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Juicy Pork Cutlets with Warm Winter Coleslaw from Pork by Phil Vickery and Simon Boddy

This is a consummate winter meal: pork cutlets brined in sugar and salt, served with warm coleslaw composed of white and red cabbage and tossed with a dressing composed of walnut oil, olive oil, sherry vinegar and some sugar and spice. You can prepare this dish is just over half an hour, a perfect pathway for…

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Honey and Maple Butter

It is Sunday, November 30, the Sunday after Thanksgiving. This is one of the biggest travel days of the year. Millions of Americans will take to cars, planes, buses, even boats and the occasional motorcycle — all headed home. It’s important to begin this day with a serious breakfast. Pancakes, toast aplenty, biscuits and probably…

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Crimson and White Citrus Salad

It is the Saturday after Thanksgiving. You may be fooded out. The thought of protein may cause the ends of your lips to dip in a shaky frown. You need, you want something light, easy to make, and as refreshing as a bite of a crisp autumn apple. No apples here, actually. But radishes thrive…

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Thanksgiving Leftovers: A Sort-of Turkey Cassoulet from Holly Garrison

  It’s Friday. Yesterday was Thanksgiving. What’s for dinner? You still have guests or family? Well, don’t disappoint them. Too often we suffer post-Thanksgiving relapse and letdown. We just reheat the stuff from last night. Well, the stuffing and turkey and the gravy and those mashed potatoes. You did make enough potatoes, didn’t you? Here’s…

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