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MORE THAN 40 DISHES FROM MARTHA STEWART
AND OTHER FAMOUS CHEFS
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Thanksgiving dinner is a wonderful
celebration of home and family,
and we’d like to help you
make this year’s feast
your most memorable ever.
That’s why I’ve asked an esteemed group
of chefs — including Emeril Lagasse, Eric Ripert,
and Sara Moulton — to share with you their go-to
Thanksgiving recipes, and I’ve added many of my
own favorites as well. In this book, you’ll find
inspiring ideas for every course, from appetizers
to desserts. We hope you enjoy making these
wonderful dishes for your family as much as we do.
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Winter Squash Dip ........................................................................................ 5
Martha Stewart
Artichoke Soup with Poached Oysters ............................................ 6
Emeril Lagasse
Mushroom-Potato Crema with Roasted Poblanos ..................... 7
Rick Bayless
Gougères with Espelette ........................................................................... 8
Daniel Boulud
Roasted Sunchokes with Walnuts and Sage ................................. 9
Mario Batali
Sweet Potato Turkey Chowder .............................................................. 10
David Burke
Beer-Brined Smoked Catfish ................................................................. 12
Elizabeth Karmel
Prosciutto-Crusted Asparagus Egg Toast
& Sherry-Shallot Vinaigrette .................................................................. 14
Charlie Palmer
Pumpkin Soup ................................................................................................. 16
Mike Price
T URKEY / ENT RÉES
Roast Turkey with Brown Sugar and Mustard Glaze .................. 18
Martha Stewart
Deep-Fried Turkey ........................................................................................ 19
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Honey-Lemon-Thyme Cornish Game Hens .................................... 20
Emeril Lagasse
Butternut Squash Lasagna ....................................................................... 21
Emeril Lagasse
Agnolotti di Zucca ....................................................................................... 23
Nick Anderer
Fried Turkey Legs with Sunny’s Quick Cranberry Salsa ......... 25
Sunny Anderson
Carrot-Barley Risotto with Shiitake Mushrooms .......................... 27
Michael Anthony
Leg of Lamb in a Clementine Crust ..................................................... 28
Mario Batali
Riesling Roast Turkey with Fig and Root Vegetable Dressing .. 29
Joey Campanaro
Long Island Duck Breast with Sunchoke Spaetzle
and Duck Confit ............................................................................................... 30
Amanda Freitag
Black Currant-Lacquered Duck Breast ................................................. 32
Michael Lomonaco
S I DES & SAL ADS
Pecan Cornbread Dressing ..................................................................... 34
Martha Stewart
Caramelized Chestnuts and Brussels Sprouts ............................... 35
Martha Stewart
Honey-Roasted Vegetables .................................................................... 36
Martha Stewart
Emeril’s Roasted Beet Salad with Walnut Dressing
and Cheese Crisps ....................................................................................... 37
Emeril Lagasse
Spicy-Sugared Nuts and Bacon ............................................................ 39
Sunny Anderson
Roasted Pumpkin with Fontina Fonduta .......................................... 40
Mario Batali
Roasted Acorn Squash with Maple Syrup and Lime .................. 41
Floyd Cardoz
Parmesan Black Pepper Biscuits ........................................................... 42
Gale Gand
Arugula Salad with Pomegranate, Walnuts and Quince .......... 43
Kerry Heffernan
Brussels Sprout Salad ................................................................................. 44
Antonia Lofaso
Spiced Peas and Onion .............................................................................. 45
Sara Moulton
Black Barley and Autumn Vegetables ............................................... 46
Michel Nischan
Roasted Fingerling Potatoes .................................................................. 47
Eric Ripert
Cauliflower with Shell Beans and an Herb Oil ............................... 48
Bill Telepan
Crisp Potatoes Barbuto Style ................................................................. 49
Jonathan Waxman
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Pear and Cranberry Sorbet ...................................................................... 54
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Pumpkin Cheesecake .................................................................................. 56
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Pumpkin Bread Pudding ............................................................................ 57
Donatella Arpaia
Pear and Hazelnut Cake ............................................................................. 58
Mario Batali
Spiced Maple Pecan Pie with Star Anise .......................................... 59
Melissa Clark
Hazelnut Brittle............................................................................................... 61
Gina DePalma
Butternut Squash Gingerbread .............................................................. 62
Tom Douglas
All-in-One Holiday Bundt Cake ............................................................. 64
Dorie Greenspan
Grammy’s Apple Cake ................................................................................ 66
Mike Price
Apple Pie ............................................................................................................ 67
Wolfgang Puck
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Holiday Cocktails ........................................................................................... 71
Allen Katz
Pumpkin Smash .............................................................................................. 72
Daniel Boulud
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Thanksgiving Entertaining Tips ............................................................. 74
Isaac Mizrahi
Thanksgiving Planner .................................................................................. 75
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S O U P S & S T A R T E R S
Artichoke Soup with Poached Oysters
by Emeril Lagasse
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W I N T E R S Q U A S H D I P
INGREDIENTS
Makes about 6 cups
1 winter squash (about 2 pounds), such as butternut
or turban, unpeeled, seeded,
and cut into 3-inch pieces
Extra-virgin olive oil, for drizzling
Coarse salt and freshly ground pepper, to taste
2 heads garlic, tops cut off to expose cloves
1 1/4 sticks (10 tablespoons) unsalted butter,
room temperature
8 scallions, white and pale-green parts only,
sliced 1 inch thick
2 chipotle chiles (canned in adobo sauce)
2 cups (16 ounces) sour cream
8 ounces cream cheese, room temperature
1 1/4 cups grated Parmesan cheese (about 4 ounces)
4 teaspoons fresh lemon juice
Paprika, for sprinkling
Roasted pepitas (pumpkin seeds), for garnish
Breadsticks, for dipping
DIRECTIONS
1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Place squash on a rimmed
baking sheet. Drizzle with oil, season with salt and pepper,
and toss. Spread squash in a single layer. Place garlic on a piece
of parchment-lined foil. Drizzle with oil, and wrap loosely. Place
on baking sheet with squash. Bake until squash is soft and
golden brown, about 50 minutes. Let cool slightly.
2. Meanwhile, melt 4 tablespoons butter in a skillet over medium
heat. Add scallions, and cook, stirring occasionally, until
softened, about 4 minutes.
3. Scoop flesh from squash, and transfer to a food processor.
Squeeze garlic from skins, and add to squash. Add scallions
and chipotles, and pulse until smooth. Add remaining 6
tablespoons butter, the sour cream, cream cheese, Parmesan,
and lemon juice, and pulse until just combined but not smooth.
Season with salt and pepper.
4. Pour into a hollowed-out squash or a serving bowl. Refrigerate
for 1 hour. Sprinkle with paprika, and garnish with pepitas.
Serve with breadsticks.
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BY MARTHA STEWART
As first seen in the October 2007 issue of Martha Stewart Living
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For a festive presentation, serve this appetizer in a large, round, hollowed-out squash, such as a turban.
Photo Credit: John Kernick
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BY EMERIL LAGASSE
A R T I C H O K E S O U P
W I T H P O A C H E D O Y S T E R S
INGREDIENTS
Serves 6-8
1⁄2 cup mascarpone cheese
1 tablespoon chopped fresh parsley leaves
1 tablespoon thinly sliced fresh chives
1 tablespoon chopped fresh tarragon leaves
1 teaspoon grated lemon zest
1 teaspoon freshly squeezed lemon juice
50 small raw oysters (about 1 pint), picked over carefully
for shell pieces, oyster liquor reserved
2 cups clam juice, or as needed
8 tablespoons (1 stick) unsalted butter
2 shallots, minced
2 leeks, white part only, minced
2 celery stalks, minced
2 cloves garlic, minced
2 tablespoons all-purpose flour
1 cup dry white wine
Four 14.5-ounce cans quartered artichoke hearts,
drained and rinsed
4 cups chicken stock or canned low-sodium chicken broth
4 cups heavy cream
2 teaspoons salt
1⁄2 teaspoon cayenne
1 tablespoon fresh chervil leaves
1 tablespoon chive blossoms, if available,
or snipped chives, for garnish
DIRECTIONS
1. In a small bowl, combine the mascarpone, parsley, sliced chives,
tarragon, lemon zest, and lemon juice. Mix well and set aside in
the refrigerator.
2. Strain the oysters over a fine-mesh sieve and reserve the oysters
and strained liquor separately. Add enough of the clam juice to
bring the oyster liquor up to 2 cups.
3. Heat the butter in a large, heavy pot over medium heat. Add
the shallots, leeks, celery, and garlic and cook, stirring frequently,
until translucent, about 8 minutes. Sprinkle the flour over the
vegetables and cook, stirring constantly, for about 1 minute.
Stir in the wine and simmer until thickened and bubbly, about
30 seconds. Add the artichoke hearts, stock, cream, oyster
liquor/clam juice mixture, salt, and cayenne and bring to a
brisk simmer. Cook for 10 minutes, then remove the soup from
the heat and purée in batches in a blender. (Note: use caution
when puréeing hot liquids.)
4. Strain the soup through a fine-mesh sieve, pressing to extract as
much liquid as possible. Discard the solids and return the soup to
a clean pot. Warm the soup gently over low heat until it returns to
a simmer.
5. Add the oysters to the soup and return the soup to a simmer,
cooking until the edges of the oysters curl and they are just
cooked through, 2 to 3 minutes. Remove the soup from the
heat and stir in 1⁄4 cup of the mascarpone mixture. Adjust the
seasoning if necessary. Serve the soup immediately, each bowl
garnished with a dollop of the remaining mascarpone mixture,
chervil leaves, and chive blossoms.
Photos by: Steven Freeman
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Chef Emeril Lagasse is the chef/proprietor of 12 restaurants in locations including New Orleans, Las Vegas, Orlando, and Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
He has hosted over 2000 shows on the Food Network, and his latest series, Emeril’s Table, can be seen on Hallmark Channel. In addition to
his television presence, Emeril has a live, call-in radio program, Cooking with Emeril, which airs exclusively on Martha Stewart Living
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Radio on
SiriusXM. Lagasse is the author of 16 cookbooks including his newest book, Sizzling Skillets and other One-Pot Wonders.
From Sizzling Skillets and Other One Pot Wonders by Emeril Lagasse. © 2011 by copyright MSLO, Inc., all rights reserved. Courtesy of HarperCollins Publishers.
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BY RICK BAYLESS
M U S H R O O M - P O T A T O C R E M A
W I T H R O A S T E D P O B L A N O S
INGREDIENTS
Serves 4
4 medium (about 1 pound total) red-skin boiling or Yukon
Gold potatoes, cut into roughly 1-inch pieces
3 garlic cloves, peeled and halved
6 cups chicken or vegetable broth
1 large fresh poblano chile
8 ounces mushrooms (I like shiitake or oyster mushrooms),
sliced 1/4-inch thick (you’ll have about 3 cups
of slices)
1 scant cup corn kernels (they can be frozen or ones
you’ve cut off one to two large ears)
1 large sprig fresh epazote (you can substitute a big sprig
of fresh thyme, or leave it out altogether)
1/4 cup plain yogurt, heavy cream or sour cream
Salt
About 1/4 cup roughly chopped cilantro, for garnish
DIRECTIONS
1. Scoop the potatoes and garlic into a medium (3-quart) saucepan,
pour in half of the broth and set over high heat. When the liquid
boils, reduce the heat to medium and simmer briskly until the
potatoes are tender, about 15 minutes.
2. While the potatoes are cooking, roast the poblano over an open
flame or 4 inches below a broiler, turning regularly until blistered
and blackened all over, about 5 minutes for an open flame, about
10 minutes for a broiler. Cover with a kitchen towel. When cool
enough to handle, rub the blackened skin off the chiles and pull
out the stem and seed pod. Rinse the chile flesh to remove bits
of skin and seeds. Cut into 1/4-inch pieces.
3. When the potatoes are tender, use an immersion blender to puree
the soup base (or blending in several batches in a food processor
or loosely covered blender draped with a kitchen towel and return
to the pan). Add the remaining half of the broth, the mushrooms,
poblano, corn and epazote (or thyme, if using). Simmer 10
minutes over medium heat.
4. Just before serving, scoop out about 1/2 cup of the hot soup
into a small bowl. Mix in the yogurt, cream or sour cream. Stir the
mixture back into the pot, then taste and season with salt, usually
about 1 1/2 teaspoons. Ladle the soup into bowls and sprinkle with
cilantro. Soup’s on.
This soup shows off the natural affinity between earthy mushrooms and earthy potatoes. Too much of a good thing can, sometimes, lead to lost
luster, which is why I like the deep-green spice of roasted poblanos in this soup. And the aromatic flecks of cilantro. And, of course, the sweet bits
of corn. If I want to gild this beautiful lily, I’ll cook a small handful of chopped bacon until crisp and add it to the soup just before serving.
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Most people know Rick Bayless from winning the title of Bravo’s Top Chef Master beating out the French and Italian chefs with his authentic
Mexican cuisine. His highly rated on-going Public Television Series, Mexico — One Plate at a Time, can be found on television sets coast to
coast. Rick’s second of seven books, Mexican Kitchen, won the Julia Child IACP Cookbook of the Year Award in 1996, and his fourth book,
Mexico — One Plate at a Time won James Beard Best International Cookbook of the Year Award in 2001.
Riffs on the Potato-Mushroom Soup Theme
Though my version of this soup is vegetarian when made with vegetable broth, it doesn’t have to be. Ham, ham hocks, bacon and
chorizo are all wonderful in this soup — start with about 4 ounces. As is crab. The corn can be easily replaced by other vegetables
that offer a contrast in taste and texture: small fresh fava beans (my favorite), peas, 1-inch lengths of green beans. Use about the
same volume measure. And I love this soup made with half potatoes and half parsnips or young turnips, or rutabaga.
For the Adventurer
Use bacon drippings to sauté a heaping cup of cubed, cleaned nopal cactus pieces until all their liquid has evaporated; add them,
with the bacon, just before serving.
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G O U G È R E S W I T H E S P E L E T T E
INGREDIENTS
Makes approximately 30 gougères
1 cup milk
1 cup water
6 tablespoons unsalted butter, cut into tablespoons
3/4 teaspoon salt
1 1/2 cups plus 1 tablespoon all-purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon Piment d’Espelette
4 large eggs
2 cups shredded Gruyère cheese
Fleur de sel and cracked black pepper
DIRECTIONS
1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Line 2 baking sheets with
parchment paper. In a large saucepan, combine the milk,
water, butter, and salt; bring to a boil over moderately high
heat. Add the flour all at once with the Piment d’Espelette
and beat vigorously with a wooden spoon until the flour
is thoroughly incorporated. Cook the gougère dough,
stirring constantly, until the dough pulls away from the
side of the pan and begins to form a film on the bottom,
about 5-10 minutes.
2. Remove the saucepan from the heat and let stand at room
temperature, stirring occasionally, until the dough cools slightly,
about 5 minutes. Add the eggs one at a time, stirring briskly
between additions to thoroughly incorporate each egg.
3. Drop the dough by 3-tablespoon mounds onto the baking
sheets, 2 inches apart. Top each mound with 1 tablespoon
of cheese; sprinkle with fleur de sel and pepper.
4. Bake the gougères for 30 minutes, rotating the pan halfway
through, until the gougères are puffed and brown. Turn off the
oven. If needed, let the gougères rest in the oven for about 10
minutes longer, until crisp on the outside but still steamy within.
Serve warm or at room temperature.
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Daniel Boulud, a native of Lyon, France, is today considered one of America’s leading culinary authorities.
In all his restaurants you’ll find soulfully satisfying traces of the traditional cooking he grew up with on his family’s farm. He is best known for
the exquisitely refined yet warm and welcoming New York City restaurant DANIEL, the renowned three Michelin star Relais & Châteaux member.
He is also a co-founder and Chairman of the Bocuse d’Or USA Foundation.
BY DANIEL BOULUD
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R O A S T E D S U N C H O K E S
W I T H W A L N U T S A N D S A G E
INGREDIENTS
Serves 8-10
3 pounds sunchokes (Jerusalem artichokes)
3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
2 tablespoons coarse (kosher) salt
2 tablespoons freshly ground black pepper
1 cup walnut halves
Grated zest and juice of 4 lemons
3 tablespoons finely chopped fresh sage leaves
DIRECTIONS
1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
2. Line a rimmed baking sheet with aluminum foil.
3. Rinse the sunchokes under cold water, scrubbing them lightly
to remove any dirt.
4. Cut them into quarters and place the quarters in a large mixing
bowl. Drizzle the sunchokes with the olive oil, sprinkle with the
salt and pepper, and toss with your hands to mix well.
5. Pour the sunchokes onto a baking sheet, and sprinkle the
walnut halves all around them. Bake in the oven, stirring
once or twice, until the sunchokes are soft and fragrant,
35 to 45 minutes.
6. Remove the baking sheet from the oven and pour the
sunchokes and walnuts into a serving bowl. Add the lemon
zest, lemon juice, and sage, and stir to mix well. Serve warm
or at room temperature.

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Mario Batali and his business partner, Joe Bastianich, own nineteen restaurants across the country including their flagship
New York City enoteca, Babbo. In the summer of 2010, Mario and Joe opened Eataly, a 50,000 square foot marketplace in New York City.
Along with hosting a variety of television shows, including Iron Chef America, Mario is the author of eight cookbooks.
His most recent, Molto Batali: Simple Family Meals from My Home to Yours (Ecco 2011), was released in October.
BY MARIO BATALI
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S W E E T P O T A T O T U R K E Y C H O W D E R
INGREDIENTS
2 ounces breakfast sausage, casing removed
1/2 cup finely diced sweet potatoes
1/3 cup finely diced onions
1/4 cup finely diced carrots
1/4 cup finely diced celery
1 1/2 cups sweet potato and vanilla purée
(see recipe on next page)
1/3 cup chopped cooked turkey meat
3 cups turkey or chicken stock
Coarse salt and freshly ground black pepper
DIRECTIONS
1. Place the sausage meat in a large saucepan over medium heat.
Cook, stirring frequently, for about 5 minutes or until the fat has
rendered out of the meat.
2. Drain off excess fat.
3. Sauté the diced sweet potatoes, onions, carrots, and celery for
4 minutes or until the onions are translucent.
4. Stir in the purée and turkey.
5. When the mixture is blended, add the stock and bring it to
a simmer. Stir occasionally, for about 15 minutes or until the
mixture is chowder-like in consistency.
6. Add a pinch of salt and pepper. Serve hot.
BY DAVID BURKE
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Continued on next page.
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Continued from previous page.
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David Burke is the celebrity chef and restaurateur behind restaurants such as David Burke Townhouse,
David Burke’s Primehouse in The James Chicago Hotel, David Burke Prime and Fishtail by David Burke. He is the author of
two cookbooks, Cooking with David Burke and David Burke’s New American Classics.
For the Sweet Potato and Vanilla Purée
2 pounds sweet potatoes, peeled and cubed
1 vanilla bean
1/2 cup (1 stick) unsalted butter, softened
1/2 cup hot milk
Coarse salt and freshly ground white pepper
1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
2. Place sweet potatoes in medium saucepan; add cold salted
water to cover the potatoes by 1 inch. Bring to a boil over
medium-high heat.
3. Lower the heat and simmer potatoes for about 15 minutes or
until they are tender when pierced with a fork/knife. Drain well.
4. Transfer the potatoes in a single layer to a nonstick baking sheet.
5. Place the sweet potatoes in the preheated oven for 5 minutes
or just until their exterior is quite dry.
6. Transfer them to the bowl of a food processor fitted with
the metal blasé.
7. Split the vanilla bean lengthwise and, using the edge of a
paring knife, scrape the seeds into the sweet potatoes. (Do
not discard the bean. Once you’ve used the vanilla bean, rinse
it and then let it air dry. You can use it again, or add it to your
sugar canister to perfume the sugar.)
8. Add the butter and milk and process to a smooth purée.
9. Season to taste with salt and pepper.
10. Transfer the purée to the top half of a double boiler over very
hot water. Cover and keep it warm.
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B E E R - B R I N E D ,
S M O K E D C A T F I S H S P R E A D
INGREDIENTS
Serves 4-6
For the brine:
1 cup kosher salt
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 cup hot water
3 cans (12 ounces each) cold beer (such as Budweiser)
1 tablespoon coarse ground pepper
6 bay leaves, crumbled
4 large catfish fillets, about 3/4 pound each
Olive oil
Wood chips soaked in water
Grilling Method: Indirect/Medium Heat
Special Equipment: Cameron Stovetop Smoker

DIRECTIONS
1. In a large bowl dissolve salt and sugar in hot water. Add cold
beer, pepper and bay leaves to make brine. Whisk well to
remove carbonation. Place the fish in the brine, adding cold
water if more liquid is necessary to cover all the fillets. Brine
fish 4 hours or overnight in the refrigerator. Remove fish from
brine, rinse in cold water and air dry for 10 minutes before
smoking.
2. When ready to smoke, brush fish lightly with oil, place in center
of cooking grate skin side down and smoke cook 1 to 2 hours or
until fish is cooked through and smoked. Alternatively, smoke
in a Cameron Stovetop Smoker for 20 to 30 minutes. The fish
will be a dark caramel color.
3. Serve at room temperature or make into a smoked catfish
paté by adding cream cheese, sour cream, shallots, capers,
garlic, Tabasco and a dash of pepper to taste (see recipe
on next page).

BY ELIZABETH KARMEL
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This spread or paté is so good, I know you won’t be able to stop at just one bite! Serve on homemade
melba toast or simple crackers. Bluefish and trout are both good substitutions for the catfish.
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Elizabeth Karmel is a nationally known grilling and barbecue expert. She is the executive chef of Hill Country Barbecue Market, the
award-winning Texas barbecue restaurant and live music venue in Manhattan, and the new Hill Country Chicken. Elizabeth has written
three award-winning grilling and barbecue cookbooks, including Soaked, Slathered and Seasoned: A Complete Guide to Flavoring Food
for the Grill. She is the creator of the Grill Friends™ and Kitchen Friends™ line of cooking tools and www.GirlsattheGrill.com.
For Smoked Catfish Paté:
Serves 4-6
4 Beer-Brined Smoked Catfish Fillets
(see recipe on preceding page)
1 8-ounce block cream cheese, room temperature
1/2 - 3/4 cup sour cream
2 large shallots, minced
2 tablespoons capers packed in brine
2 teaspoons caper juice
1/4 teaspoon granulated garlic
5 shakes Tabasco
6 grinds fresh ground pepper or more to taste
1. Brine and smoke catfish according to recipe. While still warm,
break fillets into pieces, removing skin and any bones.
2. Add cream cheese and mix well. Add 1/2 cup of the sour
cream and mix well. Add the shallots, capers, caper juice,
garlic and Tabasco. Taste for seasoning, add more sour cream
at this point if the paté is a little dry or tastes a little salty.
Adjust Tabasco and add freshly ground pepper to taste.
Note: Do not add any salt to this dish because the brine and
the smoke “salts” the fish before it is mixed into the paté.
3. Let chill for at least 3 hours or preferably overnight. Taste once
more before serving and adjust seasonings if necessary. Serve
on the cold side of room temperature on homemade melba
toast (slice a loaf of French bread in small rounds, lay out on a
cookie sheet and bake in a 250-degree oven until golden and
the bread is dried out) or your favorite crackers. Top with a
dollop of sour cream if desired.

