Easy to make as steak: pan-seared duck (Recipe of the Month)
Steven likes his duck medium-rare, which is made possible by the fact that ducks are genetically unable to harbor salmonella, so there is no risk of having “undercooked” duck.
In the nick of time: spring rolls, for spring (Recipe of the Month)
The best part is you can make and assemble all of your fillings in advance.
Homemade chirashi — a healthy meal of raw fish and sushi rice (Recipe of the Month)
"This, in addition to your favorite raw, or even cooked, fish makes for a magnificent, easy and incredibly healthy meal,' Steven DeSalvo writes.
How to make a nearly-from-scratch Italian sub (Recipe of the Month)
Featured ingredients include beef cutlet, mozzarella, roasted peppers, broccolini
Wontons with chili oil, a cold-weather treat (Recipe of the Month)
They take a little time to make, but are well worth it.
Baby potato gnocchi with pesto (Recipe of the month)
It has pretty much limitless potential for creative license, it comes together in 15 minutes, and it makes for a perfect one-pot dinner since the sauce doesn’t even need to be heated up.
Butternut squash and apple Soup: Recipe of the Month
There are very few ways to go wrong with this fall favorite.
Rice balls that are impossible to resist (Recipe of the month)
By STEVEN DESALVO For Montclair Local Arancini are among my absolute favorite food items. They are delicious and easy to assemble, and they freeze well, so if you have a lazy Sunday on your calendar sometime soon you can make a fair amount of these for anytime you want to have something fun and different...
How to make watermelon and tomato gazpacho (Recipe of the Month)
Two of the foods I associate most with summer are tomatoes and watermelon. Eating either on a warm summer day is the ultimate treat.
A treat for your Montclair graduation party — steak tacos (Recipe of the Month)
It is always a meal synonymous with special occasions, so why should this be any different?