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David “Julian” Martin
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Asian Inspired Pork Tenderloin - Sous Vide Technique
This recipe from chef Gregory Gourdet is inspired by the Chinese take out for char siu pork, which is basically tender pork with a sweet hoisin-based sauce. Here the sauce is used for both a marinade during the cooking and also as the serving sauce. Julian'...
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Sauteed Beet Greens
While beets are best known for the sweet, red root, their dark green leaves are edible and shouldn't be wasted. They make an excellent side dish and can be used in place of Swiss chard, spinach or collard greens.Unlike collards like kale and mustard greens,...
Sauteed Beet Greens
Sauteed Beet Greens
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Better French Toast
Thanks to America's Test Kitchen for working out how to get really great French toast. Home made is often too soggy and tastes like scrambled eggs, unlike a good restaurant version. Julian's Better French Toast This version is crisp on the outside and soft ...
Better French Toast
Better French Toast
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Pan-Roasted Rabbit with Red Currant Sauce
Rabbit is the ultimate in sustainable meat, with a texture like chicken and equally mild in flavor. I use a farm-raised rabbit loin in this recipe, as they are plenty meaty and I don't have to deal with deboning. Julian's Pan-Roasted Rabbit Loin with Red Cu...
Pan-Roasted Rabbit with Red Currant Sauce
Pan-Roasted Rabbit with Red Currant Sauce
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Chicken Piccata
This is the famous Italian dish that really brings in the lemon flavor. Not many people make it at home because they think it's complicated, but really nothing could be further from the truth. I make this on weeknights after being at the office all day. It ...
Chicken Piccata
Chicken Piccata
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Pie Plate Selection
Pie Plate Selection
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Pie Plate Selection
If you don't make pies often you might think the type of pie plate or pan you use doesn't really matter. You see them at the store made of all sorts of materials, of different depths and designs, from flat edge to fluted from decorative to utilitarian and i...
Pie Plate Selection
Pie Plate Selection
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Broccoli Soup with Cheese
The classic Wisconsin version of this recipe (called Broccoli-Cheese Soup) is mostly cheese and if you're lucky contains a couple small pieces of broccoli. It's really cheese soup sometimes made with beer. It's rich and thick and not my favorite. However wh...
Broccoli Soup with Cheese
Broccoli Soup with Cheese
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Pan Roasted Sea Bass with Mediterranean Style Sauce
This Mediterranean style sauce is good with any white fish, and is quick and simple to prepare. Julian's Mediterranean Sauce on Pan Roasted Sea Bass Today I'm using a Chilean sea bass, but whatever good white fish you can get is fine. I do prefer to make it...
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Fresh Pineapple Upside-Down Cake
Mostly when I make a pineapple upside-down cake I use canned pineapple and  my Bundt cake recipe which is always moist and popular. Today however, I had a fresh pineapple and wondered if I couldn't use it instead to make a classic pineapple upside-down cake...
Fresh Pineapple Upside-Down Cake
Fresh Pineapple Upside-Down Cake
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