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INGREDIENTS
Serves 4
For the Vinaigrette:
1/2 cup minced shallots
1 1/2 cups extra-virgin olive oil, plus more
for baking sheet
Coarse salt
1/2 cup honey
1/2 cup sherry vinegar
1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
White pepper
DIRECTIONS
Vinaigrette
1. In a small skillet, gently sweat the shallots in 2 tablespoons of
the oil with a good pinch of salt; don’t cook them tender, just
heat them through to release their flavor. Add the honey, and
cook just until it begins to bubble.
2. Remove from the heat and whisk in the vinegar and mustard,
then the remaining oil. Season to taste with salt and white
pepper, then pour into a container with a tight-fitting lid and
store in the refrigerator.
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Master Chef and Hotelier Charlie Palmer has received critical acclaim for his signature progressive American cooking, which is
showcased in his eleven notable restaurants across the country (including Michelin-starred Aureole in NYC and Dry Creek Kitchen
in Sonoma, Ca.). Palmer also oversees a growing collection of food-forward wine shops, award-winning boutique hotels and is the
author of four cookbooks, including Charlie Palmer’s Practical Guide to the New American Kitchen.
For the Asparagus:
20 stalks asparagus
20 thin slices prosciutto
For the Egg Toasts:
4 slices (3/4-inch thick) brioche
4 large eggs
Unsalted butter
For the Salad and Garnish:
1 head frisée
2 handfuls baby arugula
Parmigiano-Reggiano
Asparagus and Egg Toasts
1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
2. Line a rimmed baking sheet with foil and oil it lightly.
3. Trim and peel the asparagus.
4. Roll each stalk in a slice of prosciutto and place it on the baking
sheet. Place the asparagus in the oven, and put in another
baking sheet to heat for 5 minutes. Cook the asparagus for
10 to 12 minutes, or until the asparagus are tender and the
prosciutto is lightly browned around the edges. (Timing will
vary depending on size).
5. Meanwhile, lightly toast the brioche slices. Use a 2 1/2 inch
round cookie cutter to cut a hole in the center of each toast;
reserve the punched-out rounds.
6. Remove the empty pan from the oven and rub it with butter.
Arrange the brioche slices and rounds on the pan. Crack an egg
into the center of each slice and season with salt and pepper.
Bake just until the egg whites have set, about 5 minutes.
To Serve:
1. Dress the frisée and arugula with enough of the vinaigrette to
coat the leaves; season to taste with salt and pepper.
2. Place 5 asparagus stalks on each plate and drizzle vinaigrette
over the asparagus and around the plates.
3. Arrange some salad over each portion of asparagus, then top
with an egg toast, placing the round piece of toast on the side.
Grate cheese over everything and serve immediately.
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INGREDIENTS
Serves 8-10
4 baby pumpkins (4-inch diameter)
1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon olive oil
1 tablespoon maple syrup
Kosher salt and pepper
2 tablespoons unsalted butter
1/2 cup small diced onion
2 cups pumpkin purée
1 teaspoon grated nutmeg
3 cups chicken stock
2 slices pumpernickel bread
2 tablespoons crème fraiche
Pinch nutmeg
Pinch ground cinnamon
Pinch allspice
DIRECTIONS
1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Cut the tops off the
pumpkins and hollow them out with a soup spoon making
sure to remove the seeds, but not the flesh. Place in a baking
dish and drizzle with 1 tablespoon of olive oil and the maple
syrup. Season with salt and pepper. Bake 30 to 40 minutes
or until tender. Reserve. Leave the oven on.
2. In a medium sauce pot melt the butter, and cook the onions
over medium heat until lightly browned and tender, 8 to 10
minutes. Add the pumpkin purée and nutmeg and stir to
combine. Add chicken stock and season with salt and
pepper. Simmer for 10 to 15 minutes, adjust seasoning and
consistency; keep warm.
3. Dice pumpernickel into 1/2-inch pieces and toss with the
remaining teaspoon of olive oil, salt, and pepper. Place on
a baking sheet and toast until lightly crisped, 5 to 7 minutes.
Reserve.
4. Combine crème fraiche, nutmeg, cinnamon, and allspice;
season with salt and pepper. Reserve.
5. Ladle the hot soup into the roasted pumpkins. Add a
dollop of the spiced crème fraiche and top with the
pumpernickel croutons.
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B R O W N S U G A R A N D M U S T A R D G L A Z E
INGREDIENTS
Serves 10
1 whole turkey (about 12 pounds), thawed if frozen,
rinsed and patted dry (neck and giblets
reserved, liver discarded)
Coarse salt and ground pepper
4 cups Pecan Cornbread Dressing
(see recipe on page 34)
2 tablespoons butter, room temperature
1/2 cup packed light-brown sugar
1/4 cup spicy brown mustard
DIRECTIONS
1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees with rack in lowest position. Place
turkey on roasting rack set in a large roasting pan. Season inside
of turkey with salt and pepper. Loosely fill neck and large cavity
with dressing; fold skin over, and secure with skewers or trussing
needles, if necessary. Bend wing tips forward, and tuck under neck
cavity. Using kitchen twine, tie legs together securely. Rub turkey
all over with butter; season with salt and pepper.
2. Add neck, giblets, and 3 cups water to roasting pan. Cover
turkey loosely with aluminum foil. Roast 1 hour, and then
baste with pan juices every 30 minutes, until an instant-read
thermometer inserted in thickest part of a thigh (avoiding
bone) registers 125 degrees, 1 to 2 hours more.
3. Remove foil; increase heat to 400 degrees. In a small bowl,
stir together sugar and mustard; brush turkey with glaze.
Rotate pan, and continue to roast turkey, brushing with glaze
2 to 3 more times, until thermometer registers 165 degrees,
45 minutes to 1 hour more (tent with buttered foil if browning
too quickly; add more water if pan becomes dry).
4. Transfer turkey to a platter; reserve pan with drippings for
gravy. Cover turkey loosely with foil, and let rest at least 30
minutes (or up to 1 hour). Before serving, remove dressing,
and carve.
Note: To ensure a juicy Thanksgiving turkey, buy an inexpensive
instant-read thermometer, and roast the bird to the temperature
specified in the recipe.
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A practically instant sweet-and-spicy mixture of mustard and brown sugar flavors the bird
and gives the skin an impressive golden-brown color.
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D E E P - F R I E D T U R K E Y
INGREDIENTS
Serves 10-12
Fresh turkey (15 pounds)
25 medium dried bay leaves
3 1/4 teaspoons dried thyme
3 1/4 teaspoons dried oregano
1 1/2 teaspoons whole black peppercorns
3 tablespoons Konriko brand, or other
hot Creole seasoning
2 teaspoons garlic powder
4 gallons peanut oil
DIRECTIONS
1. Wash turkey inside and out under cold running water; pat dry.
Finely grind bay leaves in spice grinder; transfer to small bowl.
Finely grind thyme, oregano, and peppercorns separately; add
to bay leaves. Mix in Creole seasoning and garlic powder.
2. Rub 1/3 spice mixture on inside of turkey, 1/3 under skin of
breast, and 1/3 on outside of turkey; place in roasting pan.
Cover; let rest overnight in refrigerator or up to 24 hours.
3. Bring turkey to room temperature. Using a wooden skewer,
thread neck flap securely to bottom of turkey. Fold wing tips
under. Using steel or aluminum wire, truss legs and tail’s nose
together securely; form a handle with wire. This will enable
you to hold turkey while submerging in hot oil.
4. Heat oil in 10-gallon pot with liner basket over high heat until
temperature registers 360 degrees. Holding turkey by handle,
immerse in oil. Maintain temperature at 360 degrees while frying.
Fry until golden brown, about 45 minutes, or 3 minutes per pound.
5. Lift turkey from oil; transfer to a wire rack over a roasting pan.
Drain for 15 minutes. Serve.
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And, if you’re tackling a deep-fried turkey, get more tips at
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INGREDIENTS
Serves 4
Four 1-pound Cornish game hens
8 tablespoons (1 stick) butter
1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon chopped fresh thyme
Grated zest of 2 lemons
4 teaspoons salt
1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lemon juice
1⁄3 cup honey
1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon soy sauce
DIRECTIONS
1. Position a rack in the center of the oven and preheat the oven
to 500 degrees. Line a large baking dish with aluminum foil,
and set it aside.
2. Rinse the hens well, inside and out, under cool running water.
Pat them dry with paper towels.
3. Combine 4 tablespoons of the butter, the thyme, and the lemon
zest in a small bowl and use a fork to blend well. Divide the
mixture into 4 portions, and spread one portion under the skin
covering the breast of each hen. Combine 1 teaspoon of the
salt with 1 ⁄2 teaspoon of the black pepper, and season the
cavities of the hens. Truss the hens, fold the wing tips back
and tuck them under, and arrange the hens breast side up in
the prepared baking dish.
4. Combine the lemon juice, honey, soy sauce, and the remaining
4 tablespoons butter in a small saucepan, and warm over low
heat until heated through. Divide the honey mixture in half,
and set aside one portion. Use some of the remaining portion
to baste the tops of the hens well. Season the hens with the
remaining 3 teaspoons salt and 1 ⁄2 teaspoon pepper.
5. Transfer the baking dish to the oven and cook, basting the hens
with the honey mixture about every 5 minutes, until they are
nicely browned, 20 to 25 minutes. If necessary, tent the hens
with foil during the last few minutes of cooking to prevent
over-browning.
6. When the hens reach an internal temperature of 165 degrees,
remove the dish from the oven and let them rest for about 5
minutes. Discard the honey mixture used for basting. Use the
reserved honey mixture to drizzle over the hens before serving.
Note: To check the temperature, insert an instant-read thermometer
in the thickest part of the breast, avoiding any bones.
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BY EMERIL LAGASSE
Photos by Steven Freeman
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B U T T E R N U T S Q U A S H L A S A G N A
INGREDIENTS
Serves 8-10
3 pounds butternut squash, peeled and diced
1⁄4 cup extra-virgin olive oil
1⁄2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
4 sprigs fresh thyme
1 bay leaf
1 1⁄2 teaspoons salt
1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 1⁄2 cups small-diced onion
1 cup small-diced fennel
1 cup cored and small-diced Pink Lady
or Honeycrisp apple
1 1⁄2 pounds fresh fennel sausage,
removed from casings and crumbled
2 teaspoons chopped fresh marjoram leaves
4 tablespoons (1⁄2 stick) unsalted butter
1⁄4 cup plus 1 tablespoon fresh sage leaves, thinly sliced
1⁄2 cup chopped lightly toasted hazelnuts
1 pound whole-milk ricotta cheese
8 ounces mascarpone cheese
1⁄2 cup heavy cream
2 eggs, lightly beaten
1 pound whole-milk mozzarella cheese, grated (4 cups)
3⁄4 cup finely grated Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese
1⁄2 cup chicken stock or canned low-sodium
chicken broth
12 sheets no-boil lasagna noodles (about 8 ounces)
DIRECTIONS
1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
2. In a large mixing bowl, combine the butternut squash with the
extra-virgin olive oil, cinnamon, thyme, bay leaf, 1 teaspoon of
the salt, and 1⁄2 teaspoon of the pepper and toss to coat the
squash. Transfer the squash to a large baking sheet and cover
with aluminum foil. Bake until the squash is tender, about 30
minutes. Set the squash aside, covered, until cool. Remove and
discard the thyme sprigs and bay leaf.
3. Heat a medium sauté pan over medium-high heat. When hot,
add the olive oil, onion, fennel, apple, sausage, and marjoram
and cook for 8 to 10 minutes, stirring occasionally, until the
sausage has browned and the vegetables have softened. Remove
from the heat, transfer to a large mixing bowl, and set aside to
cool. Gently fold the squash into the vegetable-sausage mixture.
4. Heat the butter in a small sauté pan over medium heat. When
the butter begins to bubble and brown, add 1⁄4 cup of the sage
leaves and cook until they are brown and crisp, 1 to 1 1⁄2 minutes.
Add the chopped hazelnuts and cook for another minute. Remove
from the heat and set aside to cool.
5. In a separate large mixing bowl, combine the ricotta, mascarpone,
heavy cream, beaten eggs, half of the mozzarella, and the
remaining 1⁄2 teaspoon pepper and 1⁄2 teaspoon salt. Mix
well to combine, then add the cooled brown-butter-sage
hazelnut mixture and mix thoroughly.
6. Increase the oven temperature to 375 degrees.
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He has hosted over 2000 shows on the Food Network, and his latest series, Emeril’s Table, can be seen on Hallmark Channel. In addition to
his television presence, Emeril has a live, call-in radio program, Cooking with Emeril, which airs exclusively on Martha Stewart Living
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7. Assemble the lasagna: Spread half of the butternut squash mixture in the bottom of the pan, sprinkle with 1⁄4 cup of the
Parmigiano-Reggiano, drizzle 1⁄4 cup of the stock over the top, and cover with 4 pasta sheets, leaving a little space between
sheets. Spread 3 cups of the ricotta cheese mixture over the pasta sheets and cover with 4 more pasta sheets. Distribute
the remaining half of the butternut squash mixture over the pasta, sprinkle the top with 1⁄4 cup of the remaining Parmigiano-
Reggiano, and drizzle with the remaining 1⁄4 cup stock. Place the final 4 pasta sheets over the top and spread the remaining
ricotta mixture evenly over the pasta. Top with the remaining grated mozzarella and 1⁄4 cup Parmigiano-Reggiano.
8. Cover the lasagna tightly with a piece of buttered foil and bake, undisturbed, for 40 minutes. Remove the foil and continue
to bake until the top is bubbly and golden brown, about 15 minutes more. Let the lasagna stand for 15 to 20 minutes before
serving. Garnish with the remaining tablespoon of sage.
Note: We used a lasagna pan, but you can use any baking dish about 10 x 15 x 3 inches deep.
Photo Credit: Steven Freeman
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Serves 4
For the Filling:
You’ll need 5 1/3 cups of purée for the ravioli.
5 1/4 pounds Delicata squash, halved lengthwise
Olive oil
1 3/4 cups ricotta
1 1/2 ounces grated Pecorino Romano (preferably Fulvi)
1 teaspoon ground chili flakes
1/2 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg
Kosher salt and pepper to taste
For the Dough:
2 cups “00” flour (or all-purpose)
1 teaspoon kosher salt
1 1/4 cups large egg yolks (roughly 14 yolks)
1 to 2 teaspoons water
DIRECTIONS
Make the Filling
1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
2. Brush cut side of the squash with olive oil, and sprinkle
with salt and pepper. Place cut side down on an oiled,
parchment-lined sheet pan and cover with foil. Bake 45
minutes or until tender.
3. When cool enough to handle, scoop out the insides with
a large spoon, and place in a food processor to create the
purée. You should have 5 1/3 cups of purée.
4. In a large bowl with a spatula, combine all the filling
ingredients, stirring until the ricotta is fully incorporated.
Transfer to a piping bag and set aside in the refrigerator.
Make the Ravioli Dough
1. In a KitchenAid or motorized mixer, use the paddle attachment
to combine all the ingredients – start on the lowest speed and
slowly increase as the flour and yolks begin to incorporate.
2. Mix for several minutes or until the dough begins to cleanly
pull away from the sides of the bowl. Remove and knead by
hand for 3 minutes. Wrap in plastic wrap and set aside for
1 hour to rest.
3. Using a mechanized pasta roller (KitchenAid has an
attachment), roll the pasta until you can see your hand
through the dough.
4. Using a piping bag, form one long tube of filling along the
length of the dough, then lightly brush with a moistened
brush. Fold over the dough and use your fingers to seal off
sections of filling in 1 3/4-inch lengths.
5. Using a ruffled cutter, cut out the agnolotti to be 1 3/4
inches long.
BY NICK ANDERER
A G N O L O T T I D I Z U C C A
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Store-bought pumpkin purée can be substituted, but Delicata squash makes a beautiful, naturally sweet purée.
Keep in mind that in order to yield 42 ounces of purée, you’ll need twice that amount in raw product.
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For the Sauce:
4 tablespoons unsalted butter
20 small fresh sage leaves
Juice of 1 lemon
Grated Pecorino Romano (preferably Fulvi) to taste
2 teaspoons balsamic vinegar (preferably
Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale)
Make the Sauce and cook the Agnolotti
1. Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. Place a large sauté
pan or skillet over medium-high heat. Add the butter and
sage; the butter should sizzle and the sage should begin
to turn brown.
2. Once it becomes dark brown, remove from heat for 30
seconds and carefully (away from any flame) add the freshly
squeezed juice of 1 lemon to the butter; it will sizzle aggressively
and stop browning.
3. Add 40 pieces of ravioli to the water and cook for 1 minute.
4. Remove ravioli and 4 tablespoons of water from the pot, add
to the sauté pan and simmer together for 1 minute. Sprinkle
with pecorino and serve, garnishing with a light drizzle of
Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale.
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Nick Anderer is the executive chef of Maialino, the top-rated Roman trattoria located in the Gramercy Park Hotel. Since opening, Maialino
has been named Top Newcomer by Zagat and Esquire Magazine, and received a glowing two-star review from The New York Times,
three-star reviews from New York Magazine and the New York Post and a four-star review from Time Out NY. Prior to Maialino, Anderer
was at Babbo with Mario Batali and Gina DePalma, and at Gramercy Tavern under Chefs Tom Colicchio and Michael Anthony.
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Serves 4
For the Brine:
8 cups cold water
2 tablespoons kosher salt
1 tablespoon sugar
1/2 lemon, quartered
2 cloves garlic, peeled and smashed
8 sage leaves
8 sprigs thyme
4 turkey drumsticks
DIRECTIONS
Make the Brine
1. In a medium saucepan stir together the water, salt, sugar,
lemon, garlic, sage, and thyme. Place over low heat and simmer
for a few minutes until fragrant with the scent of the herbs and
the sugar and salt are dissolved. Cool completely.
2. Place turkey drumsticks in a plastic bag (2 can fit into a
gallon bag if you try, but one per bag is easiest) and evenly
distribute the brine, lemon, sage, and thyme. Refrigerate for
2 days. Remove from the brine, pat dry.
BY SUNNY ANDERSON
F R I E D T U R K E Y L E G S
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Sunny Anderson debuted on Food Network in 2005 as a special guest on Emeril Live, cooking side by side Chef Emeril Lagasse. In 2007,
she co-hosted Food Network’s series of specials Gotta Get It uncovering the latest and greatest food gadgets and gizmos on the market.
Sunny currently hosts the popular Food Network series Cooking for Real, where she combines her approach to classic comfort foods
with her passion for unique flavors inspired by her many travels.
F R I E D T U R K E Y L E G S
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For Sunny’s Quick Cranberry Salsa:
Makes 3 cups
2 1/2 cups (12 ounces) fresh or frozen cranberries, thawed
1/4 red onion
1 jalapeno, stem removed, seeds left in
1 clove garlic, peeled
1/4 cup orange juice
2 tablespoons lime juice (2 limes)
3 tablespoons sugar
Salt to taste
For the Dredge:
2 cups all-purpose flour
2 tablespoons garlic powder
2 tablespoons salt
1 tablespoon cayenne pepper
Freshly ground black pepper
Peanut oil for deep frying
1. Place all ingredients in a food processor and blend until
everything is broken down. Pour into a bowl and refrigerate
for 30 minutes before serving.
Dredge the Drumsticks
1. In a large brown bag or bowl combine flour, garlic powder,
salt, cayenne pepper, and several grinds of black pepper.
Toss legs in flour mixture then place on a wire rack set over
a baking sheet and let stand 1 hour. Toss in the flour again
and allow to rest another hour.
2. In a large saucepan, heat several inches of oil to 375 degrees.
Shake off excess flour, then lower turkey in oil, making sure
to fry in batches to maintain the temperature. Frying time
varies, but 4 minutes per pound of meat works. Check for
an internal temperature of 165 degrees. Serve with
Sunny’s Quick Cranberry Salsa, recipe follows.
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INGREDIENTS
Serves 4
For the Barley:
1 small onion, minced
1 clove garlic, minced
1 tablespoon olive oil
1/2 cup pearl barley
2 cups vegetable stock
Kosher salt and ground white pepper
For the Carrots:
1 cup mixed variety of heirloom carrots, diced
1/4 cup carrot juice
1/4 cup orange juice
Salt and pepper
Pinch of whole cumin seed
1 teaspoon unsalted butter
1 teaspoon lemon juice
For the Shiitakes:
8 shiitakes, stems removed, caps sliced
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 clove garlic, minced
1 cup glazed carrots (recipe above)
2 tablespoons mixed chopped herbs
(chives, tarragon, parsley)
DIRECTIONS
1. In a medium saucepan, over medium heat, sweat onions
and garlic in olive oil until soft, without coloring.
2. Add barley and stir for 2 minutes..
3. Cover with vegetable stock, season with salt and pepper, and
let simmer for 30 minutes uncovered, or until barley is tender
1. Combine carrots, carrot juice, orange juice, and cumin seed
in a small saucepan, and bring to simmer over medium heat.
2. Cook for 15 minutes uncovered, or until carrots are tender
and liquid has evaporated.
3. Add butter and lemon juice, season with salt and pepper.
1. In a small sauté pan, sauté mushrooms with garlic and
oil until tender.
2. Fold into glazed carrots.
To serve
Toss shiitakes, carrots and barley together. Spoon into bowl and
top with mixed chopped herbs.
BY MICHAEL ANTHONY
C A R R O T - B A R L E Y R I S O T T O
W I T H S H I I T A K E M U S H R O O M S
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Michael Anthony is executive chef and partner at New York’s Gramercy Tavern, which has been named the most popular restaurant in
NYC by the Zagat Survey six times. In 2008, it garnered the James Beard Foundation’s “Outstanding Restaurant Award.” Mike previously
acted as executive chef at Blue Hill Stone Barns, collaborating with Chef-Owner Dan Barber. Under Mike’s leadership, Blue Hill at Stone
Barns received a three-star review in The New York Times, and a James Beard Foundation nomination for “Best New Restaurant” in 2005.
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Serves 8-10
1/2 cup grapefruit juice
4 clementines, halved
1 cup dry white wine
3 garlic cloves, peeled
2 tablespoons chopped fresh rosemary leaves
Freshly ground black pepper
1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil
1 boneless leg of lamb (5 to 7 pounds — always get the
bigger one), rolled and tied by your butcher
Coarse (kosher) salt
DIRECTIONS
1. Combine the grapefruit juice, clementines, wine, garlic,
rosemary, 2 tablespoons black pepper, and the oil in a blender
or processor, and pulse until the mixture forms a rough paste.
2. Place the lamb in a large, shallow, nonreactive dish or pan. Rub
the marinade over it, and turn the lamb to coat it on all sides.
Cover, and refrigerate for at least 12 hours (up to 36 hours).
3. Remove the lamb from the marinade, reserving the marinade,
and transfer it to a roasting pan.
4. Season the lamb aggressively with salt and pepper, and let it
stand at room temperature for 45 minutes.
5. Meanwhile, preheat the oven to 425 degrees.
6. Rub the reserved marinade over the lamb, and add 1 cup of
water to the roasting pan. Place the pan in the oven and roast
for 20 minutes.
7. Reduce the oven temperature to 400 degrees, and continue
roasting until an instant-read thermometer registers 130
degrees for medium-rare, roughly 1 hour and 25 minutes
for a large roast. (It may be only 45 minutes for a small one,
so be careful and check the temperature after 45 minutes
in any case.)
8. Remove the pan from the oven and allow the lamb to rest for
20 minutes before carving.
BY MARIO BATALI
L E G O F L A M B
I N A C L E M E N T I N E C R U S T
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Mario Batali and business partner Joe Bastianich own nineteen restaurants across the country including their flagship
New York City enoteca, Babbo. In the summer of 2010, Mario and Joe opened Eataly, a 50,000 square foot marketplace in New York City.
Along with hosting a variety of television shows, including Iron Chef America, Mario is the author of eight cookbooks.
His most recent, Molto Batali: Simple Family Meals form My Home to Yours (Ecco 2011), was released in October.
Recipe courtesy of Molto Batali (ecco 2011).
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INGREDIENTS
Serves 8
1 (12-pound) whole turkey
5 pounds unsalted butter, divided
3 bottles Riesling (recommended: 2003 Joh. Jos.
Prum Wehlener Uhr Kabinett Riesling
from Mosel-Saar-Ruwer)
4 carrots, peeled
4 onions, peeled
2 heads celery
2 large celery roots, peeled
4 heads garlic, peeled and chopped
1 cup dried figs, stems removed, rough chopped
1/2 cup olive oil, plus more as needed
2 Pullman loaves white bread
1 quart chicken stock
1 cup Madeira wine
Sea salt and white pepper
3 cups all-purpose flour
2 bay leaves
1 bunch fresh thyme leaves, chopped
2 bunches fresh parsley leaves, chopped
Special Equipment: 10 feet of cheesecloth
DIRECTIONS
1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
2. Debone the entire turkey and separate into parts. Reserve all of the
offal cuts separately, including the liver. Melt 3 pounds of the butter and
combine with Riesling. Soak the cheesecloth in the wine and butter
mixture. Set aside.
3. Medium dice the carrots, onions, celery, and celery root so that they
are all about the same size. Toss vegetables with garlic, figs, and olive
oil. Spread out on sheet pans and roast in the oven until vegetables
are tender, 30 to 45 minutes. Set aside.
4. Cut the bread into 1-inch cubes. Spread out on sheet pans and toast
in the oven until golden, about 10 minutes.
5. Combine the roasted vegetables mixture with the toasted bread
in a large bowl. Melt 1 pound butter and toss with vegetable and
bread mixture. Transfer to a large baking dish and add enough
chicken stock to cover the mixture. Bake for 45 minutes. Reserve
stuffing and keep warm.
6. Melt 1/2 cup (8 tablespoons) butter in a large sauté pan over medium-
high heat. Add only the offal cuts of the turkey and saute until lightly
browned and cooked through. When lightly browned, add the Madeira
and deglaze the pan. Set aside to cool, chop into pieces, and reserve.
7. Heavily season the remaining turkey meat with salt and white pepper.
Wrap the seasoned meat in the soaked cheesecloth. Roast at 400
degrees for 25 minutes.
8. Remove the cheesecloth from the skin and continue roasting for an
additional 15 minutes. Keep checking the temperature of the meat every
15 minutes until it registers 165 degrees. Reserve the drippings. Hold the
roasted turkey at room temperature for 12 minutes before slicing.
9. Toast the flour in a large saucepan until rust in color. Add turkey
drippings, remaining 3/4 pound butter, bay leaves, chicken stock and
stir constantly until smooth. Cook until thickened. When the gravy has
reached a sufficient viscosity, strain and add the cooked, chopped offal
cuts to the gravy. Refresh everything with chopped fresh herbs, to
taste. Slice turkey and serve with stuffing on side and gravy over top.
BY JOEY CAMPANARO
R I E S L I N G R O A S T T U R K E Y W I T H F I G
A N D R O O T V E G E T A B L E D R E S S I N G
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his vocation. His restaurant, The Little Owl, has received acclaim from critics and guests alike, including a two-star review from The New York
Times. He has appeared on everything from Iron Chef America to the Today Show and the Martha Stewart Show.
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INGREDIENTS
Serves 4
1 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon plus 2 tablespoons salt
2 eggs
1/4 cup milk
Pinch grated nutmeg
2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
3 tablespoons unsalted butter
2 cups diced, skin-on sunchokes (Jerusalem artichokes)
2 garlic cloves, thinly sliced
1 teaspoon rosemary, finely chopped
2 confit duck legs, shredded
2 tablespoons finely chopped fresh parsley
4 Long Island Pekin Duck breasts, skin scored
1 tablespoon aged balsamic vinegar
DIRECTIONS
For the Duck Breast
1. Heat a large shallow sauté pan (or two depending on the size)
over high heat. Season the duck breast with salt and pepper on
both sides and place carefully into the hot pan, skin side down,
let sit and do not move until some of the fat renders out. Turn the
heat down to medium-low and continue to cook on the skin side.
2. Periodically remove some of the duck fat from the pan. This
process will take 12 to 15 minutes to create a golden brown
crispy skin. With tongs turn the duck over and continue
cooking to your desired temperature (I suggest medium).
3. Remove from pan and let rest for 4 minutes and then slice
into thin slices and place on the plate. Spoon the spaetzle
alongside the sliced duck breast and drizzle with aged
balsamic and serve.
BY AMANDA FREITAG
L O N G I S L A N D D U C K B R E A S T
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For the Spaetzle
1. In a large bowl, whisk the flour and 1/2 teaspoon salt together and create a well in the middle. In a separate bowl, whisk
together the eggs, milk and nutmeg and pour into the well. Combine the wet and dry ingredients until a smooth batter
forms. Cover and let rest for 30 minutes. Place the olive oil in a large bowl.
2. In a large pot, bring 1 gallon of water to a boil and add the remaining 2 tablespoons of salt. Place a colander or spaetzle-maker
over the water and begin to pass the dough through the holes into the water. When the spaetzle floats (after about 1 minute),
remove with a strainer and transfer to the bowl with the oil. Toss the spaetzle in the oil to prevent sticking. Repeat with the
remaining batter.
3. In a large skillet, heat 2 tablespoons of the butter over medium-high heat. Add the sunchokes and cook, stirring, until browned.
Add the garlic, the rosemary and the remaining 1 tablespoon of butter. When the butter foams, add the spaetzle and the
shredded duck confit, cook over medium-high heat until the duck and the spaetzle crisp and turn golden brown. Remove from
the heat; add the parsley, toss and serve.
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Amanda Freitag is the former executive chef of The Harrison, a New York City Restaurant. She has battled Bobby Flay on Iron Chef America,
served as a judge on the Food Network series Chopped, and most recently can also be seen as a chef contributor on the
Cooking Channel series Unique Eats. Now after almost 20 years of being a groundbreaking, highly acclaimed female chef in
New York City, Amanda is proud to be working on her passion project, a restaurant of her own.
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INGREDIENTS
Serves 4
4 whole duck breasts, 6 to 8 ounces each,
or two 1-pound Magret duck breasts
Fine sea salt and freshly ground black pepper
3 tablespoons chopped shallots
1 tablespoon grated ginger
2 tablespoons honey
1/2 cup black currant jam, home-made or
high-quality store-bought
1/4 cup cider vinegar
DIRECTIONS
1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
2. With the point of a knife, score the skin side of the duck breasts
in a crosshatch pattern, being careful not to pierce the flesh.
This helps release and render the layer of fat under the skin
and makes the finished duck look stunning.
3. Heat a sauté pan over medium heat for 2 minutes. Season the
duck breasts with salt and pepper. Put the duck breasts in the pan,
skin-side down, and cook over medium to low heat to render the fat
and brown the skin, 6 to 8 minutes. Carefully drain off and discard
any accumulated fat from the pan and return it to the stove.
4. Carefully turn the duck breasts over and brown the flesh side
for 3 to 4 minutes, or several more minutes for Magret breasts.
Remove the duck breasts to a plate and cover to keep warm.
5. Add the shallots to the pan and return the pan to the heat.
Sauté the shallots until softened but not browned, 2 minutes,
then add the ginger, honey, jam, and vinegar, and stir. Bring to
a simmer and let simmer for 2 or 3 minutes to reduce and
thicken to a lacquer-like glaze.
6. Put the duck breasts, skin-side up, on a nonstick cookie sheet,
brush some lacquer on the upward-facing side of each breast,
and reheat in the oven for 3 minutes.
7. To serve, slice the duck breasts lengthwise or cross-wise and
arrange the slices of 1 breast on each of 4 plates. Quickly reheat the
sauce, if necessary, and drizzle some around the duck breasts.
BY MICHAEL LOMONACO
B L A C K C U R R A N T - L A C Q U E R E D
D U C K B R E A S T
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Chef Michael Lomonaco is the executive chef and managing partner at Porter House New York. Previously, Lomonaco was
executive chef at New York’s ‘21’ and executive chef of Windows on the World. He has authored two cookbooks, and hosted the television
programs Epicurious on the Travel Channel and Michael’s Place on Food Network. This winter, Lomonaco will open Center Bar,
a small plates restaurant featuring wines from around the world and cocktails in Time Warner Center.
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Roasted Pumpkin with Fontina Fonduta
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INGREDIENTS
Serves 10
1 1/2 cups coarsely chopped pecans
4 tablespoons butter, plus more for baking dish
1 large onion, finely chopped
3 celery stalks, finely chopped
Coarse salt and ground pepper
1/2 cup dry white wine, such as Sauvignon Blanc
16 cups cubed cornbread (about 2 3/4 pounds)
3 tablespoons finely chopped fresh sage
3 large eggs, beaten
2 cups reduced-sodium chicken broth, heated
DIRECTIONS
1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Spread pecans on a large
rimmed baking sheet, and toast until fragrant, 3 to 5 minutes;
set aside. In a large skillet, melt butter over medium heat. Add
onion and celery; season with salt and pepper. Cook, stirring
occasionally, until softened, 8 to 10 minutes. Add wine, and
cook until evaporated, 3 to 5 minutes. Transfer to a large
bowl; let cool slightly.
2. To bowl, add cornbread, sage, eggs, and pecans. Season with
1 1/2 teaspoons salt and teaspoon pepper. Pour 1/2 cup hot
broth over cornbread mixture. Toss gently (cornbread will break
down into smaller pieces). If necessary, add up to 1/2 cup more
broth so stuffing is moist but not soggy.
3. If stuffing turkey, set aside 4 cups dressing. Spoon remaining
dressing into a buttered 2-quart baking dish; pour up to 1 cup
remaining broth over top to moisten. (To make ahead, refrigerate,
up to 5 hours.) Bake, covered, for 30 minutes; uncover, and bake
until browned, about 15 minutes more. Makes 12 cups.

Buy a high-quality cornbread, or bake it yourself using your favorite recipe. (It can be made up to 2 days ahead.)
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A N D B R U S S E L S S P R O U T S
INGREDIENTS
Serves 8
3/4 pound fresh chestnuts
2 tablespoons unsalted butter
1 tablespoon olive oil
2 pounds brussels sprouts, trimmed and cut in half
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
1/2 cup cider vinegar
1/4 cup sugar
1/4 cup homemade turkey stock or low-sodium canned,
skimmed of fat
DIRECTIONS
1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Using a paring knife or a
chestnut knife, cut a large X into the shell of each chestnut on
one side. Arrange on a baking pan in a single layer, cut side up.
Roast until flesh is tender, 20 to 25 minutes. Remove from oven.
Immediately remove and discard shells, keeping chestnuts
whole if possible. Set chestnuts aside.
2. Melt butter and oil in a large saute pan set over medium-high
heat. Add brussels sprouts; season with salt and pepper. Cook,
stirring occasionally, until golden, 16 to 18 minutes.
3. Add roasted chestnuts. Cook, gently stirring occasionally,
until brussels sprouts are tender and spotted deep brown,
20 to 25 minutes.
4. Add vinegar, sugar, and turkey stock. Cook, stirring occasionally,
until liquid has been reduced to a syrup, 4 to 5 minutes.
Transfer to a serving dish, and serve.
Two cups vacuum-packed whole cooked chestnuts in jars can be substituted for fresh ones.
Chestnuts are easiest to peel while hot; peel one at a time, holding in a clean kitchen towel.
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INGREDIENTS
Serves 4
2 medium sweet potatoes (1 pound total), peeled,
halved, and cut into 1/2-inch pieces
4 medium carrots, cut into 1/2-inch pieces
2 medium parsnips, peeled and cut into 1/2-inch pieces
1/2 cup walnut halves
1/4 cup honey
2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
Coarse salt and ground pepper
3 to 5 sprigs thyme
DIRECTIONS
1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
2. In a 3-quart baking dish, toss together sweet potatoes, carrots,
parsnips, walnuts, honey, and oil; season with salt and pepper.
3. Top with thyme sprigs and roast until vegetables are browned
at edges and tender when pierced with a knife, about 1 hour.
Note: If your honey crystallizes (a natural occurrence),
microwave it for 30 seconds to return it to a liquid state.

Honey glazes this simple side dish of roasted sweet potatoes, carrots, and parsnips with sweetness and sheen.
Walnut halves and thyme sprigs roast along with the vegetables for additional fall flavor.
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INGREDIENTS
Serves 4-6
3 to 4 small red and/or golden beets,
tops removed, washed
1/2 cup plus 2 tablespoons olive oil
3 tablespoons water
1/2 teaspoon salt, plus more for seasoning
1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper, plus more for
seasoning
1/4 cup sherry vinegar or Banyuls vinegar (see Note)
1 tablespoon finely chopped shallot
1 tablespoon honey
1/4 teaspoon Dijon mustard
1/2 cup chopped toasted walnuts
1 teaspoon minced fresh tarragon leaves
1 bunch baby dandelion greens, stems removed, leaves
rinsed and cut into bite-size pieces
(about 6 cups or 6 ounces of greens)
1 bunch rainbow chard, stems removed, leaves rinsed
and cut into bite-size pieces
Cheese Crisps (see recipe on next page)
DIRECTIONS
1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
2. Cut a piece of aluminum foil about 12 inches square. On one
half of the square, place the beets, 2 tablespoons olive oil, water,
1/4 teaspoon of the salt, and 1/8 teaspoon of the pepper. Fold the
opposite side of the foil over to cover the beets, and seal all
the edges tightly to form a packet. Place the packet on a baking
sheet, transfer it to the oven, and cook until the beets are tender,
about 45 minutes. (The beets are done when a paring knife is
easily inserted into the middle.) Remove the packet from the
oven and set it aside, unopened, for about 10 minutes.
3. Remove the beets from the foil packet. When the beets are
cool enough to handle, gently rub off the skin, using a paper
towel. Slice the beets into 1/8-inch-thick rounds (use a mandoline
if you have one), and set aside.
4. Combine the vinegar, shallot, honey, mustard, remaining
1/4 teaspoon salt, and remaining 1/8 teaspoon pepper in a
blender, and mix well. While the blender is still running, add
the remaining oil in a slow, steady stream, blending until the
vinaigrette is emulsified. Transfer the dressing to a mixing
bowl, and stir in the walnuts and tarragon.
5. Place the dandelion greens and the chard in a large bowl.
Pour 2 tablespoons (or more to taste) of the dressing over
the greens, and season with a pinch of salt and pepper.
Toss to coat. In a separate mixing bowl, toss the sliced beets
in 1 tablespoon of the dressing, and season with a pinch of
salt and pepper.
6. Divide the greens among four to six serving plates, and garnish
with the sliced beets and the Cheese Crisps. If desired, spoon
more dressing over each salad.
Note: Banyuls vinegar is made from Banyuls wine, which is a fortified
wine from southern France and is considered to be the French version
of port. Banyuls vinegar has a sweet and nutty flavor, which is gener-
ally thought to be milder than red wine vinegar or balsamic vinegar.
It tastes something like a cross between balsamic vinegar and sherry
vinegar and either can be used as a good substitute. Banyuls vinegar
can be found in specialty markets.
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He has hosted over 2000 shows on the Food Network, and his latest series, Emeril’s Table, can be seen on Hallmark Channel. In addition to his
television presence, Emeril has a live, call-in radio program, Cooking with Emeril, which airs exclusively on Martha Stewart Living
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Cheese Crisps
Makes about 12 crisps
3/4 cup shredded hard sheep’s milk cheese,
such as Bianco Sardo.
1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Line a baking sheet with
a Silpat, or parchment paper.
2. Spacing them 1 to 2 inches apart, place 1-tablespoon mounds
of the cheese on the Silpat. Place the baking sheet in the oven
and cook until the cheese melts and turns golden brown,
about 7 minutes.
3. Remove from the oven and set aside to cool on the baking
sheet. Use the crisps as a garnish for soups and salads.
Cheese crisps can be made from most hard cheeses such as Parmigiano-Reggiano, Montasio, and Asiago. They make easy
snacks that can be spiced up with dried herbs and spices. Cheese crisps make a fine accompaniment to soups and salads
or they can be served on their own with cocktails.
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INGREDIENTS
Serves 4-6
For the Nuts
1 cup pecan halves
1 cup walnut halves
1/4 cup light brown sugar
2 tablespoons maple syrup
1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
1/2 teaspoon Hungarian paprika
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
For the Bacon
6 strips center-cut bacon
1/4 cup light brown sugar
Grated zest of 1 lemon
1/2 teaspoon Hungarian paprika
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
DIRECTIONS
1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
2. In a small bowl combine pecans, walnuts, brown sugar, maple
syrup, pumpkin pie spice, paprika, a pinch of salt and a grind or
two of pepper. Stir until everything is coated, set aside.
3. In a small bowl combine bacon, brown sugar, lemon zest,
paprika, a pinch of salt and a grind or two of pepper. Spread
out on a rimmed non-stick baking sheet and cook until almost
done and sugar is bubbling, 8 to 10 minutes.
4. Remove from the oven and pour nut mixture onto the
baking sheet. With a spatula, stir and fold the nuts into the
bacon; spread everything out on the sheet again. Return to
the oven for 15 minutes, stirring and spreading again halfway
through. Serve warm or allow to cool, then break apart.
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Sunny Anderson debuted on Food Network in 2005 as a special guest on Emeril Live, cooking side by side Chef Emeril Lagasse. In 2007,
she co-hosted Food Network’s series of specials Gotta Get It uncovering the latest and greatest food gadgets and gizmos on the market.
Sunny currently hosts the popular Food Network series Cooking for Real, where she combines her approach to classic comfort foods
with her passion for unique flavors inspired by her many travels.
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INGREDIENTS
Serves 8-10
3 pounds pumpkin or hubbard squash
1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil
2 tablespoons finely chopped fresh rosemary leaves
Coarse (kosher) salt and freshly ground black pepper
2 tablespoons butter
2 tablespoons all-purpose flour
2 cups whole milk
1/2 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg
4 ounces Fontina Val d’Aosta cheese, grated
2 tablespoons plus 2 tablespoons freshly grated
Parmigiano-Reggiano
DIRECTIONS
1. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.
2. Peel the pumpkin and remove the seeds. Cut the pumpkin
into 2-inch cubes and place them in a mixing bowl.
3. Add the oil, rosemary, and salt and pepper to taste, and toss
to mix well.
4. Place the pumpkin pieces in a roasting pan, and roast in the
oven until golden brown and tender, turning them occasionally,
about 45 minutes.
5. Meanwhile, melt the butter in a saucepan over low heat, and
whisk in the flour until well blended. Slowly add the milk,
whisking until the mixture thickens slightly. Then add the
nutmeg, Fontina, and 2 tablespoons of the Parmigiano, and
stir to combine. Season with salt and pepper
6. Remove the pan from the heat and cover the pan tightly with
plastic wrap. Keep in a warm place until ready to serve.
7. Remove the roasting pan from the oven and allow the pumpkin
to rest in the pan for 5 minutes.
8. To serve, spoon the fonduta onto a warmed platter, and then
arrange the pumpkin pieces over it. Grind fresh pepper over the
pumpkin, sprinkle with the remaining 2 tablespoons Parmigiano,
and serve.
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Mario Batali and business partner Joe Bastianich own nineteen restaurants across the country including their flagship
New York City enoteca, Babbo. In the summer of 2010, Mario and Joe opened Eataly, a 50,000 square foot marketplace in New York City.
Along with hosting a variety of television shows, including Iron Chef America, Mario is the author of eight cookbooks.
His most recent, Molto Batali: Simple Family Meals form My Home to Yours (Ecco 2011), was released in October.
BY MARIO BATALI
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Floyd Cardoz is the Executive Chef of North End Grill in New York. He is also the consulting chef for El Verano Taqueria located at
Citi Field, home of the New York Mets. In 2006, Floyd wrote his first cookbook, One Spice, Two Spice. In 2011, Floyd received the title
of Top Chef on Bravo’s Top Chef Masters series, winning the grand prize of $110,000 for his designated charity of choice,
the Young Scientist Cancer Research Fund at New York’s Mount Sinai School of Medicine.
BY FLOYD CARDOZ
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INGREDIENTS
Serves 6
1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil
2 star anise
3 cloves
1 small dried red chile, broken in half
3 tablespoons duck fat, bacon fat, or unsalted butter
2 bay leaves
5 large garlic cloves, sliced lengthwise
Scant 1/4 cup thinly sliced peeled ginger
One 5-inch rosemary sprig
1/2 large white onion, cut in half crosswise
and thinly sliced
2 1/2 pounds acorn or Delicata squash (about 2),
peeled, cut in half, seeded, and cut into
1-inch pieces about 1/4-inch thick
1/2 cup lime juice (from 2 large limes)
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
1/4 cup pure maple syrup
DIRECTIONS
1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees
2. Heat the oil in a wide ovenproof 6-quart pot over moderately
high heat and add the star anise and cloves. Cook, stirring, for
30 seconds. Add the chile, duck fat, bay leaves, garlic, ginger,
rosemary, and onion. Cook, stirring, until the onion has softened,
about 5 minutes.
3. Add the squash and lime juice, stirring to coat the squash with the
lime juice, and season with salt and a generous amount of pepper.
4. Roast the squash, uncovered, in the middle of the oven, stirring
occasionally until the squash is tender, about 30 minutes. Stir in
the maple syrup and salt and pepper to taste. Remove the star
anise, cloves, chile, bay leaves, and rosemary before serving.

