Staff Raves from the April Issue

March 14, 2013 | By | Comments (1)

Each month, we bring you our highest-rated recipes from each issue. Here, our favorites from the April 2013 issue.

radishes-browned-butter-lemon

Radishes in Browned Butter and Lemon
p. 56
“I’ve been enjoying this recipe since it was developed for our garden project last spring (advantage of working in magazine-land: content comes early). As someone who grew up thinking of radishes as chilled, raw salad accompaniments, this recipe, with its textural and temperature differences, has been delightfully eye-opening.”
- Phillip Rhodes, Executive Managing Editor

celery-parsley-salad

Celery and Parsley Salad
p. 128
“At first glance, it sounds like a humble salad—celery and parsley are, indeed, quite inexpensive. But the two together plus the salty bite from the cheese and a little zing from the lemon makes this the ultimate crunchy-juicy-fresh combo. Let’s just put it this way: I went back for seconds. And thirds.”
- Phoebe Wu, Assistant Editor

hamburger-steak-onion-gravy

Hamburger Steak with Onion Gravy
p. 88
“Homey, comfy, totally delicious. The onions are cooked to showcase their caramel goodness making a super satisfying gravy that tops mashed potatoes and ground sirloin.  Yum-times-two.”
- Deb Wise, Recipe Tester and Developer

granola-cookie-wedges

Granola Cookie Wedges
p. 136
“This is perfect when you need a crunchy, chocolate chip cookie fix and don’t have time to bake a whole batch.”
- Mary Creel, Special Publications Editor

grilled-halibut-tarragon-beurre-blanc

Grilled Halibut with Tarragon Beurre Blanc
p. 105
“No secret why this dish received our Test Kitchen’s highest rating. This is five-star food: the bright, buttery sauce is a perfect counterpart to the clean, simply grilled fish.”
- Hannah Klinger, Editorial Assistant

COMMENTS

  1. Calgary Corporate Catering

    Granola cookie wedges looks really good, thanks for this list. I’m going to have to try baking granola cookies :)

    March 15, 2013 at 5:03 pm

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