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In a Nutshell: Pesto Fish Season desired amount of salmon, sea bass, or halibut fillets with salt and lemon pepper. Spoon a few heaping tablespoons of homemade or store-bought pesto on top of each piece. Bake at 400°F (200°C) for 15 minutes. Enjoy! —Rorie Weisberg FT Help Me! What’s your foolproof method for easy-to-peel hardboiled
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In a Nutshell: Pesto Fish Season desired amount of salmon, sea bass, or halibut fillets with salt and lemon pepper. Spoon a few heaping tablespoons of homemade or store-bought pesto on top of each piece. Bake at 400°F (200°C) for 15 minutes. Enjoy! —Rorie Weisberg FT Help Me! What’s your foolproof method for easy-to-peel hardboiled
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Refreshing Summer Drink Buy your favorite flavor of fruit smoothie in a bottle (I like Bolthouse Farms) and blend it with ice. The texture is so creamy and delicious. For the grownups, add a splash of vodka or rum to make a perfect summertime slushy cocktail! —Miriam (Pascal) Cohen   FT, Help Me!! How do

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Roasted Green Beans Slice three shallots and place on a parchment-lined baking sheet along with one pound of green beans. Drizzle with 3 Tbsp olive oil and season with kosher salt and pepper. Roast at 425°F (220°C) for 15 minutes. (If using haricots verts, check after 10 minutes.) —Rivky Kleiman FT, help me! How do

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Warm Friday Night Garlic Place peeled garlic cloves in a foil pan. Add a drop of salt and cover with olive oil. Bake at 300°F (150°C) for 1 hour, or until the garlic is a golden-brown color. For best results, serve warm. —Esther Ottensoser   Just Sayin’ What is one “unhealthy” store-bought treat that you

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Chilean Sea Bass I spray a nonstick pan with olive oil spray, and then sprinkle spices directly into the pan and heat them up. Once the spices are hot, I add the Chilean sea bass fillets and cook for 2–3 minutes on each side, depending on thickness. This can be done with tilapia, too, and

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One-line recipe: Pineapple Vegetable Pizza My favorite quick and easy lunch is pineapple vegetable pizza. I buy premade pizza crusts and keep them in the freezer, so they’re always on hand. I sauce it and top it with mozzarella, feta, onion, mushroom, and pineapple. Delicious! —Naomi Nachman Review It I found a new chummus brand

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