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After recovering from turkey leftovers, a bowl of spicy tomato soup will hit the spot.
Fried rounds of store-bought polenta are topped with fresh mozzarella, caramelized onions and apricot jam for lunch on a busy Sunday.
Sweet Hungarian paprika, garlic, cayenne pepper, sumac, diced tomatoes with green chilies and just a bit of lamb make Turkish-style red lentil soup with chard a lively, healthy, robust meal in a bowl.
Keep quesadillas on hand as a kitchen staple and you'll never be left wondering what to whip up fast again.
Creating your own simple syrup is a deliciously refreshing way to dress up seltzer for a cool summer beverage.
Cool off your Fourth of July party with a tall glass of fruity iced tea.
Build a meal with cold rice noodles, add your favorite crunchy vegetables, top with peanut sauce, fresh herbs, and a pan-seared steak.
Quiche is so easy it should be a weekly staple in your rotation of recipes.
The melting pot of American cuisine in Chicago is a reminder that every American has an ancestor who was an immigrant.
Craving a sandwich but not the bread? Use patacones (twice fried green plantains) to hold your sandwich fillings instead.
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