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Gale Gand, executive pastry chef and partner of the Five Diamond, Four-Star restaurant TRU in Chicago, with its newly awarded Michelin star, was
named pastry chef of the year by The James Beard Foundation and Bon Appétit magazine in 2001. Host of Food Network’s Sweet Dreams, Gand
has also appeared on Iron Chef America, Martha Stewart, Baking With Julia (Child), The Oprah Winfrey Show, and judged Bravo’s Top Chef and
Top Chef Just Desserts. She is also a cookbook author with seven titles to her credit, including her most recent, Gale Gand’s Brunch.
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Makes about 12 Iarge biscuits
1 1/2 cups heavy cream
2 cups all-purpose flour
2 tablespoons baking powder
1 teaspoon kosher salt
2/3 cup grated Parmesan cheese
1/8 teaspoon cayenne
3/4 teaspoon dry mustard
3/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
DIRECTIONS
1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
2. In a mixing bowl, whip the cream until stiff peaks form.
3. In the bowl of a mixer, blend together all the remaining
ingredients. Add the whipped cream and mix at low speed
just until combined.
4. On a lightly floured surface, roll or pat out the dough to 3/4-inch
thickness. With a biscuit or cookie cutter or a clean empty can,
cut out circles about 2 inches in diameter.
5. Transfer to an ungreased baking sheet with a spatula. Knead
the scraps together just until combined, then roll out again and
continue cutting out circles until all the dough is used.
6. Bake until golden brown, about 20 minutes, and serve immediately.
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INGREDIENTS
Serves 6
2 bunches arugula
1 teaspoon cider vinegar
1 tablespoon sugar
1 large quince, peeled and medium-sized diced
without seeds (can use firm pear such as
Bosc if preferred)
1 fresh pomegranate, (can use seeds or
2 cups juice if reduced to syrup)
2 large egg yolks
1 small shallot, peeled and minced
3 tablespoons red wine vinegar
1 tablespoon prepared Dijon mustard
1 tablespoon water
Kosher salt and pepper
1/2 cup canola oil
1/2 cup walnuts, lightly toasted
1 Belgian endive
DIRECTIONS
1. Clean arugula leaves, remove excess stems, dry and reserve
in the fridge.
2. In a small sauce pot combine 1 cup water, 1 teaspoon cider
vinegar and 1 tablespoon sugar, add the quince and cook for
15 minutes or until just tender. Drain and reserve.
3. Cut the pomegranate in half; using a spoon, remove seeds
and reserve.
4. In a blender, combine the egg yolks, shallot, vinegar, mustard
and water and blend well for 30 seconds. Add salt and pepper to
taste, and begin slowly drizzling in oil to combine in a “creamy”
fashion. When enough oil is incorporated to produce a “heavy
cream “consistency, add 3 tablespoons of walnuts and pulse
briefly to chop nuts. Taste for seasoning.
5. Thinly slice endive lengthwise, and toss with arugula and 3
tablespoons of the dressing. Arrange over 4 small plates, evenly
sprinkle quince, pomegranate seeds and remaining walnuts
over each plate and drizzle the dressing over the top to serve.
BY KERRY HEFFERNAN
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Executive Chef Kerry Heffernan brings 20 years of culinary excellence and leadership to the kitchen of South Gate in New York, which features
outstanding American seasonal fare. In 1998, he became the opening Executive Chef and eventually partner at Eleven Madison Park in
New York. Under his leadership, the restaurant received accolades from a wide variety of sources. Kerry has remained active outside the
kitchen with numerous volunteer services, such as cooking for Share Our Strength, Project by Project, City Meals on Wheels and Kids for Kids.
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INGREDIENTS
Serves 6
1 cup extra-virgin olive oil
1/3 cup balsamic vinegar
2 pounds Brussels sprouts shaved like a cabbage
for cole slaw (mandoline works best)
Half small red onion shaved (mandoline)
1 cup flat leaf parsley leaves
1/4 cup shaved Parmigiano-Reggiano
Kosher salt and pepper
1/4 cup toasted hulled pumpkin seeds
DIRECTIONS
1. In a large mixing bowl whisk together the vinegar and oil
until well combined. Add the Brussels sprouts, onion, parsley,
and Parmigiano and toss to combine.
2. Season generously with salt and pepper. Place on serving
platter, top with pumpkin seeds.
BY ANTONIA LOFASO
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Lofaso attended the French Culinary Institute in New York City and, upon graduating, accepted a position at Beverly Hills’ best known restaurant,
Wolfgang Puck’s Spago. After leaving Spago, she was hired to run the kitchen at a new Los Angeles hot spot, Foxtail. She currently serves as
Executive Chef for Black Market, also in Los Angeles, and her first cookbook, The Busy Mom’s Cookbook, is due in fall 2012.
This recipe is a great salad idea around the holidays — everyone loves Brussels sprouts this time of year.
It also holds really well, gets better as it sits and can be made a day in advance.
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Sara Moulton is a chef, cookbook author, and TV personality. Sara was one of the Food Network’s founding personalities,
hosting Cooking Live, Cooking Live Primetime, and Sara’s Secrets. This past June, her most recent cookbook, Sara Moulton’s
Everyday Family Dinners, was named best cookbook of the year by The International Association of Culinary Professionals.
The second season of Sara’s Weeknight Meals premiered in October on Public Television.
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INGREDIENTS
Serves 4
1 package (10 ounces) frozen green peas, thawed
1 medium onion
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 teaspoon yellow mustard seeds
1/2 teaspoon cumin seeds
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
DIRECTIONS
1. Pat the peas dry. Halve and thinly slice the onion (about 1 cup).
Heat 1 tablespoon of the oil in a medium skillet over medium heat.
Reduce the heat to medium-low; add the onion and sauté, stirring
occasionally, until it is well browned, about 10 minutes. Remove
to a bowl.
2. Add the remaining 1 tablespoon of oil to the skillet and heat over
high heat. Add the mustard and cumin seeds; cover immediately
and cook, shaking the pan, for 30 seconds. Remove the pan from
the heat and set aside until the seeds stop popping.
3. Add the peas to the pan and cook just until hot. Return the onion
to the pan and cook until it is hot; season with salt and pepper
to taste and serve.

