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Lemon

  • Lemon-Spice Visiting Cake

    Whether you pack this cake as a gift or have it ready when visitors come to you, the imperative to share is implicit in its name. The cake is built for comfort and durability…

  • Roasted Broccolini and Lemon With Parmesan

    Roasted Broccolini and Lemon With Parmesan Ingredients 1lemon, halved crosswise, seeds removed 4garlic cloves, smashed 2bunches broccolini, ends trimmed (or 1 pound broccoli, thinly sliced lengthwise, stem and all) 3 to 4tablespoons olive oil…

  • Halibut With Brown Butter, Lemon and Sage

    This is a simple method for cooking firm, white-fleshed fish on the stovetop from start to finish. If halibut is not available, use thick flounder fillets, snapper, grouper or large sea scallops. The flavor…

  • Roasted Peppers With Lemon Ricotta

    Roasted peppers are culinary chameleons — they have their own distinctive flavor, yet they mix easily with so many ingredients. In this recipe, the peppers are slicked with olive oil and vinegar (use either…

  • Blueberry, Almond and Lemon Cake

    A slice of this berry-dotted cake is perfect late in the morning, for afternoon tea or after dinner, with coffee. It keeps for up to three days in a sealed container, but is at…

  • Maya Citrus Salsa With Red Snapper

    Xec (pronounced “shek”) is a sweet, sour, juicy citrus salsa from Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula, and it makes a brilliant match with almost any kind of fish, cooked almost any kind of way. The combination…

  • Monkfish Roasted With Herbs and Olives

    Firm-fleshed fish can be described as “meaty” — monkfish fits this category — and are often best roasted in a hot oven. Tart lemon slices, aromatic herbs and olives enhance and complement that meatiness,…

  • Broiled Fish With Lemon Curry Butter

    Broiled fish fillets topped with a little butter and a squirt of lemon is a quick, easy weeknight staple. But when the butter is spiked with plenty of garlic, a jolt of curry powder…

  • Lemon Drizzle Cake

    This light and moist lemon poundcake has a crunchy sugar glaze that crystallizes on top, giving a contrasting texture to the soft crumb underneath. It’s an easy-to-make, crowd-pleasing cake that’s excellent on its own…

  • Rum Sour

    Presumably with tongue in cheek, Field writes that “the inevitability of a 16th-century Rum Sour — sweetened with sugar and garnished with a pineapple stick — is well-nigh undeniable.” I do not share his…

  • Salad in a jar

    Enjoying a perfect salad in a jar is very easy. Dressing goes in first, then comes the rest. I usually prepare this healthy, colorful lunch the night before. All I need to do is…