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Turkey

Salsa Verde Tacos Salvage Dry Leftover Turkey

Thanksgiving leftovers are an easy meal to put on repeat, but the turkey gets drier and drier with each day. The key to salvaging it is rehydrating it in a flavorful sauce that turns it into a completely different meal. 

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Beef

Curry Powder Shortcuts Savory Beef Skewers

Across Southeast Asia, sidewalk hawkers offer sizzling meat skewers bathed in the smoky aroma of smoldering wood coals and a seemingly endless combination of savory sauces. 

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clams

Clams Get Update In A Tangy Chowder

Sweet corn and briny clams could be the most classic of American pairings. Hundreds of years before Europeans arrived on New England shores, Native Americans created the clambake by digging pits in the sand to steam them with lobster.

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Braise

Spice Cabinet Shortcut Speeds Up This Kurdish Braise

The elaborate pilafs, roasts and other celebratory dishes of the Middle East often take time that home cooks don’t have. But they still can provide ample fodder for inspiration. 

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Burgers

Indian Spice Blend Makes Better Burgers

The quest for better burgers often focuses, wrongly, on the toppings. For Labor Day, let’s instead pack flavor into the meat itself.

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Tahini

Blueberries Bring Out Sweet Side Of Tahini

The sesame paste known as tahini is becoming better known to American cooks, largely because of hummus, but also thanks to the nutty richness it lends to falafel, grilled meats and roasted vegetables.

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