Leek Soup (Purresuppe)
Garlicky leeks, sweet parsnips and creamy potatoes blend together for a heart-warming dish.
Salmon and Root Vegetable Packets
Salmon and fresh vegetables are seasoned with fresh dill, butter, salt and pepper.
Rutabaga and Carrot Mash
One of Norway’s most abundant root vegetables, the rutabaga is called “the orange of the North” as it’s a rich source of vitamin C.
Chickpea, Cheese and Onion Burgers
Perfect in a toasted bun, these spicy meat-free burgers will become firm family favorites.
Duck Glazed with Curry and Honey
These timings and temperatures should give you ducks that are medium-rare—that is still a bit pink at the joints. If you like your duck well done, cook longer.
James Beard’s Turkey Chili
This savory turkey chili includes two surprise ingredients: almonds and peanuts.
Roast Duck with Oranges
This duck recipes is a much simplified version of the French standard canard à l’ orange.
Leek and Ricotta Tart
The combination of pine nuts and raisins with leeks may well be new to you but it’s certainly a successful one.
Chicken and Broccoli Casserole
A wide, shallow baking dish, such as a gratin or casserole, provides plenty of space for the crumbs on top of this homey chicken dish.
Broccoli and Baby Bellas
A last minute splash of balsamic gives the broccoli and mushrooms a vinegary edge.
Roasted Broccoli, Red Pepper and Onion
The combination of roasted broccoli, sweet pepper and onion works well as a side dish with grilled fish, poultry or meat.
Broccoli Cheese Soup
A soup for all seasons, this cheesy broccoli soup can be served hot, cold or at room temperature.
Sauteed Mustard Greens
Sautéeing preserves some of greens' sturdy texture, and bacon gives them a traditional Southern flavor.
Garlic-Braised Broccoli Rabe
The bright, astringent flavor of this broccoli cousin makes it the quintessential greens-lover's greens.