Viking Featured in House Beautiful Magazine Kitchen of the Month
Viking Freestanding Range in Stainless Steel complements contemporary kitchen design in New York, New York.
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Viking Professional Cookware Receives Silver Innovation Award
Housewares Executive Magazine awards Clipper Corp. the Silver Innovation award in Stainless Steel Cookware.
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Outdoor Kitchens in NY Times Homes Magazine
Viking Outdoor Products Featured in New York Times Home Magazine June 2014
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Clipper Corporation Introduces Cookware Line (Video)
Viking's Professional Cookware Line is bringing professional products to the home. This line of cookware is designed to produce more even and balanced heating, delivering restaurant-style results. Items can be purchased in a set or open stock.
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Types of Salmon
Bone up on the different types of Pacific and Atlantic salmon.
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Viking Professional Gas Grills Featured in Outside Magazine
Real men can grill the perfect steak with nothing more than an open flame, a grate, and some tongs—or if they’re particularly tough, their bare hands. But for the rest of us, a few tech advances don’t hurt.
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Collector's Kitchen
Viking Freestanding Range Featured in The Cottage Journal Kitchens 2013
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A Stay by the Bay
Viking Freestanding Range, Microwave, Wall Oven and Warming Drawer Featured in The Cottage Journal Kitchens 2013
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Peak Performance
Viking Freestanding Range and Ventilation Hood Featured in June 2014 Issue of Traditional Home
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Finally, Functionality
Viking Rangetop and Refrigerator Featured in April 2014 Issue of Qualified Remodeler
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Outdoor Kitchens
Viking Outdoor Products featured in April 2014 Issue of Kitchen and Bath Business
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Backyard Bliss
Viking Outdoor Products featured in the Summer 2014 Issue of Beautiful Kitchens and Baths
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Culinary Weekend with Chef Justin Devillier
Join us in Greenwood, Mississippi on June 20-22, 2014 for a Culinary Weekend with Chef Justin Devillier, Executive Chef and Owner La Petite Grocery (New Orleans, LA).
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Outdoor Smoker Product Information (Video)
Our Sales Manager, John Rudolph, talks about the feature benefits of the Viking Professional Gravity Feed™ Charcoal Smoker.
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Viking Induction Cooktops Featured in Article by SCHOTT
Because induction cooktops generate less ambient heat than electric or gas ranges, they allow for a variety of new form factors, controls, lighting, and other design elements that are now transforming appliances that have remained largely unchanged for decades.
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Viking Pro Ranges Receive Top Recommendation from GHRI
The Good Housekeeping Research Institute slaved over 27 hot stoves to find the ones that really put the joy in cooking (and may even add to the value of your home).
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Induction Cooktops Product Information (Video)
Our Regional Sales Manager, Ron Brooks, explains the feature benefits of the new Viking Professional Built-In Induction Cooktop during the 2014 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas.
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5 Series Grills Product Information (Video)
Our Sales Manager, John Rudoph, talks about the feature benefits of the Viking Professional 5 Series Gas Grills during the 2014 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas.
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Electric French-Door Double Oven Product Information (Video)
Our Regional Sales Manager, Rob Brooks, explains the feature benefits of our new Viking Professional French-Door Oven during the 2014 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas.
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7 Series Ranges Product Information (Video)
Our Regional Sales Manager, Ron Brooks, explains the feature benefits of the new Viking Professional 7 Series Ranges during the 2014 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas.
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5 Series Ventilation Hoods Product Information (Video)
Our Regional Sales Manager, Ron Brooks, explains the feature benefits of our new Viking Professional 5 Series Ventilation Hoods at the 2014 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas.
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Viking Makes List: 9 Great Made-In-America Home Products Companies
By keeping manufacturing in Greenwood, Viking has helped to rebuild the city and currently employs more than 1,000 of the small town’s residents.
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Kitchen Offers the Best of Both Worlds
Full Viking Kitchen Featured in Kitchen and Bath Design News, April 2014
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"Viking is a caring and supportive company" - Ron and Belva O.
Ron and Belva express their thanks for help received from the Viking staff in corporate and in Texas.
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Bold Appliance Color to Accent Kitchen Named as Kitchen Trend
At this Builders’ Show presentation, learn about the results of the largest home building design survey in North America, based on the readers of home remodeling web site Houzz. Not surprisingly, kitchen and bath ideas topped the list of what homeowners want to know more about.
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Two Options for Restaurant-Quality Ice at Home
Discover our Viking Professional Ice Machines. Your choice between clear ice and nugget ice.
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Viking Featured in Wall Street Journal
Read More About Viking's Collaboration with iDevices
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Space for All
Full Viking Professional Kitchen Featured in Fine Cooking Magazine April/May 2014
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Viking’s KBIS Launch 'Historic' In Size
TWICE covers Viking's presence at the Kitchen and Bath Show 2014
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Viking adds pro-style features to its consumer line
Innovations include turbo-charged ovens and high BTU burners
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Best Kitchen Appliances Worth the Splurg
Viking Range is featured in this article by Epicurious.
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Viking Range Debuts Unprecedented Number of New Products at KBIS
Kitchen and Bath Business writes about the many new products that were introduced at KBIS 2014.
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Meet Viking's newest kitchen appliances
Cnet Associate Editor, Megan Wollerton, writes about two ovens and a range that are joining Viking's Professional line.
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Viking Professional TurboChef Wall Oven First Impressions Review
Reviewed.com goes hands-on with the fastest oven in the world.
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Viking Takes the High End Even Higher With Its New 7 Series (Video)
Press coverage of Viking's booth at KBIS 2014 from Reviewed.com 
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Viking Sales Event
Save $400 on any Viking 3 Series Range or save $600 on a complete Viking 3 Series Kitchen.
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Clean Free Double Warranty Event.
Buy any Viking Professional Range plus any Viking Professional Hood and receive DOUBLE the Viking 3-Year Signature Warranty all indoor products purchased at the same time and a FREE Dishwasher!
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Train Like a Top Chef
Hillary talks about the fun she had during a culinary weekend in Greenwood, Mississippi.
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Highlights from KBIS 2014 (Video)
Video footage of the Viking Booth at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show 2014
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Viking Featured on the Today Show (Video)
The Today Show considers the new Viking 7 Series Range a splurge that's worth the high price.
