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Sometimes I crave a simple salad, full of flavor with few ingredients. I was inspired by a salad I had enjoyed at Terra in Century City. White and red Belgian endive leaves along with light green baby gem leaves were combined with thin, crisp pear crescents and creamy blue cheese crumbles.

Key lime pie gets all the spotlight, but this key lime cake hits all the right notes. It plays on the sweet and tart flavors in key lime pie, but infuses them into a fluffy cake and a not-too-sweet cream cheese frosting. The cake layers get their velvety and tender texture through the reverse creaming method. And when all the elements come together, it’s a three-layer centerpiece perfect for celebrating any special occasion.

If there’s something that marks a distinction between the gastronomy of Northern Mexico from the rest of the country, it’s the region’s pride in flour tortillas. Even though they’re available in almost every supermarket, trust me when I say that once you taste homemade flour tortillas you’ll wonder why you didn’t start making them sooner. Their mild, slightly sweet flavor — like biting into a soft, buttery cloud — goes with everything and anything!

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Salmon is an easy main course to prepare when you are short on time. This is a Seriously Simple dish for a quick, satisfying and tasty meal. My preference in chilly months is to slow roast salmon filets in a 275- degree oven.

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