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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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Farro with Balsamic-Rosemary-Roasted Shallots and Grapes over Roasted Portobellos

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The ancient Tuscan grain known as farro sounds exotic but really couldn’t be friendlier. Think of it as barley-esque, only sexier. When tender, the grains will be a bit exploded, like barley. Because of farro’s Italian roots, this recipe uses a lovely Italian treat-roasted grapes and shallots-to marry the farro with roasted portobello caps. The finished dish is earthy, sweet, and tart all at once, and looks lovely at the center of the plate, garnished with a rosemary sprig.
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Satsuma Cranberry Sauce

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Fragrant satsumas add bright, juicy, floral sweetness to tart cranberries. If you’re a Negroni lover, you’ll enjoy the flavor of Campari with the citrus, but if you don’t drink it, no need to buy a bottle for this recipe.
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Poached Pear & Pistachio Tart

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This recipe adds an exotic note to the classic poached pear tart, with pistachios in the crust and topping and cardamom in the filling. For best results, chill the filled tart before topping it with the fruit; otherwise, the filling may be too soft to hold the fruit up well.
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Spiced Coconut Carrot Soup

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Puréed soups are easy because they don’t require lots of knife work… but they can also be boring. Amping up the seasoning and topping with crunchy shaved vegetables and bright herbs makes it clear that this one’s not baby food.