This one takes me back, way back, to the Thanksgiving of my youth, when my mom made sure that
Birds Eye Peas and Pearl Onions in Lightly Seasoned Sauce occupied a bowl of honor on the groaning board.
I loved them then, but these days I’m inclined to season my veggies myself.
You might figure that this recipe is too simple to be good, but you’d be wrong. The toasted cumin and mustard seeds,
combined with thinly sliced caramelized onion, really jazz up good old frozen peas. Indeed, this is a classic case of less is more.
We’re doing very little here other than letting good ingredients speak for themselves.
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As the son of displaced farmers, Michel Nischan, CEO, founder and president of Wholesome Wave, grew up with a great appreciation for
local agriculture and those who work the land. He translated these childhood values into a career as a James Beard Award-winning chef,
author and restaurateur, becoming a catalyst for change in the sustainable food movement. An Ashoka Fellow, Michel serves on the Board of
Trustees for the James Beard Foundation, The Rodale Institute and The Center for Health and the Global Environment (Harvard Medical School).
BY MICHEL NISCHAN
B L A C K B A R L E Y A N D
A U T U M N V E G E T A B L E S
INGREDIENTS
Serves 4-6
8 ounces uncooked black barley
1 small bunch of fresh thyme
2 bay leaves
1/4 teaspoon black peppercorns
Grated zest of 1 orange
1/4 cup diced parsnip (1 small parsnip)
1/4 cup diced carrot (1 small carrot)
1/4 cup diced celery root (1 small root)
1 tablespoon unsalted butter
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
Flat-leaf parsley leaves, for garnish
DIRECTIONS
1. Put the barley in a bowl. Pour enough cold water over it to cover
by about 1 inch. Set aside to soak for 24 hours
2. Lay an 8-inch by 8-inch double thickness of cheesecloth on a
work surface. Pile thyme, bay leaves, peppercorns, and orange
zest in the center of the cheesecloth. Tie the corners together to
make a bouquet garni.
3. Drain the barley. Transfer it to a large pot. Add 4 cups of fresh
water and the bouquet garni. Stir once or twice. Bring to a boil
over medium-high heat. Reduce the heat to medium-low. Simmer
very gently for 25 to 30 minutes, or until the barley is tender.
4. If necessary, drain the excess liquid from the pot. Add the parsnip,
carrot, celery root and butter. Stir to mix. Continue cooking over
medium heat for 6 to 8 minutes, or until the vegetables are tender
and the butter has melted. Season to taste with salt and pepper,
garnish with parsley, and serve.
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restaurant holds three stars from the Michelin Guide, a “29” food rating from the 2011 Zagat Guide, the highest of any restaurant in the city, and
has upheld a four-star review from The New York Times for over two decades. Eric is a regular guest judge on Bravo’s Top Chef, host of his own
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BY ERIC RIPERT
R O A S T E D F I N G E R L I N G P O T AT O E S
INGREDIENTS
Serves 8
3 to 3 1/2 pounds fingerling potatoes, washed
2 heads garlic, cloves separated, unpeeled
1/4 cup olive oil
Fine sea salt and freshly ground white pepper to taste
4 sprigs rosemary
4 sprigs thyme
3 tablespoons butter
DIRECTIONS
1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
2. Cut the fingerling potatoes in half and place them on a large
rimmed baking sheet with the garlic cloves. Drizzle the olive
oil over the potatoes and garlic and season to taste with salt
and pepper. Lightly toss the potatoes to coat, then scatter the
sprigs of rosemary and thyme over the potatoes and roast the
fingerlings until golden brown and tender, 20 to 25 minutes.
3. Remove the pan from the oven and toss with butter. Serve hot.
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INGREDIENTS
Serves 6
2 teaspoons chopped oregano
2 teaspoons chopped thyme
2 teaspoons chopped parsley
8 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
1 head cauliflower, cut in 8 wedges
Kosher salt
1 cup mixed cooked beans with liquid reserved
DIRECTIONS
1. In a small bowl combine the oregano, thyme, parsley, and 4
tablespoons of the oil; set aside.
2. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees. Chop 2 of the cauliflower wedges
into small pieces. In a 2-quart saucepan, combine 1 tablespoon
of the oil, 1 tablespoon water, and the chopped cauliflower;
sprinkle with salt. Cover the pan and cook over medium heat
until cauliflower is tender, about 15 minutes. Remove from heat,
transfer to a blender and purée until smooth. Keep warm.
3. In a small saucepan over low heat warm the beans in their
liquid. Strain, reserving the liquid. Place the beans in a mixing
bowl and crush them with the back of a spoon or small pot.
Stir in 1 tablespoon of the oil and 2 tablespoons of the bean
liquid; set aside and keep warm.
4. In a medium pot of lightly salted boiling water, cook the remaining
6 wedges of cauliflower for 5 minutes. Chill immediately in ice
water for about 3 minutes; drain and dry with a towel.
5. In a large skillet, heat the remaining 2 tablespoons of oil
over high heat. Add the cauliflower wedges and cook until
well-browned on one side, 5 to 7 minutes. Then flip the wedges
and cook until they start to become well-browned, 3 to 4
minutes. Add 1/4 cup water and place in the oven for about
5 minutes or until tender.
6. To finish the dish; place the cauliflower purée in the center of 6
plates. Place a spoonful of the crushed beans next to the purée.
Place a wedge of cauliflower into the purée and finish with the
herbed oil.
BY BILL TELEPAN
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INGREDIENTS
Serves 4
4 organic russet potatoes (3 1/2 pounds)
2 branches rosemary
3 cloves garlic
1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil
3 ounces (6 tablespoons) sweet organic butter
1 tablespoon sea salt
2 tablespoons grated Parmesan
DIRECTIONS
1. Wash and scrub potatoes. Place in a stockpot, cover with cold
water; add the rosemary and garlic. Bring to a simmer and cook
for about one hour or until the potatoes are al dente.
2. Remove and cool, then leave in fridge overnight.
3. Remove from the refrigerator and chunk with a fork until you
have large bite-sized pieces.
4. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Place potatoes in a heavy
skillet, add the extra-virgin olive oil and butter and then the
potatoes. Season lightly with sea salt, and roast in the oven
for 40 minutes to an hour.
5. Stir occasionally until crispy and golden brown.
6. Serve hot, sprinkled with the grated Parmesan.
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Bravo. His first cookbook, A Great American Cook, was published in 2007 and his second book, Italian My Way, was released in April of 2011.
BY JONATHAN WAXMAN
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INGREDIENTS
Serves 4
1 head butter lettuce, washed and dried
1 large or 2 small Royal Riviera
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Pears, cored and sliced
2/3 cup Rogue Creamery
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or other blue cheese
2/3 cup Harry & David candied pecans,
roasted pecans or roasted walnuts
For the Dressing
2 or 3 tablespoons Champagne vinegar
1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
1 tablespoon honey (optional)
1/2 teaspoon sea salt
1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
3/4 cup walnut oil
DIRECTIONS
1. Gently tear the lettuce into bite-size pieces. Arrange on
four chilled plates. Top with fans of pear slices. Evenly sprinkle
blue cheese over the pears and lettuce, and top with nuts.
2. Generously drizzle the dressing over the salad,
and serve immediately.
1. In a medium bowl, whisk together the first five ingredients.
2. Gradually whisk in the walnut oil. Chill for 20 minutes.
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Butternut Squash Gingerbread
by Tom Douglas
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Photo Credit: Sarah Flotard
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W I T H F L U T E D R O U N D C U T O U T S
INGREDIENTS
Serves 6 to 8, makes an 8-inch tart
Pâte Brisée (see recipe on next page)
4 pounds Granny Smith apples
1 tablespoon finely grated lemon zest
2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice
3/4 cup packed light-brown sugar
1/4 cup granulated sugar
1/4 cup all-purpose flour, plus more for dusting
1 teaspoon coarse salt
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg
3 tablespoons cold unsalted butter, cut into small pieces
1 large egg yolk
1 tablespoon heavy cream
Fine sanding sugar, for sprinkling
DIRECTIONS
1. On a lightly floured work surface, roll 1 disk of dough to 1/8 inch
thick. Fit into a 9-inch deep-dish pie plate. Trim edges flush
with rim. Refrigerate for 1 hour.
2. Roll remaining disk of dough to 1/8 inch thick. Using a 1 3/4-
inch fluted round cutter, cut out about 70 rounds, rerolling
scraps if necessary. Place rounds on a parchment-lined baking
sheet, and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
3. Peel and core apples. Thinly slice half the apples, and cut
remaining apples into 1-inch pieces.
4. Toss together apples, lemon zest and juice, sugars, flour, salt,
cinnamon, and nutmeg in a large bowl. Place filling in piecrust,
mounding it in the center. Dot with butter. To make egg wash,
whisk together egg yolk and cream in a small bowl. Lightly
brush edge of piecrust with egg wash.
5. Arrange dough rounds over filling, working in a spiral from the
outside in to the center, overlapping them slightly. Lightly brush
top of each round with egg wash as you work to help them
adhere to one another.
6. Once the filling has been covered with rounds, lightly brush
entire top of pie with egg wash.
BY MARTHA STEWART
Overlapping disks of pâte brisée top a highly spiced apple pie.
You will need a 1 3/4-inch fluted round cutter to create the layered effect on the top crust.
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W I T H F L U T E D R O U N D C U T O U T S
For the Pâte Brisée
Makes enough for 1 double-crust
or 2 single-crust 9-inch pies
2 3/4 cups all-purpose flour
1 1/2 teaspoons coarse salt
1 tablespoon granulated sugar
2 1/4 sticks (18 tablespoons) cold unsalted butter,
cut into 1/2-inch pieces
7 to 10 tablespoons ice water
1. Pulse flour, salt, and sugar in a food processor. Add butter,
and pulse until coarse crumbs form, about 10 seconds.
2. With machine running, add ice water in a slow, steady stream
just until dough holds together and is not wet or sticky, no
longer than 30 seconds.
3. Divide dough into two portions, and shape each into a disk.
Wrap in plastic; refrigerate at least 1 hour or overnight.
Note: To ensure a flaky crust, chill the butter and the flour before
using. A food processor yields the best results, but you can use a
pastry cutter instead; work quickly so that the butter remains cold.
7. Sprinkle top with sanding sugar. Refrigerate pie for 1 hour.
8. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees, with racks in middle and
lower positions. Place a foil-lined baking sheet on lower rack to
catch any juices. Place pie on middle rack, and bake until crust
begins to turn golden brown, about 25 minutes. Reduce oven
temperature to 375 degrees, and bake until crust is golden brown
and juices are bubbling, about 1 hour, 10 minutes more. Tent with
foil if crust browns too quickly. Let cool completely on a wire rack.
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INGREDIENTS
Serves 6
3/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons sugar
9 Comice or other green-skinned pears
1/2 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice
1/2 cup fresh or frozen cranberries
DIRECTIONS
1. Combine sugar with 1 3/4 cups water in a medium saucepan.
Stir well, and cook the mixture over medium-high heat, stirring
occasionally, until sugar has dissolved, 5 to 8 minutes. Transfer
the syrup to a metal mixing bowl, and set bowl over an ice
bath, or place in the refrigerator to chill, about 30 minutes.
2. Meanwhile, peel and core 3 pears. Chop into 1/4-inch dice and
toss with 2 tablespoons lemon juice. Transfer to a medium
saucepan. Add cranberries. Cover and cook over medium heat
until the juices are released, 6 to 8 minutes. Reduce the heat to
medium low and cook, covered, until pears are very soft, 12 to
18 minutes. Transfer mixture to a food processor and process
until smooth. (At this stage, the purée may be passed through
a fine strainer to get a smoother texture.) Transfer purée to
metal bowl; let chill over an ice bath or in refrigerator, about
30 minutes.
3. Combine chilled purée with syrup and 1/4 cup lemon juice.
Transfer the mixture to an ice-cream machine and freeze,
following the manufacturer’s instructions. If a machine is not
available, place the mixture in an 11-by-6-by-2 3/4-inch plastic
container (this size container works best) in the freezer for 1
hour. After 1 hour, stir with a fork. Continue to freeze, stirring
every 30 minutes, until the sorbet has set and is completely
frozen, about 4 hours.
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Continued on next page.
This dessert is elegant enough to serve with Thanksgiving dinner, either as a pre-dessert course
or just as a lighter alternative to heavy pies and cakes.
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4. Meanwhile, make the serving shells. Cut the top inch from the 6 remaining pears, and reserve the tops. Using a melon baller,
scoop out as much flesh from the pears as possible, leaving the skin intact. Brush the insides of the pears with the remaining
2 tablespoons lemon juice. Place the pears and their tops in a large plastic container, and cover; transfer to the freezer for at
least 2 hours. The shells may be prepared 2 to 3 days ahead. To serve, fill frozen shells with sorbet, and garnish with the pear
tops. Serve immediately.
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platforms and high-quality products available at numerous retail outlets.
As first seen in the November 1997 issue of Martha Stewart Living
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magazine. For more visit www.marthastewart.com.
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INGREDIENTS
Serves 12
For the Crust
1 1/4 cups graham-cracker crumbs
(from 10 whole crackers)
1/4 cup sugar
4 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
Note: To make the crumbs for the crust, pulse graham
crackers in a food processor until finely ground. Or, if
you prefer, substitute the same amount of packaged
graham-cracker crumbs.
For the Filling
4 packages (8 ounces each) bar cream cheese, very soft
1 1/4 cups sugar
3 tablespoons all-purpose flour
1 cup canned pumpkin purée
2 tablespoons pumpkin-pie spice
1 tablespoon vanilla extract
1/2 teaspoon salt
4 large eggs, room temperature
DIRECTIONS
1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees, with rack in center. Assemble
a 9-inch nonstick springform pan, with the raised side of the
bottom part facing up.
2. Make the crust: In a medium bowl, mix cracker crumbs, sugar,
and butter until moistened; press firmly into bottom of pan.
Bake until golden around edges, 10 to 12 minutes.
3. Make the filling: With an electric mixer, beat cream cheese
and sugar on low speed until smooth; mix in flour (do not
overmix). Add pumpkin purée, pie spice, vanilla, and salt; mix
just until smooth. Add eggs one at a time, mixing until each is
incorporated before adding the next.
4. Place springform pan on a rimmed baking sheet. Pour filling
into springform, and gently smooth top. Transfer to oven;
reduce oven heat to 300 degrees. Bake 45 minutes. Turn off
oven; let cheesecake stay in oven 2 hours more (without opening).
5. Remove from oven; cool completely. Cover with plastic wrap;
refrigerate until firm, at least 4 hours. Unmold before serving.
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the Emmy
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BY MARTHA STEWART
To prevent the top from cracking, be careful not to overmix the batter, and do not open the oven door
while the cake is baking or cooling inside the oven.
As first seen in the November 2004 issue of Everyday Food magazine. For more visit www.everydayfood.com
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INGREDIENTS
Serves 8-10
4 cups whole milk
2 1/4 cups heavy cream
8 large eggs
1 cup granulated sugar
2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon ground cloves
1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg
1 (15-ounce) can pumpkin purée
1/2 pound bread, sliced thick and torn into large chunks
Butter and brown sugar for preparing the pan
2 tablespoons confectioners’ sugar
You’ll Need: one 9 x 5-inch loaf pan
DIRECTIONS
1. Combine the milk, 1/4 cup cream, eggs, granulated sugar,
cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg and pumpkin purée in a large bowl.
Whisk until smooth. Add the bread and stir to be sure all the
bread is evenly moistened. Cover and let soak at least 4 hours
or overnight in the refrigerator.
2. Preheat the oven to 275 degrees. Butter a 9 by 5-inch loaf
pan and dust with brown sugar.
3. Ladle the pudding mixture into the loaf pan or ramekins
and bake until set, about 1 1/2 hours. Whip the 2 cups of
cream and confectioners’ sugar together just until it forms
soft mounds. Cut the pudding in slices, top with a dollop of
whipped cream, and serve warm.
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Donatella Arpaia’s first restaurant was the wildly successful Bellini, followed by such ventures as davidburke and donatella, Dona, Anthos, and
Kefi in Manhattan, and EOS and bistro e in Miami. Her first cookbook, Donatella Cooks: Simple Food Made Glamorous was released in 2010.
She is a guest judge on the Food Network’s Next Iron Chef and Iron Chef America and a contributor to NBC’s Today Show. This fall, she’ll
debut a pilot on the Food Network and launch Donatella-branded appliances on a major home shopping network.
BY DONATELLA ARPAIA
The beautiful thing about bread pudding is that it can’t fall like a soufflé or fail to set like a flan. It’s very forgiving,
which is perfect if you’re a baker like me who gets impatient with too much precision! I like to make this with a dense,
well-structured bread such as a day-old rustic French or Italian loaf or, at Christmastime, panettone. You can bake it in
individual ramekins if you prefer; just reduce the baking time to 40 minutes and place the ramekins on a baking sheet.
Be sure to pole the pudding to see if any uncooked custard bubbles up from the bottom before removing it from the oven.
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INGREDIENTS
Serves 8-10
2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
1/2 cup finely ground fresh breadcrumbs
12 tablespoons (1 1/2 sticks) unsalted butter,
at room temperature
1 1/4 cups plus 1/4 cup sugar
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
5 tablespoons whole milk
5 large eggs, at room temperature
2 cups all-purpose flour
1/4 cup plus 1/4 cup ground hazelnuts
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
3 ripe Comice pears
Grated zest and juice of 1 lemon
1/2 cup confectioners’ sugar
DIRECTIONS
1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
2. Brush the sides and bottom of a 3-inch-deep 9-inch springform
pan with the olive oil, and dust with the fresh breadcrumbs.
3. In a large bowl, use a handheld electric mixer on medium-low
to cream together the butter, 1 1/4 cups of the sugar, the vanilla,
and the milk until the mixture is light and fluffy, about 3 minutes.
Add the eggs, one and a time, beating until well incorporated.
4. In a separate bowl, mix together the flour, 1/4 cup of the
hazelnuts, the baking powder, the salt, and the cinnamon.
5. Add the dry ingredients to the wet, and mix with a wooden
spoon for 1 minute, until combined. Set the batter aside.
6. Peel and core the pears, and slice each one into 8 even slices.
Place the pears in a bowl, and toss with the remaining 1/4 cup
sugar and the lemon zest and juice.
7. Pour the batter into the prepared springform pan. Arrange the
pear slices on top of the batter, forming two concentric circles with
6 slices on the inside circle and 18 on the outside, with the stem
end of each piece pointing toward the center. (They will sink a bit.)
8. Place the pan in the oven and bake for 1 1/2 hours, or until the
cake is golden brown on top and a toothpick inserted toward
the center comes out clean. Remove from the oven and allow
to cool for 20 minutes.
9. Release the springform sides and place the cake on a platter.
Sprinkle the top of the cake with the remaining 1/4 cup ground
hazelnuts, dust with the confectioners’ sugar, and cut into
slices to serve.
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Mario Batali and business partner Joe Bastianich own nineteen restaurants across the country including their flagship
New York City enoteca, Babbo. In the summer of 2010, Mario and Joe opened Eataly, a 50,000 square foot marketplace in New York City.
Along with hosting a variety of television shows, including Iron Chef America, Mario is the author of eight cookbooks.
His most recent, Molto Batali: Simple Family Meals form My Home to Yours (Ecco 2011), was released in October.
BY MARIO BATALI
Recipe courtesy of Molto Batali (ecco 2011).
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W I T H S T A R A N I S E
BY MELISSA CLARK
I never thought to simmer down maple syrup until it turns thick, viscous, and extremely maple-y until I made
Bill Yosses’s maple ice cream recipe. Yosses, the pastry chef at the White House and a good friend of mine
(we wrote a cookbook together), reduces the syrup to eliminate as much of the water as possible,
which gives the smoothest, silkiest textured ice cream imaginable, with an intense maple flavor.
After trying his amazing ice cream recipe, I began to think about what else might benefit from
reduced maple syrup’s profound caramel sweetness, and came up with pecan pie. Then one Thanksgiving,
I decided to add a layer of complexity to the pie by infusing whole spices into the maple syrup
while it was simmering. I chose star anise because I thought the sharp, woodsy fennel flavor
would add an unexpected nuance to the classic combination of maple and nuts.
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Serves 8
Makes one 9-inch pie
For the Pie Crust:
1 1/4 cups all-purpose flour
1/4 teaspoon salt
10 tablespoons unsalted butter,
chilled and cut into 1/2-inch pieces
2 to 5 tablespoons ice water
DIRECTIONS
Make the Crust
1. In a food processor, briefly pulse together the flour and
salt. Add the butter and pulse until the mixture forms lima
bean–size pieces (three to five 1-second pulses). Add ice
water 1 tablespoon at a time, and pulse until the mixture is
just moist enough to hold together. Form the dough into a
ball, wrap with plastic, and flatten into a disc. Refrigerate at
least 1 hour before rolling out and baking (or up to a week,
or freeze for up to 4 months).
2. On a lightly floured surface, roll out the pie crust to a 12-inch
circle. Transfer the crust to a 9-inch pie plate. Fold over any
excess dough, then crimp as decoratively as you can manage.
3. Prick the crust all over with a fork. Freeze the crust for
15 minutes or refrigerate for 30 minutes.
4. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Cover the pie with aluminum
foil and fill with pie weights (you can use pennies, rice, or dried
beans for this; I use pennies). Bake for 20 minutes; remove the
foil and weights and bake until pale golden, about 5 minutes
more. Cool on a rack until needed.
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popular “A Good Appetite” Dining Section column. She has written 32 cookbooks, including In the Kitchen with a Good Appetite,
Braise with Daniel Boulud, The Last Course with former Gramercy Tavern pastry chef Claudia Fleming, and her latest book,
Cook This Now: 120 Easy and Delectable Dishes You Can’t Wait to Make.
For the Filling:
1 cup maple syrup
1/2 cup Demerara or raw sugar
8 whole star anise
2 cups pecan halves
3 large eggs
4 tablespoons (1/2 stick) unsalted butter, melted
2 tablespoons dark aged rum
1/4 teaspoon kosher salt
Whipped crème fraîche, for serving
Make the Filling
1. In a medium saucepan over medium-high heat, bring the maple
syrup, sugar, and star anise to a boil. Reduce to a simmer and
cook until the mixture is very thick, all the sugar has dissolved,
and the syrup measures 1 cup, 15 to 20 minutes. Remove from
the heat and let sit for 1 hour for the anise to infuse. While the
syrup is infusing, toast the nuts. Preheat the oven to 325 degrees.
Spread the pecans out on a baking sheet and toast them in the
oven until they start to smell nutty, about 12 minutes. Transfer to a
wire rack to cool.
2. Remove the star anise from the syrup. Warm the syrup if necessary
to make it pourable but not hot (you can pop it in the microwave
for a few seconds if you’ve moved it to a measuring cup).
3. In a medium bowl, whisk together the syrup, eggs, melted butter,
rum, and salt. Fold in the pecan halves. Pour the filling into the
crust and transfer to a rimmed baking sheet. Bake until the pie
is firm to the touch but jiggles slightly when moved, 35 to 40
minutes. Let cool to room temperature before serving with
whipped crème fraîche.
Notes/Tips
If you can get Grade B maple syrup, which has a fuller, richer flavor than the usual Grade A stuff, your pie will be even more
maple-y. That’s what I use.
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W I T H S T A R A N I S E
From Cook This Now by Melissa Clark. Copyright © 2011, Melissa Clark, Inc. Published by Hyperion. Available wherever books are sold. All Rights Reserved.
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INGREDIENTS
Nonstick cooking spray
2 cups skinned, toasted hazelnuts*
8 tablespoons (4 oz. one stick) unsalted butter
1/4 cup light corn syrup
1/2 cup water
2 cups granulated sugar
1/4 teaspoon kosher salt
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
*You will need roasted or blanched, skinned
hazelnuts for this recipe. If your hazelnuts are not
skinned, you can skin them yourself easily. Place the
hazelnuts in an even layer on a rimmed cookie sheet,
and roast them in a hot oven (375 degrees) for 7 to 10
minutes, or until the skins blister and crack. Transfer
the nuts to a clean dishtowel while they are still hot,
and roll them back and forth in the towel until the
skins rub off. You may need to repeat this process if
some of the skins are stubborn.
DIRECTIONS
1. Line a 13 by 9-inch jelly roll pan with parchment or wax paper, and
then lightly grease the paper with nonstick cooking spray or butter.
2. Crush the hazelnuts, breaking them into pieces by placing
them on the counter and pressing down with a small saucepan.
Place the nuts in a small bowl near the stove.
3. In a large, heavy-bottomed saucepan, melt the butter and corn
syrup together over low heat. Add the water, and then stir in
the sugar. Clip a candy thermometer to the side of the pan, and
turn the heat up to medium-high. The mixture will come to a
boil. Continue to cook the mixture until it turns deep golden
brown, registering 350 degrees on the candy thermometer.
Immediately turn off the heat and very carefully remove the
candy thermometer.
4. Using a large wooden spoon, metal slotted spoon, or
heat-proof spatula, stir in the salt and vanilla extract, then
stir in the hazelnuts. Make sure that the caramel coats all of
the nuts. Turn the mixture out onto the baking sheet and
spread it towards the sides of the pan so that the nuts are
in a single layer. Let the brittle cool completely before
breaking it into pieces and storing in an air-tight plastic
container. Keep in a cool, dry place.
5. To prepare the brittle for a garnish or topping, break it into
small pieces and then chop it using a large chef’s knife.
BY GINA DEPALMA
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INGREDIENTS
Makes one 10-inch cake, 10-12 servings
For the Squash Topping:
1 medium butternut squash (about 2 pounds)
1/2 cup (1 stick) unsalted butter, plus a little more
for buttering the pans
1 cup firmly packed brown sugar
1/2 cup coarsely chopped pecans
DIRECTIONS
1. Butter a 10 by 2-inch round cake pan and line the bottom with
a circle of parchment paper. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
2. To prepare the squash topping, cut the peel from the squash, then
cut the squash in half lengthwise, and scrape out the seeds and
fibers with a spoon. Slice the squash into wedges about 1/3-inch
thick, and place them on a lightly buttered baking sheet. Bake until
tender when pierced with the tip of a knife, about 20 to 25 minutes,
turning the squash pieces over with a spatula halfway through the
cooking time. Remove from the oven and set aside. Reduce the
oven temperature to 350 degrees.
3. In a small saucepan over medium heat, melt the butter with
the brown sugar, stirring until smooth. Pour the butter-sugar
mixture evenly into the cake pan.
4. Arrange the squash wedges in a decorative pattern (like the
spokes of a wheel) over the bottom of the pan, trimming them
to fit if necessary. You may have a few squash slices left over.
Using your fingers, press down on the squash slices gently, so
you’ll be able to see them through the sugar topping when the
cake is unmolded. Sprinkle the pecans over the squash. Set the
prepared cake pan aside.
BY TOM DOUGLAS
The thin wedges of squash that top this cake bake in a brown sugar and butter glaze until they’re candied and almost translucent.
Butternut squash has a thin skin which is easy to peel with a vegetable peeler. Or you could substitute peeled slices of sugar
pumpkin, red kuri squash, or ripe pears for the butternut squash. If you use pears, you won’t need to roast them first.
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For the Cake Batter
2 1/2 cups all purpose flour
2 teaspoons baking soda
1 teaspoon kosher salt
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg
1 cup hot strong coffee
1/2 cup molasses
2 teaspoons peeled and grated fresh ginger
2 large eggs
1 cup granulated sugar
1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter,
melted and slightly cooled
Whipped cream, sweetened to taste with sugar
1. To make the cake batter, mix together the flour, soda, salt,
cinnamon and nutmeg in a bowl. In another bowl, whisk
together the coffee, molasses, and ginger.
2. In a large bowl, lightly whisk together the eggs and granulated
sugar, then whisk in the butter.
3. To the egg-butter mixture, add the dry ingredients in 2 batches,
alternating with the coffee mixture, and beating with a wooden
spoon or a rubber spatula until smooth. Pour the batter into
the prepared pan.
4. Place the cake pan on a baking sheet lined with foil because
the brown sugar mixture may bubble over as the cake bakes.
Bake at 350 degrees until a toothpick inserted in the center of
the cake comes out clean, about 50 to 60 minutes. If the cake
is browning too quickly before it is done, cover it loosely with a
piece of foil.
5. Remove the cake pan from the oven and allow it to cool on a
rack for about 5 minutes. To unmold, run a thin knife around
the cake to loosen it. Cover the cake pan with an inverted
plate, then invert the whole thing. Remove the pan and the
cake should slide right out onto the plate. Peel off the circle of
parchment paper and replace any squash or pecans clinging to
the paper. Cool the cake to room temperature before slicing.
6. To serve, slice the cake into wedges and serve with dollops of
whipped cream.
Note: You can bake and unmold the cake early in the day and
leave it at room temperature. Leftovers, if there are any, stay moist
for a day or two, wrapped in plastic wrap.
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INGREDIENTS
Serves 12
2 cups all-purpose flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg
Pinch of salt
1 1/2 teaspoons grated fresh ginger
(or 1 teaspoon ground ginger)
1 1/4 sticks (10 tablespoons) unsalted butter,
at room temperature
1 cup sugar
1/2 cup (packed) light brown sugar
2 large eggs, at room temperature
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
1 1/4 cups canned unsweetened pumpkin purée
1 large apple, peeled, cored and finely chopped
1 cup cranberries, halved or coarsely chopped
1 cup pecans, coarsely chopped
Confectioners’ sugar, for dusting
DIRECTIONS
1. Center a rack in the oven and preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
2 Butter a 9- to 10-inch (12-cup) Bundt pan. (If you’ve got a
silicone Bundt pan, there’s no need to butter it.) Don’t place
the pan on a baking sheet — you want the oven’s heat to
circulate freely through the Bundt’s inner tube.
3. Whisk together the flour, baking powder, baking soda,
cinnamon, nutmeg, salt and ground ginger, if you’re using
it (not the grated ginger).
4. Working with a stand mixer, preferably fitted with a paddle
attachment, or with a hand mixer in a large bowl, beat the
butter and both sugars together at medium speed until light
and fluffy.
5. Add the eggs one at a time, and beat for 1 minute after each
addition. Beat in the vanilla. Reduce the mixer speed to low
and add the pumpkin, chopped apple and grated ginger, if
using it — don’t be concerned if the mixture looks curdled. Still
on low speed, add the dry ingredients, mixing only until they
are incorporated. With a rubber spatula, stir in the cranberries
and pecans. Scrape the batter into the pan and smooth the top
with the rubber spatula.
6. Bake for 60 to 70 minutes, or until a thin knife inserted into the
center of the cake comes out clean. Transfer the cake to a rack
and cool for 10 minutes before unmolding, then cool to room
temperature on the rack. Just before bringing the cake to the
table, dust it with confectioners’ sugar.
BY DORIE GREENSPAN
Name your favorite it-tastes-like-Thanksgiving flavor, and you’ll find it here: pumpkin, cranberry, apples, pecans
and the fall-winter spices cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger. The only thing that might be missing is maple syrup, and there’s
no reason you can’t add it by mixing a little into some whipped cream and topping each serving with a fat spoonful.
Or, make a maple icing to drizzle down the cake’s sides (see Playing Around). Like all Bundts, this one has convenience
and generosity on its side. It’s essentially a one-bowl cake that bakes up ready to serve and ready for a crowd.
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Serving
Because of the apples, cranberries and nuts, this cake doesn’t lend itself to being cut into dainty slices — and that’s just as well:
you really want to get a mouthful, the better to appreciate the cake’s many flavors. It needs no embellishments if you’re serving
it as an afternoon treat, but it is nice with softly whipped cream or a scoop of ice cream. For brunch, toast the cake lightly and
spread it with a little salted butter and/or a slick of pure maple syrup.
Storing
Wrapped well, the cake will keep at room temperature for up to 5 days, at which point it will be perfect for toasting;
or freeze for up to 2 months.
Playing Around — Maple Syrup Icing
To make a maple-flavored icing for the cake, sift 6 tablespoons confectioners’ sugar into a bowl. Stir in 2 tablespoons maple
syrup. Add more maple syrup little by little, until you have an icing that runs nicely off the tip of the spoon — you might need
another 1/2 tablespoon syrup to get the consistency. Put the cooled cake on a sheet of wax paper and drizzle the icing from
the tip of the spoon over it. Let the icing set for a few minutes before serving.
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Dorie Greenspan is the James Beard Award-winning author of ten cookbooks — her latest is Around My French Table,
a New York Times Bestseller. She and her son, Josh, are the cookie monsters behind CookieBar, their online boutique.
Her most recent project, Baking with Dorie, is a step-by-step video baking course available as an iPad
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Dorie blogs about food of all kinds from her two home bases, New York City and Paris.
Recipe courtesy: Baking From My Home to Yours, Dorie Greenspan (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2006).
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G R A M M Y ’ S A P P L E C A K E
INGREDIENTS
2 cups diced unpeeled apples
3/4 cup granulated sugar
1/4 cup brown sugar
1 large egg
1 cup canola oil
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
3/ 4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon grated nutmeg
1/8 teaspoon ground cloves
1/4 cup raisins
1/2 cup chopped nuts
2 tablespoons water
Glaze, recipe follows
For the Glaze:
1/2 stick (4 tablespoons) unsalted butter
1/2 cup brown sugar
2 tablespoons evaporated milk
DIRECTIONS
1. In a medium bowl, combine apples and both sugars. Let stand
for 1 hour. Drain off juice and save.
2. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Grease and flour an 8-inch
round cake pan.
3. In a large bowl with either an electric mixer or by hand, beat
together the egg and oil. Add vanilla and liquid from apples.
Mix well.
4. Sift together the flour, baking soda, salt and spices. Add to egg
mixture and beat well. Add apples, nuts and raisins.
5. Use the 2 tablespoons of water to rinse apple bowl and add to mix
and mix well. Pour into the prepared pan.
6. Bake until a cake tester inserted in the center of the cake comes
out clean with some moist crumbs sticking to it. Transfer the cake,
in the pan, to a wire rack set over a baking sheet or waxed paper;
cool 20 minutes. Run a spatula around the edge of the pan and
invert the cake onto the rack. Glaze while still warm.
Bring all ingredients to a boil for 1 minute and pour
over warm cake.
BY MIKE PRICE
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and also honed his skills at NYC’s The Harrison and The Water Club. In 2007, Mikey and his business partner, Joey Campanaro,
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INGREDIENTS
Serves 8
For the Filling
1 recipe of Pâte Sucré (Sweet Dough);
see recipe on next page
5 cups (about 10 large) organic Pippin
or Granny Smith apples
6 tablespoons unsalted butter
1 cup sugar
1/4 cup plus 1 tablespoon Calvados
1 tablespoon brandy
2 tablespoons organic heavy cream
1/4 cup dried pitted prunes, chopped
1/4 cup dried apricots, chopped
1/4 cup dried figs, chopped
1 tablespoon lemon juice
2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
1 teaspoon grated lemon zest
1 teaspoon grated orange zest
1/2 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg
1 cage-free egg white, very lightly whisked
1 1/2 tablespoons crystallized sugar
DIRECTIONS
1. Peel, core and quarter the apples. Cut into 1/4-inch slices.
2. In 2 or 3 large skillets, melt the butter (2 or 3 tablespoons in
each skillet, depending upon how many you use) and brown.
The butter will have a slightly nutty aroma.
3. Divide the apples, arrange in the pans, and coat with the butter.
4. Sprinkle in the sugar and over medium-high heat, sauté the
apples until lightly caramelized and tender, 15 to 20 minutes,
turning often so that the apples cook evenly.
5. Pour in 1 tablespoon of Calvados and the brandy and cook
until the alcohol burns off.
6. Pour in the cream, stir to combine. Transfer to a sheet tray,
spread to cool.
7. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
8. Warm the remaining 1/4 cup Calvados. Combine the chopped
prunes, apricots, and figs in a small bowl. Pour the Calvados
over and let the fruit plump up. In a large bowl, combine the
cooled apples and the plumped dried fruit. Stir in the lemon
juice, cinnamon, lemon and orange zests, and nutmeg,
and mix well.
9. Spoon the filling into the prepared pie plate. Using a wide
spatula, carefully transfer the 9-inch latticework circle and
arrange on top of the filling. Brush the latticework with egg
white and sprinkle with the crystallized sugar.
10. Bake 30 minutes, turn the oven down to 350 degrees and
bake 35 to 40 minutes longer, until the crust is golden brown.
Cool on a rack.
BY WOLFGANG PUCK
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For the Pâté Sucré (Sweet Dough)
Makes enough for a double crust
All-purpose flour for rolling
2 1/3 cups cake or pastry flour
1/3 cup sugar
1/2 pound unsalted butter, chilled, cut into small pieces
2 large cage-free egg yolks
1 or 2 tablespoons heavy cream
1. In a food processor fitted with the steel blade, combine the
flour and sugar. Add the butter and process until the texture
resembles fine meal.
2. In a small bowl, whisk together the yolks and 1 tablespoon of
the cream. Scrape into the machine and process until a ball
begins to form, using the additional tablespoon of cream, if
necessary. Remove the dough from the machine, and on a
lightly floured surface, press down into a circle. Wrap in plastic
wrap and refrigerate for at least 1 hour.
For the Pie Crust
1. Divide the pastry into two parts, one a little larger than the other. Wrap the larger piece in plastic wrap and reserve.
2. On a lightly floured surface, roll the smaller piece into a round, 1/8- to 1/4-inch thick, and large enough to overhang a
10-inch pie plate by about 1/2-inch.
3. Arrange the pastry in the pie plate and even the edges with a sharp knife, leaving about a 1/2-inch overhang.
(Add the trimmings to the reserved dough.)
4. Tuck the overhang back under, making a slightly thicker edging. Chill for 30 minutes. If using a glass pie plate,
remove from the refrigerator 15 minutes before filling.
5. On a lightly floured surface, roll out the reserved piece of dough to a 12-inch square, about 1/4-inch thick.
6. Cut a piece of cardboard, 1/2-inch wide and 10 or 12 inches long. Wrap it in plastic wrap and use as a guide.
7. With a sharp knife or a pastry cutter, cut the square of dough into twenty 1/2-inch-wide strips. Lay 10 strips vertically
on the back of a large baking pan, leaving a small space between strips.
8. Weave a lattice pattern by placing each of the remaining strips over and under horizontally. (It’s easier to weave
if the dough is not too firm, but it can’t be too soft, either. If it’s too soft, refrigerate for a little while and then continue.)
To weave, turn back every other strip of dough (1, 3, 5, etc.), lay a horizontal strip across, as close to the top as possible,
and return the turned-back strips to the original length.
9. For the next row, alternate the strips that you turn back (2, 4, 6, etc.) and again place a horizontal strip across,
close to the first strip. Repeat until all the strips are used. Refrigerate just until firm.
10. Using a 9-inch cardboard round, a plate, or a pot cover as a guide, cut out a 9-inch circle of latticework and
refrigerate on the baking pan until needed. (Excess dough can be wrapped and refrigerated or frozen for future use.)
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1/2 cup canola oil
1/2 cup apple sauce, sweetened or unsweetened
2 large eggs, lightly beaten
2 cups whole wheat flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 tablespoon ground ginger
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon ground cloves
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/3 cup buttermilk
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1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 cup heavy cream
DIRECTIONS
1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Grease an 8 by 8-inch
baking pan; set aside.
2. In a large mixing bowl, combine agave nectar, oil, apple sauce
and eggs. In a separate bowl, whisk together flour, baking soda,
ginger, cinnamon, cloves and salt. Add dry ingredients to
wet ingredients and beat until well combined. Slowly add in
buttermilk, just until incorporated.
3. Pour batter into prepared pan. Bake for 35 to 38 minutes or
until a toothpick inserted near the center comes out clean.
Cool cake in pan on a wire rack. Turn out of pan onto a cake
plate when cooled. Spread the Agave Cream Cheese Frosting
over the top of the cake.
1. In a large bowl, using an electric mixer, beat cream cheese,
1/2 cup agave nectar and vanilla extract until light and fluffy;
set aside.
2. In a separate bowl, combine heavy cream and 1 tablespoon
agave nectar. Beat with an electric mixer until stiff peaks form.
Gently fold the whipped cream into the agave-cream cheese
mixture. Yields about 2 1/2 cups. Best if used immediately, or
can be refrigerated for up to 2 days.
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Pilgrim Father’s Folly
1 1/2 ounces (3 tablespoons) Plymouth Gin
1 1/2 ounces (3 tablespoons) pink grapefruit juice
1/2 ounce (1 tablespoon) Thatcher’s Blood Orange
Liqueur
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1. Shake the first three ingredients over ice and strain
into a highball glass filled with fresh ice.
2. Add 1 1/2 ounces (3 tablespoons) chilled Prosecco
and stir gently.
3. Garnish with an orange twist.
INGREDIENTS
Newton’s Apple
2 ounces (4 tablespoons) Knob Creek Bourbon
3/4 ounce (1 1/2 tablespoons) Thatcher’s Elderflower
Liqueur
3/4 ounce (1 1/2 tablespoons) fresh Fuji apple juice
1/2 ounce (1 tablespoon) fresh lime juice
1 lime wheel
1 sprig fresh mint
DIRECTIONS
1. Shake ingredients over ice and strain into a collins glass
filled with fresh ice.
2. Garnish with a sprig of fresh mint.
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Allen Katz is the Director of Mixology & Spirits Education for Southern Wine & Sprits of New York. He is also the co-founder of the New
York Distilling Company in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, where he soon will make a variety of artisanal American Gins and Whiskeys. He can be
heard every Friday on Martha Stewart Living
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BY ALLEN KATZ
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INGREDIENTS
1 1/2ounces (3 tablespoons) Appleton Estate V/X rum
3/4 ounce (1 1/2 tablespoons) spice syrup*
1/2 ounce (1 tablespoon) lemon juice
Ice cubes
1/2 ounce pumpkin purée
1 drop The Bitter Truth Jerry Thomas’ Own
Decanter bitters
1 cinnamon stick
3 cloves
* Spice syrup: In a medium saucepan, bring to a boil 2 cups of water,
2 rounded cups of granulated sugar, 8 cinnamon sticks, 8 cloves,
and half a grated nutmeg, stirring until the sugar has dissolved. Let
steep in the refrigerator for a day, then strain mixture into a clean,
sealed container. Can be kept refrigerated for up to 3 weeks.
DIRECTIONS
1. In a shaker, combine liquid ingredients with ice. Shake and
strain into a rocks glass with a 2-inch-square ice cube.
2. Garnish with cinnamon stick and cloves.
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Daniel Boulud, a native of Lyon, France, is today considered one of America’s leading culinary authorities.
In all his restaurants you’ll find soulfully satisfying traces of the traditional cooking he grew up with on his family’s farm. He is best known for
the exquisitely refined yet warm and welcoming New York City restaurant DANIEL, the renowned three Michelin star Relais & Châteaux member.
He is also a co-founder and Chairman of the Bocuse d’Or USA Foundation.
BY DANIEL BOULUD
Seasonal flavors play a big role in my cocktails, and inspired by Thanksgiving, I blended pumpkin purée with house-made spice syrup,
a drop of Bitter Truth, lemon juice, and rich Jamaican aged rum. It’s like sipping autumn.
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Isaac Mizrahi has been a designer for almost 30 years. Currently, his lifestyle collection, ISAAC MIZRAHI LIVE! is available at QVC.
He enjoys playing with his dog Harry and inventing new flavors of ice cream. For more information visit www.watchisaac.com.
BY ISAAC MIZRAHI
Hire a waiter or bartender — it will save you loads of time
and it’s worth every penny. Contact a local cooking school as a start.
A few years ago I started hosting a potluck Thanksgiving. It’s the only
way to go — otherwise you are just tied to the kitchen and not enjoying the day.
I like to concentrate on one AMAZING dessert, usually a delicious new ice cream.
Let your favorite bakery worry about the pies — that is what they are there for.
Mix and match place settings of similar colors. A boring table = a boring dinner.
Stick to flowers in one color — all pinks, all oranges. It is such a breeze after that.
Switch up the Thanksgiving color palette. Bright orange, pink, and yellow are
so much fresher and more fun than green, brown, and blah orange.
Have your coolest friend make a playlist. And then if no one
likes the dinner music…blame your friend!
Keep hors d’oeuvres simple. Some roasted nuts, shards of Parmesan,
dried figs — enough to compliment a cocktail, but not feed people for hours.
My go-to hostess gift is a box of delicious sea salt caramels.
Who wouldn’t want those?
Send guests home with a goody bag of some leftover turkey or freshly baked cookies.
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EARLY NOVEMBER
......... Choose a menu.
......... If you’re ordering a fresh turkey, do it now; if you’re
buying a frozen turkey, you still have time, but don’t
wait until the last minute. Remember: It’s best to allow
four to five days for it to thaw.
......... Floral centerpieces finish off a well-set table. Florists
are busy this time of year, so order flowers now.
F OUR DAYS BEF ORE T HANKS GI VI NG
......... Start defrosting the frozen turkey in the coldest part
of the refrigerator.
......... Compose a shopping list, and purchase all nonperishables.
Wait until the day before Thanksgiving to buy salad greens,
fresh bread, or seafood.
......... If you’re baking pies for dessert, make the dough for
the crust, roll it out, lay it into pie plates, and freeze.
T WO DAYS BEF ORE T HANKS GI VI NG
......... Prepare the serving pieces, plates, flatware, glasses, etc.
......... If using cloth napkins or tablecloths, iron them now.
......... Make the cranberry sauce (optional); a couple of days
in the refrigerator will give the flavors time to develop.
......... Homemade stuffing often calls for stale bread; cut and
cube the bread now, and set the cubes out in a single
layer on a baking sheet.
ONE DAY BEF ORE T HANKS GI VI NG
......... Pick up the fresh turkey from the market.
......... Prepare the stuffing, but leave out any raw eggs until
you stuff the bird.
......... Make the giblet stock for the gravy.
......... Defrost pie dough; assemble and bake pies.
......... Peel the potatoes, then refrigerate them in a pot of
cold water.
......... Make the vegetables and side dishes that require baking,
such as casseroles, and reheat them tomorrow; or assemble
them today, and cook them right before dinner.
......... Set the table tonight or first thing in the morning.
T HANKS GI VI NG DAY
. . . . 9 : 3 0 AM
.......... Remove the turkey from the refrigerator, allowing
it to sit for ninety minutes to two hours at room
temperature. If your stuffing recipe calls for eggs,
add them now.
. . . . 1 1 : 1 5 AM
.......... Preheat the oven, and stuff the turkey.
. . . . 1 1 : 3 0 AM
.......... Put the turkey in the oven, basting it every half hour.
. . . . 1 2 : 00 PM
.......... Chill the white wine.
. . . . 1 : 00 PM
.......... Make the mashed potatoes. Closer to dinnertime, place
them in a heat-proof bowl and set them at the back of
the stove over simmering water.
. . . . 3 : 00 PM
.......... Whip the cream for the pie; prepare the coffee, but do
not brew it until about twenty minutes before it will be
served.
. . . . 4: 00 PM
.......... Check the temperature of the turkey at the thigh, which
is the thickest part. If the thermometer reads 180 degrees,
remove the turkey from the oven. If not, check the
temperature every fifteen minutes until the bird is done.
. . . . 4: 1 5 PM
.......... The turkey will need to sit for thirty minutes prior to
carving. Take advantage of the break to make the gravy
and any last-minute vegetables.
. . . . 4: 3 0 t o 5 : 00 PM
.......... Call everyone to the table. Start the coffee maker just
before sitting down.
Thanksgiving doesn’t have to be a frenzy of last-minute preparations.
Our Thanksgiving planner eliminates guesswork, ensuring an enjoyable meal — even for the host.
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Nick Anderer ........................................www.maialinonyc.com
Sunny Anderson ........................ www.sunnyanderson.com
Michael Anthony ........................ www.gramercytavern.com
Donatella Arpaia ..............................www.donatellanyc.com
Mario Batali ........................................... www.mariobatali.com
Rick Bayless .......................................... www.rickbayless.com
Daniel Boulud ..........................................www.danielnyc.com
David Burke ......................................... www.davidburke.com
Joey Campanaro ..........................www.thelittleowlnyc.com
Floyd Cardoz ............................ www.cheffloydcardoz.com
Melissa Clark .......................................... www.melissaclark.net
Gina DePalma .......................................www.ginadeplama.net
Tom Douglas ........................................ www.tomdouglas.com
Amanda Freitag ............................www.amandafreitag.com
Gale Gand .......................................... www.trurestaurant.com
........................................................................... www.galegand.com
Dorie Greenspan ...................... www.doriegreenspan.com
Kerry Heffernan .............................www.kerryheffernan.com
Elizabeth Karmel ............................. www.girlsatthegrill.com
Allen Katz .......................................... www.southernwine.com
Emeril Lagasse .............................................www.emerils.com
Antonia Lofaso ................................................chefantonia.com
Michael Lomonaco ........www.porterhousenewyork.com
Isaac Mizrahi ...................................www.isaacmizrahiny.com
Sara Moulton ....................................... www.saramoulton.com
Michel Nischan ................................www.michelnischan.com
Charlie Palmer ................................. www.charliepalmer.com
Mike Price .......................................www.markettablenyc.com
Wolfgang Puck ..............................www.wolfgangpuck.com
Eric Ripert ............................................ www.le-bernardin.com
Martha Stewart .............................www.marthastewart.com
Bill Telepan ...............................................www.telepan-ny.com
Jonathan Waxman ............................. www.barbutonyc.com
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Thanksgiving dinner is a wonderful celebration of home and family, and we’d like to help you make this year’s feast your most memorable ever.
That’s why I’ve asked an esteemed group of chefs — including Emeril Lagasse, Eric Ripert, and Sara Moulton — to share with you their go-to Thanksgiving recipes, and I’ve added many of my own favorites as well. In this book, you’ll find inspiring ideas for every course, from appetizers to desserts. We hope you enjoy making these wonderful dishes for your family as much as we do. Need more tips and inspiration? Then join us for Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Fifth Annual Thanksgiving Hotline, live, Monday, November 21 through Wednesday, November 23 (7 am-5 pm ET). The culinary masters and entertaining experts featured in these pages will be on hand to answer all your Thanksgiving questions. To see the schedule as well as the full list of the participating chefs, visit siriuxm.com/martha or marthastewart.com/radio.

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Roasted Acorn Squash with Maple Syrup and Lime .................. 41 Floyd Cardoz Parmesan Black Pepper Biscuits........................................................... 42 Gale Gand Arugula Salad with Pomegranate, Walnuts and Quince .......... 43 Kerry Heffernan Brussels Sprout Salad ................................................................................. 44 Antonia Lofaso Spiced Peas and Onion .............................................................................. 45 Sara Moulton Black Barley and Autumn Vegetables ............................................... 46 Michel Nischan Roasted Fingerling Potatoes .................................................................. 47 Eric Ripert Cauliflower with Shell Beans and an Herb Oil ............................... 48 Bill Telepan Crisp Potatoes Barbuto Style ................................................................. 49 Jonathan Waxman Royal Riviera® Pear Rogue Valley Salad ............................................. 50 Sponsored by Harry & David DESSERTS Spiced Apple Pie with Fluted Round Cutouts ............................... 52 Martha Stewart Pear and Cranberry Sorbet ...................................................................... 54 Martha Stewart Pumpkin Cheesecake .................................................................................. 56 Martha Stewart Pumpkin Bread Pudding ............................................................................ 57 Donatella Arpaia Pear and Hazelnut Cake............................................................................. 58 Mario Batali Spiced Maple Pecan Pie with Star Anise .......................................... 59 Melissa Clark Hazelnut Brittle............................................................................................... 61 Gina DePalma Butternut Squash Gingerbread .............................................................. 62 Tom Douglas All-in-One Holiday Bundt Cake ............................................................. 64 Dorie Greenspan Grammy’s Apple Cake ................................................................................ 66 Mike Price Apple Pie............................................................................................................ 67 Wolfgang Puck Domino® & CH® Agave Holiday Spice Cake .................................... 69 Sponsored by Domino® & CH® H O L I D AY C O C K T A I L S Holiday Cocktails ........................................................................................... 71 Allen Katz Pumpkin Smash .............................................................................................. 72 Daniel Boulud E N T E R TA I N I N G & P L A N N I N G Thanksgiving Entertaining Tips ............................................................. 74 Isaac Mizrahi Thanksgiving Planner .................................................................................. 75 Sponsored by Toyota Camry

Winter Squash Dip ........................................................................................ 5 Martha Stewart Artichoke Soup with Poached Oysters ............................................ 6 Emeril Lagasse Mushroom-Potato Crema with Roasted Poblanos ..................... 7 Rick Bayless Gougères with Espelette ........................................................................... 8 Daniel Boulud Roasted Sunchokes with Walnuts and Sage ................................. 9 Mario Batali Sweet Potato Turkey Chowder .............................................................. 10 David Burke Beer-Brined Smoked Catfish ................................................................. 12 Elizabeth Karmel Prosciutto-Crusted Asparagus Egg Toast & Sherry-Shallot Vinaigrette .................................................................. 14 Charlie Palmer Pumpkin Soup ................................................................................................. 16 Mike Price TURKEY / ENTRÉES Roast Turkey with Brown Sugar and Mustard Glaze .................. 18 Martha Stewart Deep-Fried Turkey ........................................................................................ 19 Martha Stewart, Sponsored by Farmers® Insurance Honey-Lemon-Thyme Cornish Game Hens .................................... 20 Emeril Lagasse Butternut Squash Lasagna ....................................................................... 21 Emeril Lagasse Agnolotti di Zucca ....................................................................................... 23 Nick Anderer Fried Turkey Legs with Sunny’s Quick Cranberry Salsa ......... 25 Sunny Anderson Carrot-Barley Risotto with Shiitake Mushrooms .......................... 27 Michael Anthony Leg of Lamb in a Clementine Crust ..................................................... 28 Mario Batali Riesling Roast Turkey with Fig and Root Vegetable Dressing.. 29 Joey Campanaro Long Island Duck Breast with Sunchoke Spaetzle and Duck Confit ............................................................................................... 30 Amanda Freitag Black Currant-Lacquered Duck Breast ................................................. 32 Michael Lomonaco SIDES & SALADS Pecan Cornbread Dressing ..................................................................... 34 Martha Stewart Caramelized Chestnuts and Brussels Sprouts ............................... 35 Martha Stewart Honey-Roasted Vegetables .................................................................... 36 Martha Stewart Emeril’s Roasted Beet Salad with Walnut Dressing and Cheese Crisps ....................................................................................... 37 Emeril Lagasse Spicy-Sugared Nuts and Bacon ............................................................ 39 Sunny Anderson Roasted Pumpkin with Fontina Fonduta .......................................... 40 Mario Batali

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Season with salt and pepper. and garnish with pepitas. sliced 1 inch thick 2 chipotle chiles (canned in adobo sauce) 2 cups (16 ounces) sour cream 8 ounces cream cheese. 2. inspiring and engaging consumers with unique lifestyle content across multiple media platforms and high-quality products available at numerous retail outlets. All rights reserved. 3. 4. Martha Stewart is a bestselling author. Place on baking sheet with squash. Add remaining 6 tablespoons butter. serve this appetizer in a large. Serve with breadsticks. Martha Stewart Living® Omnimedia. Squeeze garlic from skins. and toss. white and pale-green parts only. and pulse until smooth. unpeeled. She is also the host of The Martha Stewart Show.Photo Credit: David M. for drizzling Coarse salt and freshly ground pepper. room temperature 8 scallions. and cut into 3-inch pieces Extra-virgin olive oil. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 5 . such as a turban. Sprinkle with paprika. and pulse until just combined but not smooth. until softened. round. room temperature 1 1/4 cups grated Parmesan cheese (about 4 ounces) 4 teaspoons fresh lemon juice Paprika.marthastewart. stirring occasionally. Let cool slightly. tops cut off to expose cloves 1 1/4 sticks (10 tablespoons) unsalted butter. for dipping S Q U A S H DIRECTIONS D I P For a festive presentation. the sour cream. for sprinkling Roasted pepitas (pumpkin seeds). Place garlic on a piece of parchment-lined foil. Spread squash in a single layer. Refrigerate for 1 hour. As first seen in the October 2007 issue of Martha Stewart Living® magazine. and wrap loosely. Bake until squash is soft and golden brown. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Martha Stewart Living® Omnimedia. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. Drizzle with oil. and lemon juice. Place squash on a rimmed baking sheet. the Emmy®Award-winning television program now airing on Hallmark Channel. hollowed-out squash. Add scallions and chipotles. and transfer to a food processor. and cook.com/martha. to taste 2 heads garlic.com Call in and ask Martha Stewart. and add to squash. Drizzle with oil. 1. Inc. about 4 minutes. Scoop flesh from squash. seeded. from Monday. Meanwhile. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. about 50 minutes. November 21 to Wednesday. Inc. such as butternut or turban. is the leading provider of original “how-to” information. Parmesan. and business magnate. for garnish Breadsticks. Russell Photo Credit: John Kernick Copyright © 2011. For more visit www. November 23. Pour into a hollowed-out squash or a serving bowl. magazine publisher. melt 4 tablespoons butter in a skillet over medium heat. Add scallions. plus many other acclaimed chefs. cream cheese. season with salt and pepper. BY MARTHA STEWART W I N T E R INGREDIENTS Makes about 6 cups 1 winter squash (about 2 pounds).

com/martha. lemon zest. pressing to extract as much liquid as possible. leeks. sliced chives. or snipped chives. and his latest series. plus many other acclaimed chefs. celery.. and lemon juice. Pennsylvania. or as needed 8 tablespoons (1 stick) unsalted butter 2 shallots. from Monday. chervil leaves. 2 to 3 minutes. until translucent. (Note: use caution when puréeing hot liquids. Emeril has a live. Courtesy of HarperCollins Publishers. parsley. © 2011 by copyright MSLO. stock. call-in radio program.Photos by: Steven Freeman BY EMERIL LAGASSE A R T I C H O K E W I T H P O A C H E D INGREDIENTS Serves 6-8 1⁄2 cup mascarpone cheese 1 tablespoon chopped fresh parsley leaves 1 tablespoon thinly sliced fresh chives 1 tablespoon chopped fresh tarragon leaves 1 teaspoon grated lemon zest 1 teaspoon freshly squeezed lemon juice 50 small raw oysters (about 1 pint). Cook for 10 minutes. Add enough of the clam juice to bring the oyster liquor up to 2 cups. each bowl garnished with a dollop of the remaining mascarpone mixture. and Bethlehem. He has hosted over 2000 shows on the Food Network. In a small bowl. Lagasse is the author of 16 cookbooks including his newest book. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 6 . Sprinkle the flour over the vegetables and cook. Las Vegas. all rights reserved. Remove the soup from the heat and stir in 1⁄4 cup of the mascarpone mixture. can be seen on Hallmark Channel. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. 2. about 8 minutes. tarragon. for garnish S O U P O Y S T E R S DIRECTIONS 1. then remove the soup from the heat and purée in batches in a blender. Add the oysters to the soup and return the soup to a simmer. cooking until the edges of the oysters curl and they are just cooked through. heavy pot over medium heat. 5. cream. November 21 to Wednesday. Orlando. stirring frequently. and garlic and cook. Cooking with Emeril. Add the artichoke hearts. Mix well and set aside in the refrigerator. Stir in the wine and simmer until thickened and bubbly. Add the shallots. Adjust the seasoning if necessary. for about 1 minute. white part only. and chive blossoms. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. oyster liquor reserved 2 cups clam juice. Sizzling Skillets and other One-Pot Wonders. minced 2 cloves garlic. minced 2 celery stalks. which airs exclusively on Martha Stewart Living® Radio on SiriusXM. From Sizzling Skillets and Other One Pot Wonders by Emeril Lagasse. and cayenne and bring to a brisk simmer. picked over carefully for shell pieces. minced 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour 1 cup dry white wine Four 14. about 30 seconds. Discard the solids and return the soup to a clean pot. Strain the oysters over a fine-mesh sieve and reserve the oysters and strained liquor separately. oyster liquor/clam juice mixture. Warm the soup gently over low heat until it returns to a simmer.5-ounce cans quartered artichoke hearts. 3. Emeril’s Table. combine the mascarpone. stirring constantly. Serve the soup immediately. Call in and ask Emeril Lagasse. Strain the soup through a fine-mesh sieve. Inc. minced 2 leeks. Heat the butter in a large. November 23. if available. salt. drained and rinsed 4 cups chicken stock or canned low-sodium chicken broth 4 cups heavy cream 2 teaspoons salt 1⁄2 teaspoon cayenne 1 tablespoon fresh chervil leaves 1 tablespoon chive blossoms.) 4. Chef Emeril Lagasse is the chef/proprietor of 12 restaurants in locations including New Orleans. In addition to his television presence.