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A Technicolor Revolution
Viking Range in Cobalt Blue Finish Featured in The Twenty Six Magazine Winter 2014
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The Best Things I Saw at KBIS This Year
TheKitchn.com lists Viking as one of the best things they saw at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show 2014
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Make It Grain
Viking Wall Oven in White Finish Featured in Dwell Magazine March 2014
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Clear Distinction
Viking Rangetop Featured in Qualified Remodeler January 2014
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Keep It Simple
Viking Range, Microwave and Oven Featured in Traditional Home February/March 2014
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Viking Innovations 2014 (Video)
Watch this teaser video introducing new products at Viking for 2014 and our renewed commitment to our legacy.
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Viking Sweeps 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place in People’s Choice Award at KBIS 2014
Viking took first, second and third in the People’s Choice Awards which were voted on by attendees during all 3 days of the show.
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Press Coverage from Viking KBIS Booth
The recent 2014 Kitchen Bath Industry Show was a very busy show for Viking.
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Viking Mobile Showroom Is on the Road

We are ready to meet you and demonstrate true Professional Performance for Your Home.

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Hands-On with the Viking 7-Series Range
Reviewer Jonathan Chan explores the new 7-Series Freestanding Range at Design and Construction Week in Las Vegas.
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Word of Mouth by Grant MacPherson
Word of Mouth tells the story of one chef's rise and education through kitchens the world over.
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Cooked by Michael Pollan

In Cooked, Michael Pollan explores the previously uncharted territory of his own kitchen.

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In the Viking Kitchen by Grant MacPherson
Acclaimed chef Grant MacPherson demonstrates how, with the right equipment (a Viking Range, of course), anyone can prepare restaurant quality food at home.
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Viking Executive Chef, Grant MacPherson
"I believe truly great cooking to be a noble art. It’s an expression of generosity engaging all five senses to elicit a response, generally underpinned by pleasure."
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Leading Role
"The kitchen is the new dining room. It has become the backdrop for life," declares interior designer Michael Berman.
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50 new products in Viking revamp
Despite a tumultuous year, executives at Viking Range Corp. say the company has been hard at work and is set to launch a wide range of new and revamped products.
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10 Ways to Be More Efficient in the Kitchen
You can always increase time, space, and efficiency and that will help you cook better.
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How to Get the Flavor of Charcoal When You're Grilling with Gas
BA Associate Food Editor Chris Morocco tells us how to take your gas grill to the next level.
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The New Outdoor Kitchen
If you're willing to be creative, you can create a culinary oasis without spending a fortune.
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Balancing Act
Classic symmetry and soft hues give this summer home a grand new look.
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A Kitchen Crafted for Easy Living
Viking wine cellar, commercial-depth range and ventilation hood are captured in the delightful kitchen of William-Sonoma’s design guru, Celia Tejada.
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Eating In Season
Make this the year you pledge to eat foods that are in season and locally grown.
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Viking Has Starring Role in New Documentary

In the documentary American Made Movie, filmmakers Nathaniel Thomas McGill and Vincent Vittorio visit several American manufacturers that are thriving, such as the appliance maker Viking Range, based in Mississippi.

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Par Excellance
Fresh colors and timeless furnishings weave through an interesting material palette in a cozy apartment high above the Hudson River for a pro golfer and her husband.
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Culinary Weekend with Chef Tandy Wilson
Join us in Greenwood, Mississippi on February 7-9, 2014 for a Culinary Weekend with Tandy Wilson, Chef and Owner of City House (Nashville, TN).
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Luxury Mountain Living
Though you wouldn’t know it from looking at its stunning kitchen now, this home wasn’t always as primed for hosting guests as it is today.
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Big Kitchen in the Big Apple
With the final design stylish and well equipped for cooking, this family loves their new big kitchen in the Big Apple!
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Chef Duet
These Colorado homeowners are avid cooks and love to entertain, both in intimate settings and in large groups.
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Reconfigured Luxury
With its light and airy feel, spacious work areas, and custom touches, it’s hard to imagine that this luxury kitchen almost never made it to completion.
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Rearranged and Revamped
These Pennsylvania homeowners were none too pleased with the state of their home’s look or its layout, so they underwent a complete renovation.
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Viking French-Door Oven
Look at wall ovens in a new light with Viking’s professional French-door oven.
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Viking Today and Into the Future
One of the most exciting new products coming to the marketplace in early 2014 is the Viking Professional TurboChef Oven.
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KBIS Welcomes Back Appliance Juggernaut Viking
A valued exhibitor since 1994, Viking is also glad to again be a part of KBIS and Design & Construction Week and to reintroduce the "new" Viking.
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Viking is Featured in Top 100 Free Business Apps in the US
Viking Range, LLC's new iPad App is featured as one of the top 100 free apps in the iTunes store.
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Sushi Workshops in Greenwood, Mississippi
Learn the art of sushi from Memphis’ own, Jimmy Ishii, founder of the popular Sekisui Japanese restaurants and his Master Sushi Chef Yoshiyuki Takusagawa (Yoshi).
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Peeling and Deveining Shrimp
An easy technique for peeling and deveining shrimp
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Selecting the Right Type of Shrimp for Your Dish
Guidelines for choosing the best shrimp available.
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Party Planning Tips
Tips for planning the perfect party, from when to send invitations to the day-of details
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Tips for Cheesecake Success
The texture of any cheesecake can vary greatly - from light and airy, to dense and rich, to smooth and creamy, depending on the ingredients and mixing methods used.
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Tips for Making Perfect Brittle Candy
Brittle candy is a flat, irregular-shaped candy made by mixing nuts into caramelized sugar.
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Burma: Rivers of Flavor by Naomi Duguid
Interspersed throughout the 125 recipes are intriguing tales from the author's many trips to this fascinating but little-known land.
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The Happy Table of Eugene Walter
Assembled and edited by Walter's literary executor, Donald Goodman, and food writer Thomas Head, this charming cookbook includes more than 300 recipes.
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Bûche de Noël
Learn more about the traditional French Christmas cake.
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Smoke and Pickles by Chef Edward Lee
Edward creates recipes--filled with pickling, fermenting, frying, curing, and smoking--that reflect the overlapping flavors and techniques that led this Korean-American boy to feel right at home in the South.
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Gingerbread Workshop at Atlanta Children's Hospital
Staff members from the Viking Cooking School in Atlanta bring the popular Gingerbread Workshop to Atlanta Children's Hospital.
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Introducing the Viking App Exclusively for iPad
Viking Range, LLC is pleased to introduce a new iPad app designed to make consumer kitchen shopping even easier.
