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This salmon is soft and tender, unctuously rich on the inside — like “buttaah ”— and the outside is a little bit sweet and a little bit salty and a whole lotta delicious. The tea gives it a gentle but noticeable taste that makes a little bit of cooking and a whole lot of waiting all worthwhile. If you have a smoker, by all means use it, but you can also make your grill into a smoker by following the simple instructions below.
Creamy and mild, this is Indian food that everyone—and I mean everyone—will love. One small warning—you should try to get fresh curry leaves and I know, it can be no mean feat. Indian and Asian stores often carry them in the refrigerator section. Dry curry leaves can be found at spice shops, specialty shops, in many ethnic stores and online. Fear not—they really take this dish from great to memorable.
This traditional cooked chutney is a versatile template. I’ve made it with pineapple, pears, apples and even apricots and peaches. In addition to salmon, this sauce is great with grilled chicken and any firm-fleshed white fish. For a fun appetizer, put a small piece of smoked salmon, a spoonful of the chutney and a small dollop of crème fraîche on toasted naan or crispy papadum.
Here’s the thing about baked apples: They are kind of a terrible dessert. While certainly delicious, the homey, Jewish grandmother-approved confection lacks a certain gravitas needed to convince very full people to make room for a few bites of something more. They just can’t compete with a lineup of pies, cookies and cake.
There’s nothing like crunching into a kosher dill pickle in the heat of the summer. If you’re a pickle fan, you probably know which local deli has the best ones and which restaurant routinely sets a bowl of them on the table, even before you’ve even ordered. But have you ever made your own?