Vegetarian Cooking

Delicious and Advanced Recipes

Drew Glover • August 13, 2015
English Pea Risotto by San Francisco Chronicle
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1. Michael Tusk’s English Pea Risotto
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To make this super springy risotto, Michael Tusk of Quince and Cotogna uses every part of the pea — the pods go into a light pea stalk, the blanched peas become a brilliant green puree, and the flowers and shoots become a lovely garnish.
2. D'Artagnan Bars
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Welcome to Anna Olson's Bake Shop Treats Series, where she teaches you how to create some of your favorite bakery bars and squares. This is a homemade version of a 3 Musketeers bar, a childhood favorite of mine. That super-sweet chocolate filling is in fact a variation on divinity, a soft and chewy meringue candy. A candy thermometer is recommended for this recipe, to ensure that the divinity candy layer achieves just the right melt-in-your-mouth result. Join Anna Olson in this Grokker Premium Video to learn all the secrets to making your favorite bake shop treats.
3. Tangy Lemon Squares
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Welcome to Anna Olson's Bake Shop Treats Series, where she teaches you how to create some of your favorite bakery bars and squares. Cream cheese is the real secret behind these lemon squares – they lend richness but also a tang that enhances the tart lemon. It also gives the lemon filling structure, so that it doesn’t leak into or underneath the shortbread base. Making them in a food processor also keeps the work time to a minimum. Join Anna Olson in this Grokker Premium Video to learn all the secrets to making your favorite bake shop treats.
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