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Recipe: Chilled Salmon Salad

This light and colorful main-dish salad is made mostly ahead of time. The tender salmon and crisp vegetables tossed with a lemon vinaigrette make a great lunch or brunch dish--or a light supper.

Recipe: Chilled Summer Corn Soup

An elegant way to enjoy summer sweet corn, this delicious soup can be served as is for a first course. To make it a main dish, add a mound of crab or lobster meat in the center of the bowl and garnish with finely diced tomatoes and a little fresh basil.

Recipe: Chilled Summer Squash Soup

This smooth and creamy cold soup is perfect for a warm summer day. Garnish it with a swirl of basil pesto or a dollop of sour cream and a sprinkling of chives. Toss in some cold cooked chicken or shrimp to make it a main dish.

Recipe: Chilled Tomato Soup

This incredibly simple recipe was published in Food and Wine magazine years ago. We've made it a number of times since then and modified in different ways. This version is our favorite!

Recipe: Chinese Hot and Sour Soup with Shrimp

This warming and restorative soup is filled with flavor: the tang of vinegar, the zing of fresh ginger, the spicy heat of white pepper, and the deep, savory notes of mushrooms and toasted sesame oil beautifully complement tender shrimp in rich yet light seafood broth.

Recipe: Cincinnati-Style Chili

Cincinnati is often called "The Chili Capital of America" for its 100+ chili parlors, all serving a version of Cincinnati's distinctive brand of chili. It's actually more a topping than a stew. Traditionally served over spaghetti or a hot dog, Cinicinnati chili is also unique in its eclectic blend of spices and the addition of unusual ingredients like cocoa (or chocolate) and molasses. Kidney beans, chopped onion, and grated cheddar cheese are the favored toppings, and oyster crackers and a bottle of hot sauce are served on the side. The good citizens of Cincinnati consume more than 2 million pounds of chili each year, and for good reason. Try out some Cincinnati chili yourself, and you'll be a fan, too.

Recipe: Cioppino

This hearty seafood stew originated in the Italian fishing community near the wharves of San Francisco, but it can be made anywhere there's an abundance of good fresh fish and shellfish. The seafood is quickly cooked in a flavorful blend of tomatoes, garlic, herbs, green pepper, fennel, and white wine. Serve it with plenty of crusty bread to mop up all the juices--and pass the napkins!

Recipe: Classic Minestrone

In Italian,"minestra" means "soup," usually of medium thickness, while "minestrina" means "little soup," usually a light broth. "Minestrone" means "big soup," a thick, hearty soup that could be considered a complete meal. This classic version is full of vegetables and beans cooked in a combination of our roasted chicken and brown stocks, flavored the old-fashioned way with a Parmesan rind. Toss a handful of grated Parmesan on top and add a swirl of olive oil, and you'll be transported to the hills of Northern Italy, where this soup originated.

Recipe: Classic Pan Gravy for Roast Turkey

Here's a tried-and-true method used by generations of cooks for silky, savory pan gravy to go with your holiday bird. The key is our superb roasted turkey stock. This method also works well for nearly any roast poultry, game, or meat--just substitute one of our other stocks for the turkey stock, and you'll have a delicious gravy every time. For a gluten-free gravy, just substitute rice flour for the wheat flour in the recipe.

Recipe: Classic Vichyssoise

Cool, smooth, and rich, this chilled soup was invented by a French chef, Louis Diat, in New York in 1917 to celebrate the opening of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel. He made it simply with leeks, onion, potatoes, cream, and rich chicken stock, and he named it after the city of Vichy, France, where he grew up. Garnished lavishly with snipped fresh chives, this elegant and satisfying soup makes the perfect lunch with a slice of French bread and a simple salad--or serve it as a first course for a special dinner.

Recipe: Corn and Shrimp Chowder

This chowder is so soul satisfying, no one will guess that it's also quick and easy to make.

