Winter/Spring 2021 Issue

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Citrus Salts
Shake up your salt with four creative hacks.
Rachael Ray's Chicken Milanese with Escarole Salad
"You know how I love a chicken cutlet! This one has a breading that’s bumped up with Parm, granulated garlic, lemon zest, crushed red pepper, and plenty of dried herbs. It’s also great with pork or veal cutlets." —Rach
Red Wine-Braised Short Ribs
Love a make-ahead meal? Braised short ribs only get more tender and flavorful with some rest, so if you want, once they’re cooked, feel free to pop them in the fridge to chill for a few hours (or up to 3 days). They’ll be ready to reheat when you are!
Citrus-Soy-Sriracha Broiled Shrimp
The speediest of all oven methods, broiling is basically just grilling done upside down! Use it to get smaller cuts of meat and veggies charred, smoky, and full of big flavor. But watch closely: Because of the intense direct heat, it’s easy to go from browned to burnt fast!
Spice-Rubbed Butterflied Roast Chicken
Roasting and baking both rely on even heat, but these days roasting usually means using high temperatures to cook large cuts of meat (such as chickens, turkeys, tenderloins, or even whole fish!) until tender on the inside, crispy on the outside, and bathed in delicious pan drippings.
Chicken & Leek Pot Pie
Of all the amazing things your oven can do, baking may be the most elemental. Whether you’re whipping up a loaf of sourdough, a batch of snickerdoodles, or a savory pie, harnessing the gentle, indirect heat of the oven is key to perfectly golden results every time.
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Kimchi-Bokkeumbap (Kimchi Fried Rice)
Add crispy nori for a savory topper to this lunch-or-dinner dish.
Pappardelle Boscaiola (Woodsman-Style Pasta)
This tomato sauce with mushrooms hits all the hearty, savory notes. It’s a porcini mushroom lover’s perfect meal—no experience as a woodsman necessary.

Myeolchi-Dasima-Gukmul (Kelp Stock)

Maangchi's Myeolchi-Dasima-Gukmul, or anchovy-kelp stock, is great to make in big batches, and can be stored in the freezer for up to 3 months.