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Peden + Munk

Pork Shoulder with Pineapple and Sesame Broccoli

While pork rib chops would be fine for this recipe, thin shoulder steaks or blade chops have more fat, meaning they’ll stay ultrajuicy even after a hard sear.

Grated Carrot Salad with Citrus and Pistachios

The sour-bitterness of the grapefruit and blood orange make the carrots taste extra sweet in comparison in this salad recipe.

Steak au Poivre

When you flambé the cognac for this steak au poivre recipe, make sure your pan is really hot and your eyebrows are out of the way.

Coq au Vin with Cocoa Powder

You’ve heard it before: You can’t rush a good braise. Take your time browning the chicken and mushrooms and building the velvety sauce for this coq au vin recipe.

Basic Crepes

This makes a lot of crepes. You can halve the recipe if that makes more sense for you, or keep it as is and have crepes two days in a row.

Escargot with Garlic-Parsley Butter

Sadly, you’re not going to be able to waltz down to the corner store and pick up escargots and shells. But this recipe is still worth the effort.

Milk Chocolate Sauce

Use dark chocolate for a less sweet finish in this recipe. Try spooning some over some freshly made crepes.

Garlic Soup with Potatoes and Poached Eggs

For this soup recipe, whack the garlic cloves with the side of a chef’s knife; the papery skins will loosen from the cloves and you can slip them right off.

Cheese Fondue with Beer and Bourbon

Ah, Babybel cheese, the fancy French chef’s secret weapon for fondue—it keeps the molten mixture from separating, and its unassuming flavor lets the Gruyère shine.

Suzette Sauce

This Suzette sauce recipe is great for crepes, regular pancakes, waffles, and French toast. Maple syrup can sit this one out.

Golden Potato Cake

It’s not about the potatoes—it’s what you do to the potatoes. In this recipe, precook them until they’re tender, then dispatch clarified butter (which is less likely to burn), heat, and time to help them become their best selves.

These Gorgeous Pizzas Are the Best Way to Use Up Your Farmers’ Market Haul

Is there a better blank canvas for perfect farmers' market produce than crispy, chewy grilled pizza? We think not.

Grilled Chicken Wings with Shishito Peppers and Herbs

Steady medium heat is best for grilling wings; they need time for the fat to render and the skin to crisp.

Grilled Halibut Niçoise with Market Vegetables

If it looks good at the market, it will be good in this salad.