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Coconut and Basil Steamed Mussels
Impress guests with this elegant and easy main dish. Pair with spinach and scallion rice for a complete meal in about 20 minutes.
EatingWell:
Shrimp Dumplings
This healthy shrimp-and-cabbage dumpling recipe makes a big batch, so you can eat some for dinner and freeze some for later. To vary the dumpling filling, try ground turkey instead of the shrimp. Look for wonton wrappers in a refrigerated case—usually near tofu. Serve with reduced-sodium soy sauce.
Andrew Weil, M.D.:
Bento Box Soup
The Japanese are renowned for their longevity. As of 2011, their average life expectancy was 82.3 years. (The United States came in fiftieth, at 78.4 years.) Researchers often credit their diet, and this soup is my way of cramming as much of their healthy cuisine into a bowl as possible.
The Supermarket Guru:
Steal This Recipe® Zuppa di Pesce e Fagiolio | Lattanzi Ristorante, NYC
Chef Paolo Lattanzi of Lattanzi Ristorante, NYC, cooks classic Roman Jewish cuisine. The Roman Jewish community is the oldest Jewish community in Europe - they arrived roughly 2,000 years ago from Palestine. Until 1870, they were confined to the ghetto and even today they still firmly hold onto their traditions. This special Venetian stew, Zuppa di Pesce e Fagiolio, is popular outside of the old Jewish ghettos of Rome and will be a hit in your kitchen.
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