How to Make Rhubarb Compote

Rhubarb Compote recipe

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Rhubarb is all about town. Are you sick of it yet? A few weeks ago I brought you rhubarb curd and while I love that recipe, I wanted to give you something that’s a million times easier and faster. This compote is delicious on everything from an English muffin (pictured) to a Belgian waffle and even a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Everything with ice cream, always.

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Toss Together a Spring Sunchoke Fava Bean Salad

Spring Sunchoke Fava Bean Salad recipe

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While spring is one of my favorite seasons, it’s the brief overlap as winter morphs into spring that’s truly magical. It’s a sentiment that’s perfectly captured by verdant crocuses poking their bulbous purple blossoms out from under a blanket of melting snow. In the food department, it’s a similar scene, with the last vestiges of winter’s root vegetables for sale alongside spring onions and peas.

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Make No-Mayo Potato Salad with Bacon

No-Mayo Potato Salad recipe

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I’m not a big potato salad lover. When I see it on the tables at gatherings, it’s usually a big ol’ skip for me.

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Prepare Sriracha Chicken for a Quick Meal

Sriracha Chicken recipe

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This delightfully simple sriracha chicken uses ingredients you probably already have in the pantry and makes a marvelously juicy chicken lacquered in a sweet and spicy glaze that’s redolent of ginger and garlic. Best of all, it all comes together in about 10 minutes, making it perfect for a quick weeknight dinner.

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Make Salted Coconut Caramel Without Dairy

Salted Coconut Caramel recipe

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As you probably know from many of my recipes, I’m a lover of butter. We have a pretty solid relationship. I’m not one to subscribe to the idea that oils are better than butter, but I do understand that sometimes people can’t have dairy or some choose to simply not consume animal by-products. One ingredient that vegans love that I also adore is coconut milk. I could eat coconut everything all day long, I don’t tire of the flavor. It’s summer-y and refreshing and makes me feel like I’m on an island somewhere when I’m usually at home in front of my computer.

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Mix Together a Bowl of Kale Slaw

Kale Slaw recipe

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I have a confession to make … despite making concessions based on its nutritional content and posting the occasional recipe, truth be told, kale isn’t something I’d ever order off a restaurant menu, and it isn’t really something I’d choose to buy unless it was on sale, or I felt like I had to do a kale post after a series of meat posts. Such was the case this past week when I found a big bunch of kale at a grocery store in Tokyo. Kale hasn’t caught on here much, and it’s the first time I’ve ever seen it in Japan outside of the occasional decorative planter.

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Make Smoked Cheddar Black Pepper Mac ‘n Cheese

Smoked Cheddar Black Pepper Mac 'n Cheese recipe

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The pairing of black pepper and cheddar is one that is longstanding, and for good reason—it’s special! It goes back to the days when I used to come home from school and make myself mac n cheese from the blue box. And always, always was there tons of black pepper cracked into the pot and even more on top for garnish. I used to sit in front of the television so content, watching a half hour or so of TV before it was time to do my homework.

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Prepare a Plate of Arroz Amarillo

Arroz Amarillo recipe

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One look at a mound of arroz amarillo, and I always anticipate something incredibly savory with a flavor to match its intense color. Unfortunately my fantasies of an ultra-flavorful rice are usually shattered in one bite by mushy, bland, one-dimensional rice that tastes of nothing more than MSG laden “sazón.”

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