Today, we want to share with you our newly published Restaurant List for 2023, featuring the 50 most exciting restaurants across America according to The New York Times. Our dedicated Cooking and Food teams have traveled extensively throughout the year to discover these culinary gems for our annual list. Prepare to be amazed and tantalized by these outstanding establishments.
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Prepare to be amazed by Yewande Komolafe’s one-pan wonder – Skillet Chicken With Peppers and Tomatoes. This mouthwatering recipe showcases saucy bell peppers, onions, and cherry tomatoes, all cooked to perfection on your stovetop. It’s a delightful dish that seamlessly combines the flavors of summer and fall.
Indulge in the creamy comfort of Priya Krishna’s Cumin and Cashew Yogurt Rice. Drawing inspiration from South Indian cuisine, this dish incorporates a unique blend of flavors and textures that are sure to satisfy your cravings. It’s a comforting and easy-to-prepare recipe that will leave you wanting more. Follow the link to view the recipe.
Discover the simplicity and brilliance of Mark Bittman’s Salmon and Tomatoes in Foil recipe. Inspired by the traditional French method of cooking food in parchment (en papillote), this recipe offers a twist by using tin foil. The result is a delectable dish that captures the flavors perfectly. If you have parchment paper on hand, feel free to use that instead. Follow the link to explore this recipe.
You may doubt it, but Emily vouches for Roasted Broccoli With Vinegar-Mustard Glaze as a possible dinner option. For a heartier meal, simply add some salted, boneless chicken thighs brushed with olive oil or white beans to the same pan. If it gets too crowded, don’t hesitate to use a second pan. This user-friendly recipe by Ali Slagle is guaranteed to please your taste buds. Follow the link to check out the recipe.
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