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Recipe: Hearty Bulgur Pilaf

Bulgur's nutty flavor and wholesome texture make this a hearty winter dish to serve with poultry and roasted meats. An attractive way of presenting this side dish is to pack the mixture into a ring mold and bake it briefly. Once unmolded, fill the center with baby peas, broccoli florets, or any bright green vegetable. Either coarse or fine bulgur is appropriate.

Recipe: Herbed Stuffing with Mushrooms

Savory browned mushrooms and the scent of fresh and dried herbs make this stuffing one to remember. Save some--if you can--to enjoy with a little leftover gravy!

Recipe: Homemade Barbecued Baked Beans

If you've only ever had baked beans from the can, your'e in for a treat: tender beans slowly simmered in our Glace de Viande with savory chunks of bacon and a simple homemade barbecue sauce stirred into the mix. It's a natural with burgers, sausages, chicken, or ribs just off the grill.

Recipe: Irish Beef and Stout Hot Pot

Tender chunks of beef and mushrooms braised in a savory mixture of stout and our brown stock, then topped with a layer of golden potatoes--a hearty one-pot meal inspired by traditional Irish cooking. Serve it by the fire with a mug of Guinness.

Recipe: Lemon Dill Sauce

A smooth, luscious sauce with the tang of lemon and fresh herbal notes of dill. Try it spooned over chicken or veggies hot off the grill.

Recipe: Manhattan Clam Chowder

There's an ongoing debate about which is best, cream-based New England clam chowder or tomato-based Manhattan clam chowder, which actually orginated in Rhode Island, where Portuguese immigrants started adding tomatoes to the mix. We make and love both versions. This recipe, with crumbled bacon, fennel, garlic, white wine, and plenty of juicy tomatoes, definitely gives New England-style chowder a run for its money!

Recipe: Meatball Soup

A terrific main-dish soup, Italian style--savory meatballs, herbs, tomatoes, and pasta, all in a hearty beef broth. The perfect meal for a chilly evening!

Recipe: Mediterranean Mushroom Olive Sauce

Add a new twist to grilled meat, chicken, fish, or vegetables with this earthy sauce redolent of mushrooms, olives, sun-dried tomatoes, herbs and red wine, enriched by our Veggie-Glace Gold.

Recipe: Mole Sauce

Mexican cooking at its sweet and savory finest: a complex mixture of the smoky heat of dried chiles, aromatic toasted spices, garlic, tomatoes, nuts, and raisins, with an almost magical depth created by the addition of a small amount of unsweetened chocolate. This classic sauce is worth every minute it takes to create. Mole is traditionally served with turkey, but it also pairs beautifully with chicken, pork, or veal.

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: Orange-Scented Sauce for Duck and Chicken

A rich, complex sauce with the subtle spice of green peppercorns and luscious orange flavors melded with cream and our savory Glace de Canard Gold.

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: Oyster Dressing

Full of plump oysters and tender cornbread, this classic Southern dressing is so good it's served for both Thanksgiving and Christmas in many homes!

Recipe: Pan-Seared Steaks with Red Wine Butter Sauce

Take it from us: there's nothing more tempting than a luscious steak with a French wine-butter sauce. However, butter sauces often have mounds of butter. We find that if the wine and stock are well reduced, you'll only need about a tablespoon of butter per serving. Because everything counts in this minimalist preparation, choose fine wine, butter, meat, and, of course, demi-glace.

Recipe: Pear Risotto with Goat Cheese and Pancetta

Sweet pears are balanced by tangy goat cheese and savory pancetta in this creamy risotto. It makes the perfect side for roasted meats or poultry, as well as a satisfying yet light main dish.

Recipe: Poblano Chile Sauce

The smoky flavor of roasted poblano chiles gives a savory depth to this simple sauce. Use it with your favorite Mexican or Tex-Mex dishes like enchiladas or tacos, or serve it with grilled chicken, burgers, meat, or fish.

Recipe: Pork and Pumpkin Stew

Celebrate the flavors of fall by making this hearty and colorful stew. Chunks of pork are simmered with onions, red peppers, garlic, potatoes, and fresh pumpkin in a smoky sauce spiked with sherry. Serve it over rice or noodles for an autumn feast.

Recipe: Pork Cassoulet

This classic, rich, slow-simmered dish combines a hearty bean stew with a savory pork and sausage stew, all topped with a crust of bread crumbs drizzled with our Graisse de Canard Gold. Cassoulet is quintessential French country cuisine, a labor of love, so set aside an afternoon to make it and serve it to friends and family warm and fragrant from your oven.

Recipe: Pork with Cherry and Port Wine Sauce

Frankly, it almost doesn't matter what you put underneath this ambrosial sauce… Even if it won't make a silk purse of a sow's ear, the full-flavored combination of dried cherries, port, and Jus de Poulet Lié Gold certainly transforms mundane pork cutlets into celebrity fare. Serve this sauce with turkey, chicken, veal, or duck, as well.

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: Potato and Vegetable Cake

This delicious recipe is adapted from award-winning chef and food writer Jennifer McLagan. It's a variation on the classic Pommes Anna, a "cake" made with thinly sliced potatoes drizzled with butter and baked in a pan. This version is made with sweet potatoes, butternut squash, and apple, in addition to potatoes, with with our Graisse de Canard instead of butter. The rich, complex, sweet and savory flavors make this dish sing. It's the perfect partner for roasted poultry or meat and can be prepared in advance and reheated in the oven.

Recipe: Prime Rib with a Peppercorn Crust and Madeira Sauce

A grand roast perfect for a special occasion or a Sunday supper: succulent, tender beef with the spicy crunch of peppercorns and silky Madeira sauce. Serve it with mashed potatoes and a bottle of your favorite hearty red wine and wow everyone around your table!

Recipe: Provençal Veal Stew

The sunny flavors of Provence come to mind in this fragrant veal stew simmered with fennel, sweet bell peppers, olives, and orange zest. Serve it over wide pasta noodles, boiled potatoes, or couscous.
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