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Trends Top 50 American Homes
Viking Range is recognized as a supplier to five "Trends Top 50 American Homes" for 2012/13.
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Reader’s Choice Award, Kitchen and Bath Business 2013
Nearly 1,500 K+BB readers cast their vote online and selected their favorite brands and manufacturers in 22 categories.
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By Land, Sea, and Air
Viking Range, LLC is featured among other manufactures in Mississippi and surrounding states.
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Thom Browne's Manhattan Aeire
Architectural Digest explores 800 square-foot flat of fashion designer, Thom Browne, whose kitchen includes a Viking freestanding range.
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At Home with John and Jenifer Besh
Chef John Besh talks about his 480-square-foot kitchen which includes an array of Viking appliances.
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Shawna's Glamorous Custom Kitchen
This glamorous kitchen remodel features a Viking rangetop, warming drawer, and double oven.
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"The whole set up is the best experience ever." - Mary M.
"Every time I go to my Viking kitchen in Paradise, I feel like Queen for a Day!  The whole set up is the best experience ever." - Mary M.
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Viking Range Returns to KBIS 2014
The National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) has announced the return of appliance manufacturer, Viking Range, to KBIS 2014, at Design & Construction Week, to be held February 4-6, 2014 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
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"Great quality, very customizable, perfect for our household." - Stefan M.
Stefan shares his Viking story about his home in Singapore along with an article from Trends magazine.
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A Warm and Modern New York City Apartment
A combination of midcentury, Japanese, and Art Deco influences brings a welcoming intimacy to a sprawling Manhattan residence. The kitchen features a Professional Viking Range & Hood.
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A Designer Couple’s Mexico Retreat
Designers Andrew Fisher and Jeffry Weisman establish their own getaway in the city, recasting an 18th-century industrial space as a luxurious compound for indoor-outdoor living. Their kitchen features Viking.
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A Family-Friendly California Beach House
Designer Abigail Turin conjures the home of her dreams. Her kitchen features a Professional Viking Range & Hood.
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Best Luxury Gas Range, Good Housekeeping Research Institute 2013
The VGSC5304B featured as the winner in the luxury category for gas ranges. "It Boiled fast, broiled to perfection, and baked brilliantly."
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VanityFair.Com features Modernist Cuisine’s latest book
A seriously cool view of a Viking Range like you've never seen it before! We are loving Vanity Fair's preview of the stunning photography from Modernist Cuisine's newest book!
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Viking Quality – Employee Commitment
Viking Range, LLC is committed to being a best-in-class organization with quality people nurturing a zero-defect philosophy.
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Kahlúa Pumpkin Pie
A double dose of rich pumpkin flavor - from canned pumpkin and pumpkin butter - are bumped up with the coffee flavor of Kahlúa liqueur in this pie.
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Viking 7 Series Range featured in Architectural Digest
Market Report: Editors at Architectural Digest make their top picks for stylish renovations. Our new 7 series range made the cut!
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Viking appliances featured in "Smart Showings July 2013"
Seven 2,400-square-foot homes for sale feature the interior design of the Los Angeles–based firm Darrell Schmitt Design Associates and come with Viking appliances.
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Designer Jelly Giesen chooses Viking for her Elegant Manhattan Apartment
In the article "Rhapsody in Blue," designer Kelly Giesen brings chic glamour to her bare-bones, 725-square-foot Manhattan apartment. The kitchen features a 30-inch Viking Range.
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Viking appliances featured in "Bobby Flay's Dream Kitchens"
We love that Celebrity Chef Bobby Flay & Law & Order: Special Victims Unit actress, Stephanie March chose Viking appliances when designing their dream kitchen.
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Viking appliances featured in “A Kitchen Built for Two"
Bay Area chefs Nancy Oakes and Bruce Aidells collaborated on their dream kitchen which includes Viking appliances. Their kitchen was recently featured in a Wine Spectator article titled "A Kitchen Built for Two."
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John Mikos wins a Viking Range
John Mikos comments on winning a brand new Viking Range in one of Viking's past Facebook giveaways.
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Viking appliances featured in "Bright Coastal Kitchens"
Viking appliances were recently featured in a Coastal Living article titled “Bright Coastal Kitchens” in their "Ultimate Guide to Kitchens" section.
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"I love to cook and I love my Viking stove." - Susan F.
Susan is an in interior designer and an avid blogger. On her blog, Ash Tree Cottage, she explains that she bought Viking for it's function and not it's appearance.
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"I know that my dishes will always be clean." Shelby G.
Shelby is a newlywed and has just moved into her first home. The kitchen features a Viking gas cooktop and Viking dishwasher.
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Birthday Fun at the Viking Cooking School
To celebrate her birthday, Nikki and her husband Ben took "The Help: Southern Specialties" class in Greenwood, MS.
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Anniversary Date Night at the Viking Cooking School
To celebrate their anniversary, Meg and Reese took the "Date Night: Cooking with Fire" class at Hubbell and Hudson in Houston, TX.
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500 Series Gas Grill highlighted in Made in America: South
In a recent issue, Viking Professional 500 Series Gas Grills made Dwell Magazine's list of "Great Products from the South."
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"VIKING helps bring the kitchen's full potential to life." - Billy Reid
American Fashion Designer, Billy Reid,  has appeared in top tier publications such as Vogue, GQ, Elle, Esquire, and The New York Times, among others.
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Architect Wayne Good's kitchen recognized for "Best Kitchen Design"
In the article "Best Kitchen Design," architect Wayne Good chooses a Viking Range Cooktop when designing his dream kitchen.
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"Family-Friendly Home Update" features a Viking Blue Range
In the article "Rightsize Your Remodel," a South Carolina family chooses a Viking Blue Range for their ""Family Friendly Home Update."
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"Quality is by far the best in the business." - Chef Sam Choy
Sam appears on his weekly cooking show, Sam Choy's Kitchen, on the Hawaiian Islands' NBC affiliate. He has authored 16 cookbooks, and has designed menus for American Airlines.
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"Still happy with our Viking!" - Judy & Dred P.
Judy and Dred P. share their Viking story. They have been happy Viking customers for over 20 years.
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"We love it!" - Sandy and David B.
Sandy says her favorite thing about the Viking Oven is it's ability to evenly bake and brown any dish.
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"Thanks Viking for making such great appliances." - Elene M.
Elene M. had a Jenn-Air cooktop and Thermador double ovens. She switched to Viking and says that she still loves it to this day.
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"My favorite is the Induction Range." - Willa B.