The corn can be easily replaced by other vegetables that offer a contrast in taste and texture: small fresh fava beans (my favorite). And the aromatic flecks of cilantro. about 15 minutes. 3. Use about the same volume measure. scoop out about 1/2 cup of the hot soup into a small bowl. the sweet bits of corn. cut into roughly 1-inch pieces 3 garlic cloves. And I love this soup made with half potatoes and half parsnips or young turnips. with the bacon. Rick’s second of seven books.com/martha. Mexico — One Plate at a Time. roast the poblano over an open flame or 4 inches below a broiler. cream or sour cream. or leave it out altogether) 1/4 cup plain yogurt. I’ll cook a small handful of chopped bacon until crisp and add it to the soup just before serving. INGREDIENTS Serves 4 4 medium (about 1 pound total) red-skin boiling or Yukon Gold potatoes. Mexico — One Plate at a Time won James Beard Best International Cookbook of the Year Award in 2001. if using). sometimes. His highly rated on-going Public Television Series. about 10 minutes for a broiler. can be found on television sets coast to coast. of course. poblano. won the Julia Child IACP Cookbook of the Year Award in 1996. the mushrooms. Add the remaining half of the broth. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. rub the blackened skin off the chiles and pull out the stem and seed pod. Ham. Scoop the potatoes and garlic into a medium (3-quart) saucepan. November 23. Cover with a kitchen towel. As is crab. 4. plus many other acclaimed chefs. While the potatoes are cooking. just before serving.Photo Credit: Paul Elledge BY RICK BAYLESS M U S H R O O M . Most people know Rick Bayless from winning the title of Bravo’s Top Chef Master beating out the French and Italian chefs with his authentic Mexican cuisine. peas. usually about 1 1/2 teaspoons. Soup’s on. corn and epazote (or thyme. and his fourth book. or rutabaga. turning regularly until blistered and blackened all over. Rinse the chile flesh to remove bits of skin and seeds. 1-inch lengths of green beans. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 7 . Mix in the yogurt. When the liquid boils. lead to lost luster. reduce the heat to medium and simmer briskly until the potatoes are tender. Call in and ask Rick Bayless. Riffs on the Potato-Mushroom Soup Theme Though my version of this soup is vegetarian when made with vegetable broth. from Monday. then taste and season with salt. sliced 1/4-inch thick (you’ll have about 3 cups of slices) 1 scant cup corn kernels (they can be frozen or ones you’ve cut off one to two large ears) 1 large sprig fresh epazote (you can substitute a big sprig of fresh thyme. use an immersion blender to puree the soup base (or blending in several batches in a food processor or loosely covered blender draped with a kitchen towel and return to the pan). heavy cream or sour cream Salt About 1/4 cup roughly chopped cilantro. Stir the mixture back into the pot. And. For the Adventurer Use bacon drippings to sauté a heaping cup of cubed. cleaned nopal cactus pieces until all their liquid has evaporated. bacon and chorizo are all wonderful in this soup — start with about 4 ounces. ham hocks. 2. When the potatoes are tender. which is why I like the deep-green spice of roasted poblanos in this soup. for garnish DIRECTIONS 1. it doesn’t have to be. about 5 minutes for an open flame. If I want to gild this beautiful lily. add them.P O T A T O C R E M A W I T H R O A S T E D P O B L A N O S This soup shows off the natural affinity between earthy mushrooms and earthy potatoes. Ladle the soup into bowls and sprinkle with cilantro. pour in half of the broth and set over high heat. Cut into 1/4-inch pieces. When cool enough to handle. November 21 to Wednesday. peeled and halved 6 cups chicken or vegetable broth 1 large fresh poblano chile 8 ounces mushrooms (I like shiitake or oyster mushrooms). Just before serving. Mexican Kitchen. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. Simmer 10 minutes over medium heat. Too much of a good thing can.

rotating the pan halfway through. 2. is today considered one of America’s leading culinary authorities. until crisp on the outside but still steamy within. November 23. Cook the gougère dough. stirring briskly between additions to thoroughly incorporate each egg.BY DANIEL BOULUD G O U G È R E S INGREDIENTS Makes approximately 30 gougères 1 cup milk 1 cup water 6 tablespoons unsalted butter.com/martha. cut into tablespoons 3/4 teaspoon salt 1 1/2 cups plus 1 tablespoon all-purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon Piment d’Espelette 4 large eggs 2 cups shredded Gruyère cheese Fleur de sel and cracked black pepper W I T H DIRECTIONS E S P E L E T T E 1. stirring constantly. about 5 minutes. until the dough cools slightly. 3. Line 2 baking sheets with parchment paper. bring to a boil over moderately high heat. Remove the saucepan from the heat and let stand at room temperature. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. stirring occasionally. butter. until the dough pulls away from the side of the pan and begins to form a film on the bottom. If needed. In a large saucepan. 4. water. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 8 . a native of Lyon. until the gougères are puffed and brown. sprinkle with fleur de sel and pepper. November 21 to Wednesday. Add the flour all at once with the Piment d’Espelette and beat vigorously with a wooden spoon until the flour is thoroughly incorporated. Top each mound with 1 tablespoon of cheese. France. Turn off the oven. plus many other acclaimed chefs. about 5-10 minutes. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. Drop the dough by 3-tablespoon mounds onto the baking sheets. He is also a co-founder and Chairman of the Bocuse d’Or USA Foundation. Call in and ask Daniel Boulud. the renowned three Michelin star Relais & Châteaux member. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. 2 inches apart. Add the eggs one at a time. Serve warm or at room temperature. Bake the gougères for 30 minutes. Daniel Boulud. from Monday. and salt. In all his restaurants you’ll find soulfully satisfying traces of the traditional cooking he grew up with on his family’s farm. let the gougères rest in the oven for about 10 minutes longer. He is best known for the exquisitely refined yet warm and welcoming New York City restaurant DANIEL. combine the milk.

Call in and ask Mario Batali. 35 to 45 minutes. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. 5. Bake in the oven. Mario and Joe opened Eataly. Pour the sunchokes onto a baking sheet. Cut them into quarters and place the quarters in a large mixing bowl. until the sunchokes are soft and fragrant. Line a rimmed baking sheet with aluminum foil. Recipe courtesy of Molto Batali (ecco 2011). and toss with your hands to mix well. stirring once or twice. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.000 square foot marketplace in New York City. plus many other acclaimed chefs. scrubbing them lightly to remove any dirt. and sprinkle the walnut halves all around them. and stir to mix well. 6. was released in October. sprinkle with the salt and pepper. including Iron Chef America. Joe Bastianich. Remove the baking sheet from the oven and pour the sunchokes and walnuts into a serving bowl. a 50. Mario is the author of eight cookbooks.com/martha. Rinse the sunchokes under cold water. November 21 to Wednesday. Babbo. own nineteen restaurants across the country including their flagship New York City enoteca. 3. Mario Batali and his business partner. Molto Batali: Simple Family Meals from My Home to Yours (Ecco 2011). In the summer of 2010. 4. from Monday. Add the lemon zest. Serve warm or at room temperature. and sage. lemon juice. November 23. Drizzle the sunchokes with the olive oil. His most recent. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 9 Photo Credit: Quentin Bacon . 2. Along with hosting a variety of television shows.Photo Credit: Melanie Dunea BY MARIO BATALI R O A S T E D S U N C H O K E S W I T H W A L N U T S A N D S A G E INGREDIENTS 3 pounds sunchokes (Jerusalem artichokes) 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 2 tablespoons coarse (kosher) salt 2 tablespoons freshly ground black pepper 1 cup walnut halves Grated zest and juice of 4 lemons 3 tablespoons finely chopped fresh sage leaves DIRECTIONS 1.

your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. Sauté the diced sweet potatoes. Cook. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 10 Photo Credit: The Burke Group . Stir in the purée and turkey. carrots.Photo Credit: Lou Manna BY DAVID BURKE S W E E T INGREDIENTS P O T A T O T U R K E Y DIRECTIONS C H O W D E R 2 ounces breakfast sausage. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. Continued on next page. stirring frequently. 6. November 21 to Wednesday. onions. When the mixture is blended. Serve hot. Call in and ask David Burke. and celery for 4 minutes or until the onions are translucent. Add a pinch of salt and pepper. 3. casing removed 1/2 cup finely diced sweet potatoes 1/3 cup finely diced onions 1/4 cup finely diced carrots 1/4 cup finely diced celery 1 1/2 cups sweet potato and vanilla purée (see recipe on next page) 1/3 cup chopped cooked turkey meat 3 cups turkey or chicken stock Coarse salt and freshly ground black pepper 1. Stir occasionally. 5. November 23.com/martha. add the stock and bring it to a simmer. plus many other acclaimed chefs. 4. Place the sausage meat in a large saucepan over medium heat. 2. for about 5 minutes or until the fat has rendered out of the meat. Drain off excess fat. for about 15 minutes or until the mixture is chowder-like in consistency. from Monday.

using the edge of a paring knife. November 23. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. softened 1/2 cup hot milk Coarse salt and freshly ground white pepper 1. Split the vanilla bean lengthwise and. Add the butter and milk and process to a smooth purée. Call in and ask David Burke. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Drain well. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 11 . Transfer the potatoes in a single layer to a nonstick baking sheet. rinse it and then let it air dry. peeled and cubed 1 vanilla bean 1/2 cup (1 stick) unsalted butter. Transfer them to the bowl of a food processor fitted with the metal blasé. Transfer the purée to the top half of a double boiler over very hot water. You can use it again. 6.com/martha.) 8. Once you’ve used the vanilla bean. David Burke is the celebrity chef and restaurateur behind restaurants such as David Burke Townhouse. from Monday. Place the sweet potatoes in the preheated oven for 5 minutes or just until their exterior is quite dry. 10. 2. plus many other acclaimed chefs. add cold salted water to cover the potatoes by 1 inch. S W E E T P O T A T O T U R K E Y C H O W D E R For the Sweet Potato and Vanilla Purée 2 pounds sweet potatoes. November 21 to Wednesday. David Burke’s Primehouse in The James Chicago Hotel. He is the author of two cookbooks. scrape the seeds into the sweet potatoes. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. (Do not discard the bean. 5. 9. or add it to your sugar canister to perfume the sugar. Lower the heat and simmer potatoes for about 15 minutes or until they are tender when pierced with a fork/knife. Place sweet potatoes in medium saucepan. Cover and keep it warm. 7.Continued from previous page. David Burke Prime and Fishtail by David Burke. 3. Cooking with David Burke and David Burke’s New American Classics. 4. Season to taste with salt and pepper.

crumbled 4 large catfish fillets. about 3/4 pound each Olive oil Wood chips soaked in water Grilling Method: Indirect/Medium Heat Special Equipment: Cameron Stovetop Smoker DIRECTIONS 1. smoke in a Cameron Stovetop Smoker for 20 to 30 minutes. Tabasco and a dash of pepper to taste (see recipe on next page). pepper and bay leaves to make brine. The fish will be a dark caramel color. I know you won’t be able to stop at just one bite! Serve on homemade melba toast or simple crackers.BY ELIZABETH KARMEL B E E R . plus many other acclaimed chefs. In a large bowl dissolve salt and sugar in hot water. sour cream. Continued on next page. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. garlic. INGREDIENTS Serves 4-6 For the brine: 1 cup kosher salt 1/2 cup brown sugar 1 cup hot water 3 cans (12 ounces each) cold beer (such as Budweiser) 1 tablespoon coarse ground pepper 6 bay leaves. Place the fish in the brine. S M O K E D C A T F I S H S P R E A D This spread or paté is so good. November 21 to Wednesday. When ready to smoke. from Monday. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 12 . Serve at room temperature or make into a smoked catfish paté by adding cream cheese. shallots. Brine fish 4 hours or overnight in the refrigerator. place in center of cooking grate skin side down and smoke cook 1 to 2 hours or until fish is cooked through and smoked. Call in and ask Elizabeth Karmel.B R I N E D . Remove fish from brine. Add cold beer. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. Whisk well to remove carbonation. capers. brush fish lightly with oil.com/martha. 2. Bluefish and trout are both good substitutions for the catfish. Alternatively. November 23. 3. rinse in cold water and air dry for 10 minutes before smoking. adding cold water if more liquid is necessary to cover all the fillets.

GirlsattheGrill. Brine and smoke catfish according to recipe. plus many other acclaimed chefs. She is the creator of the Grill Friends™ and Kitchen Friends™ line of cooking tools and www. capers. Add 1/2 cup of the sour cream and mix well. add more sour cream at this point if the paté is a little dry or tastes a little salty. B E E R . minced 2 tablespoons capers packed in brine 2 teaspoons caper juice 1/4 teaspoon granulated garlic 5 shakes Tabasco 6 grinds fresh ground pepper or more to taste 1. Note: Do not add any salt to this dish because the brine and the smoke “salts” the fish before it is mixed into the paté. November 23. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 13 . Let chill for at least 3 hours or preferably overnight. Add the shallots. 3. the award-winning Texas barbecue restaurant and live music venue in Manhattan.3/4 cup sour cream 2 large shallots. Add cream cheese and mix well. While still warm. including Soaked. Elizabeth has written three award-winning grilling and barbecue cookbooks. S M O K E D C A T F I S H S P R E A D For Smoked Catfish Paté: Serves 4-6 4 Beer-Brined Smoked Catfish Fillets (see recipe on preceding page) 1 8-ounce block cream cheese. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. Taste for seasoning.B R I N E D . garlic and Tabasco. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675.Continued from previous page. 2. and the new Hill Country Chicken. caper juice. Serve on the cold side of room temperature on homemade melba toast (slice a loaf of French bread in small rounds. lay out on a cookie sheet and bake in a 250-degree oven until golden and the bread is dried out) or your favorite crackers. November 21 to Wednesday.com/martha. room temperature 1/2 . Photo Credit: Jamie Tiampo Call in and ask Elizabeth Karmel. break fillets into pieces. from Monday. Taste once more before serving and adjust seasonings if necessary. Top with a dollop of sour cream if desired. Slathered and Seasoned: A Complete Guide to Flavoring Food for the Grill. She is the executive chef of Hill Country Barbecue Market.com. removing skin and any bones. Adjust Tabasco and add freshly ground pepper to taste. Elizabeth Karmel is a nationally known grilling and barbecue expert.

then the remaining oil. Continued on next page. In a small skillet. Call in and ask Charlie Palmer. Add the honey. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 14 . your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. Season to taste with salt and white pepper.com/martha.Photos by: Bill Milne BY CHARLIE PALMER P R O S C I U T T O . plus more for baking sheet Coarse salt 1/2 cup honey 1/2 cup sherry vinegar 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard White pepper A S P A R A G U S Eg g To a st + Sh erry-Sh a llot Vin a ig rette DIRECTIONS Vinaigrette 1. 2.C R U S T E D INGREDIENTS Serves 4 For the Vinaigrette: 1/2 cup minced shallots 1 1/2 cups extra-virgin olive oil. November 23. November 21 to Wednesday. don’t cook them tender. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. from Monday. Remove from the heat and whisk in the vinegar and mustard. plus many other acclaimed chefs. then pour into a container with a tight-fitting lid and store in the refrigerator. gently sweat the shallots in 2 tablespoons of the oil with a good pinch of salt. just heat them through to release their flavor. and cook just until it begins to bubble.

5. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. For the Salad and Garnish: 1 head frisée 2 handfuls baby arugula Parmigiano-Reggiano To Serve: 1. November 21 to Wednesday. Roll each stalk in a slice of prosciutto and place it on the baking sheet.Continued from previous page. 2. season to taste with salt and pepper. Ca. Palmer also oversees a growing collection of food-forward wine shops. Master Chef and Hotelier Charlie Palmer has received critical acclaim for his signature progressive American cooking.com/martha. 6. and put in another baking sheet to heat for 5 minutes. lightly toast the brioche slices. award-winning boutique hotels and is the author of four cookbooks. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 15 .). 4. Dress the frisée and arugula with enough of the vinaigrette to coat the leaves. or until the asparagus are tender and the prosciutto is lightly browned around the edges. Trim and peel the asparagus. 3. Call in and ask Charlie Palmer. Place 5 asparagus stalks on each plate and drizzle vinaigrette over the asparagus and around the plates. November 23. from Monday. (Timing will vary depending on size). your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. Meanwhile. 2. P R O S C I U T T O . Use a 2 1/2 inch round cookie cutter to cut a hole in the center of each toast. Grate cheese over everything and serve immediately. placing the round piece of toast on the side. about 5 minutes. Crack an egg into the center of each slice and season with salt and pepper. Cook the asparagus for 10 to 12 minutes. reserve the punched-out rounds. Remove the empty pan from the oven and rub it with butter. then top with an egg toast. Place the asparagus in the oven. Arrange the brioche slices and rounds on the pan. Line a rimmed baking sheet with foil and oil it lightly. which is showcased in his eleven notable restaurants across the country (including Michelin-starred Aureole in NYC and Dry Creek Kitchen in Sonoma. Arrange some salad over each portion of asparagus.C R U S T E D For the Asparagus: 20 stalks asparagus 20 thin slices prosciutto For the Egg Toasts: 4 slices (3/4-inch thick) brioche 4 large eggs Unsalted butter A S P A R A G U S Eg g To a st + Sh erry-Sh a llot Vin a ig rette Asparagus and Egg Toasts 1. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. including Charlie Palmer’s Practical Guide to the New American Kitchen. plus many other acclaimed chefs. 3. Bake just until the egg whites have set.

Bake 30 to 40 minutes or until tender. Place on a baking sheet and toast until lightly crisped. from Monday. 5. Cut the tops off the pumpkins and hollow them out with a soup spoon making sure to remove the seeds. Add a dollop of the spiced crème fraiche and top with the pumpernickel croutons. Ladle the hot soup into the roasted pumpkins. 4. plus many other acclaimed chefs. 2. cinnamon. Add chicken stock and season with salt and pepper. Reserve. A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America. Reserve.Photo Credit: Melanie Dunea BY MIKE PRICE P U M P K I N INGREDIENTS 4 baby pumpkins (4-inch diameter) 1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon olive oil 1 tablespoon maple syrup Kosher salt and pepper 2 tablespoons unsalted butter 1/2 cup small diced onion 2 cups pumpkin purée 1 teaspoon grated nutmeg 3 cups chicken stock 2 slices pumpernickel bread 2 tablespoons crème fraiche Pinch nutmeg Pinch ground cinnamon Pinch allspice S O U P with Sp iced Crè m e F ra ich e a n d P u m p ern ickel C rou ton s DIRECTIONS 1. and also honed his skills at NYC’s The Harrison and The Water Club. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 16 .com/martha. but not the flesh. Joey Campanaro. keep warm. Combine crème fraiche. and allspice. Mike Price completed an externship at the esteemed Symphony Café in NYC. nutmeg. Reserve. In a medium sauce pot melt the butter. which has received critical and popular acclaim. adjust seasoning and consistency. November 23. 8 to 10 minutes. In 2007. Place in a baking dish and drizzle with 1 tablespoon of olive oil and the maple syrup. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Simmer for 10 to 15 minutes. and pepper. Call in and ask Mike Price. 5 to 7 minutes. Leave the oven on. salt. Mike and his business partner. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. Add the pumpkin purée and nutmeg and stir to combine. Season with salt and pepper. Dice pumpernickel into 1/2-inch pieces and toss with the remaining teaspoon of olive oil. November 21 to Wednesday. 3. opened Market Table in NYC’s West Village. and cook the onions over medium heat until lightly browned and tender. season with salt and pepper. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675.

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As first seen in the November 2008 issue of Everyday Food magazine. add more water if pan becomes dry). BY MARTHA STEWART B R OW N INGREDIENTS R OAST T U R K E Y W I T H S U G A R A N D M U STA R D DIRECTIONS G L A Z E A practically instant sweet-and-spicy mixture of mustard and brown sugar flavors the bird and gives the skin an impressive golden-brown color. Transfer turkey to a platter. stir together sugar and mustard. reserve pan with drippings for gravy. November 21 to Wednesday. Rub turkey all over with butter. Martha Stewart Living® Omnimedia. Martha Stewart Living® Omnimedia. Inc. magazine publisher.everydayfood. All rights reserved. Cover turkey loosely with aluminum foil. Russell Photo Credit: John Kernick Copyright © 2011. and roast the bird to the temperature specified in the recipe. In a small bowl. She is also the host of The Martha Stewart Show. room temperature 1/2 cup packed light-brown sugar 1/4 cup spicy brown mustard 1. if necessary. giblets. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 18 . Inc. and tuck under neck cavity. until thermometer registers 165 degrees. 1 whole turkey (about 12 pounds). Bend wing tips forward. fold skin over. November 23. Note: To ensure a juicy Thanksgiving turkey. and let rest at least 30 minutes (or up to 1 hour). increase heat to 400 degrees. inspiring and engaging consumers with unique lifestyle content across multiple media platforms and high-quality products available at numerous retail outlets. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. thawed if frozen. and carve. and continue to roast turkey. 3. 45 minutes to 1 hour more (tent with buttered foil if browning too quickly.Photo Credit: Steven Freeman Photo Credit: David M. and business magnate. Using kitchen twine. liver discarded) Coarse salt and ground pepper 4 cups Pecan Cornbread Dressing (see recipe on page 34) 2 tablespoons butter. and 3 cups water to roasting pan. season with salt and pepper. the Emmy® Award-winning television program now airing on Hallmark Channel. and secure with skewers or trussing needles. Before serving. Rotate pan. Roast 1 hour. remove dressing. brush turkey with glaze. brushing with glaze 2 to 3 more times. and then baste with pan juices every 30 minutes. buy an inexpensive instant-read thermometer. from Monday. Place turkey on roasting rack set in a large roasting pan. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. plus many other acclaimed chefs. until an instant-read thermometer inserted in thickest part of a thigh (avoiding bone) registers 125 degrees. Add neck. Remove foil. Loosely fill neck and large cavity with dressing. rinsed and patted dry (neck and giblets reserved. For more visit www. 4.com/martha. Cover turkey loosely with foil. 1 to 2 hours more. 2. is the leading provider of original “how-to” information. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees with rack in lowest position.com Call in and ask Martha Stewart. tie legs together securely. Season inside of turkey with salt and pepper. Martha Stewart is a bestselling author.

immerse in oil. Photo Credit: Quentin Bacon RECIPE BY MARTHA STEWART LIVING® OMNIMEDIA. form a handle with wire. Bring turkey to room temperature. Finely grind bay leaves in spice grinder. oregano. 5. and peppercorns separately. Drain for 15 minutes.Copyright © 2002. or 3 minutes per pound. let rest overnight in refrigerator or up to 24 hours.F R I E D T U R K E Y This recipe should be made outdoors. Recipe first seen in the November 1996 issue of Martha Stewart Living® magazine. November 23. November 21 to Wednesday. transfer to small bowl.com. add to bay leaves. This November. Cover. Maintain temperature at 360 degrees while frying. Fry until golden brown.com/ten-steps-to-safely-deep-fry-a-turkey and take all the necessary precautions to fry safely. transfer to a wire rack over a roasting pan. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 19 . get more tips at www. 3. For more visit marthastewart.farmers-cares. Fold wing tips under. Serve. Heat oil in 10-gallon pot with liner basket over high heat until temperature registers 360 degrees. or other hot Creole seasoning 2 teaspoons garlic powder 4 gallons peanut oil DIRECTIONS 1. Call in and ask Martha Stewart. Martha Stewart Living® Omnimedia. pat dry. about 45 minutes. plus many other acclaimed chefs. from Monday. place in roasting pan. and 1/3 on outside of turkey. Mix in Creole seasoning and garlic powder. making it in the kitchen is too dangerous. Holding turkey by handle. Visit farmers. And. entertain with confidence and maintain your sanity with a homeowner’s insurance policy to protect from unpredictable holiday flare-ups. Lift turkey from oil. 1/3 under skin of breast. Inc. Using a wooden skewer. Finely grind thyme. 4. 2.com. if you’re tackling a deep-fried turkey. This will enable you to hold turkey while submerging in hot oil. INGREDIENTS Fresh turkey (15 pounds) 25 medium dried bay leaves 3 1/4 teaspoons dried thyme 3 1/4 teaspoons dried oregano 1 1/2 teaspoons whole black peppercorns 3 tablespoons Konriko brand.com/martha. Wash turkey inside and out under cold running water. BROUGHT TO YOU BY FARMERS INSURANCESM D E E P . your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. thread neck flap securely to bottom of turkey. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. Rub 1/3 spice mixture on inside of turkey. Using steel or aluminum wire. truss legs and tail’s nose together securely.

Las Vegas. and arrange the hens breast side up in the prepared baking dish. Emeril has a live. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. Line a large baking dish with aluminum foil. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 20 . Divide the mixture into 4 portions. 6. Discard the honey mixture used for basting. fold the wing tips back and tuck them under. Combine the lemon juice. 2. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. He has hosted over 2000 shows on the Food Network. avoiding any bones. Transfer the baking dish to the oven and cook. Inc.. 3. Truss the hens. Call in and ask Emeril Lagasse. and spread one portion under the skin covering the breast of each hen. Pennsylvania. Divide the honey mixture in half. tent the hens with foil during the last few minutes of cooking to prevent over-browning. and set it aside. Use the reserved honey mixture to drizzle over the hens before serving. Pat them dry with paper towels. Orlando. Chef Emeril Lagasse is the chef/proprietor of 12 restaurants in locations including New Orleans. Combine 1 teaspoon of the salt with 1 ⁄2 teaspoon of the black pepper. Cooking with Emeril. which airs exclusively on Martha Stewart Living® Radio on SiriusXM. and his latest series. and season the cavities of the hens. 5. and the remaining 4 tablespoons butter in a small saucepan. basting the hens with the honey mixture about every 5 minutes. Sizzling Skillets and other One-Pot Wonders. 4. and the lemon zest in a small bowl and use a fork to blend well. under cool running water.Photos by Steven Freeman BY EMERIL LAGASSE H O N E Y. and warm over low heat until heated through. and set aside one portion. Rinse the hens well. If necessary. inside and out. insert an instant-read thermometer in the thickest part of the breast.L E M O N -T H Y M E C O R N I S H G A M E H E N S INGREDIENTS Serves 4 Four 1-pound Cornish game hens 8 tablespoons (1 stick) butter 1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon chopped fresh thyme Grated zest of 2 lemons 4 teaspoons salt 1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lemon juice 1⁄3 cup honey 1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon soy sauce DIRECTIONS 1. can be seen on Hallmark Channel. all rights reserved. © 2009 by copyright MSLO. November 23. soy sauce. In addition to his television presence. Courtesy of HarperCollins Publishers. When the hens reach an internal temperature of 165 degrees. Combine 4 tablespoons of the butter. Note: To check the temperature. Use some of the remaining portion to baste the tops of the hens well. plus many other acclaimed chefs. Emeril’s Table. November 21 to Wednesday. call-in radio program. until they are nicely browned. from Monday. Lagasse is the author of 16 cookbooks including his newest book. and Bethlehem. Position a rack in the center of the oven and preheat the oven to 500 degrees. remove the dish from the oven and let them rest for about 5 minutes. the thyme. Season the hens with the remaining 3 teaspoons salt and 1 ⁄2 teaspoon pepper. 20 to 25 minutes.com/martha. From Emeril 20-40-60: Fresh Food Fast by Emeril Lagasse. honey.

For info & schedule go to siriusxm. combine the ricotta. peeled and diced 1⁄4 cup extra-virgin olive oil 1⁄2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 4 sprigs fresh thyme 1 bay leaf 1 1⁄2 teaspoons salt 1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 1⁄2 cups small-diced onion 1 cup small-diced fennel 1 cup cored and small-diced Pink Lady or Honeycrisp apple 1 1⁄2 pounds fresh fennel sausage. add the olive oil. until the sausage has browned and the vegetables have softened. mascarpone. and marjoram and cook for 8 to 10 minutes. and 1⁄2 teaspoon of the pepper and toss to coat the squash. 5. 1⁄4 cup plus 1 tablespoon fresh sage leaves. heavy cream. Increase the oven temperature to 375 degrees. bay leaf. grated (4 cups) 3⁄4 cup finely grated Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese 1⁄2 cup chicken stock or canned low-sodium chicken broth 12 sheets no-boil lasagna noodles (about 8 ounces) Continued on next page.com/martha. Transfer the squash to a large baking sheet and cover with aluminum foil. Gently fold the squash into the vegetable-sausage mixture. thyme. and the remaining 1⁄2 teaspoon pepper and 1⁄2 teaspoon salt. apple. Call in and ask Emeril Lagasse. When the butter begins to bubble and brown. about 30 minutes. and set aside to cool. In a large mixing bowl. combine the butternut squash with the extra-virgin olive oil. Remove from the heat. In a separate large mixing bowl. half of the mozzarella. 3. Heat the butter in a small sauté pan over medium heat. Remove and discard the thyme sprigs and bay leaf. beaten eggs. 4. cinnamon. plus many other acclaimed chefs. 6. When hot.BY EMERIL LAGASSE B U T T E R N U T INGREDIENTS 3 pounds butternut squash. lightly beaten 1 pound whole-milk mozzarella cheese. from Monday. thinly sliced 1⁄2 cup chopped lightly toasted hazelnuts 1 pound whole-milk ricotta cheese 8 ounces mascarpone cheese 1⁄2 cup heavy cream 2 eggs. until cool. 2. Remove from the heat and set aside to cool. Add the chopped hazelnuts and cook for another minute. sausage. transfer to a large mixing bowl. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 21 . November 21 to Wednesday. 1 to 1 1⁄2 minutes. Heat a medium sauté pan over medium-high heat. covered. Bake until the squash is tender. fennel. Set the squash aside. add 1⁄4 cup of the sage leaves and cook until they are brown and crisp. stirring occasionally. then add the cooled brown-butter-sage hazelnut mixture and mix thoroughly. Mix well to combine. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. November 23. removed from casings and crumbled 2 teaspoons chopped fresh marjoram leaves 4 tablespoons (1⁄2 stick) unsalted butter Photo Credit: Steven Freeman S Q U A S H DIRECTIONS L A S A G N A with I ta lia n Sa u sa g e a n d Sa g e 1. onion. 1 teaspoon of the salt.

and cover with 4 pasta sheets.com/martha. Spread 3 cups of the ricotta cheese mixture over the pasta sheets and cover with 4 more pasta sheets. undisturbed. all rights reserved. Garnish with the remaining tablespoon of sage. Emeril has a live. Remove the foil and continue to bake until the top is bubbly and golden brown. and his latest series. Sizzling Skillets and other One-Pot Wonders.. Orlando. drizzle 1⁄4 cup of the stock over the top. Assemble the lasagna: Spread half of the butternut squash mixture in the bottom of the pan. Lagasse is the author of 16 cookbooks including his newest book. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 22 . sprinkle the top with 1⁄4 cup of the remaining ParmigianoReggiano. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. call-in radio program. Top with the remaining grated mozzarella and 1⁄4 cup Parmigiano-Reggiano. can be seen on Hallmark Channel. November 23.Continued from previous page. which airs exclusively on Martha Stewart Living® Radio on SiriusXM. Distribute the remaining half of the butternut squash mixture over the pasta. B U T T E R N U T S Q U A S H L A S A G N A with I ta lia n Sa u sa g e a n d Sa g e 7. Inc. Call in and ask Emeril Lagasse. November 21 to Wednesday. Chef Emeril Lagasse is the chef/proprietor of 12 restaurants in locations including New Orleans. for 40 minutes. and drizzle with the remaining 1⁄4 cup stock. Cover the lasagna tightly with a piece of buttered foil and bake. and Bethlehem. but you can use any baking dish about 10 x 15 x 3 inches deep. Cooking with Emeril. Courtesy of HarperCollins Publishers. Photo Credit: Steven Freeman From Sizzling Skillets and Other One-Pot Wonders by Emeril Lagasse. He has hosted over 2000 shows on the Food Network. In addition to his television presence. Place the final 4 pasta sheets over the top and spread the remaining ricotta mixture evenly over the pasta. Emeril’s Table. © 2011 by copyright MSLO. Note: We used a lasagna pan. Pennsylvania. plus many other acclaimed chefs. 8. about 15 minutes more. sprinkle with 1⁄4 cup of the Parmigiano-Reggiano. leaving a little space between sheets. from Monday. Let the lasagna stand for 15 to 20 minutes before serving. Las Vegas.

