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Healthy & Delicious: Cider-Poached Pears with Yogurt and Toasted Almonds

Serious Eats Kristen Swensson Sturt 11 comments

It's elegant and fairly easy. Also: extravagantly spiced, just barely sweet enough, and filled with fruit flavor (the non-Froot Loop kind). It's the kind of dessert you'd serve to guests after a hearty dinner, and they'd never know it was low-calorie, with pretty decent doses of protein and fiber. More

Cook the Book: Eggs Poached in Tomato Sauce on Couscous with Oregano and Parsley

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 9 comments

This recipe for Eggs Poached in Tomato Sauce on Couscous with Oregano and Parsley is a hearty, meal-worthy take on the Italian classic eggs in purgatory. A simple tomato sauce is enlivened with Greek oregano and acts as the poaching liquid for farm fresh, pastured eggs. While the eggs gently poach in the sauce, couscous is steamed and croutons are fried. The eggs and sauce are ladled onto the fluffy couscous, topped with crunchy croutons, and finished with parsley and shredded Parmigiano. This is one of those preparations that lets the delicacy of fresh eggs really come through. More

The Cartoon Kitchen: Poached Peaches

Serious Eats Ed Levine 1 comment

This week's Cartoon Kitchen features Serious Eats' cartoonist in residence Larry Gonick's spin on poached peaches. --Ed Levine... More

Tipsy Summer Peach Pudding: The Best Use of a Wine-Poached Peach

Serious Eats Amanda Clarke 1 comment

Eaten straight out of hand or cut up, a ripe peach is hard to beat. But, peach perfection is a fleeting thing, and the only way to forestall an impending perish? Cooking the fruit. Cobblers, pies and preserves all have... More

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