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- Sept. 11, 2020
Hello and welcome to Five Weeknight Dishes. Celestially speaking, we are still in summer, but as soon as we pass Labor Day, I start thinking of roast chicken, squash and apple cakes. (This may have something to do with the fact that your hard-working NYT Cooking staff is currently preparing for Thanksgiving.)
But I’m not yet ready to part with peaches, or plums, or berries, tomatoes and corn. So here are recipes that merge summer produce and fall cravings, or that would just be really delicious right now. Tell me whether I hit the mark at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Here are five dishes for the week:ImageThis sheet-pan dinner fits the bill for Rosh Hashana or any night when plums are at their peak.Credit…Julia Gartland for The New York Times (Photography and Styling)
Golden chicken! Juicy plums! I will be making this Melissa Clark recipe for Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, which begins on Friday, Sept. 18. The meal traditionally calls for some sweetness, which those plums provide. You can make this with bone-in thighs, rather than a cut-up whole chicken, if that simplifies cooking or shopping.Credit…Christopher Simpson for The New York Times. Food Stylist: Simon Andrews.
This is one of the best recipes I’ve cooked in a long time. Hetty McKinnon uses fresh corn in place of the canned creamed corn you’d typically find in this Cantonese dish, and she swaps in silken tofu for the meat or fish. The simple flavors here are delectable together, especially with chile oil, but the way the textures mingle makes the dish.
_____Credit…Bryan Gardner for The New York Times. Food Stylist: Barrett Washburne.
Here’s another recipe from Melissa Clark that combines meat with stone fruit — a time-tested and superb combination — and I like that she finishes the dish with a long squeeze of lime. The gingery meatballs can be made with any ground meat, including chicken and turkey, but pork is best.Yewande Komolafe’s spicy cucumbers with yogurt and herbs.Credit…Johnny Miller for The New York Times. Food Stylist: Rebecca Jurkevich
A salad this special can anchor a meal. Don’t wait too long to make this spicy, herby recipe by Yewande Komolafe — it will taste best at the end of a hot day, with something utterly simple on the side. (I’d grill or pan-fry fish.)
_____Credit…David Malosh for The New York Times. Food Stylist: Simon Andrews. Prop Stylist: Paige Hicks.
I could use a negroni right now. I appreciate Sam Sifton for writing it directly into this simple pasta recipe — which, to be technical, is one of his no-recipe recipes, meaning that the instructions are written out in the text of the headnote beside the photo.
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