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29 Jun Scored Corn

This recipe was one of the first dishes I remember falling (hard) for as a kid. It fell into the same category in my house as pan-fried pork dumplings- no matter how much you made, there was NEVER enough (how a family of four ate 60 dumplings in one sitting is beyond me- but they were just that good). The recipe name Scored Corn is my dad's OG title for this dish, since he would carefully slit down every row of corn with a sharp knife, then deftly scrape out all the insides of the kernels leaving the outer layer still on the cob. I am far to impatient for that type of precision, so I have modified his technique to just scrape the cob and carry the outer bits along for the ride (it's more rustic that way, right? ;)) It is a messy task- you'll have corn milk...

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05 Jan Lemony Kale Salad with Asiago + Panko

My go-to kale salad obsession, this quick recipe is a winner every single time. Be sure to choose bunches of Black/Lacinato/Elephant/Tuscan/Dino (seriously I've never seen a single vegetable with so many different names) with smaller dark and very bumpy leaves (they will be way more tender and flavorful than the XL leaves) and chiffonade them as finely as your knife will let you (for a tutorial- check out my quick video here ). With a bright and bold lemon vinaigrette, tender paper thin black kale, shredded high-quality aged asiago, and buttery toasted panko breadcrumbs, this salad will make any kale hater say KALE YEAH.[yumprint-recipe id='61']...

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