Call in and ask Nick Anderer. November 21 to Wednesday. 3. You should have 5 1/3 cups of purée. naturally sweet purée. stirring until the ricotta is fully incorporated. Keep in mind that in order to yield 42 ounces of purée. DIRECTIONS Make the Filling 1. Remove and knead by hand for 3 minutes. use the paddle attachment to combine all the ingredients – start on the lowest speed and slowly increase as the flour and yolks begin to incorporate. 3. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 23 . combine all the filling ingredients. Make the Ravioli Dough 1. When cool enough to handle. 4. Mix for several minutes or until the dough begins to cleanly pull away from the sides of the bowl. Using a ruffled cutter. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. form one long tube of filling along the length of the dough. then lightly brush with a moistened brush. Transfer to a piping bag and set aside in the refrigerator. Wrap in plastic wrap and set aside for 1 hour to rest. but Delicata squash makes a beautiful. and sprinkle with salt and pepper. you’ll need twice that amount in raw product. November 23. Bake 45 minutes or until tender. 2. Using a mechanized pasta roller (KitchenAid has an attachment). Brush cut side of the squash with olive oil.Photo Credit: Nicole Franzen Photos by: Ellen Silverman BY NICK ANDERER A G N O L O T T I INGREDIENTS Serves 4 For the Filling: You’ll need 5 1/3 cups of purée for the ravioli. 5 1/4 pounds Delicata squash. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Place cut side down on an oiled. plus many other acclaimed chefs. roll the pasta until you can see your hand through the dough. 4. parchment-lined sheet pan and cover with foil. cut out the agnolotti to be 1 3/4 inches long. For the Dough: 2 cups “00” flour (or all-purpose) 1 teaspoon kosher salt 1 1/4 cups large egg yolks (roughly 14 yolks) 1 to 2 teaspoons water Continued on next page. In a KitchenAid or motorized mixer. 5. scoop out the insides with a large spoon. from Monday. In a large bowl with a spatula. Fold over the dough and use your fingers to seal off sections of filling in 1 3/4-inch lengths.com/martha. and place in a food processor to create the purée. halved lengthwise Olive oil 1 3/4 cups ricotta 1 1/2 ounces grated Pecorino Romano (preferably Fulvi) 1 teaspoon ground chili flakes 1/2 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg Kosher salt and pepper to taste D I Z U C C A Store-bought pumpkin purée can be substituted. Using a piping bag. 2.

it will sizzle aggressively and stop browning. Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. 4. Maialino has been named Top Newcomer by Zagat and Esquire Magazine. and received a glowing two-star review from The New York Times. 24 . Anderer was at Babbo with Mario Batali and Gina DePalma. Remove ravioli and 4 tablespoons of water from the pot. Prior to Maialino. the butter should sizzle and the sage should begin to turn brown. Add 40 pieces of ravioli to the water and cook for 1 minute.Continued from previous page. plus many other acclaimed chefs. remove from heat for 30 seconds and carefully (away from any flame) add the freshly squeezed juice of 1 lemon to the butter. Since opening. garnishing with a light drizzle of Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale. Sprinkle with pecorino and serve. Add the butter and sage. three-star reviews from New York Magazine and the New York Post and a four-star review from Time Out NY. add to the sauté pan and simmer together for 1 minute.com/martha. Once it becomes dark brown. from Monday. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. Nick Anderer is the executive chef of Maialino. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 Photo Credit: Lauri Patterson/iStockphoto Call in and ask Nick Anderer. November 23. 3. and at Gramercy Tavern under Chefs Tom Colicchio and Michael Anthony. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. the top-rated Roman trattoria located in the Gramercy Park Hotel. Place a large sauté pan or skillet over medium-high heat. November 21 to Wednesday. A G N O L O T T I For the Sauce: 4 tablespoons unsalted butter 20 small fresh sage leaves Juice of 1 lemon Grated Pecorino Romano (preferably Fulvi) to taste 2 teaspoons balsamic vinegar (preferably Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale) D I Z U C C A Make the Sauce and cook the Agnolotti 1. 2.

2. Refrigerate for 2 days. Place over low heat and simmer for a few minutes until fragrant with the scent of the herbs and the sugar and salt are dissolved. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 25 Photo Credit: Sunny Anderson . peeled and smashed 8 sage leaves 8 sprigs thyme 4 turkey drumsticks T U R K E Y DIRECTIONS Make the Brine L E G S with S u n ny’s Q u ick Cra n b erry Sa lsa 1. garlic. Cool completely. In a medium saucepan stir together the water. but one per bag is easiest) and evenly distribute the brine. lemon. sugar. November 21 to Wednesday. Remove from the brine. salt. sage. quartered 2 cloves garlic. Continued on next page. November 23.com/martha.Photo Courtesy of Food Network BY SUNNY ANDERSON F R I E D INGREDIENTS Serves 4 For the Brine: 8 cups cold water 2 tablespoons kosher salt 1 tablespoon sugar 1/2 lemon. and thyme. sage. from Monday. plus many other acclaimed chefs. Call in and ask Sunny Anderson. and thyme. Place turkey drumsticks in a plastic bag (2 can fit into a gallon bag if you try. pat dry. lemon. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675.

seeds left in 1 clove garlic. Place all ingredients in a food processor and blend until everything is broken down. In a large saucepan. In a large brown bag or bowl combine flour. making sure to fry in batches to maintain the temperature. For Sunny’s Quick Cranberry Salsa: Makes 3 cups 2 1/2 cups (12 ounces) fresh or frozen cranberries. then lower turkey in oil. from Monday. Serve with Sunny’s Quick Cranberry Salsa. salt.com/martha. recipe follows. November 21 to Wednesday. November 23. In 2007. where she combines her approach to classic comfort foods with her passion for unique flavors inspired by her many travels. Call in and ask Sunny Anderson. Shake off excess flour. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 26 . peeled 1/4 cup orange juice 2 tablespoons lime juice (2 limes) 3 tablespoons sugar Salt to taste 1. garlic powder. stem removed. Frying time varies. thawed 1/4 red onion 1 jalapeno. Pour into a bowl and refrigerate for 30 minutes before serving. 2. but 4 minutes per pound of meat works. cayenne pepper. Sunny currently hosts the popular Food Network series Cooking for Real. she co-hosted Food Network’s series of specials Gotta Get It uncovering the latest and greatest food gadgets and gizmos on the market. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. F R I E D For the Dredge: 2 cups all-purpose flour 2 tablespoons garlic powder 2 tablespoons salt 1 tablespoon cayenne pepper Freshly ground black pepper Peanut oil for deep frying T U R K E Y L E G S with S u n ny’s Q u ick Cra n b erry Sa lsa Dredge the Drumsticks 1. plus many other acclaimed chefs. and several grinds of black pepper. cooking side by side Chef Emeril Lagasse. For info & schedule go to siriusxm.Continued from previous page. Toss legs in flour mixture then place on a wire rack set over a baking sheet and let stand 1 hour. Check for an internal temperature of 165 degrees. Sunny Anderson debuted on Food Network in 2005 as a special guest on Emeril Live. heat several inches of oil to 375 degrees. Toss in the flour again and allow to rest another hour.

and let simmer for 30 minutes uncovered. November 23.” Mike previously acted as executive chef at Blue Hill Stone Barns. minced 1 clove garlic. minced 1 tablespoon olive oil 1/2 cup pearl barley 2 cups vegetable stock Kosher salt and ground white pepper For the Carrots: 1 cup mixed variety of heirloom carrots. caps sliced 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 clove garlic. Cook for 15 minutes uncovered. without coloring. In a small sauté pan.com/martha. plus many other acclaimed chefs. or until carrots are tender and liquid has evaporated. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 27 . Blue Hill at Stone Barns received a three-star review in The New York Times. Combine carrots.. season with salt and pepper. 2. In 2008. 1. sweat onions and garlic in olive oil until soft. from Monday. Add barley and stir for 2 minutes. parsley) To serve Toss shiitakes. Cover with vegetable stock. collaborating with Chef-Owner Dan Barber. minced 1 cup glazed carrots (recipe above) 2 tablespoons mixed chopped herbs (chives. or until barley is tender Call in and ask Michael Anthony.Photos by: Ellen Silverman BY MICHAEL ANTHONY C A R R O T . Michael Anthony is executive chef and partner at New York’s Gramercy Tavern. carrots and barley together. orange juice. season with salt and pepper. 3. 2. carrot juice. Fold into glazed carrots. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. Spoon into bowl and top with mixed chopped herbs. stems removed. DIRECTIONS 1. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. Under Mike’s leadership. 3. diced 1/4 cup carrot juice 1/4 cup orange juice Salt and pepper Pinch of whole cumin seed 1 teaspoon unsalted butter 1 teaspoon lemon juice For the Shiitakes: 8 shiitakes. In a medium saucepan. 1. November 21 to Wednesday. which has been named the most popular restaurant in NYC by the Zagat Survey six times. Add butter and lemon juice. and a James Beard Foundation nomination for “Best New Restaurant” in 2005. it garnered the James Beard Foundation’s “Outstanding Restaurant Award. and bring to simmer over medium heat. sauté mushrooms with garlic and oil until tender. over medium heat. and cumin seed in a small saucepan. tarragon.B A R L E Y R I S O T T O W I T H S H I I T A K E M U S H R O O M S INGREDIENTS Serves 4 For the Barley: 1 small onion. 2.

In the summer of 2010. 5. Mario is the author of eight cookbooks. halved 1 cup dry white wine 3 garlic cloves. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 28 Photo Credit: Quentin Bacon . rolled and tied by your butcher Coarse (kosher) salt Call in and ask Mario Batali. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. 3. Babbo. Combine the grapefruit juice. nonreactive dish or pan. preheat the oven to 425 degrees. was released in October.com/martha. plus many other acclaimed chefs. roughly 1 hour and 25 minutes for a large roast. and let it stand at room temperature for 45 minutes. 7. including Iron Chef America. Cover. so be careful and check the temperature after 45 minutes in any case. and transfer it to a roasting pan. November 23. Mario Batali and business partner Joe Bastianich own nineteen restaurants across the country including their flagship New York City enoteca. peeled A L E G O F L A M B C L E M E N T I N E C R U S T DIRECTIONS 1. Place the lamb in a large. and the oil in a blender or processor. (It may be only 45 minutes for a small one. clementines. and turn the lamb to coat it on all sides. November 21 to Wednesday. Place the pan in the oven and roast for 20 minutes. Recipe courtesy of Molto Batali (ecco 2011). 2. Mario and Joe opened Eataly. and add 1 cup of water to the roasting pan. from Monday. shallow.) 8. 4. Meanwhile. His most recent. and continue roasting until an instant-read thermometer registers 130 degrees for medium-rare. Along with hosting a variety of television shows.Photo Credit: Melanie Dunea BY MARIO BATALI I N INGREDIENTS 1/2 cup grapefruit juice 4 clementines. Season the lamb aggressively with salt and pepper. Remove the lamb from the marinade. Rub the marinade over it. Rub the reserved marinade over the lamb.000 square foot marketplace in New York City. and refrigerate for at least 12 hours (up to 36 hours). a 50. Molto Batali: Simple Family Meals form My Home to Yours (Ecco 2011). wine. and pulse until the mixture forms a rough paste. reserving the marinade. Remove the pan from the oven and allow the lamb to rest for 20 minutes before carving. 6. 2 tablespoons black pepper. 2 tablespoons chopped fresh rosemary leaves Freshly ground black pepper 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil 1 boneless leg of lamb (5 to 7 pounds — always get the bigger one). Reduce the oven temperature to 400 degrees. garlic. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. rosemary.

and olive oil. Set aside to cool. Spread out on sheet pans and roast in the oven until vegetables are tender. Reserve the drippings. Jos. plus more as needed 2 Pullman loaves white bread 1 quart chicken stock 1 cup Madeira wine Sea salt and white pepper 3 cups all-purpose flour 2 bay leaves 1 bunch fresh thyme leaves. 7. Cook until thickened. from Monday. peeled 4 onions. Slice turkey and serve with stuffing on side and gravy over top. His restaurant. Prum Wehlener Uhr Kabinett Riesling from Mosel-Saar-Ruwer) 4 carrots. Toss vegetables with garlic. remaining 3/4 pound butter. Melt 1 pound butter and toss with vegetable and bread mixture. Debone the entire turkey and separate into parts. Bake for 45 minutes. 5. and reserve. When the gravy has reached a sufficient viscosity. The Little Owl. and celery root so that they are all about the same size. rough chopped 1/2 cup olive oil. Cut the bread into 1-inch cubes. 9. Melt 1/2 cup (8 tablespoons) butter in a large sauté pan over mediumhigh heat. Joey Campanaro was raised in an Italian-American household in Philadelphia where the food of his childhood inspired him to make cooking his vocation. Transfer to a large baking dish and add enough chicken stock to cover the mixture. Reserve all of the offal cuts separately. Set aside. celery. Toast the flour in a large saucepan until rust in color. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. including a two-star review from The New York Times. Wrap the seasoned meat in the soaked cheesecloth.BY JOEY CAMPANARO R I E S L I N G R O A S T T U R K E Y W I T H F I G A N D R O O T V E G E TA B L E D R E S S I N G INGREDIENTS Serves 8 1 (12-pound) whole turkey 5 pounds unsalted butter. 30 to 45 minutes. Medium dice the carrots. When lightly browned. Combine the roasted vegetables mixture with the toasted bread in a large bowl. 2. He has appeared on everything from Iron Chef America to the Today Show and the Martha Stewart Show. stems removed. Roast at 400 degrees for 25 minutes. Hold the roasted turkey at room temperature for 12 minutes before slicing. chopped 2 bunches fresh parsley leaves. 4. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 29 . Add turkey drippings. including the liver. onions. plus many other acclaimed chefs. peeled 2 heads celery 2 large celery roots. about 10 minutes. chopped Special Equipment: 10 feet of cheesecloth DIRECTIONS 1. chopped offal cuts to the gravy. has received acclaim from critics and guests alike. Reserve stuffing and keep warm. chop into pieces. 6. Add only the offal cuts of the turkey and saute until lightly browned and cooked through. divided 3 bottles Riesling (recommended: 2003 Joh. Spread out on sheet pans and toast in the oven until golden. add the Madeira and deglaze the pan. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. November 21 to Wednesday. figs. strain and add the cooked. 3. Remove the cheesecloth from the skin and continue roasting for an additional 15 minutes. chicken stock and stir constantly until smooth. Melt 3 pounds of the butter and combine with Riesling. Refresh everything with chopped fresh herbs. Heavily season the remaining turkey meat with salt and white pepper. Call in and ask Joey Campanaro. peeled 4 heads garlic. 8. bay leaves. Soak the cheesecloth in the wine and butter mixture. peeled and chopped 1 cup dried figs. to taste.com/martha. Set aside. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. November 23. Keep checking the temperature of the meat every 15 minutes until it registers 165 degrees.

Periodically remove some of the duck fat from the pan. Heat a large shallow sauté pan (or two depending on the size) over high heat.com/martha. plus many other acclaimed chefs. thinly sliced 1 teaspoon rosemary. skin scored 1 tablespoon aged balsamic vinegar 1. Call in and ask Amanda Freitag. Turn the heat down to medium-low and continue to cook on the skin side. from Monday. skin-on sunchokes (Jerusalem artichokes) 2 garlic cloves. November 23. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. With tongs turn the duck over and continue cooking to your desired temperature (I suggest medium). 3. Season the duck breast with salt and pepper on both sides and place carefully into the hot pan. This process will take 12 to 15 minutes to create a golden brown crispy skin. let sit and do not move until some of the fat renders out. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 30 . Spoon the spaetzle alongside the sliced duck breast and drizzle with aged balsamic and serve. shredded 2 tablespoons finely chopped fresh parsley 4 Long Island Pekin Duck breasts.BY AMANDA FREITAG L O N G INGREDIENTS Serves 4 1 cup all-purpose flour I S L A N D D U C K DIRECTIONS For the Duck Breast B R E A S T with Su n ch oke Sp a etz le a n d Du ck Con f it 1/2 teaspoon plus 2 tablespoons salt 2 eggs 1/4 cup milk Pinch grated nutmeg 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 3 tablespoons unsalted butter 2 cups diced. Remove from pan and let rest for 4 minutes and then slice into thin slices and place on the plate. November 21 to Wednesday. skin side down. 2. finely chopped 2 confit duck legs. Continued on next page.

SIRIUSXM Channel 110 31 . 2. Place a colander or spaetzle-maker over the water and begin to pass the dough through the holes into the water. Combine the wet and dry ingredients until a smooth batter forms. Remove from the heat. add the parsley. In a separate bowl. In a large skillet. Call in and ask Amanda Freitag. L O N G For the Spaetzle I S L A N D D U C K B R E A S T with Su n ch oke Sp a etz le a n d Du ck Con f it 1. highly acclaimed female chef in New York City. Repeat with the remaining batter. cook over medium-high heat until the duck and the spaetzle crisp and turn golden brown. a restaurant of her own. whisk together the eggs. a New York City Restaurant. Amanda Freitag is the former executive chef of The Harrison.Continued from previous page. Add the sunchokes and cook. November 21 to Wednesday.com/martha. remove with a strainer and transfer to the bowl with the oil. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. whisk the flour and 1/2 teaspoon salt together and create a well in the middle. When the spaetzle floats (after about 1 minute). from Monday. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. heat 2 tablespoons of the butter over medium-high heat. When the butter foams. add the spaetzle and the shredded duck confit. and most recently can also be seen as a chef contributor on the Cooking Channel series Unique Eats. bring 1 gallon of water to a boil and add the remaining 2 tablespoons of salt. Add the garlic. until browned. toss and serve. Now after almost 20 years of being a groundbreaking. She has battled Bobby Flay on Iron Chef America. Toss the spaetzle in the oil to prevent sticking. Cover and let rest for 30 minutes. stirring. plus many other acclaimed chefs. Amanda is proud to be working on her passion project. November 23. 3. milk and nutmeg and pour into the well. Place the olive oil in a large bowl. served as a judge on the Food Network series Chopped. In a large bowl. In a large pot. the rosemary and the remaining 1 tablespoon of butter.

then add the ginger. score the skin side of the duck breasts in a crosshatch pattern. skin-side down. Heat a sauté pan over medium heat for 2 minutes. 3. For info & schedule go to siriusxm.BY MICHAEL LOMONACO B L A C K INGREDIENTS Serves 4 C U R R A N T . a small plates restaurant featuring wines from around the world and cocktails in Time Warner Center. Sauté the shallots until softened but not browned. Quickly reheat the sauce. and stir. and drizzle some around the duck breasts. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 32 . To serve. 4. 6 to 8 minutes. home-made or high-quality store-bought 1/4 cup cider vinegar Call in and ask Michael Lomonaco. Carefully drain off and discard any accumulated fat from the pan and return it to the stove. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. from Monday. Add the shallots to the pan and return the pan to the heat. This winter. With the point of a knife. plus many other acclaimed chefs. He has authored two cookbooks. Remove the duck breasts to a plate and cover to keep warm. Season the duck breasts with salt and pepper. Put the duck breasts in the pan. This helps release and render the layer of fat under the skin and makes the finished duck look stunning. Previously. 7. Lomonaco will open Center Bar. 4 whole duck breasts. honey. 2. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. or two 1-pound Magret duck breasts Fine sea salt and freshly ground black pepper 3 tablespoons chopped shallots 1 tablespoon grated ginger 2 tablespoons honey 1/2 cup black currant jam. 6. 5. 2 minutes.com/martha. Put the duck breasts. skin-side up. 6 to 8 ounces each. November 21 to Wednesday. and vinegar. Lomonaco was executive chef at New York’s ‘21’ and executive chef of Windows on the World. Chef Michael Lomonaco is the executive chef and managing partner at Porter House New York. being careful not to pierce the flesh. and reheat in the oven for 3 minutes. or several more minutes for Magret breasts. and hosted the television programs Epicurious on the Travel Channel and Michael’s Place on Food Network. jam. brush some lacquer on the upward-facing side of each breast. and cook over medium to low heat to render the fat and brown the skin. slice the duck breasts lengthwise or cross-wise and arrange the slices of 1 breast on each of 4 plates. Carefully turn the duck breasts over and brown the flesh side for 3 to 4 minutes. if necessary. Bring to a simmer and let simmer for 2 or 3 minutes to reduce and thicken to a lacquer-like glaze.L A C Q U E R E D D U C K B R E A S T DIRECTIONS 1. November 23. on a nonstick cookie sheet.

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let cool slightly. and bake until browned. inspiring and engaging consumers with unique lifestyle content across multiple media platforms and high-quality products available at numerous retail outlets. stirring occasionally. uncover. Inc. such as Sauvignon Blanc 16 cups cubed cornbread (about 2 3/4 pounds) 3 tablespoons finely chopped fresh sage 3 large eggs. If stuffing turkey. All rights reserved. add cornbread. Martha Stewart Living® Omnimedia. Makes 12 cups. Martha Stewart Living® Omnimedia. and business magnate. Toss gently (cornbread will break down into smaller pieces). For info & schedule go to siriusxm. She is also the host of The Martha Stewart Show. about 15 minutes more. Spoon remaining dressing into a buttered 2-quart baking dish. Call in and ask Martha Stewart. Cook. covered. pour up to 1 cup remaining broth over top to moisten. For more visit www. November 23. sage. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. To bowl.BY MARTHA STEWART P E C A N INGREDIENTS 1 1/2 cups coarsely chopped pecans C O R N B R E A D DIRECTIONS D R E S S I N G Buy a high-quality cornbread. is the leading provider of original “how-to” information. magazine publisher. set aside 4 cups dressing. 2. 3 to 5 minutes.) 4 tablespoons butter. refrigerate. add up to 1/2 cup more broth so stuffing is moist but not soggy. As first seen in the November 2008 issue of Everyday Food magazine. If necessary.com/martha. heated 1. November 21 to Wednesday. Transfer to a large bowl. eggs. set aside. or bake it yourself using your favorite recipe. Add wine. 3. (It can be made up to 2 days ahead. finely chopped 3 celery stalks. (To make ahead. and cook until evaporated. finely chopped Coarse salt and ground pepper 1/2 cup dry white wine. Martha Stewart is a bestselling author. Season with 1 1/2 teaspoons salt and teaspoon pepper. Photo Credit: David M. until softened. Pour 1/2 cup hot broth over cornbread mixture. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. In a large skillet. beaten 2 cups reduced-sodium chicken broth. and pecans. Add onion and celery. and toast until fragrant. Inc. Russell .) Bake. 3 to 5 minutes. Spread pecans on a large rimmed baking sheet. the Emmy® Award-winning television program now airing on Hallmark Channel. for 30 minutes. 8 to 10 minutes. up to 5 hours. plus many other acclaimed chefs. from Monday. melt butter over medium heat.com.everydayfood. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 34 Photo Credit: John Kernick Copyright © 2011. plus more for baking dish 1 large onion. season with salt and pepper.

Cook. Add vinegar. and business magnate. Set chestnuts aside. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. from Monday. until liquid has been reduced to a syrup. Chestnuts are easiest to peel while hot. season with salt and pepper. Arrange on a baking pan in a single layer.com.com/martha. plus many other acclaimed chefs. 4 to 5 minutes. 2. magazine publisher. Martha Stewart is a bestselling author. 16 to 18 minutes. stirring occasionally. Add roasted chestnuts. Russell . Transfer to a serving dish. holding in a clean kitchen towel. peel one at a time. As first seen in the November 1998 issue of Martha Stewart Living® magazine. and serve. She is also the host of The Martha Stewart Show. skimmed of fat DIRECTIONS 1.BY MARTHA STEWART C A R A M E L I Z E D C H E S T N U T S A N D B R U S S E L S S P R O U T S Two cups vacuum-packed whole cooked chestnuts in jars can be substituted for fresh ones. gently stirring occasionally. cut a large X into the shell of each chestnut on one side. until brussels sprouts are tender and spotted deep brown. cut side up. Remove from oven. Martha Stewart Living® Omnimedia. All rights reserved. 20 to 25 minutes. stirring occasionally. keeping chestnuts whole if possible. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 35 Photo Credit: Joseph Scafuro Copyright © 2011. Melt butter and oil in a large saute pan set over medium-high heat. and turkey stock. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. Call in and ask Martha Stewart. Inc. Cook. sugar. is the leading provider of original “how-to” information. Using a paring knife or a chestnut knife. the Emmy® Award-winning television program now airing on Hallmark Channel. Martha Stewart Living® Omnimedia. 20 to 25 minutes. 4. Inc. inspiring and engaging consumers with unique lifestyle content across multiple media platforms and high-quality products available at numerous retail outlets. Cook. For more visit www. November 21 to Wednesday. Add brussels sprouts. 3. trimmed and cut in half Salt and freshly ground black pepper 1/2 cup cider vinegar 1/4 cup sugar 1/4 cup homemade turkey stock or low-sodium canned. Photo Credit: David M. INGREDIENTS Serves 8 3/4 pound fresh chestnuts 2 tablespoons unsalted butter 1 tablespoon olive oil 2 pounds brussels sprouts. Roast until flesh is tender. November 23. until golden.marthastewart. Immediately remove and discard shells.

and parsnips with sweetness and sheen. carrots. the Emmy® Award-winning television program now airing on Hallmark Channel. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. She is also the host of The Martha Stewart Show. Martha Stewart is a bestselling author. is the leading provider of original “how-to” information.com/martha. In a 3-quart baking dish. microwave it for 30 seconds to return it to a liquid state. Martha Stewart Living® Omnimedia. 3.BY MARTHA STEWART H O N E Y . peeled and cut into 1/2-inch pieces 1/2 cup walnut halves 1/4 cup honey 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil Coarse salt and ground pepper 3 to 5 sprigs thyme V E G E T A B L E S Honey glazes this simple side dish of roasted sweet potatoes. parsnips. toss together sweet potatoes. season with salt and pepper. and oil. November 23. DIRECTIONS 1. All rights reserved. Martha Stewart Living® Omnimedia. inspiring and engaging consumers with unique lifestyle content across multiple media platforms and high-quality products available at numerous retail outlets. and business magnate. Note: If your honey crystallizes (a natural occurrence). honey. Call in and ask Martha Stewart. carrots. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 36 Photo Credit: Marcus Nilsson Copyright © 2011.R O A S T E D INGREDIENTS Serves 4 2 medium sweet potatoes (1 pound total). walnuts. peeled. and cut into 1/2-inch pieces 4 medium carrots. about 1 hour. Walnut halves and thyme sprigs roast along with the vegetables for additional fall flavor. plus many other acclaimed chefs.com. Inc. Top with thyme sprigs and roast until vegetables are browned at edges and tender when pierced with a knife. Photo Credit: David M. As first seen in the October 2010 issue of Everyday Food magazine. from Monday. Inc. halved. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. Russell . cut into 1/2-inch pieces 2 medium parsnips.everydayfood. November 21 to Wednesday. For more visit www. 2. magazine publisher.

While the blender is still running. On one half of the square. which is a fortified wine from southern France and is considered to be the French version of port.com/martha. Banyuls vinegar can be found in specialty markets. Banyuls vinegar has a sweet and nutty flavor. which is generally thought to be milder than red wine vinegar or balsamic vinegar. November 21 to Wednesday. about 45 minutes. 6. and stir in the walnuts and tarragon. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 37 . and season with a pinch of salt and pepper. Combine the vinegar. 1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper. gently rub off the skin. washed 1/2 cup plus 2 tablespoons olive oil 3 tablespoons water 1/2 teaspoon salt. Cut a piece of aluminum foil about 12 inches square. 2. 1/4 teaspoon of the salt. and 1/8 teaspoon of the pepper. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. When the beets are cool enough to handle. plus more for seasoning Photo Credit: Steven Freeman R OA S T E D DIRECTIONS B E E T S A L A D with Wa ln u t Dre ssin g a n d C h e ese Crisp s 1. leaves rinsed and cut into bite-size pieces (about 6 cups or 6 ounces of greens) 1 bunch rainbow chard. toss the sliced beets in 1 tablespoon of the dressing. Note: Banyuls vinegar is made from Banyuls wine. and garnish with the sliced beets and the Cheese Crisps. Transfer the dressing to a mixing bowl. for about 10 minutes. Remove the beets from the foil packet. Toss to coat. stems removed. shallot. Divide the greens among four to six serving plates. stems removed. If desired. place the beets. plus many other acclaimed chefs. Slice the beets into 1/8-inch-thick rounds (use a mandoline if you have one). spoon more dressing over each salad. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. tops removed. Continued on next page. It tastes something like a cross between balsamic vinegar and sherry vinegar and either can be used as a good substitute. In a separate mixing bowl. and mix well. 5. leaves rinsed and cut into bite-size pieces Cheese Crisps (see recipe on next page) Call in and ask Emeril Lagasse. November 23. and season with a pinch of salt and pepper. from Monday. and seal all the edges tightly to form a packet.) Remove the packet from the oven and set it aside. 4. mustard. add the remaining oil in a slow. remaining 1/4 teaspoon salt. Fold the opposite side of the foil over to cover the beets. transfer it to the oven. 2 tablespoons olive oil.BY EMERIL LAGASSE E M E R I L’ S INGREDIENTS Serves 4-6 3 to 4 small red and/or golden beets. using a paper towel. 3. and remaining 1/8 teaspoon pepper in a blender. and set aside. and cook until the beets are tender. (The beets are done when a paring knife is easily inserted into the middle. blending until the vinaigrette is emulsified. Place the dandelion greens and the chard in a large bowl. plus more for seasoning 1/4 cup sherry vinegar or Banyuls vinegar (see Note) 1 tablespoon finely chopped shallot 1 tablespoon honey 1/4 teaspoon Dijon mustard 1/2 cup chopped toasted walnuts 1 teaspoon minced fresh tarragon leaves 1 bunch baby dandelion greens. Pour 2 tablespoons (or more to taste) of the dressing over the greens. honey. unopened. water. Place the packet on a baking sheet. steady stream.

Inc. From Farm to Fork by Emeril Lagasse. call-in radio program. all rights reserved.. 3. Lagasse is the author of 16 cookbooks including his newest book Sizzling Skillets and other One-Pot Wonders. which airs exclusively on Martha Stewart Living® Radio on SiriusXM. Orlando. 2. Cooking with Emeril. © 2010 by copyright MSLO. Cheese crisps make a fine accompaniment to soups and salads or they can be served on their own with cocktails. In addition to his television presence. Montasio. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 38 Photo Credit: Steven Freeman . November 21 to Wednesday. They make easy snacks that can be spiced up with dried herbs and spices. November 23. Emeril’s Table.com/martha. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. plus many other acclaimed chefs. and Bethlehem. can be seen on Hallmark Channel. Use the crisps as a garnish for soups and salads. about 7 minutes. such as Bianco Sardo. and his latest series. Courtesy of HarperCollins Publishers. 3/4 cup shredded hard sheep’s milk cheese. Remove from the oven and set aside to cool on the baking sheet. from Monday. Las Vegas. Chef Emeril Lagasse is the chef/proprietor of 12 restaurants in locations including New Orleans. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Cheese crisps can be made from most hard cheeses such as Parmigiano-Reggiano.Continued from previous page. Place the baking sheet in the oven and cook until the cheese melts and turns golden brown. He has hosted over 2000 shows on the Food Network. Spacing them 1 to 2 inches apart. E M E R I L’ S Cheese Crisps R OA S T E D B E E T S A L A D with Wa ln u t Dre ssin g a n d C h e ese Crisp s 1. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. or parchment paper. Pennsylvania. and Asiago. Call in and ask Emeril Lagasse. Emeril has a live. Line a baking sheet with a Silpat. place 1-tablespoon mounds of the cheese on the Silpat.

