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Parmigiano-Reggiano

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Oft-overlooked cauliflower is elevated to bubbling, golden-brown heights when paired with Belgian endive and small pasta shapes, then covered in a rich sauce. Gruyere and fresh breadcrumbs top the gratin. Coarse gratings of Parmesan are the rustic finish to this baked dish.

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Store-bought puff pastry makes easy work of this seasonal tart recipe from "Martha Stewart's Dinner at Home." For the most flavorful (and flaky) results, look for all-butter brands of frozen puff pastry, such as Dufour. Follow this dish with Shrimp in Saffron Broth and Apricot-Almond Ice Cream Sandwiches for a quick spring meal.

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We love Parmesan cheese sprinkled over shredded radicchio. the salad looks like Mount Fuji, all covered with snow. When purchasing cheese for grating, keep in mind that it is easiest to work from a piece large enough to hold onto. Excess cheese can be kept refrigerated, well wrapped in plastic, and used for snacking or in other recipes.