Recipes


All recipes have been tested by the KimSunée.com test kitchens unless otherwise noted.



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11/12/22

Thanksgiving Plates

Roast turkey and gravy are usually the star for the big Thanksgiving meal but a little love on the side can come from the equally stellar supporting players. On this plate...

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10/14/22

Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Squash with Brown Butter and Crispy Sage

Brussels sprouts on thick burgeoning branches have been popping up at local farmers markets, accompanied by oohs and ahhs as well as puzzled looks as to what to do with...

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07/22/22

Focaccia with Summer Squash and Olives

There’s nothing like thick sheets of salty warm focaccia, similar in texture to pizza dough, but slightly thicker and misshapen in the best possible way. Often served as a side...

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06/21/22

Dirty clams need a cornmeal bath

It’s clamming season and whether you like to dig for the mollusks yourself or buy them from a local fishmonger, both razors and littlenecks, cooked with minimal fuss is the...

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01/04/22

Hot and Sour Soup with Greens and Ginger

This version of the classic take-out soup is loosely based on a Chinese Hot and Sour Soup recipe from Epicurious.com, which calls for pork; I’ve replaced the meat with a bunch...

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09/15/21

Drop Biscuits with Cheddar and Jalapeño

Brighten up your weekend (or midweek) with homemade breakfast sandwiches made with these easy-to-prepare drop biscuits. There’s no need to roll and cut, just be sure to work quickly so...

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08/15/21

Invisible Zucchini Cake

Based on a French gâteau invisible, in which a light sweet batter cooks and gets absorbed into very thinly sliced apples, rendering the fruit mostly “invisible” as it seems to disappear...

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07/26/21

Scallop Ceviche with Lime and Coconut

As the days get warmer and longer, switching out heavier foods for lighter fare is easy with this make-ahead chilled seafood, two ways. Ceviche, raw fish or seafood that’s “cooked”...

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