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Bacon and Cane Syrup Pecan Pie

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Bacon may sound like an odd addition to pecan pie, but its salty, smoky flavor balances the sweetness of the filling in a beguiling way. Cane syrup, Louisiana’s version of maple syrup, has a rich flavor; it’s available in well-stocked grocery stores.

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Potato, Fennel, and Leek Gratin

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Aromatic fennel and leeks add depth of flavor to a classic potato gratin, but it’s the cheesy topping that will have you going back for seconds. For a fancier, more formal variation, try the Potato, Fennel, and Leek Gratin with Prosciutto and Chestnuts.

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Cazuela de Mariscos (Colombian Seafood Coconut Curry)

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Last night I ate out with my family at Maya Latino Nuevo Restaurant in New Orleans. I shared an order of Mariscada with my daughter – which was outstanding. I’ve been searching for a version of this coconut seafood stew and this is the closest that I’ve found. This seems like a melding of Latino and Portuguese cuisine. We ate ours over steamed white rice. But I imagine you could eat it with French bread or tortillas too.

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Navratan Korma

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“This is an Indian vegetable korma with nuts, paneer cheese, and an adjustable list of vegetables. It is in a tomato-cream sauce as opposed to the usual yogurt based sauce. ‘Navratan’ means ‘nine gems,’ so choose nine of the vegetable, nuts, and paneer ingredients; you can leave out the elements you don’t want to use, or add them all so it is ‘ten gems’ if you wish.”