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Christian Reynoso

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San Francisco, CA, United States

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Past articles by Christian:

Toss crab out the window for a surprising cioppino dish starring cod and pasta

This surprising cioppino dish stars cod and pasta, by Bounty columnist Christian Reynoso. → Read More

Leek and roasted mushroom soup takes you from holiday overload to vegetable bliss

Somehow the appetite returns even after the holiday feast. You need a nice bowl of soup. → Read More

A riff on the basic Caesar salad adds Brussels sprouts and crispy-skinned chicken breasts

Shaved and sauteed Brussels sprouts create a lightly dressed, fluffy bed for rich,... → Read More

A summery take on eggplant and tomatoes

So I’d like to share yet another recipe for, yep, roasting eggplant and serving it like the famous summer dish: pasta alla Norma. The difference is there’s no pasta here. That famed Sicilian dish usually pan-roasts chunks of eggplant and envelops them in a quick tomato sauce with herbs and garlic. It’s delicious, but here I take pasta alla Norma’s main character — eggplant — and give it the… → Read More

A picnic-worthy salad you can make on the fly

Juicy tomatoes, smoked salmon and salty Manchego launch a meal. → Read More

Fluffy pancakes with sugared cherries show the love on Mother’s Day

It’s all in the yogurt. Instead of adding milk, I add a mixture of whole-fat Greek... → Read More

Give fried rice a rest. Korean rice cakes add a thrilling texture to stir-fry

Like rice, the flavor combinations of tteokbokki rice cake sticks are sort of endless.... → Read More

Pho meets French dip in these delicious, juicy sandwiches

Two recipes swap the classic au jus for the iconic Vietnamese soup’s broth → Read More

Squash gets fancy stuffed with fennel, garlic and sausage

I used to think stuffing food with other food was sort of gimmicky, like turducken. But... → Read More

For this year’s cookie swap, make these easy yet sophisticated chocolate chip and amaro bars

In this week’s Bounty column, Christian Reynoso offers a cookie bar that will be great... → Read More

Cheesy Brussels sprouts and hot mustard elevate this toast-for-dinner dish

In this week’s recipe, I thinly slice those tiny cabbage lookalikes (part of the... → Read More

Up your ramen game with autumn squash and roasted pork bathed in creamy coconut milk

Start by searing and roasting chunks of the yellow-y orange flesh of the Kabocha squash.... → Read More

Panzanella gets playful with broccoli rabe pesto and creamy feta

You might think this week’s recipe is a trick to get you to make stuffing out of... → Read More

Peaches and pineapple fire up a new take on bananas Foster

Bananas Foster is one of those classic Southern desserts that’s hardly on anyone’s... → Read More

A summery sandwich inspired by ratatouille and Britney Spears

The filling — sliced tomatoes, summer squash, garlic and chives — all scream... → Read More

A summery fried chicken dish that pays homage to a lockdown standby

A Thai-style fried chicken sandwich with green papaya slaw is the inspiration for this... → Read More

This spin-off of a classic caprese takes a few liberties. For starters, it's kissed by flame

This is a caprese-like salad but instead of tomatoes there’s squash. Instead of... → Read More

Not a pastry chef? Here's a Mother's Day ice cream 'cake' to make

Instead of layers of cake and ice cream, this recipe sticks with just ice cream but adds... → Read More

This creamy pasta adds a whole chopped Meyer lemon for a burst of spring

I love butter and I love cream, writes Christian Reynoso. But rich foods need a contrast... → Read More

Have a taste of spring with this bright, herbaceous pork shoulder

Since it’s spring, I wanted to add a lot of fresh chopped herbs like tarragon and... → Read More