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Garlic-Glazed Trout with Apple-Potato Salad

By Marcus Samuelsson | November 20, 2014

My recipe for Garlic-Glazed Trout with Apple-Potato Salad is a super simple, super elegant meal you can make any night of  the week. A great way to impress your loved ones on a Wednesday, when they least expect it!
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These last few days have been uber busy – it’s always gets like this as summer winds down. It can be hard, even for me, to find a way to eat good food on a weeknight without resorting to going out or ordering in. My recipe for Garlic-Glazed Trout with Apple-Potato Salad is a super simple, super elegant meal you can make any night of  the week. A great way to impress your loved ones on a Wednesday, when they least expect it!

Rum Hot Chocolate

By Marcus | November 20, 2014

There's no more warming drink on a cold winter's day than hot chocolate spiked with rum. My version is spiced with tropical flavors, adding an island zing when the weather is frigid.
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Photo by Louish Pixel

There’s no more warming drink on a cold winter’s day than hot chocolate spiked with rum. My version is spiced with tropical flavors, adding an island zing when the weather is frigid. Sweet and rich, it doubles as a dessert on its own, too.

Empanadas with Peanut-Mango Sambal

By Marcus Samuelsson | August 18, 2014

Image by amanky
Empanadas with Peanut-Mango Sambal

Image by amanky

This recipe is inspired by the Argentines I play soccer with every weekend on the Lower East Side. Empanadas are a great snack, blending the holy trinity of savory, spice, and just a touch of sweetness. This recipe is from New American Table.

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Boiled Peanuts Recipe

By Marcus Samuelsson | December 7, 2010

Photo: I Believe I Can Fry

With the holiday season here, and so many cultures celebrating, you might find yourself in need of a finger food to entertain guests.  My recipe for boiled peanuts from New American Table would be great for any festive gathering be it for Chanukah, Christmas or Kwanzaa.  This recipe, which my friends Matt, Ted, and Becca from the South introduced to me, will be sure to entertain your friends and family.  They’re great to eat outside, where no one cares whether you spit or toss the soggy shells onto the ground.

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