 issue of Sassy magazine as a recipe courtesy of Weasel, a character from the comic strip “Guy Stuff” by Jim Ryan.
The egg-based marinade in this barbecued chicken dish from upstate New York keeps the meat juicy and, used as a baste, lends the skin a lustrous caramelized sheen.
Beurre manié, a mixture of softened butter and flour, thickens this rustic wine-infused oxtail stew.
Roast Pork with Sinner Stuffing
A generous pour of bourbon is the secret to this juicy pork loin's sweet fruit stuffing.
Halibut with Marinated Chanterelles and Chamomile
Halibut with chanterelle mushrooms and pleasingly bitter fresh chamomile makes for a beautiful dish from chef Tom Colicchio.
Faggots with Onion Gravy (Welsh-Style Pork Meatballs with Onion Gravy)
The Cwmcerrig Farm Shop in Wales serves these hearty liver-enriched pork meatballs doused in a buttery onion gravy.
Chao Nian Gao (Shanghai Stir-Fried Rice Cakes)
Chewy rice cakes bring delightful texture to this spicy vegetarian stir-fry.
Cooked and Raw Winter Salad
Bacon, parmesan, and pine nuts combine with a medley of cooked and raw vegetables in this satisfying salad from
The Canal House
's Christopher Hirsheimer.
Migas con Chorizo (Scrambled Eggs with Bread and Chorizo)
This Spanish-style egg scramble, made with spicy chorizo and chunks of olive oil-crisped bread, is as satisfying for dinner as it is for breakfast.
Pollo alla Cacciatora (Hunter's Wife's Chicken)
This stew, a northern Italian braise of chicken and vegetables in a tomato sauce, is adapted from a recipe by Marcella Hazan.
Tartiflette (French Bacon, Potato, and Reblochon Casserole)
Reblochon, a soft washed-rind cheese from the French Alps, adds a luxurious creaminess and delicious pungency to this simple bacon and potato gratin.
Bindaeduk Cho Kanjang (Korean Mung Bean Pancakes with Dipping Sauce)
These savory Korean pancakes are made from a batter of ground mung beans flecked with pork, scallions, and pungent kimchi.
Oeufs en Cocotte au Saumon Fumé (Eggs Baked with Smoked Salmon)
Eggs mixed with cream are poached over a bed of smoked salmon in this simple yet elegant breakfast dish from chef Wolfgang Puck.
Magret à la D’Artagnan
A rich pan sauce of reduced red wine, armagnac, and black truffle butter adorns seared duck breasts for an impressive holiday dish that's also surprisingly simple to make.
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