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Chef Johnny Church pairs stone fruit with heirloom tomatoes, plus creamy compressed yogurt.

MTO Café offers a sweet salad for the hotter months

July 16th, 2014

Chef Johnny Church pairs stone fruit with heirloom tomatoes, plus creamy compressed yogurt.

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  • Chef Tim Doolittle teaches you how to make restaurant-perfect octopus at home.

  • Oven-dried tomatoes. Jufran banana ketchup. Panko breadcrumbs. Wagyu beef. Are you ready?

  • Where can you find the best Mexican food in Las Vegas? Mom’s house. We went straight to the source for this recipe.

  • BAM! Kick up your Big Game spread with bar bites from the chef's Palazzo eatery, Lagasse's Stadium.

  • Chef Peter Scaturro’s take on this dish blends fresh flavors into a hearty meal.

  • Try this drumstick recipe from the MGM eatery's Anthony Schutz.

  • Turkey day snacking will be a breeze thanks to this recipe from chef Mitchell Roberts.

  • Canned cranberry sauce? You can do so much better.

  • Learn to balance spicy with cool by making this fusion dish at home.

  • The trendy grain finds a tasty partner at Luxor's diverse steak and seafood joint.

  • Fun, different bar snacks are on the menu at Heraea, including these crispy green beans with chili aioli.

  • This version of Mongolian beef is simple, yet big on heat.

  • You don't have to choose between a big piece of meat or an Italian classic when dining at the D.

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