Recipe: Corned Beef and Cabbage

Originally a traditional Irish Easter Sunday dinner, this dish has become a fixture in Irish restaurants in America. Succulent beef and tender vegetables served with a hearty broth--it's the perfect centerpiece for your St. Patrick's day celebration or anytime a simple, warming meal is in order. Serve it with a mound of steaming mashed potatoes and a pint of Guinness stout or Smithwick's Irish Ale.

Recipe: Cranberry Pecan Couscous

Rather than serving the same old stuffing with your holiday turkey, try this fragrant couscous with dried cranberries and toasted pecans. It takes just minutes to prepare and will surely gather raves. The secret is More Than Gourmet's Glace de Volaille Gold mixed with a touch of orange juice for a flavor that gives just a hint of the bird's taste. If there are leftovers the day after, add diced turkey and toss with a mustard vinaigrette for a savory salad.

Recipe: Cream of Broccoli Soup

A comfort food classic smoothed with cream and topped with sharp Cheddar.

Recipe: Creamy Cauliflower Purée

This silky smooth purée has a great savory flavor. Serve with grilled steaks, sautéed sea scallops, or, if you're a cauliflower lover, under a roasted cauliflower "steak" (a thick slice of cauliflower, roasted until golden brown).

Recipe: Creamy Cheddar Grits

These buttery grits made with sharp Cheddar and light cream are the perfect side for grilled pork or sausage. You can also ladle beef stew or chili over them for a hearty dinner.

Recipe: Creamy Tomato Soup with Orzo

This delicious twist on tomato soup is accented with roasted red peppers, basil, and light cream. Serve it in cups as an appetizer or in generous bowls with salad and bread for a comforting main course.

Recipe: Creamy White Bean Soup with Pancetta

It's hard to decide what the best thing about this soup is. Is it the velvety texture? The deep, savory flavor of the beans? The crisp pancetta garnish? The way the background flavors of vegetables and herbs accent the beans? We don't know, but this soup is one of our favorite cold-weather treats. Try some and let us know what you like best.

Recipe: Curried Cauliflower and Bean Soup

A beautiful soup infused with the warm spice of curry and the hearty flavors of cauliflower and garbanzo beans, puréed to silky smoothness and topped with browned onions.

Recipe: Doma's Vegetable Soup

This delightful vegetable soup recipe was shared with us by a family member, Doma, who lives in the D.C. area and refers to herself as the "covert cook." Hmm, wonder what she does for a living? It's a hearty, tasty vegetable soup recipe great for a large gathering on a cold, blustery winter day. Makes terrific leftovers, too. Thanks Doma, keep on cooking and whatever else you do.

Recipe: Duck Fat Pastry

For an extraordinary pie or tart crust we use our Graisse de Canard Gold, along with pure unsalted butter. The result a is rich, crisp pastry just right for any savory tart or pie--and maybe some sweet ones, too. We've heard tales of a baker in San Francisco who made some incredibly delicious and quite popular pecan pies with--you guessed it--a duck fat pastry crust.

Recipe: Duck Fat Popovers

Popovers are wonderful things, crusty and golden brown on the outside and moist and tender on the inside. They're especially delicious made with our Graisse de Canard Gold, which gives them a deep, rich flavor. Serve hot popovers for breakfast with butter and jam or honey, or serve them with meats and savory dishes, just as you would a dinner roll. They also make a great dessert with a scoop of ice cream and a drizzle of warm caramel or chocolate sauce.

Recipe: Duck Fat Roasted Autumn Vegetables

Nothing brings out the flavor and sweetness of vegetables like roasting them, especially with the savory richness of our Graisse de Canard Gold. They'll make the perfect side for roasted or grilled meat, game, or poultry--or toss them with pasta or serve them over rice with crumbled goat or feta cheese on top.

Recipe: Egg Drop Soup

Also known as Egg Flower Soup, this Chinese-American favorite is simple, tasty, and comforting on a chilly day. The most basic version is made from just stock and eggs, with a little cornstarch and a handful of green onions for a garnish. We've dolled ours up a bit, flavoring it with garlic, onion, and ginger, and adding carrots, shiitake mushrooms, and thin slices of chicken. The result--delicious!
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