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Recipe: MTG Popcorn

We pop our popcorn in savory Graisse de Canard Gold and add a sprinkling of smoked paprika. The result: finger-licking good and absolutely addictive. We dare you to make just one batch!

Recipe: Mushroom Au Poivre Sauce

Red wine, mushrooms, and black pepper: perfect with your favorite lamb or veal chop, as well as a ribeye steak or roast chicken.

Recipe: Mushroom Couscous with Herbs

The savory mushroom flavor of this quick and easy dish makes it a great side for grilled or roasted meats. It also works as a vegetarian main dish, maybe sprinkled with crumbled goat or blue cheese.

Recipe: Mushroom Ragout

Succulent mushrooms cooked slowly with red wine, garlic, and our mushroom essence, with deep flavor notes from some surprise Asian ingredients. This chunky sauce is delicious over grilled veggies, chicken, pork, steak, or salmon--or with pasta or rice.

Recipe: New Potatoes with Scallions

Tender new potatoes cooked in our savory stock and tossed with scallions and bright green parsley, this is a great side dish for spring. Serve it with poached salmon or roast chicken, or add some white beans and goat cheese for a delicious main dish.

Recipe: Old-Fashioned Pot Roast

Just the way you remember, succulent slices of braised beef with tender carrots and potatoes, napped in delicious, savory pan juices. Pour a rustic red wine and sit down to supper.

Recipe: Our Favorite Lamb Stew

This old fashioned favorite uses a couple of modern-day tricks. Baby carrots are ready for the pot, and pearl onions are glazed with balsamic vinegar to add a rich, deep tone to this satisfying stew. (You could also use frozen onions.) Like most slowly cooked dishes, the flavor of this stew mellows over time. Serve it with a green salad and crusty bread for an evening of comfort and great dining.

Recipe: Our Hoppin' John

This traditional Lowcountry dish is served on New Year's Day to insure luck and prosperity in the coming year. Its roots are in African, French, and Caribbean cuisines that came together in the American South. There are many tales that explain how Hoppin' John got its name, but no one seems to agree on which one is correct. It's also nearly impossible to get southern cooks to agree on how it should be made. Hoppin' John is usually served with braised collard greens (also considered lucky) and a fat square of golden corn bread to soak up the juices. Here's our version:

Recipe: Oven-Barbecued Chuck Steak

Delicious, inexpensive, and the easiest dish to make--what more could you ask for? (You can do the long, slow cooking days ahead of time.) Barbecue sauce and Demi-Glace Gold make the sauce finger-lickin' good. All you need is some corn bread and a salad and this meal's on the table.

Recipe: Pasta Fagioli with Spinach

There are many versions of this traditional Italian peasant dish of beans and pasta. We've added some prosciutto and spinach to round out the robust flavors of the beans, tomatoes, garlic, and rosemary. Serve it with a crisp salad and warm garlic bread.

Recipe: Pasta with Escarole, Beans, and Sausage

This hearty pasta makes a superb one-dish meal. Keep it spicy with hot Italian sausage and a sprinkle of red pepper flakes, or tone it down by using sweet Italian sausage and going easy on the red pepper. Feel free to substiitute other seasonal greens for the escarole, too.

Recipe: Pasta with Summer Squash and Tomatoes

A terrifically simple summer dish--sauté some fresh veggies, add our Veggie-Stock Gold, fresh herbs, and a little butter, and toss with warm pasta. Delicious!

Recipe: Portuguese-Style Chicken and Sausage in Saffron Rice

Chicken and rice translate into a savory one-dish meal in many countries. This version was inspired by a Portuguese friend living in Paris. In place of chorizo used in the original, we use turkey kielbasa. The choice is yours. Cooking rice in rich, saffron-scented broth adds color and flavor to this not-so-basic yet homey dish.

Recipe: Pot Roast Provencal

Fork-tender braised beef with a hearty sauce infused with red wine and French herbs, this one-pot meal also boasts tasty braised veggies and potatoes to serve on the side.

Recipe: Potato Parsnip Gratin

Tender potatoes, Gruyére cheese, the earthy flavor of parsnips, and rich cream all come together to make this dish a perfect comfort food--equally at home next to your Thanksgiving turkey or a humble pot roast.

Recipe: Quick Braised Chicken with Oranges and Ginger

The sweet tang of oranges, marmalade, and spicy ginger combine to make the perfect complement for tender braised chicken in this delicious, meal-in-minutes dish. Make it in the summer with peaches and peach butter or in the fall with apples and apple butter.

Recipe: Quick Cider-Braised Chicken with Apples and Onions

Perfect for a weeknight dinner, this easy-to-put-together dish is a great way to enjoy apples in the fall. Serve it with roasted butternut squash and brown rice or baked potatoes for a delicious autumn dinner.

Recipe: Quick Hoppin' John

Put together this traditional Southern favorite in less than an hour by using canned black-eyed peas. Smoky bacon and a little kick from jalapeno, along with our savory Roasted Chicken Stock, make it a tasty side dish--toss in some chunks of browned smoked sausage to make it a meal.

Recipe: Quick Port Wine Sauce

The mellow sweetness of port blends with the flavors of red wine and savory shallots to make this sauce a beautiful complement to a seared steak with blue cheese, a roast beef or pork tenderloin, leg of lamb, or a thick smoked pork chop.

Recipe: Quick Tex-Mex Chicken Tortilla Soup

For a fast, flavorful family meal, this tortilla soup is a go-to recipe. Filled with fresh veggies and south-of-the-border zest, it's sure to be a hit.

Recipe: Quinoa and Avocado Salad

This salad is filled with wonderful textures--chewy quinoa, creamy avocado, tender tomatoes, crisp scallions--brought together with a bright, lemony dressing and a handful of cilantro.

Recipe: Red Beans and Rice

A hearty southern classic. Serve with cornbread and a spinach salad or some roasted veggies for a warming family meal.

Recipe: Red Rice with Butternut Squash and Cranberries

Red rice has a rich red husk and a full, nutty flavor that marry beautifully with the roasted squash and bright red cranberries in this tasty side dish.

Recipe: Red Wine Beef Fondue with Blue Cheese Dipping Sauce

Who said meat fondues have to mean cooking meat in a pot of hot oil? In this fondue, tender chucks of beef are cooked in a flavorful mix of our brown stock and red wine. It's absolutely delicious--and the blue cheese dipping sauce is a bonus!
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