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Fennel

  • Pearl Couscous With Shrimp and Clams

    Pearl couscous, also known as Israeli or giant couscous, is cooked here in a stock made from the heads and shells of the shrimp, making it wonderfully rich yet equally soothing. Put the pan…

  • Shrimp Bolognese

    This fishy take on the classic pasta sauce does everything the original does but with much less cooking. Tagliatelle is great, but you can use most other pasta shapes.…

  • Braised Beef With Eggplant

    The food of Provence usually evokes summer, with lovely vegetables, salads, seafood and a whiff of lavender. But there’s a wintry side to it as well. When a fierce mistral wind blows, it’s time…

  • Quick-Pickled Vegetables

    Almost any seasonal vegetable will lend itself to being pickled in a mix of apple cider vinegar and rice vinegar, tweaked with a little salt and sugar. Use a mixture of what’s in season,…

  • Spiced Lamb Chops With Fennel and Cucumber

    One of the quickest-cooking cuts out there, lamb loin chops are leaner than a rib chop, with a very mild lamb flavor. Seasoning them simply with salt and pepper would be enough, but a…

  • Roasted Carrot Salad With Arugula and Pomegranate

    This composed, bright salad of roasted carrots, thinly sliced fennel and arugula gains a fruity depth from a splash of pomegranate molasses in the dressing. You can find pomegranate molasses in Middle Eastern groceries…

  • Pressure Cooker Beef Short Ribs With Red Wine and Chile

    Prunes are the secret ingredient in this recipe. They practically disappear during cooking, leaving behind their complex sweetness. This recipe was meant for an electric pressure cooker, but to use a stovetop pressure cooker,…

  • Bacalo Potatoes with Carrots and Fennel

    The base of this recipe is creamy mashed potatoes mixed with bacalo, or salt cod, a combination sometimes called brandade. As written, the potatoes and cod are served topped with sorrel ash, roasted carrots,…

  • A Salad of Bacon, Peas, and Fennel

    A pea salad is perhaps not the most exciting recipe in the world, but it made an easy and satisfying dinner last night – and it helped me clean out the fridge before leaving…