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Lasagna with vegetables

Chop the onion and carrot and cook them in hot oil. Wash well and cut the peppers, zucchini and mushrooms into cubes, then add them to the pan. Season, to taste, with salt, pepper and basil and let them cook. Wash the spinach and chop it, then add it over the vegetables. Mix the tomatoes and add the sauce over the vegetables with the crushed garlic and simmer until low. when the vegetables are penetrated and the composition thickens.
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Seafood Chowder Recipe

A hearty seafood soup for a comforting wintertime meal from Executive Chef Jawn Chasteen of The Sea Grill in New York City.Ingredients3 slices bacon, chopped½ cup all-purpose flour2 cup onions, diced2 large stalks celery, diced2 cups diced leeks, white parts only1 pound clams, shucked¼ pound shrimp, peeled and deveined1 small lobster, blanched in hot water for 3 minutes, cleaned, and chopped1 ½ cups clam juice1 ½ cups cream1 bay leaf2 sprigs thyme1 pound Russet potatoes, peeled and dicedTabasco and Worcestershire, to tasteChopped parsley, for garnishDirectionsIn a large stainless-steel pot, render bacon over moderately high heat.
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Sweet potatoes with pomegranate and feta recipe

RecipesIngredientsVegetableRoot vegetablesPotato Sweet potato These beauties are super easy to make and even more delicious to eat. Either way, enjoy!4 people made thisIngredientsServes: 4 4 medium sweet potatoes, trim off ends if necessary50g feta, crumbled2 tablespoons fresh pomegranate seeds2 tablespoons soured cream1 tablespoon chives, finely diced1 tablespoon butter2 pinches of paprika1 pinch of nutmeg1 pinch of cinnamonsalt and pepperolive oilMethodPrep:10min ›Cook:1hr ›Ready in:1hr10minPreheat oven to 200 C / Gas 6.
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Red The Steakhouse: South Beach Chic

& 34;When in South Beach, do as South Beach does: Show up in a hot whip, stay in a five-star resort, live well, and eat well — as in the excitement of the color Red and the taste of a great steak,& 34; explains up-and-coming chef, Stephen L. Young, whose relayed his take on one of Miami’s hottest eateries to The Daily Meal:From the moment you step onto the rich, dark hardwood floors, the warmth of Red The Steakhouse’s décor becomes quite obvious.
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Quick mayonnaise

in less than a minute you have good mayonnaise to eat it ... 1 egg, 300 ml oil, lemon juice, salt, vertical mixer with glass. Portions: -Cooking time: less than 15 minutes RECIPE PREPARATION Quick mayonnaise: In put the whole egg in the mixer glass (without the shell), taking care not to break the yolk, add the oil and then insert the mixer all the way down, press the button and.
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Celebrate New York Tartan Week with Scottish Chef Cook-Off

Watch chef Jeff Bland duke it out against The Highlands& 39; Matt HardnerThe pride and cuisine of Scotland comes to New York this week during New York Tartan Week, which celebrates Scottish culture with events all week from Visit Scotland. One of the highlights of Tartan Week is the Scottish cook-off on April 8th between two esteemed chefs — one Scottish, executive chef Jeff Bland of the Balmoral in Edinburgh and Scotland’s Chef of the Year in 2012 — and the other, New Zealander by birth but Scotsman at heart, chef Matt Hardner of The Highlands, an authentic and contemporary Scottish gastro pub in the West Village that was recently named by Thrillist as one of the best whiskey bars in America.
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