Willa B. says that the clean up is easy and the heat control is amazing - from boil to simmer and back to boil as fast as I turn the knob.
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"I always get great results" - Elaine Trigiani, Culinary Educator
Elaine designs culinary travel programs, she has written two guidebooks to Sicily, develops recipes and teaches olive oil tasting seminars, wine tastings and cooking lessons.
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Sela Ward's Stylish Bel Air Home
In the article "Southern Belle," Mississippian Sela Ward invites readers into her beautiful Bel Air, CA, home full of southern influences, including a kitchen full of Viking appliances.
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Super Bowl Buffet Supper
The Super Bowl has become a nationwide event. The essential ingredient in a successful Super Bowl party is the food, and this is one time where haute cuisine is unwelcome.
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Gifts of Food
It's been said that "happiness is homemade", and with just a little bit of time you can make delicious holiday gifts for neighbors, teachers and friends with these three delicious recipes to cook up in your Viking kitchen.
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Make Ahead Christmas Eve Dinner
There is much to do on Christmas Eve besides cook. There are last-minute gifts to wrap, holiday guests to enjoy, Christmas Eve services at church... the list goes on.
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Great Grillin'
When the weather warms up it's time to fire up the grill, so this month we're sharing a menu of appetizers perfect for warm-weather entertaining.
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Culinary Basics
Designed for both the novice cook and seasoned home chef, Viking's signature Culinary Basics workshops will empower you to cook with confidence.
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Cook with us at The Viking Cooking School
Select from an array of exciting classes such as ethnic cuisine, basics of cooking, baking, vegetarian & dinner parties, whatever you choose, we'll make sure you have a blast.
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"Perform(s) perfectly for every task." - Elle W.
"It has been the best addition to my kitchen I've ever had and has performed perfectly for every task."
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Chef Aaron Burgau Cooks with Viking
"Cooking on my Viking range reminds me every day that I finally got my dream kitchen."
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''Viking has been my standard for quality and reliability.'' - Susie Heller
Susie Heller, Author & Television Producer of culinary programming for over 20 years shares her Viking story. Heller says "Viking has never let me down."
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10 Products America Makes Best
Viking Range Corporation is featured in a slide show entitled "10 Products America Makes Best" on MSN’s Money page in the Investing section of their website.
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Garden & Gun's Southern Agenda: August/September 2013
The Viking Cooking School and The Alluvian Hotel team up to present our Culinary Weekend Events featuring some of the South's best chefs .We are looking forward to our upcoming event with Chef Ed Lee & Robert Aquilino on September 6-8!
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First Choice of Affluent Customers – 2013 Dwell Insights Group Survey
In a recent Dwell Insights Group Survey, Viking cooking appliances were the first brand choice for affluent consumers.
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Brined and Grilled Pork Chops with Chipotle Glaze
Brining adds flavor and moisture to these lean chops - it’s the prefect way to get them ready to grill. The chops are finished off with a thick brushing of Chipotle Glaze, adding a huge amount of spicy, sweet and smoky flavor.
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Introducing the NEW Viking Line
Born from the Professional line, the new Viking line delivers genuine Viking performance with sleek styling and standard sizes.
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Viking Featured in Food Network Magazine
The Viking Professional Range in Racing Red is featured in a recent article entitled "Star Power."
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Viking Featured in Monocle Magazine
Viking Range is featured in the Design section of Monocle magazine.
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Mac 'n' Cheese Is a Vegetable ... and 21 More Reasons Why We Love the Southland
Viking Range, LLC was recently featured in "Mac 'n' Cheese Is a Vegetable… And 21 More Reasons Why We Love the Southland."
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Viking Featured on ABC's The Chew
"The Chew" features a complete set of Viking Professional products thanks in part to our chef friends, Mario Batali and Michael Symon.
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A Tour of Chef Kevin Rathbun's Personal Kitchen
Kevin Rathbun shows off his beautiful personal kitchen full of Viking appliances in a recent feature on Eater-Atlanta.
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Viking Featured On MSNBC.com
MSNBC.com profiled Viking for their monthly online series "Made In America." This ongoing series focuses on U.S. companies and how they are weathering the economic storm.
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Made in USA: 10 Great Products Still Made Here
CBSMoneyWatch.com - the personal finance website for CBS News - wrote a feature story "Made in USA: 10 Great Products Still Made Here."
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Made in America
ABC World News with Diane Sawyer aired a "Made in America" series that focused on the importance of buying American-made products and the jobs that are created by doing so.
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Viking Named One of Thirty Companies That Get It
Fast Company magazine includes an article entitled "The United States of Design" that examined how design is enabling many U.S. businesses to thrive.
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What to Give Dad This Father’s Day
The editors of Bonappetit.com have posted a product round-up entitled "What to Give Dad This Father’s Day."
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NEW! Two-Year Warranty on Viking Professional Outdoor Products
Viking Range, LLC, the originator of commercial-style appliances for the home, is pleased to announce its new Two-Year Viking Professional Outdoor Warranty. 
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Viking Provides Funds to Help UM Students
A $25,000 gift by Viking Range Corporation to the Ole Miss Women's Council (OMWC) for Philanthropy will expand its leadership series to include students in the University of Mississippi's (UM) Haley Barbour Center for Manufacturing Excellence (CME).
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Viking Announces New Mobile Site
Viking Digital is pleased to announce a new mobile VikingRange.com site. This new mobile site is designed to fit the mobile phone screen and works on any mobile platform.
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Holiday Planner
Prepare and present a flawless holiday turkey dinner.
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Tarragon Shrimp Salad
Shrimp salad is really a “no recipe” recipe. You can simply toss some chopped cooked shrimp with mayonnaise and whatever seasonings you like, and you’ve got shrimp salad.
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Fresh Berries with Simple Sabayon
Although I had already discovered a love for cooking, the idea of creating a sabayon of my own seemed out of reach.
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Grilled Two-Potato Salad
I’ve played around with sweet potato salad recipes for some time, and am sharing my favorite version here. It includes both sweet and Yukon gold potatoes and instead of a cloying mayonnaise-based dressing, is tossed with a simple mixture of cider vinegar, olive oil, Creole mustard and honey.
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Bourbon Salmon Salad
This salmon can be grilled or roasted, and is delicious paired with crisp greens, a honey-mustard dressing and some crunchy, sweet honey roasted cashews.
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Meringue Mushrooms
These delectable little mushrooms are usually found "growing" around the base of a bûche de Noël or yule log - a traditional French Christmas cake that is shaped and decorated to look like a log.
