Main Dishes

Main Dishes

This is a classic dump-and-cook crock pot recipe.

A quick stint on the grill and a rub of brightly flavored gremolata make this steak an easy and flavorful weeknight dinner option.

If you think the artichokes might be a deal breaker with the kids -- make it anyway!

Shrimp cooked in caramel sauce (tom kho) is among my favorite Viet comfort foods.

Quinoa is a fun, flavorful, and gluten-free alternative to traditional brown rice in sushi rolls.

The master recipe for the ur-beer-can chicken, the showstopper that will dazzle your family and friends. 

Dip them in milk, then in flour, and sauté them slowly in butter in a frying pan over medium heat until golden brown all over.

Every year for the holidays, Mormor would make her famous gravlax. It wouldn't have been Christmas without it. 

It's a classic dish from Mexico's Yucatan but a bit on the unusual side for non-Hispanic palates.

Normally, keftedes are made with ground meat (they're basically meatballs). These vegetarian alternatives are packed with flavor.

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  • Nordic cuisine: Leave the herring, take the taco quiche

    With almost 800 pages of recipes and striking photography, Magnus Nilsson's The Nordic Cookbook is the definitive work on the food cultures of his native land. He spoke with Melissa Clark about the impact winter has on the Nordic countries, the common source of everyone's family herring recipe, and the enduring popularity of taco quiche.

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Reviving an 8,000-year-old winemaking tradition in Georgia

John Wurdeman studied music and art before becoming a winemaker in the country of Georgia. His winery, Pheasant's Tears, has revived an 8,000-year-old Georgian winemaking tradition. He tells Melissa Clark what brought him there, the myriad varieties of Georgian wines, and the integral part they play in that country's meals.