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spicy, herby corn fritters

Whether you're tired of eating fresh corn on the cob all summer (yet still have a bunch to use up) or you're simply in the mood for some of the corn in your pantry or freezer, this recipe is for you. Quick, easy, simple and delicious — a real all 'round crowd pleaser. Let's make some spicy, herby corn fritters! feel free to watch these corn fritters being made right here before moving on to...
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beans vinaigrette (leeks vinaigrette on creamy white beans)

Meltingly soft leeks on a bed of creamy white beans. Feels like it maybe shouldn’t work, but the textural contrast between the starchy cannellini beans and the gently fibrous leeks really does keep each and every bite interesting. Add to that a soothing fennel broth and a tangy-but-mellow lemon shallot dressing, and you’ve got yourself a really comforting way to brighten up what might be an...
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a very versatile asparagus quiche recipe

When it comes to asparagus, you've just got to seize the season and eat as much as you can before they're gone again. At least, that's my philosophy.   how to make asparagus quiche (or any other quiche, for that matter) There are many ways to make a quiche crust (and, of course, you could always just buy one ready-made), but the method I return to most often is a riff off Julia Child's tried...
tortilla de patatas by allosimone
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tortilla de patatas with gochujang & woody herbs

While the aim to keep authentic recipes authentic is indeed a respectable one, there's no doubt it can be quite exciting when a classic dish gets a twist - the result sometimes turns out to be absolutely delicious! I think the important thing is to treat the original recipe with respect. After all, without it, there would be no twist.   Tortilla de patatas originates from Spain, and that's...