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Brined and Grilled Pork Chops with Chipotle Glaze
Brining adds flavor and moisture to these lean chops - it’s the prefect way to get them ready to grill. The chops are finished off with a thick brushing of Chipotle Glaze, adding a huge amount of spicy, sweet and smoky flavor.
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Chocolate Chip and Dried Cherry Oatmeal Cookies
Oatmeal cookies, an all-American favorite, get an extra boost of flavor from chocolate chips and dried cherries. In addition to tasting great, the chocolate and cherries are good for you!
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Queso Dip and Chips
"Queso" is the Spanish word for cheese. Queso dip is great with tortilla chips and fresh veggies such as carrots and celery. It’s also good as a sauce for cooked veggies like broccoli and cauliflower.
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A Fall Feast to Remember
When one is asked to recount his greatest experiences with wine, it is seldom a matter of simply denominating the finest wines one has tasted. Instead, the response usually begins with an effusive description of the setting, tasting companions, and the culinary fare.
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A Feast Between the Vines: The Sommelier Love Fest
The Sommelier Love Fest, hosted in mid-August by Sonoma Coast’s Peay Vineyards, is an opportunity for the Peays to show their appreciation to sommeliers throughout northern California who have bought and promoted their high quality wines.
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A Fish For All Seasons
U.S. Farm Raised Catfish has certainly come a long way from the backyard fish fry. These flaky filets are becoming a common sight on white tablecloths across the country.
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This Isn't Philly
Creole cream cheese is a "farmer’s cheese"; that is, it’s fresh rather than aged or ripened. Its flavor can trigger taste memories of sour cream, crème fraîche, and yogurt.
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A Life in Wine: A Discussion with John Gilman
John Gilman, whose articles appear regularly in The Viking Life, is one of our country’s most influential wine commentators, particularly among serious enthusiasts and collectors who subscribe to his bi-monthly periodical, “View from the Cellar.”
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A Question of Sustainability
Some of the most esteemed vintners in the world follow sustainable, organic, and biodynamic farming methods
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A Resolution to Keep
There’s something about the beginning of a new year that causes us to reflect on our lives. These reflections often prompt us to make resolutions to change or improve some things. This almost always involves a four letter word - that’s right - FOOD.
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A Two-Century Australian Tradition
Melbourne, Australia, 1870 AD. Despite the fact that you drink wine regularly at your large and stately home and that wine grapes had been planted here since the arrival of the first European settlers in 1788, none of what you drink is Australian.
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A View From the Coast
Once a hidden home to counterculture revolutionaries, anti-prohibitionists, surfers, hippies, abalone divers, gardeners tending to their weed, drop-outs, and those wanting to be far from the hum of modern life, Mendocino, California is now one of the largest and most hip counties in the state.
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A Visit to an Italian Farmers' Market
To market, to market. It has been held on a Monday morning for as long as anyone can remember, and in these parts the vast common memory stretches back for centuries.
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Affordable Paris
A traveler willing to spend about an hour of pre-trip research will find that one person’s total daily outlay for food and drink in Paris, outside of such ritzy Right-Bank areas as the Champs Elysées and the Opera district, need not exceed $100.
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Alcohol Content in Wine
Alcohol is an important wine preservative, and it can make a contribution to flavour. It is warm, spirity, and very slightly sweet. Today its effect as a wine flavour and structural component is even more noticeable than ever. As for its effects as a stimulant...
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All Five Senses - Experience a Culture through its Kitchen
In the wilds of Tuscany ask somebody about what they’re eating and you’re likely to find out how their mother spent her days, where the good shepherd is located, when a nice fat pig is scheduled to arrive from the Casentino, how to stretch pasta dough to feed a crowd if necessary, or how to make it rich and silky if the hens are laying.
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Alsace in the Fall
As a Sommelier, I have always enjoyed recommending and pairing the unique wines of Alsace with food, but I had never visited the region. I decided to correct that oversight and visit during the autumn harvest.
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An Intro to Serving Cheese

Try these helpful tips for handling cheese from the cheese professionals at Artisanal Premium Cheese.

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An Italian Wedding Feast
For years now Elizabeth Willmott and Marco Ceri, masters at hospitality, have been putting on feasts for groups of friends in their lovely home. Il Mulino di Ferraia.
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Exploring The Cheese Cave
Come discover the extraordinary pleasure of handcrafted cheeses passionately crafted by the professionals at Artisanal Premium Cheese.
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Barbecued Mutton at the Moonlight Cafe
My friend Tom Jamison and I were spending some time wandering around Murfreesboro, Tennessee, near Nashville, which, as you might know, is great ‘cue country. Tom had just moved into an old farmhouse outside town, and I was helping him break in the kitchen by splattering grease around and dripping barbecue sauce on the newly sanded counters.
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Bouchard Dinner Party
The highest calling of wine is its accompaniment to great food. In addition to being delicious, it should amplify the best qualities of the food, all the while refreshing the palate. For food prepared with a deft touch, no wine excels in this role like Burgundy, both red and white.
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Burgundy Bargains: Village Vineyards
The last fifteen years in Burgundy have been the finest in the history of this great wine-producing region, as the number of excellent vintages has been astounding.
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Celebrate National Catfish Month
August is National U.S. Farm-Raised Catfish Month, and it’s a great opportunity to enjoy the many delicious preparations of this versatile, all-American fish.
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Cheese Pairing 202: A Pungent Argument for Whites
Until fairly recently, the topic of wine and cheese received scant coverage beyond suggestions for cute cheese knives and cutting boards, surely the two least important bits of knowledge within the subject.
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Chef Art Smith
The executive chef and co-owner of Table fifty-two, Art Smith has received the culinary profession’s highest awards and has cooked for some of the world’s most famous celebrities as personal chef to Oprah Winfrey.
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Choosing Wine For the Thanksgiving Table
Thanksgiving is perhaps the quintessential American holiday, and with almost every table in the country graced with turkey, the inevitable question becomes which wines should we serve with the bird?
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Chopsticks and Champagne: A Guide to Asian Pairings
Finding the right wine match with the flavorful dishes of Asian cultures is not an insurmountable challenge, as there are indeed a great many wines that work magically with such preparations. And finding them is relatively simple, once one discovers the key to fine wine pairing with Asian cuisine.
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Close to Nature
A simple rule for eating well, which for me means eating food that tastes great and happens also to be good for you, is stick close to Mother Nature. She won’t lead you astray.