In a small bowl combine pecans. plus many other acclaimed chefs. 8 to 10 minutes. Call in and ask Sunny Anderson. paprika. pumpkin pie spice. stirring and spreading again halfway through. Serve warm or allow to cool. paprika. November 23. In 2007. from Monday. 4. set aside. Sunny currently hosts the popular Food Network series Cooking for Real. In a small bowl combine bacon. lemon zest. then break apart. stir and fold the nuts into the bacon. a pinch of salt and a grind or two of pepper. Spread out on a rimmed non-stick baking sheet and cook until almost done and sugar is bubbling. Remove from the oven and pour nut mixture onto the baking sheet. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 39 Photo Credit: Sunny Anderson .Photo Courtesy of Food Network BY SUNNY ANDERSON S P I C Y . a pinch of salt and a grind or two of pepper. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. brown sugar. With a spatula. Stir until everything is coated.com/martha. where she combines her approach to classic comfort foods with her passion for unique flavors inspired by her many travels. brown sugar. she co-hosted Food Network’s series of specials Gotta Get It uncovering the latest and greatest food gadgets and gizmos on the market. 2. Return to the oven for 15 minutes. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.S U G A R E D N U T S A N D B A C O N INGREDIENTS Serves 4-6 For the Nuts 1 cup pecan halves 1 cup walnut halves 1/4 cup light brown sugar 2 tablespoons maple syrup 1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice 1/2 teaspoon Hungarian paprika Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper For the Bacon 6 strips center-cut bacon 1/4 cup light brown sugar Grated zest of 1 lemon 1/2 teaspoon Hungarian paprika Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper DIRECTIONS 1. walnuts. cooking side by side Chef Emeril Lagasse. November 21 to Wednesday. Sunny Anderson debuted on Food Network in 2005 as a special guest on Emeril Live. maple syrup. 3. spread everything out on the sheet again.

Add the oil. Babbo. Mario Batali and business partner Joe Bastianich own nineteen restaurants across the country including their flagship New York City enoteca. and toss to mix well. Molto Batali: Simple Family Meals form My Home to Yours (Ecco 2011). 5. Along with hosting a variety of television shows. grated 2 tablespoons plus 2 tablespoons freshly grated Parmigiano-Reggiano DIRECTIONS 1. and then arrange the pumpkin pieces over it. Fontina. 8. a 50. Cut the pumpkin into 2-inch cubes and place them in a mixing bowl. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 40 Photo Credit: Quentin Bacon . Grind fresh pepper over the pumpkin. sprinkle with the remaining 2 tablespoons Parmigiano. Mario is the author of eight cookbooks. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. In the summer of 2010. Remove the pan from the heat and cover the pan tightly with plastic wrap. and salt and pepper to taste. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees. Mario and Joe opened Eataly. Recipe courtesy of Molto Batali (ecco 2011). To serve. Peel the pumpkin and remove the seeds. and stir to combine. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. November 23. Meanwhile. from Monday. spoon the fonduta onto a warmed platter. His most recent. including Iron Chef America. about 45 minutes. Place the pumpkin pieces in a roasting pan.Photo Credit: Melanie Dunea BY MARIO BATALI R O A S T E D P U M P K I N W I T H F O N T I N A F O N D U T A INGREDIENTS 3 pounds pumpkin or hubbard squash 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil 2 tablespoons finely chopped fresh rosemary leaves Coarse (kosher) salt and freshly ground black pepper 2 tablespoons butter 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour 2 cups whole milk 1/2 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg 4 ounces Fontina Val d’Aosta cheese. and roast in the oven until golden brown and tender. turning them occasionally. 4. November 21 to Wednesday. and serve. Slowly add the milk. was released in October. plus many other acclaimed chefs. Season with salt and pepper 6. Keep in a warm place until ready to serve.com/martha. 7. melt the butter in a saucepan over low heat. Then add the nutmeg. Remove the roasting pan from the oven and allow the pumpkin to rest in the pan for 5 minutes. and whisk in the flour until well blended. rosemary. 2.000 square foot marketplace in New York City. 3. whisking until the mixture thickens slightly. and 2 tablespoons of the Parmigiano. Call in and ask Mario Batali.

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R OA S T E D ACO R N S Q UA S H W I T H M A P L E SY R U P A N D L I M E
INGREDIENTS
Serves 6 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil 2 star anise 3 cloves 1 small dried red chile, broken in half 3 tablespoons duck fat, bacon fat, or unsalted butter 2 bay leaves 5 large garlic cloves, sliced lengthwise Scant 1/4 cup thinly sliced peeled ginger One 5-inch rosemary sprig 1/2 large white onion, cut in half crosswise and thinly sliced 2 1/2 pounds acorn or Delicata squash (about 2), peeled, cut in half, seeded, and cut into 1-inch pieces about 1/4-inch thick 1/2 cup lime juice (from 2 large limes) Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper 1/4 cup pure maple syrup

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1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees 2. Heat the oil in a wide ovenproof 6-quart pot over moderately high heat and add the star anise and cloves. Cook, stirring, for 30 seconds. Add the chile, duck fat, bay leaves, garlic, ginger, rosemary, and onion. Cook, stirring, until the onion has softened, about 5 minutes. 3. Add the squash and lime juice, stirring to coat the squash with the lime juice, and season with salt and a generous amount of pepper. 4. Roast the squash, uncovered, in the middle of the oven, stirring occasionally until the squash is tender, about 30 minutes. Stir in the maple syrup and salt and pepper to taste. Remove the star anise, cloves, chile, bay leaves, and rosemary before serving.

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Floyd Cardoz is the Executive Chef of North End Grill in New York. He is also the consulting chef for El Verano Taqueria located at Citi Field, home of the New York Mets. In 2006, Floyd wrote his first cookbook, One Spice, Two Spice. In 2011, Floyd received the title of Top Chef on Bravo’s Top Chef Masters series, winning the grand prize of $110,000 for his designated charity of choice, the Young Scientist Cancer Research Fund at New York’s Mount Sinai School of Medicine.

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BY GALE GAND

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1 1/2 cups heavy cream 2 cups all-purpose flour 2 tablespoons baking powder 1 teaspoon kosher salt 2/3 cup grated Parmesan cheese 1/8 teaspoon cayenne 3/4 teaspoon dry mustard

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P E P P E R

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1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. 2. In a mixing bowl, whip the cream until stiff peaks form. 3. In the bowl of a mixer, blend together all the remaining ingredients. Add the whipped cream and mix at low speed just until combined. 4. On a lightly floured surface, roll or pat out the dough to 3/4-inch thickness. With a biscuit or cookie cutter or a clean empty can, cut out circles about 2 inches in diameter. 5. Transfer to an ungreased baking sheet with a spatula. Knead the scraps together just until combined, then roll out again and continue cutting out circles until all the dough is used. 6. Bake until golden brown, about 20 minutes, and serve immediately.

3/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper

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Gale Gand, executive pastry chef and partner of the Five Diamond, Four-Star restaurant TRU in Chicago, with its newly awarded Michelin star, was named pastry chef of the year by The James Beard Foundation and Bon Appétit magazine in 2001. Host of Food Network’s Sweet Dreams, Gand has also appeared on Iron Chef America, Martha Stewart, Baking With Julia (Child), The Oprah Winfrey Show, and judged Bravo’s Top Chef and Top Chef Just Desserts. She is also a cookbook author with seven titles to her credit, including her most recent, Gale Gand’s Brunch.

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BY KERRY HEFFERNAN

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INGREDIENTS
Serves 6 2 bunches arugula 1 teaspoon cider vinegar 1 tablespoon sugar 1 large quince, peeled and medium-sized diced without seeds (can use firm pear such as Bosc if preferred) 1 fresh pomegranate, (can use seeds or 2 cups juice if reduced to syrup) 2 large egg yolks 1 small shallot, peeled and minced 3 tablespoons red wine vinegar 1 tablespoon prepared Dijon mustard 1 tablespoon water Kosher salt and pepper 1/2 cup canola oil 1/2 cup walnuts, lightly toasted 1 Belgian endive

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with Pom eg ra n ate, Wa ln u ts a n d Q u in ce DIRECTIONS
1. Clean arugula leaves, remove excess stems, dry and reserve in the fridge. 2. In a small sauce pot combine 1 cup water, 1 teaspoon cider vinegar and 1 tablespoon sugar, add the quince and cook for 15 minutes or until just tender. Drain and reserve. 3. Cut the pomegranate in half; using a spoon, remove seeds and reserve. 4. In a blender, combine the egg yolks, shallot, vinegar, mustard and water and blend well for 30 seconds. Add salt and pepper to taste, and begin slowly drizzling in oil to combine in a “creamy” fashion. When enough oil is incorporated to produce a “heavy cream “consistency, add 3 tablespoons of walnuts and pulse briefly to chop nuts. Taste for seasoning. 5. Thinly slice endive lengthwise, and toss with arugula and 3 tablespoons of the dressing. Arrange over 4 small plates, evenly sprinkle quince, pomegranate seeds and remaining walnuts over each plate and drizzle the dressing over the top to serve.

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Executive Chef Kerry Heffernan brings 20 years of culinary excellence and leadership to the kitchen of South Gate in New York, which features outstanding American seasonal fare. In 1998, he became the opening Executive Chef and eventually partner at Eleven Madison Park in New York. Under his leadership, the restaurant received accolades from a wide variety of sources. Kerry has remained active outside the kitchen with numerous volunteer services, such as cooking for Share Our Strength, Project by Project, City Meals on Wheels and Kids for Kids.

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is due in fall 2012. After leaving Spago. 2. She currently serves as Executive Chef for Black Market. from Monday. Foxtail. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. and her first cookbook. top with pumpkin seeds. Best known for her appearances on Bravo’s Top Chef All-Stars and Top Chef Season 4. she was hired to run the kitchen at a new Los Angeles hot spot. gets better as it sits and can be made a day in advance. Antonia Lofaso is one of America’s most beloved chefs. parsley.Photo Credit: LA Canvas BY ANTONIA LOFASO B R U S S E L S INGREDIENTS Serves 6 1 cup extra-virgin olive oil 1/3 cup balsamic vinegar 2 pounds Brussels sprouts shaved like a cabbage for cole slaw (mandoline works best) Half small red onion shaved (mandoline) 1 cup flat leaf parsley leaves 1/4 cup shaved Parmigiano-Reggiano Kosher salt and pepper 1/4 cup toasted hulled pumpkin seeds S P R O U T DIRECTIONS S A L A D This recipe is a great salad idea around the holidays — everyone loves Brussels sprouts this time of year. upon graduating. also in Los Angeles. November 21 to Wednesday. It also holds really well. onion. accepted a position at Beverly Hills’ best known restaurant. November 23. Lofaso attended the French Culinary Institute in New York City and. Place on serving platter. In a large mixing bowl whisk together the vinegar and oil until well combined. and Parmigiano and toss to combine. plus many other acclaimed chefs. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 44 Photo Credit: Jana Gallagher . The Busy Mom’s Cookbook. Add the Brussels sprouts. 1.com/martha. Call in and ask Antonia Lofaso. Wolfgang Puck’s Spago. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. Season generously with salt and pepper.

stirring occasionally. her most recent cookbook. shaking the pan. You might figure that this recipe is too simple to be good. November 21 to Wednesday. combined with thinly sliced caramelized onion. Heat 1 tablespoon of the oil in a medium skillet over medium heat. and TV personality. add the onion and sauté. way back. Call in and ask Sara Moulton. from Monday. when my mom made sure that Birds Eye Peas and Pearl Onions in Lightly Seasoned Sauce occupied a bowl of honor on the groaning board. Remove the pan from the heat and set aside until the seeds stop popping. Remove to a bowl.com/martha. Add the remaining 1 tablespoon of oil to the skillet and heat over high heat. November 23. Indeed. plus many other acclaimed chefs. cookbook author. hosting Cooking Live. but these days I’m inclined to season my veggies myself. this is a classic case of less is more. Cooking Live Primetime. really jazz up good old frozen peas. cover immediately and cook. Sara was one of the Food Network’s founding personalities. Add the peas to the pan and cook just until hot. Halve and thinly slice the onion (about 1 cup). but you’d be wrong. This past June. Sara Moulton is a chef. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. thawed 1 medium onion 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 1 teaspoon yellow mustard seeds 1/2 teaspoon cumin seeds Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper DIRECTIONS 1. Add the mustard and cumin seeds. season with salt and pepper to taste and serve. 2. about 10 minutes. Reduce the heat to medium-low. Return the onion to the pan and cook until it is hot. was named best cookbook of the year by The International Association of Culinary Professionals. I loved them then. until it is well browned. 3. for 30 seconds.Courtesy of Sara Moulton BY SARA MOULTON S P I C E D P E A S A N D O N I O N This one takes me back. Sara Moulton’s Everyday Family Dinners. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. We’re doing very little here other than letting good ingredients speak for themselves. to the Thanksgiving of my youth. The second season of Sara’s Weeknight Meals premiered in October on Public Television. Pat the peas dry. The toasted cumin and mustard seeds. and Sara’s Secrets. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 45 Photo Credit: Jamie Tiampo . INGREDIENTS Serves 4 1 package (10 ounces) frozen green peas.

Michel serves on the Board of Trustees for the James Beard Foundation. Simmer very gently for 25 to 30 minutes. grew up with a great appreciation for local agriculture and those who work the land. for garnish DIRECTIONS 1. Pile thyme. celery root and butter. or until the vegetables are tender and the butter has melted. peppercorns. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 46 Photo Credit: Andre Baranawski . November 21 to Wednesday.Photo Credit: Bill Milne BY MICHEL NISCHAN B L AC K B A R L E Y A N D AU T U M N V E G E TA B L E S INGREDIENTS Serves 4-6 8 ounces uncooked black barley 1 small bunch of fresh thyme 2 bay leaves 1/4 teaspoon black peppercorns Grated zest of 1 orange 1/4 cup diced parsnip (1 small parsnip) 1/4 cup diced carrot (1 small carrot) 1/4 cup diced celery root (1 small root) 1 tablespoon unsalted butter Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper Flat-leaf parsley leaves. An Ashoka Fellow. November 23. author and restaurateur. 3. from Monday. Add the parsnip. becoming a catalyst for change in the sustainable food movement. and serve. Put the barley in a bowl. Set aside to soak for 24 hours 2. Michel Nischan. Call in and ask Michel Nischan. Reduce the heat to medium-low. and orange zest in the center of the cheesecloth. bay leaves. CEO. or until the barley is tender. carrot. Pour enough cold water over it to cover by about 1 inch. plus many other acclaimed chefs. drain the excess liquid from the pot. For info & schedule go to siriusxm.com/martha. Continue cooking over medium heat for 6 to 8 minutes. As the son of displaced farmers. garnish with parsley. Add 4 cups of fresh water and the bouquet garni. founder and president of Wholesome Wave. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Tie the corners together to make a bouquet garni. Lay an 8-inch by 8-inch double thickness of cheesecloth on a work surface. Stir to mix. 4. He translated these childhood values into a career as a James Beard Award-winning chef. Drain the barley. Stir once or twice. The Rodale Institute and The Center for Health and the Global Environment (Harvard Medical School). Transfer it to a large pot. If necessary.

com/martha. 2. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. host of his own Emmy® Award-winning PBS TV series Avec Eric and the author of four cookbooks. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. Rosem a ry. a “29” food rating from the 2011 Zagat Guide.Photo Credit: Nigel Parry BY ERIC RIPERT R OA S T E D F I N G E R L I N G P OTATO E S with G a rlic. November 21 to Wednesday. from Monday. cloves separated. washed 2 heads garlic. Serve hot. the highest of any restaurant in the city. Drizzle the olive oil over the potatoes and garlic and season to taste with salt and pepper. including Avec Eric (2010). your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. unpeeled 1/4 cup olive oil Fine sea salt and freshly ground white pepper to taste 4 sprigs rosemary 4 sprigs thyme 3 tablespoons butter DIRECTIONS 1. and has upheld a four-star review from The New York Times for over two decades. Call in and ask Eric Ripert. Lightly toss the potatoes to coat. Remove the pan from the oven and toss with butter. November 23. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 47 Photo Credit: Angie Mosier . Eric Ripert is the chef and co-owner of New York’s Le Bernardin. 20 to 25 minutes. a n d Thym e INGREDIENTS Serves 8 3 to 3 1/2 pounds fingerling potatoes. The celebrated restaurant holds three stars from the Michelin Guide. Eric is a regular guest judge on Bravo’s Top Chef. Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurants list. plus many other acclaimed chefs. Cut the fingerling potatoes in half and place them on a large rimmed baking sheet with the garlic cloves. 3. then scatter the sprigs of rosemary and thyme over the potatoes and roast the fingerlings until golden brown and tender. ranked 15 on the S.

in 2004. and Alfred Portale at Gotham Bar & Grill. Remove from heat. In a 2-quart saucepan. about 15 minutes.Photo Credit: Alan Batt BY BILL TELEPAN C A U L I F L O W E R W I T H S H E L L B E A N S A N D A N H E R B INGREDIENTS Serves 6 2 teaspoons chopped oregano 2 teaspoons chopped thyme 2 teaspoons chopped parsley 8 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 1 head cauliflower. Chop 2 of the cauliflower wedges into small pieces. In a small saucepan over low heat warm the beans in their liquid. combine 1 tablespoon of the oil. opened on the Upper West Side of New York in December of 2005. Chef Telepan worked under Daniel Boulud at Le Cirque. set aside and keep warm. following the release of his successful cookbook. In a medium pot of lightly salted boiling water. November 21 to Wednesday. transfer to a blender and purée until smooth. 6. Then flip the wedges and cook until they start to become well-browned. Gilbert Le Coze at Le Bernardin. 1 tablespoon water. place the cauliflower purée in the center of 6 plates. set aside. 3 to 4 minutes. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. Place a wedge of cauliflower into the purée and finish with the herbed oil. from Monday. Place a spoonful of the crushed beans next to the purée. Stir in 1 tablespoon of the oil and 2 tablespoons of the bean liquid.com/martha. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. 5 to 7 minutes. Chill immediately in ice water for about 3 minutes. Inspired by Ingredients. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 48 . Place the beans in a mixing bowl and crush them with the back of a spoon or small pot. and 4 tablespoons of the oil. and the chopped cauliflower. cut in 8 wedges Kosher salt 1 cup mixed cooked beans with liquid reserved O I L DIRECTIONS 1. Telepan. November 23. cook the remaining 6 wedges of cauliflower for 5 minutes. sprinkle with salt. Before opening his own restaurant. 4. 3. Strain. Chef Bill Telepan’s eponymous restaurant. heat the remaining 2 tablespoons of oil over high heat. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees. parsley. Cover the pan and cook over medium heat until cauliflower is tender. Add the cauliflower wedges and cook until well-browned on one side. In a large skillet. Add 1/4 cup water and place in the oven for about 5 minutes or until tender. To finish the dish. plus many other acclaimed chefs. drain and dry with a towel. Keep warm. 5. 2. reserving the liquid. thyme. Call in and ask Bill Telepan. In a small bowl combine the oregano.

Bring to a simmer and cook for about one hour or until the potatoes are al dente. Jonathan Waxman has graced such prestigious kitchens as Chez Panisse in Berkeley and Michael’s in Los Angeles. add the extra-virgin olive oil and butter and then the potatoes. Remove and cool. 6.com/martha. November 21 to Wednesday. Today. restaurateur and author. and roast in the oven for 40 minutes to an hour.Photo Credit: Fabrizio Ferri Photo Credit: Jeffrey Prehn BY JONATHAN WAXMAN C R I S P INGREDIENTS Serves 4 P O T A T O E S B A R B U T O S T Y L E DIRECTIONS 1. Wash and scrub potatoes. 3. 5. Stir occasionally until crispy and golden brown. A Great American Cook. Italian My Way. 2. plus many other acclaimed chefs. was published in 2007 and his second book. from Monday. 4. was released in April of 2011. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Waxman is the chef and owner of Barbuto in Manhattan’s West Village. Place in a stockpot. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. sprinkled with the grated Parmesan. A successful chef. Season lightly with sea salt. 4 organic russet potatoes (3 1/2 pounds) 2 branches rosemary 3 cloves garlic 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil 3 ounces (6 tablespoons) sweet organic butter 1 tablespoon sea salt 2 tablespoons grated Parmesan Call in and ask Jonathan Waxman. Place potatoes in a heavy skillet. add the rosemary and garlic. He participated in two seasons of Top Chef Masters on Bravo. cover with cold water. His first cookbook. Serve hot. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 49 . November 23. Remove from the refrigerator and chunk with a fork until you have large bite-sized pieces. then leave in fridge overnight.

the incomparable Moose Munch® snack. Filled with legendary Royal Riviera® Pears. Top with fans of pear slices. 1 large or 2 small Royal Riviera® Pears. November 23. Gradually whisk in the walnut oil.RECIPE AND PHOTO COURTESY OF HARRY & DAVID R O YA L R O G U E INGREDIENTS Serves 4 1 head butter lettuce. from Monday. November 21 to Wednesday. Hosting guests this holiday season? Here’s an idea — the Harvest to Holidays gift basket from Harry & David. roasted pecans or roasted walnuts For the Dressing 2 or 3 tablespoons Champagne vinegar 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard 1 tablespoon honey (optional) 1/2 teaspoon sea salt 1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 3/4 cup walnut oil 1. Just in time for the holidays. and top with nuts.com/HarvestToHolidays. chocolate truffles. Shop www. washed and dried R I V I E R A ® P E A R V A L L E Y S A L A D DIRECTIONS 1.com or call 800-547-3033. this exclusive gift is available at www.HarryandDavid. Evenly sprinkle blue cheese over the pears and lettuce. 2. it’s perfect for snacking and sharing. and more. Call in and ask your questions to many acclaimed chefs on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. Over the years. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 50 . whisk together the first five ingredients. Chill for 20 minutes. cored and sliced 2/3 cup Rogue Creamery® or other blue cheese 2/3 cup Harry & David candied pecans. and smooth texture.HarryandDavid. Arrange on four chilled plates. Harry & David has been growing extraordinary Royal Riviera® Pears for over 75 years in the Rogue Valley of Southern Oregon. perfect for any occasion. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. sweetness. In a medium bowl. Get your fresh fruit basket and more today. 2. Gently tear the lettuce into bite-size pieces.com/martha. These pears are renowned for their unique flavor. and serve immediately. Harry & David has added many gourmet treats to their beautifully arranged gifts. Generously drizzle the dressing over the salad.

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3. Dot with butter. Trim edges flush with rim. On a lightly floured work surface. Place rounds on a parchment-lined baking sheet. Peel and core apples. whisk together egg yolk and cream in a small bowl. Toss together apples. Thinly slice half the apples. All rights reserved. Roll remaining disk of dough to 1/8 inch thick. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. overlapping them slightly.com/martha. Lightly brush top of each round with egg wash as you work to help them adhere to one another. Lightly brush edge of piecrust with egg wash. Once the filling has been covered with rounds. rerolling scraps if necessary. plus more for dusting 1 teaspoon coarse salt 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg 3 tablespoons cold unsalted butter. mounding it in the center. November 21 to Wednesday. cut out about 70 rounds. 5. Refrigerate for 1 hour.Photo Credit: David M. 2. Serves 6 to 8. makes an 8-inch tart Pâte Brisée (see recipe on next page) 4 pounds Granny Smith apples 1 tablespoon finely grated lemon zest 2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice 3/4 cup packed light-brown sugar 1/4 cup granulated sugar 1/4 cup all-purpose flour. November 23. and cut remaining apples into 1-inch pieces. plus many other acclaimed chefs. and nutmeg in a large bowl. 6. sugars. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 52 . roll 1 disk of dough to 1/8 inch thick. Using a 1 3/4inch fluted round cutter. lemon zest and juice. 4. for sprinkling Continued on next page. and refrigerate for 30 minutes. Overlapping disks of pâte brisée top a highly spiced apple pie. cut into small pieces 1 large egg yolk 1 tablespoon heavy cream Fine sanding sugar. flour. Arrange dough rounds over filling. lightly brush entire top of pie with egg wash. cinnamon. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. from Monday. Call in and ask Martha Stewart. Place filling in piecrust. Martha Stewart Living® Omnimedia. working in a spiral from the outside in to the center. You will need a 1 3/4-inch fluted round cutter to create the layered effect on the top crust. Russell Photo Credit: Matthew Hranek Copyright © 2011. To make egg wash. salt. Fit into a 9-inch deep-dish pie plate. Inc. BY MARTHA STEWART W I T H INGREDIENTS S P I C E D F L U T E D A P P L E P I E R O U N D C U T O U T S DIRECTIONS 1.

is the leading provider of original “how-to” information.com/martha. salt. about 1 hour. Pulse flour. and bake until crust is golden brown and juices are bubbling. magazine publisher. and bake until crust begins to turn golden brown. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 53 . For more visit www. 2. Refrigerate pie for 1 hour. and business magnate. refrigerate at least 1 hour or overnight. Place pie on middle rack. the Emmy® Award-winning television program now airing on Hallmark Channel. For the Pâte Brisée Makes enough for 1 double-crust or 2 single-crust 9-inch pies 2 3/4 cups all-purpose flour 1 1/2 teaspoons coarse salt 1 tablespoon granulated sugar 2 1/4 sticks (18 tablespoons) cold unsalted butter. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. about 25 minutes. Reduce oven temperature to 375 degrees.com. 3. and sugar in a food processor. with racks in middle and lower positions. November 21 to Wednesday. steady stream just until dough holds together and is not wet or sticky. plus many other acclaimed chefs. Place a foil-lined baking sheet on lower rack to catch any juices. Sprinkle top with sanding sugar. add ice water in a slow. Divide dough into two portions. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. and pulse until coarse crumbs form.Continued from previous page. She is also the host of The Martha Stewart Show.marthastewart. Call in and ask Martha Stewart. Martha Stewart Living® Omnimedia. Add butter. Let cool completely on a wire rack. 8. 10 minutes more. chill the butter and the flour before using. Martha Stewart is a bestselling author. and shape each into a disk. Note: To ensure a flaky crust. work quickly so that the butter remains cold. Inc. With machine running. inspiring and engaging consumers with unique lifestyle content across multiple media platforms and high-quality products available at numerous retail outlets. but you can use a pastry cutter instead. W I T H S P I C E D F L U T E D A P P L E P I E R O U N D C U T O U T S 7. Tent with foil if crust browns too quickly. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. no longer than 30 seconds. about 10 seconds. cut into 1/2-inch pieces 7 to 10 tablespoons ice water 1. from Monday. Wrap in plastic. As first seen in the November 2007 issue of Martha Stewart Living® magazine. November 23. A food processor yields the best results.

plus many other acclaimed chefs. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. Continue to freeze. 2. November 21 to Wednesday. from Monday.) Transfer purée to metal bowl. until pears are very soft. until sugar has dissolved. Transfer the mixture to an ice-cream machine and freeze. or place in the refrigerator to chill. and cook the mixture over medium-high heat. 6 to 8 minutes. 12 to 18 minutes. Call in and ask Martha Stewart.com/martha. let chill over an ice bath or in refrigerator. the purée may be passed through a fine strainer to get a smoother texture. Chop into 1/4-inch dice and toss with 2 tablespoons lemon juice. Transfer the syrup to a metal mixing bowl. place the mixture in an 11-by-6-by-2 3/4-inch plastic container (this size container works best) in the freezer for 1 hour. After 1 hour. Combine sugar with 1 3/4 cups water in a medium saucepan. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. about 4 hours. November 23. stir with a fork. Transfer to a medium saucepan. about 30 minutes. Reduce the heat to medium low and cook. either as a pre-dessert course or just as a lighter alternative to heavy pies and cakes. Russell BY MARTHA STEWART P E A R INGREDIENTS Serves 6 A N D C R A N B E R R Y DIRECTIONS S O R B E T This dessert is elegant enough to serve with Thanksgiving dinner. until the sorbet has set and is completely frozen. If a machine is not available. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 54 . Transfer mixture to a food processor and process until smooth. Combine chilled purée with syrup and 1/4 cup lemon juice. (At this stage. stirring occasionally. Stir well. following the manufacturer’s instructions. 3.Photo Credit: David M. 5 to 8 minutes. Continued on next page. stirring every 30 minutes. and set bowl over an ice bath. about 30 minutes. Add cranberries. Meanwhile. 3/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons sugar 9 Comice or other green-skinned pears 1/2 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice 1/2 cup fresh or frozen cranberries 1. Cover and cook over medium heat until the juices are released. covered. peel and core 3 pears.

scoop out as much flesh from the pears as possible. Using a melon baller. Brush the insides of the pears with the remaining 2 tablespoons lemon juice. Inc. Serve immediately. and garnish with the pear tops. All rights reserved.marthastewart. . Martha Stewart Living® Omnimedia.com/martha. Martha Stewart is a bestselling author. Cut the top inch from the 6 remaining pears. Place the pears and their tops in a large plastic container. the Emmy® Award-winning television program now airing on Hallmark Channel.com. fill frozen shells with sorbet.Continued from previous page. P E A R A N D C R A N B E R R Y S O R B E T 4. Inc. Meanwhile. The shells may be prepared 2 to 3 days ahead. inspiring and engaging consumers with unique lifestyle content across multiple media platforms and high-quality products available at numerous retail outlets. and cover. from Monday. To serve. plus many other acclaimed chefs. November 23. and business magnate. Martha Stewart Living® Omnimedia. make the serving shells. She is also the host of The Martha Stewart Show. magazine publisher. is the leading provider of original “how-to” information. leaving the skin intact. November 21 to Wednesday. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 55 Photo Credit: Reed Davis Copyright © 2011. Call in and ask Martha Stewart. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. For more visit www. and reserve the tops. transfer to the freezer for at least 2 hours. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. As first seen in the November 1997 issue of Martha Stewart Living® magazine.

press firmly into bottom of pan. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 56 Photo Credit: Mikkel Vang Copyright © 2011.everydayfood. pie spice. mix in flour (do not overmix). substitute the same amount of packaged graham-cracker crumbs. Russell . Martha Stewart Living® Omnimedia. magazine publisher. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. As first seen in the November 2004 issue of Everyday Food magazine. Place springform pan on a rimmed baking sheet. is the leading provider of original “how-to” information. Add pumpkin purée. 3. She is also the host of The Martha Stewart Show. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. and butter until moistened. melted Note: To make the crumbs for the crust. Transfer to oven. and do not open the oven door while the cake is baking or cooling inside the oven. Photo Credit: David M. For more visit www. with the raised side of the bottom part facing up. cool completely. Turn off oven. very soft 1 1/4 cups sugar 3 tablespoons all-purpose flour 1 cup canned pumpkin purée 2 tablespoons pumpkin-pie spice 1 tablespoon vanilla extract 1/2 teaspoon salt 4 large eggs. Cover with plastic wrap. vanilla. with rack in center. November 23. refrigerate until firm. Unmold before serving. 5. Make the crust: In a medium bowl. 2. mix just until smooth. and salt. and gently smooth top. the Emmy® Award-winning television program now airing on Hallmark Channel. mixing until each is incorporated before adding the next. be careful not to overmix the batter. All rights reserved. Bake 45 minutes. To prevent the top from cracking.BY MARTHA STEWART P U M P K I N INGREDIENTS For the Crust 1 1/4 cups graham-cracker crumbs (from 10 whole crackers) 1/4 cup sugar 4 tablespoons unsalted butter. and business magnate. reduce oven heat to 300 degrees.com Call in and ask Martha Stewart. Add eggs one at a time. Inc. at least 4 hours. inspiring and engaging consumers with unique lifestyle content across multiple media platforms and high-quality products available at numerous retail outlets. plus many other acclaimed chefs. Bake until golden around edges. November 21 to Wednesday. Or. Make the filling: With an electric mixer. 10 to 12 minutes.com/martha. For the Filling 4 packages (8 ounces each) bar cream cheese. mix cracker crumbs. Remove from oven. pulse graham crackers in a food processor until finely ground. room temperature C H E E S E C A K E DIRECTIONS 1. Pour filling into springform. Martha Stewart is a bestselling author. 4. Martha Stewart Living® Omnimedia. let cheesecake stay in oven 2 hours more (without opening). For info & schedule go to siriusxm. beat cream cheese and sugar on low speed until smooth. if you prefer. Assemble a 9-inch nonstick springform pan. sugar. Inc. from Monday.

