Crop: Lemon

Easy-As-Pie Rhubarb Pie

This is a truly easy, incredibly delicious pie that looks like it takes much more effort than it actually does. Once you start eating it, none of that matters, either. Easy-As-Pie Rhubarb Pie 1 unbaked 9-inch piecrust (plus extra for top crust or lattice, if desired) 4 cups diced rhubarb stalks ¼ cup flour 1¼ […]

Boursin Dip

Add other fresh herbs to taste—rosemary, thyme, basil, oregano, summer savory, sage—any or all, it’s all good. If necessary, thin with sour cream or yogurt to the desired dipping consistency. I make this dip at least a day ahead to let the flavors mingle. Boursin Dip 8 ounces cream cheese (softened) 1 tablespoon lemon juice […]

Fabulous Poached Pears

Pears and poaching go together even better than babies and diapers. Poaching involves long, very gentle cooking and is an excellent method of preparing pears with less-than-optimal flavor. Use firmer pears like Boscs, Seckels, or Anjous; softer varieties like Bartletts and Comices will fall apart. Fabulous Poached Pears 4 pears ((use firmer pears like Boscs, […]

Chicken with 40 Cloves of Garlic

  Chicken with 40 Cloves of Garlic Do not be alarmed at the quantity of garlic in this traditional French dish. Baking the garlic in the oven along with the bird softens and mellows it to a piquant, sumptuous sweetness, with none of the harsh pungency of the raw bulb. As you eat, squeeze the […]

Apple-Chile Cobbler

  Apple-Chile Cobbler This cobbler starts out tamely enough, with the usual apples and the warm spiciness of cinnamon, nutmeg, and allspice. But then the unexpected punch of roasted chile peppers kicks in, giving this classic dessert uncommon depth, savoriness, and personality. For the apple mixture 6 crisp apples (Granny Smith, Fuji, or Gala) (cored […]

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