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Apple and Quinoa Salad

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This is a recipe from the Washington Local and Seasonal Cookbook – that was given to me by my sister for my 49th bday. It features recipes using local ingredients of Washington state, by season. This is a Fall salad – that has lots of different flavors and great crunch going on with the combo of crisp apples, fresh corn kernels, dried cranberries, toasted pecans and fresh herbs.
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Seafood Newburg

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4 tablespoons unsalted butter

2 tablespoons all-purpose flour

1 egg yolk

1 cups light cream

1/4 cup dry sherry, such as fino or amontillado

1 teaspoon – 1 tablespoon sweet paprika

pinch of dry mustard

Pinch of freshly grated nutmeg

1/4 pound sea scallops, halved horizontally

1/4 pound haddock or hake fillet, skinned and cut into 1 1/2-inch pieces

1/4 pound medium shrimp, shelled and deveined

1/4 pound cooked lobster meat, cut into bite-size pieces

Salt and freshly ground pepper

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Grilled Cobb Salad

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For a simple summer salad, grill vegetables of your choice and serve with a hearty grain, such as quinoa or farro. This version, created by editor-in-chief Adam Rapoport, goes great with a vinaigrette created by his wife, Simone Shubuck. Get the recipe here.
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French Lentil Soup

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3 tablespoons Extra-virgin olive oil

2 cup chopped onions

1 cup chopped celery stalks plus chopped celery leaves for garnish

1 cup chopped carrots

2 garlic cloves, chopped

4 cups (or more) vegetable broth

1 1/4 cups lentils, rinsed, drained

1 14 1/2-ounce can diced tomatoes in juice

Balsamic vinegar (optional)

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Lentil Soup with Broccoli Rabe

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Cook the broccoli rabe in a separate pan, not in the soup pot. That way, any excess bitterness from the vegetable goes down the drain with the cooking water rather than into the soup. You’ll find, though, that a bit of bite enlivens the lentils.
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Quinoa and Asparagus Salad with Mimosa Vinaigrette

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Quinoa is native to the Andes, not the Middle East, so it was unknown to the Jews fleeing Egypt during biblical times. With the recent rise of quinoa’s popularity in the United States, and the fact that it’s not a true grain but rather the seed of a broadleaf plant, some circles of Judaism have approved of and welcomed it to the Passover table, while others have not. If you feel comfortable serving it this Passover, you will love how it absorbs the vinaigrette, bright with lemon and enriched with finely grated hard-boiled eggs, and how it forms a tender bed for the ribbons of scallion and raw asparagus.

Editor’s Note: This recipe is part of Gourmet’s Modern Menu for Passover. Menu also includes Wine-Braised Brisket with Tart Cherries and Amaretto Olive Oil Cake.