These twelve recipes span the globe in inspiration; from a decidedly Japanese take on linguine with clams, to a fused Indian-Chinese version of cauliflower, to the decidedly British syllabub. What they all have in common is their authenticity, their soulfulness, and their unique use of ingredients — a perfect jumping-off point for your next dinner party.
This Indian-inspired dish, from a recipe in River Cottage Everyday by author Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall (Ten Speed Press, 2011), flavors lentils with caraway and coriander to make a quick, fragrant soup.
In our December issue, the SAVEUR Editors review five of their favorite books from this year: Pushpesh Pant's India Cookbook, The Food, Folklore, and Art of Lowcountry Cooking by Joseph E. Dabney, Harold McGee's Keys to Good Cooking: A Guide to Making the Best of Foods and Recipes, Molly O'Neill's One Big Table, and High on the Hog: A Culinary Journey from Africa to America by SAVEUR contributing editor Jessica B. Harris. Keep reading »