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This hearty fish stew fairly bursts with onions, celery, and bell peppers—Acadiana's signature flavors.
Use the highest quality olive oil in this salad to enhance its varied, intense flavors.
Parsley, long dismissed as a mere garnish, proves itself a flavorful accent in this soup.
A mellow béchamel sauce balances the sharpness of the cheese and the smokiness of the ham in this classic Savoyard recipe.
A savory American classic, meat loaf has been around as long as there has been ground meat.
Warm and inviting, this soup is French mountain cooking at its purest.
Slide your spoon into a bowl of these silky beans made with the best fruity olive oil you can buy.
This savory spread is equally at home as an elegant hors d’oeuvre, a casual snack, or in a picnic basket.
This immensely satifying sauce is just the right combination of salty, sweet, and sharp.
Flavorful and simple to prepare, this is a typical vegetable dish found in Indian households at lunchtime.
This is a typical dish prepared from the rich abundance of ingredients found in Madras, India.
This spicy dish marries traditional Indian spices with the split pea stew known as sambar.
An aromatic mixture of spices liven up this basic vegetable-and-grain dish from southern India.
This hearty meat and vegetable stew is one of the most famous dishes in the Savoyard repertoire.
The cuisine of southern India uses aromatic spices to perk up even simple dishes like this one.