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Season 10 of “Sara’s Weeknight Meals” Started October 6th!

Welcome to my new season! Here’s my photo crew. Season 10 will have more of my trademark tips and tricks, easy family meals and guests from every corner of the world. Hope you’ll tune in! In the first episode, “Creole Kitchen Secrets”, I share a very special jambalaya recipe and…

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Blackened Fish

Makes 4 servings Hands-on prep time:  20 minutes Total preparation time:  58 minutes 1 1/2 pounds tilapia 2 cups whole milk 3/4 cup all-purpose flour 3 tablespoons Creole Spice mix, recipe follows 1 teaspoon kosher salt 4 to 6 tablespoons vegetable oil Lemon wedges, for garnish Tartar Sauce, recipe follows…

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Jambalaya

NOTE: This recipe can be cut in half and all proteins don’t have to be used (i.e. shrimp can be omitted) but are highly recommended. Serves 6 to 8 2 tablespoons butter 1 small onion, diced 3 celery stalks, diced 1 small green bell pepper, diced 4 garlic cloves, minced…

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Here’s the Jean Anderson Chicken recipe I made on the Rachael Ray Show.

Here is my latest version of the Chicken recipe that I made on The Rachael Ray Show on September 15th. I originally learned how to make it from my friend and mentor, Jean Anderson (see photo below). When Rachael asked me to come on her show and make someone else’s…

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On September 15th, I appeared on the Rachael Ray Show.

Hope you caught me on the Rachael Ray Show. Curtis Stone, Jacques Pépin and I each cooked a recipe from one of our own favorite chefs that we wish we had written. Find it here.  

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September 6th is a very special day at our house.

I married this guy on September 6th forty years ago. Here we are on our second anniversary in 1982. One thing is still true: life is not dull with Bill Adler.

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I stopped by Radio Cherry Bombe to chat with guest host V Spehar.

Had a great time chatting with guest host V Spehar on @cherrybombe’s Radio Cherry Bombe! I share how I got the job as Julia Child’s assistant and what it was like working with her. V and I talk about my favorite summer produce and just what to do with it. You…

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Hope you’ll check out “The Science of Baked Alaska” written by a friend I worked with at “Gourmet.”

Jolene, a friend and food writer from my Gourmet days,  just wrote a comprehensive science of Baked Alaska! It’s worth a read! You’ll find it in her Time Travel Kitchen here.

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Pearl Oyster Bar is back!!!

If you have never been to this iconic restaurant on Cornelia Street in NYC you must go now. I dined there with the fam and yikes, it was so good I almost forgot to take photos. I loved everything – the raw oysters, the fried oysters, the crispy shrimp with…

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We dined at this amazing restaurant, Oberlin, in Providence, RI.

A few weeks ago we found ourselves in Providence, Rhode Island and we dined at this amazing restaurant, Oberlin, which is all about seafood. Everything was superb but especially the crudo. If you find yourself downtown, you must go there!! And then wander around – RISD has clearly put its…

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