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Complexity and Finish: Hallmarks of Quality
In a prior article, we dealt with four fundamental attributes of wine: body, texture, depth and concentration of flavor, and balance. In this issue, we will consider two additional characteristics of wine, COMPLEXITY and FINISH, both of which are essential to excellent wine.
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Cooking with Wine
Cooking with wine brings those same qualities to food, adding nuance and flavor that the dish would otherwise lack. Here are a few tips to cooking with wine that will add to the experience.
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Cool Down with Crisp Wines
The warmth and comfort we find so desirable in our cuisine during those cold, stern months contrasts sharply with what we find splendid in the summer.
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Decanting Enchantment: A French Country Dinner at La Provence
In keeping with this issue’s theme, the decision before me was how to prepare a meal of authentic French provincial cuisine with which to pair appropriate French regional wines.
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Diana Kennedy
In terms of introducing to Americans an understanding of various national cuisines, the most influential writers, assuredly thus far, have been Julia Child (French), Marcella Hazan (Italian), and Diana Kennedy (Mexican).
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Dining Gourmet Style with Chef Sara Moulton
In November 2006, The Viking Life partnered with Gourmet magazine to host a special luncheon to benefit the New Orleans Restaurant Renewal Fund. The Magazine of Good Living opened its doors to 16 food enthusiasts, who indulged in a one-of-a-kind epicurean experience in the Gourmet Private Dining Room.
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Fall Produce: A Palatable Wonderland
Chefs love all changes of season because they provide a whole new palette of colors and flavors to play with, but fall is an especially popular time of year because the produce actually requires some coaxing from the chef in order to be tasty.
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Flavor of the Old Cask: The Many Wines of Thomas Jefferson
In 1973, while writing the wine column for the Washington Post, I received a phone call from James Bear, then Curator of Thomas Jefferson’s restored home at Monticello.
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Franco Files: Our Favorite U.S. Bistros
What’s Your Favorite U.S. Bistro?
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French Twist: Recipes from Chef José Gutierrez
Born and trained in France, Master Chef José Gutierrez offers a surprisingly fresh perspective on French cooking. After studying nouvelle cuisine directly under the celebrated Chef Paul Bocuse, Chef Gutierrez arrived in the U.S. Drawn to the flavors of the South, Chef Gutierrez soon found himself in Memphis as Chef de Cuisine at the Peabody Hotel’s Chez Philippe.
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From the Andes to the Cellar: Argentinean Wines
Argentine wine is not a new phenomenon, but the wide-spread quality is.
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Gifts From The Kitchen
Great food is synonymous with the holidays. Whether creating a celebratory feast, a cocktail party to ring in the season, or edible gifts for family and friends - the kitchen is an active place this time of year.
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Good Morning Vietnam
We will remember these days in Vietnam, that the world is more alike than different, that food can be the catalyst to join us around a common table, and that we are more alike than different.
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Grilling Recipes from Bobby Flay
I’m going to put a new and colorful twist on southwestern cuisine," said Bobby Flay, host of Food Network’s FoodNation and Boy Meets Grill, just before the 1991 opening of the now-celebrated Mesa Grill. Since then the flame-haired man from Manhattan has earned critical acclaim, including Gael Greene’s choice of Mesa Grill as best restaurant in 1992.
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Growing Your Own Vegetables
Whether you build your own flower-box (veggie-box) or purchase one, container gardening can provide relaxation, fun, and a bounty of fresh vegetables.
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Homemade Pasta - A Taste of Italy
Mention Italian food, and pasta immediately comes to mind. While pasta is a staple in every part of Italy, pasta and pasta dishes vary from region to region.
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Hosting a Wine Tasting at Home
Inviting friends to a wine tasting at home is an informal way to socialize, share some good food and wine, and maybe learn a little something in the process. You don’t need to make it a serious, professional-style tasting with white tablecloths and score sheets unless you want to.
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I Think Turkeys Are Supposed to Look Like That
My very first Thanksgiving in Italy was turned into a challenge when everyone got so excited they invited half of Tuscany to join us.
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In the Land of Cocktails
Leave it to these charming New Orleans natives to show that while cocktail alchemy may seem like chemistry, the courses of learning and the final exams are far, far more enjoyable. 
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John Besh Profile

Some restaurant chefs go to extraordinary lengths to find exactly the right ingredients for their dishes. One is John Besh, who once wanted to strengthen the flavor and texture of his veal-stock reductions at Restaurant August in New Orleans by adding collagen, the protein found in cattle that also produces gelatin.

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Las Vegas Culinary Hot Spots
With the opening of Joel Robuchon at the Mansion, and a plethora of upscale venues throughout the Valley, 2007 has to be called the greatest year ever for Las Vegas restaurants.
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Linton and Gina Hopkins: Marriage and Family is the Main Course
Chef Linton and Gina Hopkins, owners of Restaurant Eugene in Atlanta, Georgia balance business, family and being extremely active in their community.
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Meeting Mai Pham
Mai Pham is the chef and owner of Lemon Grass Restaurant in Sacramento, California, a nationally acclaimed restaurant featuring Vietnamese and Thai cuisine.
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Memorial Day BBQ Baby Back Ribs
I’ve had my Viking Charcoal Capsule for a year now, and it has instantly become my favorite cooking tool, hands down. Because of the ceramic liner and finely tuned vents, I can load up with natural charcoal, easily get the temperature as low as 250 degrees, and keep it there long enough to roast a pork shoulder –that’s a good six or seven hours!
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Moll Anderson
Lifestyle Expert Moll Anderson has taken the interior design world and infused it with a fresh new way of thinking. Taking How-To TV to the next level, Anderson believes that if you change your home you can change your life.
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My Time in Vietnam
In Saigon, I closely studied the flavors of Vietnam. I came to love the sticky rice that purposefully clumps together instead of standing apart. I came to know the perfume of anise-scented basil. I pledged, again, my devotion to the pleasant cloy of cilantro.
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Napa Valley Dinner Party
It’s a glorious, late spring morning in Napa Valley. I’m decked out in a borrowed camouflage jacket two sizes too big, crouched on the ground in a vineyard in Oakville, rubbing two pieces of wood together and hoping to God the noise it creates resembles the sound of a female turkey, or hen.
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Niman Ranch: Looking to the Past to Create a Better Future
Good food begins at the farm. Today, food enthusiasts and chefs alike are enjoying the taste of juicy steaks, flavorful pork chops and sweet, succulent lamb, all of which comes from animals raised in America on sustainable family farms using humane practices.
