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  • Quick Cheese Bread

    Run-of-the-mill cheese bread is at once dry and greasy, with fleeting cheese flavor. We were after something different: a rich, moist loaf topped with a bold, cheesy crust.

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  • Quick Cheese Bread with Bacon, Onion, and Gruyère

    Run-of-the-mill cheese bread is at once dry and greasy, with fleeting cheese flavor. We were after something different: a rich, moist loaf topped with a bold, cheesy crust.

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  • Chef's Salad

    Fast-food joints have given this retro supper salad a bad name (and a plastic fork). Could we produce a substantial salad with supermarket staples?

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  • Chef's Salad with Fennel, Asiago, and Salami

    Fast-food joints have given this retro supper salad a bad name (and a plastic fork). Could we produce a substantial salad with supermarket staples?

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  • Sweet and Tangy Oven-Barbecued Chicken

    The idea—barbecued chicken straight from your oven—is a great one. Unfortunately, the real thing is dry and tough, with a tasteless, baked-on sauce. Could we save this recipe?

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  • Foolproof Oven-Baked Brown Rice

    Forget the instructions on the back of the bag, unless you want scorched or mushy rice.

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  • Brown Rice with Parmesan, Lemon, and Herbs

    Forget the instructions on the back of the bag, unless you want scorched or mushy rice.

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  • Sauce Base for Steak Diane—Demi-glace

    Reduced to the level of bad dinner theater, this legendary tableside showpiece was in need of a revival. Could we give this tired classic a new life at home?

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  • Steak Diane

    Reduced to the level of bad dinner theater, this legendary tableside showpiece was in need of a revival. Could we give this tired classic a new life at home?

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  • Classic Macaroni and Cheese

    Why suffer through stodgy, gritty, greasy, or bland mac and cheese? We can steer you toward a delicious, foolproof homemade version that’s fast enough for a weeknight.

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  • Macaroni and Cheese with Ham and Peas

    Neither dull nor excessively rich, macaroni and cheese should please a multitude of palates. Could we find a simple way to make this dish appealing to adults and kids alike?

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  • Macaroni and Cheese with Kielbasa and Mustard

    Neither dull nor excessively rich, macaroni and cheese should please a multitude of palates. Could we find a simple way to make this dish appealing to adults and kids alike?

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  • Marinated Velveted Chicken for Stir-Fry

    Tired of dry, stringy chicken in your stir-fry? We have the solution.

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  • Gingery Stir-Fried Chicken and Bok Choy

    Tired of dry, stringy chicken in your stir-fry? We have the solution.

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  • Spicy Stir-Fried Sesame Chicken with Green Beans and Shiitake Mushrooms

    Tired of dry, stringy chicken in your stir-fry? We have the solution.

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  • Fresh Orange Sherbet

    Unlike ice cream, store-bought sherbet is usually third-rate. If you want a really good fruit sherbet, do you have to make it yourself? Yes.

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  • Fresh Lime Sherbet

    Unlike ice cream, store-bought sherbet is usually third-rate. If you want a really good fruit sherbet, do you have to make it yourself? Yes.

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  • Fresh Raspberry Sherbet

    Unlike ice cream, store-bought sherbet is usually third-rate. If you want a really good fruit sherbet, do you have to make it yourself? Yes.

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  • Coconut Cream Pie

    Most coconut cream pies are no more than coconut-dusted vanilla cream pies. Others use artificial flavoring and taste like suntan lotion. We wanted honest coconut flavor.

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  • Lime-Coconut Cream Pie

    Most coconut cream pies are no more than coconut-dusted vanilla cream pies. Others use artificial flavoring and taste like suntan lotion. We wanted honest coconut flavor.

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  • Banana-Caramel Coconut Cream Pie with Dark Rum

    Most coconut cream pies are no more than coconut-dusted vanilla cream pies. Others use artificial flavoring and taste like suntan lotion. We wanted honest coconut flavor.

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    Chef's Salad with Spinach, Chicken, and Gouda

    Fast-food joints have given this retro supper salad a bad name (and a plastic fork). Could we produce a substantial salad with supermarket staples?

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  • Curried Brown Rice with Tomatoes and Peas

    Forget the instructions on the back of the bag, unless you want scorched or mushy rice.

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  • Brown Rice with Sauteed Mushrooms and Leeks

    Forget the instructions on the back of the bag, unless you want scorched or mushy rice.

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  • Sweet, Sour, and Spicy Stir-Fried Orange Chicken and Broccoli with Cashews

    Tired of dry, stringy chicken in your stir-fry? We have the solution.

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  • Fresh Lemon Sherbet

    Unlike ice cream, store-bought sherbet is usually third-rate. If you want a really good fruit sherbet, do you have to make it yourself? Yes.

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  • Classic Coconut Cream Pie

    Most coconut cream pies are no more than coconut-dusted vanilla cream pies. Others use artificial flavoring and taste like suntan lotion. We wanted honest coconut flavor.

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May/June

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