Spring Chicken Pot-au-Feu.

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Neil Perry's adobo-marinated chicken tacos.

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Hummus with lamb and lemon sauce.

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Dani Valent He is the culinary equivalent of Beyonce. He's an author, TV host, and if you cook, you've tried one of his recipes.

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Duck schnitzel

Jill Dupleix Here's the secret to a crazily crunchy schnitzel.

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