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Oaxaca with Rick Bayless
Dressed in jeans and a red t-shirt, his hair tousled, his Vandyke trimmed, his eyes bright and earnest behind a pair of mod glasses, Bayless looks and sounds like a waylaid doctoral candidate, still enthralled by his research.
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Olive Oil: Looks Green, Smells Green, Tastes Green
The Mediterranean diet has long been hailed as a model for how to eat for healthy living. One of the pillars of the Mediterranean diet is olive oil, and often it’s the only fat present in the diets of people described as healthy for how they eat.
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One Fish, Two Fish - "Green Fish," Good Fish
U.S. Farm-Raised Catfish is listed by Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch program as a "best choice" due to its abundance and well-managed, environmentally friendly farming practices.
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Ordering Wine in a Restaurant
For many people, an awkward aspect of dining in a fine restaurant is the selection and service of wine. The source of discomfort is in not recognizing wines on the wine list; confusion in pairing wines with the food being ordered; and how to appropriately seek assistance.
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Pairing Wine with Food: Considering Body and Texture
As the American culinary stage has gained sophistication in recent years, selecting an appropriate wine for a meal has deservedly become a prominent consideration. Accordingly, a significant portion of the future content of Viking Life will include this topic.
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Pairing Wine with Food from the Grill
One of the most frequent frustrations of culinary enthusiasts about wine and food pairings involves the pleasures of the grill. And, to be sure, there are several aspects of the flavors and textures common to grilled, smoked, or barbecued food that significantly impact the enjoyment of wine.
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Putting Health Back into School
We – school officials, vendors, and parents – are confident that we are helping our children develop healthy eating habits that will follow them throughout their lives.
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Q & A with Chef Donald Link
The James Beard Foundation’s 2007 Best Chef: South, Chef Donald Link was kind enough to answer a few questions about his life, his restaurants and his food philosophies.
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Questions and Appetizers with Chef Morimoto
Chef Masaharu Morimoto – known to millions as star of "Iron Chef" and "Iron Chef America" – is as comfortable cooking against the clock for a live television audience as he is preparing his signature omakase menu at his namesake restaurants.
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Raise a Glass to Lower Cholesterol
Is this simply a highly sophisticated plot devised by Al-Qaeda operatives to weaken the bodies and workaholic tendencies of otherwise intelligent Americans?
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Red and Bleu: Quick Tips for Wine & Cheese Pairing
Whether it’s good old-fashioned Macaroni and Cheese or a Swiss fondue featuring pungent cheese cousins Gruyere and Raclette, almost every one of my favorite dishes to cook features some type of world-class cheese.
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Reveillon Dinners
New Orleans is the kind of town that never passes up a chance to celebrate something. Réveillon dinners began as a 19th century French custom and most of the restaurants taking part offer the event at bargain prices.
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Seattle's Chef Maria Hines: Organic Alchemist
Nominated by the James Beard Foundation as 2007 Best Chef: Northwest, Chef Maria Hines specializes in amazing organic cuisine.
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Serving Sparkling Wine
The first guideline for serving sparkling wine is: Do it. Don’t think you have to wait for a special occasion to open a bottle of bubbly. Too many people believe sparkling wine is only for birthdays, anniversaries, and other infrequent celebrations.
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Sicily: A Feast for the Senses
Sicily is at once seductive and elusive; from the most traditional dishes to cutting-edge cuisine, cooks and chefs throughout the region have been, and still are, inspired by the land.
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Simply Sustainable
Buying locally grown produce or meat is not only better for you and the environment, it is tremendously beneficial to the local economy.
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Stoking the Loaves: Wood Oven Breads
The wood-burning oven, a player in a former version of my Tuscan life, was used only for harvest season celebratory grape pizzas until I launched into bread experiments.
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Stop and Smell the Rosé: Exploring the Flavors of Provence
Provence. The name itself conjures up images of azure blue skies, golden fields of sunflowers, gnarled cypress trees reaching for the heavens, a seascape dotted with fishing vessels, and the pervasive bouquet of lavender, roses, and the sea.
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Stuffed: A Napa Valley Venison Party
My dear friend was invited to an exclusive deer hunt in northern California, but he still had much of last year’s hard-won buck in the freezer. He needed the space. Would I please pick up the venison meat and make something worthy?
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Summer Pleasures From a Tuscan Farmhouse
For all summer’s labors, it brings considerable rewards, not least to farmhouse tables. The season is liberally sprinkled with events that demand festive recognition.
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Summertime Foodstuffs in Loro Ciuffenna
The gardens are offering up cucumbers to marinate into cool, refreshing salads, and tomatoes for insalata caprese, fresh pasta sauces, canning, roasting, and eating in huge bites with just some salt, oregano and olive oil.
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Tasting with the Prince of Burgundy
“How would you like to host a dinner for Aubert de Villaine?" asked my friend Gib Rockwood of Wilson Daniels, a wine importer. I have been a sommelier for 12 years and have had some wonderful wine evenings, but I knew I was in for a special treat.
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The Barbecue Oral History Project
Integral to an appreciation and understanding of the diverse food cultures of the American South is the collection and preservation of the stories behind the food. The Southern Foodways Alliance’s Oral History Initiative seeks to capture stories of Southerners who grow, create, serve, and consume food and drink.
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The Beaujolais Renaissance
This beautiful and rambling area just northwest of the city of Lyons, the gastronomic capital of France, is today in the midst of an amazing quality renaissance.
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The Beauty of Barolo
As the leaves begin to change color in northerly climates the world over, thoughts immediately turn to deeper wines and heartier fare. For me, this inevitably means the return to my dining table of Barolo.
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The Best of Burgundy
It’s hard not to be biased when it comes to Burgundy because I’ve lived here over twenty-five years. I’ve come to know the landscape like the back of my hand.
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The Champagne Revolution
Champagne holds a timeless and special place in the universe of wine, and it is a wine with which so many milestones in life are shared and measured. For hundreds of years the unique sparkling wines of these rolling hills east of Paris have captured the imaginations of artists and courtiers, and the world has been a richer place for the addition of a bit of bubbly.
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The Comforts of Fall
Fall is my favorite time of year.  I love the weather, the clothes, and of course, the food.  Food and fashion are both incredibly seasonal.
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The Contessa of Comfort: Ina Garten Recipes
Barefoot Contessa Back to Basics is the essential Ina Garten cookbook, focusing on the techniques behind her elegant food and easy entertaining style, and offering nearly a hundred brand-new recipes that will become trusted favorites.