You can bake it in individual ramekins if you prefer.Photo Credit: Caroline Owens BY DONATELLA ARPAIA P U M P K I N B R E A D P U D D I N G The beautiful thing about bread pudding is that it can’t fall like a soufflé or fail to set like a flan. 1/4 cup cream. Cover and let soak at least 4 hours or overnight in the refrigerator. cinnamon. She is a guest judge on the Food Network’s Next Iron Chef and Iron Chef America and a contributor to NBC’s Today Show. about 1 1/2 hours. and serve warm. 3. cloves. Add the bread and stir to be sure all the bread is evenly moistened. Donatella Cooks: Simple Food Made Glamorous was released in 2010. Anthos. top with a dollop of whipped cream. This fall. 2. November 23. sliced thick and torn into large chunks Butter and brown sugar for preparing the pan 2 tablespoons confectioners’ sugar You’ll Need: one 9 x 5-inch loaf pan DIRECTIONS 1. November 21 to Wednesday. just reduce the baking time to 40 minutes and place the ramekins on a baking sheet. Be sure to pole the pudding to see if any uncooked custard bubbles up from the bottom before removing it from the oven. Whisk until smooth. granulated sugar.com/martha. eggs. from Monday. plus many other acclaimed chefs. Call in and ask Donatella Arpaia. INGREDIENTS 4 cups whole milk 2 1/4 cups heavy cream 8 large eggs 1 cup granulated sugar 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon ground cloves 1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg 1 (15-ounce) can pumpkin purée 1/2 pound bread. and EOS and bistro e in Miami. panettone. Combine the milk. Dona. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 57 Photo Credit: Anna Williams . For info & schedule go to siriusxm. and Kefi in Manhattan. well-structured bread such as a day-old rustic French or Italian loaf or. which is perfect if you’re a baker like me who gets impatient with too much precision! I like to make this with a dense. she’ll debut a pilot on the Food Network and launch Donatella-branded appliances on a major home shopping network. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. Donatella Arpaia’s first restaurant was the wildly successful Bellini. nutmeg and pumpkin purée in a large bowl. Cut the pudding in slices. Butter a 9 by 5-inch loaf pan and dust with brown sugar. It’s very forgiving. at Christmastime. Preheat the oven to 275 degrees. Her first cookbook. Whip the 2 cups of cream and confectioners’ sugar together just until it forms soft mounds. Ladle the pudding mixture into the loaf pan or ramekins and bake until set. followed by such ventures as davidburke and donatella.

mix together the flour. In the summer of 2010. 9. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. a 50. Molto Batali: Simple Family Meals form My Home to Yours (Ecco 2011). 1/2 cup finely ground fresh breadcrumbs 12 tablespoons (1 1/2 sticks) unsalted butter. Add the dry ingredients to the wet. and the milk until the mixture is light and fluffy. 6. or until the cake is golden brown on top and a toothpick inserted toward the center comes out clean. 4.000 square foot marketplace in New York City. and dust with the fresh breadcrumbs. Recipe courtesy of Molto Batali (ecco 2011). 1/4 cup of the hazelnuts. 7. including Iron Chef America. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Pour the batter into the prepared springform pan. Peel and core the pears. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. beating until well incorporated. 5. the vanilla. and slice each one into 8 even slices. Along with hosting a variety of television shows. Sprinkle the top of the cake with the remaining 1/4 cup ground hazelnuts. dust with the confectioners’ sugar. Place the pan in the oven and bake for 1 1/2 hours. Arrange the pear slices on top of the batter. Add the eggs. Call in and ask Mario Batali. with the stem end of each piece pointing toward the center. Set the batter aside. at room temperature 1 1/4 cups plus 1/4 cup sugar 2 teaspoons vanilla extract 5 tablespoons whole milk 5 large eggs. 3.) 8. Mario is the author of eight cookbooks. from Monday. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 58 Photo Credit: Quentin Bacon . Babbo. November 23. (They will sink a bit. and toss with the remaining 1/4 cup sugar and the lemon zest and juice. until combined. at room temperature 2 cups all-purpose flour 1/4 cup plus 1/4 cup ground hazelnuts 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 3 ripe Comice pears Grated zest and juice of 1 lemon 1/2 cup confectioners’ sugar 2. one and a time. about 3 minutes. Brush the sides and bottom of a 3-inch-deep 9-inch springform pan with the olive oil. Release the springform sides and place the cake on a platter. and the cinnamon. plus many other acclaimed chefs. 1 1/4 cups of the sugar. and mix with a wooden spoon for 1 minute. was released in October. In a large bowl. November 21 to Wednesday. use a handheld electric mixer on medium-low to cream together the butter. In a separate bowl. Mario Batali and business partner Joe Bastianich own nineteen restaurants across the country including their flagship New York City enoteca. Place the pears in a bowl. the baking powder. His most recent. the salt. Remove from the oven and allow to cool for 20 minutes. and cut into slices to serve.com/martha. forming two concentric circles with 6 slices on the inside circle and 18 on the outside.Photo Credit: Melanie Dunea BY MARIO BATALI P E A R INGREDIENTS 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil A N D H A Z E L N U T DIRECTIONS C A K E 1. Mario and Joe opened Eataly.

November 23. Then one Thanksgiving. plus many other acclaimed chefs. reduces the syrup to eliminate as much of the water as possible. rice.BY MELISSA CLARK S P I C E D M A P L E P E C A N W I T H S T A R A N I S E P I E I never thought to simmer down maple syrup until it turns thick. Refrigerate at least 1 hour before rolling out and baking (or up to a week. Yosses. and came up with pecan pie. woodsy fennel flavor would add an unexpected nuance to the classic combination of maple and nuts. the pastry chef at the White House and a good friend of mine (we wrote a cookbook together). or dried beans for this. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. Cover the pie with aluminum foil and fill with pie weights (you can use pennies. After trying his amazing ice cream recipe. chilled and cut into 1/2-inch pieces 2 to 5 tablespoons ice water DIRECTIONS Make the Crust 1. about 5 minutes more. Add ice water 1 tablespoon at a time. and extremely maple-y until I made Bill Yosses’s maple ice cream recipe. Call in and ask Melissa Clark. Bake for 20 minutes. I began to think about what else might benefit from reduced maple syrup’s profound caramel sweetness. briefly pulse together the flour and salt. which gives the smoothest. wrap with plastic. I chose star anise because I thought the sharp. remove the foil and weights and bake until pale golden. and flatten into a disc. Cool on a rack until needed. Form the dough into a ball. viscous. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 59 From Cook This Now by Melissa Clark. Freeze the crust for 15 minutes or refrigerate for 30 minutes. Prick the crust all over with a fork. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. INGREDIENTS Serves 8 Makes one 9-inch pie For the Pie Crust: 1 1/4 cups all-purpose flour 1/4 teaspoon salt 10 tablespoons unsalted butter. with an intense maple flavor. In a food processor. Transfer the crust to a 9-inch pie plate. I use pennies). 2. then crimp as decoratively as you can manage. and pulse until the mixture is just moist enough to hold together. Fold over any excess dough.com/martha. I decided to add a layer of complexity to the pie by infusing whole spices into the maple syrup while it was simmering. Add the butter and pulse until the mixture forms lima bean–size pieces (three to five 1-second pulses). roll out the pie crust to a 12-inch circle. November 21 to Wednesday. 4. silkiest textured ice cream imaginable. Continued on next page. or freeze for up to 4 months). Color photography by Andrew Scrivani Photo Credit: Lucy Schaeffer . Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. On a lightly floured surface. from Monday. 3.

all the sugar has dissolved. Remove from the heat and let sit for 1 hour for the anise to infuse. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 60 . excellent. eggs. Available wherever books are sold. from Monday.Continued from previous page. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. Melissa Clark. From Cook This Now by Melissa Clark. your pie will be even more maple-y. and adds chocolate. That’s what I use. melted 2 tablespoons dark aged rum 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt Whipped crème fraîche. and her latest book. Melissa Clark is a James Beard Foundation Award winner and columnist for the New York Times. including In the Kitchen with a Good Appetite. 15 to 20 minutes. Let cool to room temperature before serving with whipped crème fraîche. November 21 to Wednesday. Inc. In a medium bowl. about 12 minutes. Published by Hyperion. Reduce to a simmer and cook until the mixture is very thick. 3. S P I C E D M A P L E P E C A N W I T H S T A R A N I S E For the Filling: 1 cup maple syrup 1/2 cup Demerara or raw sugar 8 whole star anise 2 cups pecan halves 3 large eggs 4 tablespoons (1/2 stick) unsalted butter. Remove the star anise from the syrup. rum. Fold in the pecan halves. for serving Make the Filling P I E 1. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. and the syrup measures 1 cup. 2. Preheat the oven to 325 degrees. All Rights Reserved. The Last Course with former Gramercy Tavern pastry chef Claudia Fleming. melted butter. and star anise to a boil. Cook This Now: 120 Easy and Delectable Dishes You Can’t Wait to Make. toast the nuts. whisk together the syrup. bring the maple syrup. November 23. 35 to 40 minutes. Braise with Daniel Boulud. Call in and ask Melissa Clark plus many other acclaimed chefs. Notes/Tips If you can get Grade B maple syrup. Bake until the pie is firm to the touch but jiggles slightly when moved. In a medium saucepan over medium-high heat. She has written 32 cookbooks. richer flavor than the usual Grade A stuff. where she writes the enormously popular “A Good Appetite” Dining Section column. which never hurts anything. Copyright © 2011. deep maple flavor. Transfer to a wire rack to cool. and salt. which has a fuller. Warm the syrup if necessary to make it pourable but not hot (you can pop it in the microwave for a few seconds if you’ve moved it to a measuring cup). sugar. Spread the pecans out on a baking sheet and toast them in the oven until they start to smell nutty. While the syrup is infusing. Pour the filling into the crust and transfer to a rimmed baking sheet.com/martha.

including The New York Times. and her work has been featured in numerous publications. plus many other acclaimed chefs. from Monday. 2. melt the butter and corn syrup together over low heat. Immediately turn off the heat and very carefully remove the candy thermometer. and then lightly grease the paper with nonstick cooking spray or butter. heavy-bottomed saucepan. stir in the salt and vanilla extract. B R I T T L E C rocc a n te d i N occio le DIRECTIONS 1.com/martha. To prepare the brittle for a garnish or topping. You may need to repeat this process if some of the skins are stubborn. New York Magazine. Place the nuts in a small bowl near the stove. Turn the mixture out onto the baking sheet and spread it towards the sides of the pan so that the nuts are in a single layer. was published in October 2007. 4. Using a large wooden spoon. Her first cookbook. November 21 to Wednesday. Call in and ask Gina DePalma. Let the brittle cool completely before breaking it into pieces and storing in an air-tight plastic container. Add the water.Photo Credit: Institute of Culinary Education BY GINA DEPALMA H A Z E L N U T INGREDIENTS Nonstick cooking spray 2 cups skinned. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 61 Photo Credit: Gina DePalma . For info & schedule go to siriusxm. In a large. or until the skins blister and crack. 3. metal slotted spoon. registering 350 degrees on the candy thermometer. or heat-proof spatula. breaking them into pieces by placing them on the counter and pressing down with a small saucepan. and turn the heat up to medium-high. Make sure that the caramel coats all of the nuts. dry place. Continue to cook the mixture until it turns deep golden brown. then stir in the hazelnuts. Gourmet and Food & Wine. Keep in a cool. James Beard Award-winning chef Gina DePalma has been the pastry chef of Babbo Ristorante e Enoteca since its opening in 1998. Dolce Italiano: Desserts from The Babbo Kitchen. The mixture will come to a boil. Place the hazelnuts in an even layer on a rimmed cookie sheet. Clip a candy thermometer to the side of the pan. and roll them back and forth in the towel until the skins rub off. 5. If your hazelnuts are not skinned. Line a 13 by 9-inch jelly roll pan with parchment or wax paper. Transfer the nuts to a clean dishtowel while they are still hot. break it into small pieces and then chop it using a large chef’s knife. you can skin them yourself easily. November 23. Chef DePalma has appeared on the Food Network and Martha Stewart Living®. one stick) unsalted butter 1/4 cup light corn syrup 1/2 cup water 2 cups granulated sugar 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract *You will need roasted or blanched. and then stir in the sugar. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. and roast them in a hot oven (375 degrees) for 7 to 10 minutes. toasted hazelnuts* 8 tablespoons (4 oz. Crush the hazelnuts. skinned hazelnuts for this recipe.

press down on the squash slices gently. If you use pears. you won’t need to roast them first. Sprinkle the pecans over the squash. November 23. trimming them to fit if necessary. stirring until smooth.com/martha. Remove from the oven and set aside. Butter a 10 by 2-inch round cake pan and line the bottom with a circle of parchment paper. 3. You may have a few squash slices left over. Continued on next page. from Monday. or ripe pears for the butternut squash. 2. Call in and ask Tom Douglas. then cut the squash in half lengthwise. INGREDIENTS For the Squash Topping: 1 medium butternut squash (about 2 pounds) 1/2 cup (1 stick) unsalted butter. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. November 21 to Wednesday. and place them on a lightly buttered baking sheet. Arrange the squash wedges in a decorative pattern (like the spokes of a wheel) over the bottom of the pan. cut the peel from the squash. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Using your fingers. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. Or you could substitute peeled slices of sugar pumpkin. 4. melt the butter with the brown sugar. To prepare the squash topping. Bake until tender when pierced with the tip of a knife. so you’ll be able to see them through the sugar topping when the cake is unmolded. and scrape out the seeds and fibers with a spoon. turning the squash pieces over with a spatula halfway through the cooking time. Set the prepared cake pan aside. Reduce the oven temperature to 350 degrees. plus many other acclaimed chefs. red kuri squash. plus a little more for buttering the pans 1 cup firmly packed brown sugar 1/2 cup coarsely chopped pecans DIRECTIONS 1. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 62 Photo Credit: Sarah Flotard . about 20 to 25 minutes. Butternut squash has a thin skin which is easy to peel with a vegetable peeler. In a small saucepan over medium heat. Slice the squash into wedges about 1/3-inch thick. Pour the butter-sugar mixture evenly into the cake pan.Photo Credit: Tom Douglas BY TOM DOUGLAS B U T T E R N U T S Q U A S H G I N G E R B R E A D The thin wedges of squash that top this cake bake in a brown sugar and butter glaze until they’re candied and almost translucent.

whisk together the coffee. add the dry ingredients in 2 batches. Leftovers. Dahlia Bakery. Note: You can bake and unmold the cake early in the day and leave it at room temperature. Lola. Tom also runs a retail bakery. Remove the pan and the cake should slide right out onto the plate. 5. and I Love Crab Cakes. Seatown Snack Bar. and ginger. Etta’s. 6. wrapped in plastic wrap. To make the cake batter. from Monday. Jackie Cross. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 63 . if there are any. salt. then whisk in the butter. with two more in the works. Palace Kitchen. If the cake is browning too quickly before it is done. Whipped cream. a catering business.Continued from previous page. To the egg-butter mixture. mix together the flour. run a thin knife around the cake to loosen it. cover it loosely with a piece of foil. Ting Momo. To unmold. 2. He is the author of three cookbooks. B U T T E R N U T For the Cake Batter 2 1/2 cups all purpose flour 2 teaspoons baking soda 1 teaspoon kosher salt 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg 1 cup hot strong coffee 1/2 cup molasses 2 teaspoons peeled and grated fresh ginger 2 large eggs 1 cup granulated sugar 1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter. and Brave Horse Tavern. 3. plus many other acclaimed chefs. Peel off the circle of parchment paper and replace any squash or pecans clinging to the paper. Tom Douglas. In a large bowl. Tom’s Big Dinners. Pour the batter into the prepared pan. Cover the cake pan with an inverted plate. owns ten of Seattle’s most exciting restaurants: Dahlia Lounge. Place the cake pan on a baking sheet lined with foil because the brown sugar mixture may bubble over as the cake bakes. slice the cake into wedges and serve with dollops of whipped cream. 4. November 21 to Wednesday. November 23. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. cinnamon and nutmeg in a bowl. alternating with the coffee mixture. and an event space. lightly whisk together the eggs and granulated sugar. then invert the whole thing. soda. To serve. and beating with a wooden spoon or a rubber spatula until smooth. Cool the cake to room temperature before slicing. Remove the cake pan from the oven and allow it to cool on a rack for about 5 minutes. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. along with his wife and business partner. Serious Pie (with two locations). sweetened to taste with sugar Call in and ask Tom Douglas. stay moist for a day or two.com/martha. In another bowl. Bake at 350 degrees until a toothpick inserted in the center of the cake comes out clean. molasses. Tom Douglas’ Seattle Kitchen. melted and slightly cooled S Q U A S H G I N G E R B R E A D 1. Cuoco. about 50 to 60 minutes.

from Monday. or until a thin knife inserted into the center of the cake comes out clean. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. Whisk together the flour.) Don’t place the pan on a baking sheet — you want the oven’s heat to circulate freely through the Bundt’s inner tube. 2 Butter a 9. Continued on next page. dust it with confectioners’ sugar. cored and finely chopped 1 cup cranberries. cinnamon. 6.com/martha. for dusting DIRECTIONS 1. Working with a stand mixer. Like all Bundts. Reduce the mixer speed to low and add the pumpkin. Transfer the cake to a rack and cool for 10 minutes before unmolding. salt and ground ginger. Center a rack in the oven and preheat the oven to 350 degrees. there’s no need to butter it. halved or coarsely chopped 1 cup pecans. at room temperature 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract 1 1/4 cups canned unsweetened pumpkin purée 1 large apple. Beat in the vanilla. INGREDIENTS 2 cups all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg Pinch of salt 1 1/2 teaspoons grated fresh ginger (or 1 teaspoon ground ginger) 1 1/4 sticks (10 tablespoons) unsalted butter. 4. 3. The only thing that might be missing is maple syrup.O N E Photo Credit: Alan Richardson H O L I D AY B U N DT C A K E Name your favorite it-tastes-like-Thanksgiving flavor. stir in the cranberries and pecans. apples. chopped apple and grated ginger. at room temperature 1 cup sugar 1/2 cup (packed) light brown sugar 2 large eggs. Add the eggs one at a time. Call in and ask Dorie Greenspan. 5. It’s essentially a one-bowl cake that bakes up ready to serve and ready for a crowd. Scrape the batter into the pan and smooth the top with the rubber spatula.to 10-inch (12-cup) Bundt pan. cranberry. Bake for 60 to 70 minutes. plus many other acclaimed chefs. pecans and the fall-winter spices cinnamon. and you’ll find it here: pumpkin. then cool to room temperature on the rack. Or. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 64 . and beat for 1 minute after each addition. nutmeg and ginger. With a rubber spatula. and there’s no reason you can’t add it by mixing a little into some whipped cream and topping each serving with a fat spoonful. preferably fitted with a paddle attachment. Still on low speed. baking powder. November 21 to Wednesday. peeled.I N . your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. Just before bringing the cake to the table. coarsely chopped Confectioners’ sugar. mixing only until they are incorporated. or with a hand mixer in a large bowl. (If you’ve got a silicone Bundt pan. beat the butter and both sugars together at medium speed until light and fluffy. baking soda.BY DORIE GREENSPAN A L L . if you’re using it (not the grated ginger). this one has convenience and generosity on its side. nutmeg. November 23. add the dry ingredients. if using it — don’t be concerned if the mixture looks curdled. make a maple icing to drizzle down the cake’s sides (see Playing Around).

Playing Around — Maple Syrup Icing To make a maple-flavored icing for the cake. Her most recent project. It needs no embellishments if you’re serving it as an afternoon treat. is a step-by-step video baking course available as an iPad® app. Dorie blogs about food of all kinds from her two home bases. their online boutique. Dorie Greenspan (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. this cake doesn’t lend itself to being cut into dainty slices — and that’s just as well: you really want to get a mouthful. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. Baking with Dorie. Storing Wrapped well. Add more maple syrup little by little. from Monday. A L L . or freeze for up to 2 months. Josh. until you have an icing that runs nicely off the tip of the spoon — you might need another 1/2 tablespoon syrup to get the consistency. are the cookie monsters behind CookieBar. She and her son. at which point it will be perfect for toasting. Let the icing set for a few minutes before serving. cranberries and nuts.I N . For info & schedule go to siriusxm. a New York Times Bestseller. New York City and Paris. Stir in 2 tablespoons maple syrup. Dorie Greenspan is the James Beard Award-winning author of ten cookbooks — her latest is Around My French Table. November 23. but it is nice with softly whipped cream or a scoop of ice cream. 2006). Put the cooled cake on a sheet of wax paper and drizzle the icing from the tip of the spoon over it. Call in and ask Dorie Greenspan. Photo Credit: Alan Richardson Recipe courtesy: Baking From My Home to Yours. toast the cake lightly and spread it with a little salted butter and/or a slick of pure maple syrup. plus many other acclaimed chefs.Continued from previous page. the better to appreciate the cake’s many flavors. For brunch.O N E Serving H O L I D AY B U N DT C A K E Because of the apples. sift 6 tablespoons confectioners’ sugar into a bowl. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 65 .com/martha. November 21 to Wednesday. the cake will keep at room temperature for up to 5 days.

Add vanilla and liquid from apples. Call in and ask Mike Price. in the pan. Run a spatula around the edge of the pan and invert the cake onto the rack. Bake until a cake tester inserted in the center of the cake comes out clean with some moist crumbs sticking to it. Let stand for 1 hour. 6. In a medium bowl. Joey Campanaro. Mike Price completed an externship at the esteemed Symphony Café in NYC. Glaze while still warm. Grease and flour an 8-inch round cake pan. which has received critical and popular acclaim. cool 20 minutes. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 66 Photo Credit: Con Poulos . Add apples. plus many other acclaimed chefs. Transfer the cake. Drain off juice and save. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. 3. 5.Photo Credit: Melanie Dunea BY MIKE PRICE G R A M M Y ’ S INGREDIENTS 2 cups diced unpeeled apples 3/4 cup granulated sugar 1/4 cup brown sugar 1 large egg 1 cup canola oil 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon salt 3/ 4 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon grated nutmeg 1/8 teaspoon ground cloves 1/4 cup raisins 1/2 cup chopped nuts 2 tablespoons water Glaze. A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America. Mix well. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. In 2007. 4. Bring all ingredients to a boil for 1 minute and pour over warm cake. baking soda. Mikey and his business partner. Use the 2 tablespoons of water to rinse apple bowl and add to mix and mix well. nuts and raisins.com/martha. to a wire rack set over a baking sheet or waxed paper. November 23. Sift together the flour. In a large bowl with either an electric mixer or by hand. November 21 to Wednesday. Add to egg mixture and beat well. 2. combine apples and both sugars. and also honed his skills at NYC’s The Harrison and The Water Club. from Monday. beat together the egg and oil. recipe follows For the Glaze: 1/2 stick (4 tablespoons) unsalted butter 1/2 cup brown sugar 2 tablespoons evaporated milk A P P L E DIRECTIONS C A K E 1. Pour into the prepared pan. salt and spices. opened Market Table in NYC’s West Village. For info & schedule go to siriusxm.

apricots. 7. In 2 or 3 large skillets. sauté the apples until lightly caramelized and tender. plus many other acclaimed chefs. chopped 1/4 cup dried apricots. arrange in the pans. November 21 to Wednesday. melt the butter (2 or 3 tablespoons in each skillet. Pour the Calvados over and let the fruit plump up. from Monday. chopped 1 tablespoon lemon juice 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon grated lemon zest 1 teaspoon grated orange zest 1/2 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg 1 cage-free egg white. Call in and ask Wolfgang Puck. spread to cool. Divide the apples. Combine the chopped prunes. November 23. 8. 4. Spoon the filling into the prepared pie plate. cinnamon. 15 to 20 minutes. Pour in 1 tablespoon of Calvados and the brandy and cook until the alcohol burns off. until the crust is golden brown. lemon and orange zests.com/martha. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 67 Photo Credit: Wolfgang Puck . and mix well. Using a wide spatula. depending upon how many you use) and brown. core and quarter the apples. see recipe on next page 5 cups (about 10 large) organic Pippin or Granny Smith apples 6 tablespoons unsalted butter 1 cup sugar 1/4 cup plus 1 tablespoon Calvados 1 tablespoon brandy 2 tablespoons organic heavy cream 1/4 cup dried pitted prunes. Warm the remaining 1/4 cup Calvados. combine the cooled apples and the plumped dried fruit. turn the oven down to 350 degrees and bake 35 to 40 minutes longer. Pour in the cream. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. and figs in a small bowl.Photo Credit: Amanda Marsalis BY WOLFGANG PUCK A P P L E INGREDIENTS Serves 8 For the Filling 1 recipe of Pâte Sucré (Sweet Dough). stir to combine. The butter will have a slightly nutty aroma. 9. Transfer to a sheet tray. Continued on next page. 3. and coat with the butter. Cool on a rack. 6. Brush the latticework with egg white and sprinkle with the crystallized sugar. carefully transfer the 9-inch latticework circle and arrange on top of the filling. turning often so that the apples cook evenly. 2. Sprinkle in the sugar and over medium-high heat. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. chopped 1/4 cup dried figs. and nutmeg. In a large bowl. Bake 30 minutes. 5. Stir in the lemon juice. Cut into 1/4-inch slices. very lightly whisked 1 1/2 tablespoons crystallized sugar P I E DIRECTIONS 1. Peel. 10.

On a lightly floured surface. (Excess dough can be wrapped and refrigerated or frozen for future use. or a pot cover as a guide. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. 8. alternate the strips that you turn back (2. Add the butter and process until the texture resembles fine meal.) and again place a horizontal strip across. Arrange the pastry in the pie plate and even the edges with a sharp knife.) To weave. and on a lightly floured surface. cut out a 9-inch circle of latticework and refrigerate on the baking pan until needed. and return the turned-back strips to the original length. lay a horizontal strip across. 7. and Wolfgang Puck Worldwide. 6. A P P L E For the Pâté Sucré (Sweet Dough) Makes enough for a double crust All-purpose flour for rolling 2 1/3 cups cake or pastry flour 1/3 cup sugar 1/2 pound unsalted butter. Wolfgang Puck Catering. (It’s easier to weave if the dough is not too firm. press down into a circle. The name Wolfgang Puck is synonymous with the best of restaurant hospitality and the ultimate in all aspects of the culinary arts. 5. either. from Monday. etc. With a sharp knife or a pastry cutter. 9. In a small bowl. Wrap it in plastic wrap and use as a guide. plus many other acclaimed chefs.com/martha. a plate. etc. remove from the refrigerator 15 minutes before filling. and large enough to overhang a 10-inch pie plate by about 1/2-inch. but it can’t be too soft. about 1/4-inch thick. Refrigerate just until firm.) 4. roll the smaller piece into a round. If using a glass pie plate. whisk together the yolks and 1 tablespoon of the cream. Chill for 30 minutes. For the Pie Crust 1. Wrap in plastic wrap and refrigerate for at least 1 hour. cut the square of dough into twenty 1/2-inch-wide strips. roll out the reserved piece of dough to a 12-inch square. For the next row. one a little larger than the other. Inc. Scrape into the machine and process until a ball begins to form. turn back every other strip of dough (1.Continued from previous page. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 68 . making a slightly thicker edging. 10. Lay 10 strips vertically on the back of a large baking pan. chilled. 3. Using a 9-inch cardboard round.) Call in and ask Wolfgang Puck.). Wrap the larger piece in plastic wrap and reserve. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. leaving about a 1/2-inch overhang. 6. using the additional tablespoon of cream. Cut a piece of cardboard. The famous chef has built an empire that encompasses three separate Wolfgang Puck entities: Wolfgang Puck Fine Dining Group. Remove the dough from the machine. 3. On a lightly floured surface. cut into small pieces 2 large cage-free egg yolks 1 or 2 tablespoons heavy cream P I E 1. leaving a small space between strips. 2. Divide the pastry into two parts. as close to the top as possible.to 1/4-inch thick. 1/2-inch wide and 10 or 12 inches long. refrigerate for a little while and then continue. combine the flour and sugar. 2. November 23. 5. close to the first strip. If it’s too soft. Tuck the overhang back under. 4. He is a world-renowned master chef and restaurateur. Weave a lattice pattern by placing each of the remaining strips over and under horizontally. Repeat until all the strips are used. In a food processor fitted with the steel blade. if necessary. 1/8. November 21 to Wednesday. (Add the trimmings to the reserved dough.

1. just until incorporated. The Agave Nectars are available in AMBER or LIGHT and are perfect for baking. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. Turn out of pan onto a cake plate when cooled. set aside. Pour batter into prepared pan. combine agave nectar. 2. to add when cooking or for everyday sweetening at breakfast and in beverages. Add dry ingredients to wet ingredients and beat until well combined. sweetened or unsweetened 2 large eggs.dominoagave. low-glycemic liquid sweeteners made from the Blue Agave plants. baking soda. INGREDIENTS 1 bottle (11. cinnamon. Yields about 2 1/2 cups. www. In a separate bowl. Best if used immediately. In a separate bowl. November 21 to Wednesday. ginger. combine heavy cream and 1 tablespoon agave nectar. In a large mixing bowl. from Monday. oil. set aside. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 69 .com or www. Beat with an electric mixer until stiff peaks form. whisk together flour. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.com Call in and ask many acclaimed chefs your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. Spread the Agave Cream Cheese Frosting over the top of the cake. Bake for 35 to 38 minutes or until a toothpick inserted near the center comes out clean. room temperature 1/2 cup plus 1 tablespoon Domino® or C&H® Organic Light Agave Nectar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 cup heavy cream ® ® DIRECTIONS 1. using an electric mixer. 2. apple sauce and eggs. 3. 1/2 cup agave nectar and vanilla extract until light and fluffy. In a large bowl.75 ounces) Domino or C&H Organic Amber Agave Nectar (approximately 1 cup) 1/2 cup canola oil 1/2 cup apple sauce.RECIPE AND PHOTO COURTESY DOMINO® AND C&H® AGAVE D O M I N O ® A N D C & H ® A G AV E H O L I D AY S P I C E C A K E Domino® and C&H® Organic Agave Nectars are delicious. Grease an 8 by 8-inch baking pan. Gently fold the whipped cream into the agave-cream cheese mixture. beat cream cheese. lightly beaten 2 cups whole wheat flour 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 tablespoon ground ginger 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/3 cup buttermilk Domino® and C&H® Agave Cream Cheese Frosting (recipe follows) For the Agave Cream Cheese Frosting 2 packages (8 ounces each) bar cream cheese. Slowly add in buttermilk.com/martha. November 23.chagave. cloves and salt. Cool cake in pan on a wire rack. or can be refrigerated for up to 2 days.

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November 23. Shake ingredients over ice and strain into a collins glass filled with fresh ice. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 71 . from Monday. Brooklyn. Inc. November 21 to Wednesday. Allen Katz is the Director of Mixology & Spirits Education for Southern Wine & Sprits of New York. Garnish with an orange twist. He is also the co-founder of the New York Distilling Company in Williamsburg. 2. 2. Garnish with a sprig of fresh mint. 3.Copyright © 2004. Add 1 1/2 ounces (3 tablespoons) chilled Prosecco and stir gently. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. Call in and ask Allen Katz. Shake the first three ingredients over ice and strain into a highball glass filled with fresh ice. Photo Credit: Mikkel Vang BY ALLEN KATZ H O L I D AY INGREDIENTS Newton’s Apple 2 ounces (4 tablespoons) Knob Creek Bourbon 3/4 ounce (1 1/2 tablespoons) Thatcher’s Elderflower Liqueur 3/4 ounce (1 1/2 tablespoons) fresh Fuji apple juice 1/2 ounce (1 tablespoon) fresh lime juice 1 lime wheel 1 sprig fresh mint C O C K T A I L S DIRECTIONS 1. plus many acclaimed chefs. where he soon will make a variety of artisanal American Gins and Whiskeys. Pilgrim Father’s Folly 1 1/2 ounces (3 tablespoons) Plymouth Gin 1 1/2 ounces (3 tablespoons) pink grapefruit juice 1/2 ounce (1 tablespoon) Thatcher’s Blood Orange Liqueur Mionetto Prosecco Orange twist 1.com/martha. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. Martha Stewart Living® Omnimedia. He can be heard every Friday on Martha Stewart Living® Radio espousing the celebration of the American Cocktail on Living Today.

He is best known for the exquisitely refined yet warm and welcoming New York City restaurant DANIEL. I blended pumpkin purée with house-made spice syrup. and half a grated nutmeg. 8 cinnamon sticks. In a shaker. France. plus many other acclaimed chefs. Shake and strain into a rocks glass with a 2-inch-square ice cube. then strain mixture into a clean. 2 rounded cups of granulated sugar. For info & schedule go to siriusxm. Garnish with cinnamon stick and cloves. SIRIUSXM Channel 110 72 . Call in and ask Daniel Boulud. November 21 to Wednesday. the renowned three Michelin star Relais & Châteaux member. and rich Jamaican aged rum. Daniel Boulud. a drop of Bitter Truth. bring to a boil 2 cups of water. Let steep in the refrigerator for a day. lemon juice. DIRECTIONS 1. He is also a co-founder and Chairman of the Bocuse d’Or USA Foundation. 8 cloves.BY DANIEL BOULUD P U M P K I N INGREDIENTS 1 1/2ounces (3 tablespoons) Appleton Estate V/X rum 3/4 ounce (1 1/2 tablespoons) spice syrup* 1/2 ounce (1 tablespoon) lemon juice Ice cubes 1/2 ounce pumpkin purée 1 drop The Bitter Truth Jerry Thomas’ Own Decanter bitters 1 cinnamon stick 3 cloves *Spice syrup: In a medium saucepan. your questions on Martha Stewart Living® Radio’s Thanksgiving Hotline: 866-675-6675. In all his restaurants you’ll find soulfully satisfying traces of the traditional cooking he grew up with on his family’s farm.com/martha. a native of Lyon. from Monday. is today considered one of America’s leading culinary authorities. It’s like sipping autumn. S M A S H Seasonal flavors play a big role in my cocktails. November 23. combine liquid ingredients with ice. 2. and inspired by Thanksgiving. sealed container. Can be kept refrigerated for up to 3 weeks. stirring until the sugar has dissolved.

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