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The Culinary Roots of Chef Lee Richardson
Wrapped around the influences of gulf seafood and the culture of Creole and Cajun tradition, Lee was blessed to have exposure to some of the very best home cooking and the areas’ finest restaurants.
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The Edible Schoolyard Project
Bordering the wide steps leading to the entrance of Samuel J. Green Charter School in Uptown New Orleans are planters and beds filled with clusters of bright green herbs and brilliant marigolds and petunias. The plants are much more than decoration: They’re symbols of the accomplishments of the students who grew them from seeds.
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The Golden Age of California Cabernet Sauvignon
California cabernet sauvignon has never been more popular than it is in the first decade of the twenty-first century. But has it ever been better than it is today?
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The Magical 2005 Burgundy Vintage
Just because the holiday season of 2006 is now behind us does not mean that there will be no more gift giving in the next twelve months, as Mother Nature’s gift giving season is about to begin. The luxuriant 2005 Burgundies are coming!
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The New Trattoria Cooking
Drawing on the best ingredients in Italy—and beyond—chefs like Umbria’s Salvatore Denaro are bringing new vitality to the trattoria tradition.
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The Thai Challenge: A Spicy Pairing Menu
I love Thai cuisine for what it manages to pack into practically every dish: a wild spectrum of opposing flavors. Tangy, hot, sweet and spicy flavors working in perfect balance with each other.
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The Three-Ingredient Rule as Applied to Christmas Dinner
My first Christmas in Loro Ciuffenna was fun, Elvis on the stereo and snow on the mountain. Menu decisions were complicated as my so-called mother-in-law Angiola’s response to "What do you make for Christmas dinner?" was "Niente speciale." What? Nothing special?
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Tips on Storing Wine
If you want to join the ranks of wine collectors who put bottles away for the future, you’ll need to provide your selections with the optimum conditions for aging. Proper storage improves the chances that your wines will delight, not disappoint, when you open them.
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Today's Dry Roses: Finding Elegance and Sophistication in Rose-Colored Glasses
Perhaps no class of wine has come further in the last decade than the once lowly rosé. With the days of Mateus Rosé and white zinfandel now firmly in the rear view mirror, a new generation of wine lovers has discovered just how flexible these outstanding, salmon-colored dry wines can be.
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Ultimate Outdoor Kitchens
Today’s kitchens take to the great outdoors in ever-increasing numbers. The outdoor flavors, the experience of enjoying food hot off the grill, the fresh air environment — these all create a unique experience to spend time with loved ones.
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Understanding Wine
Over the past 20 years, the level of dining sophistication among Americans has risen dramatically. The offerings by restaurants, specialty food shops, and even generic grocery stores have expanded to an extent that avails truly fine dining to anyone with the requisite interest.
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Vocal on Local: How Alice Waters Changed the World
She didn’t necessarily intend to cause a culinary revolution, but still, that is exactly what she did. These days you can’t pick up a magazine or read a menu without some chef, editor, or writer extolling the virtues of “eating locally, eating seasonally, and/or eating organically.”
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White Truffle Fever Makes the Season Glow
Sometimes, it’s the more delicate and highly perfumed white truffles that are truly prized.
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Wine & Winter Supper
Epicureanism at this level is indeed rare, but it is within reach, and well worth the effort, of those dedicated to experiencing the best life has to offer.
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Wine and Food in the Loire Valley: The Garden is Open
Like many of the top wine regions in Europe, the 2005 vintage has worked its magic on the wines of the Loire Valley, and there are more outstanding vinous choices currently available from this bucolic region than has been the case for a generation.
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Wine with Chocolate: Limited, but Luscious, Selections
The complicated nature of chocolate lies in its combination of the bitterness and sweetness. Chocolate is probably the most popular food item to present severe challenges to wine.
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Wines for the Holiday Dinner
As we approach the holiday season and begin reading the articles in the food magazines and Web sites about the feasible feasts we can offer our families and friends, we are confronted with the issue of wines to be served.
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Creamy Black Bean Dip
Every time you make this quick and easy dip it will disappear quickly. The recipe is prepared using pantry and refrigerator staples and it is always a hit at summer get togethers. Add some chopped jalapeno peppers if you like things hot and spicy!
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Grilled Sirloin and Peach Skewers
Kebabs are perfect party fare. They’re portable and require no utensils to be enjoyed by your guests. These Grilled Sirloin and Peach Skewers are a nice change from the usual teriyaki kebabs and they can be prepared on large or small skewers, depending on the type of party you’re hosting.
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Grilled Caponata Bruschetta
The combination of savory vegetables like eggplant and onion with tangy olives and capers, sweet golden raisins and crunchy pine nuts is what makes caponata so delicious. Increase the flavor by grilling the eggplant and onion and you’ve taken something good and made it great.
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Lemon-Pecan Tassies
Dessert is often a quandary at parties in which heavy hors d’oeuvres are served, since opting for a classic dessert requires plates and forks or spoons. These Lemon-Pecan Tassies fill the bill. They’re pretty and not too sweet.
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Category: Desserts  
Apple Butter Barbecued Shrimp
Few appetizers are more crowd-pleasing than plump shrimp wrapped in bacon. Give the shrimp a coating of maple syrup, apple butter and Dijon mustard before wrapping in the bacon and you’ll take the ubiquitous combination to new heights.
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Category: Appetizers  
Quick Beef and Broccoli
Although I'm relatively unfamiliar with the customs of the 15-day Chinese New Year celebration, it’s a great opportunity to introduce Chinese cuisine at the dinner table.
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Category: Featured Recipes   Main Dishes  
Unrolled Cabbage Soup
The soup delivers all the flavors of my favorite cabbage rolls, without the fuss. Once the cabbage is cooked down, and the soup is flavorful, I serve it over rice for a delicious winter meal.
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Category: Featured Recipes   Soups and Salads  
Dirty Shrimp
This spicy shrimp, served in a chafing dish, makes a delicious hors d’oeuvre or spicy entreé served over rice.
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Category: Featured Recipes   Main Dishes  
Champagne Shrimp with Rosemary
When ringing in the new millennium, don’t limit the champagne to toasting the New Year. Save a little for this recipe for Champagne Shrimp with Rosemary.
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Sweet-Hot Cocktail Meatballs
Cocktail meatballs are retro party fare. This recipe for Sweet-Hot Cocktail Meatballs is straight from my mother’s recipe files but created with a new twist.
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Category: Featured Recipes   Appetizers  
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