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The Times' top 10 recipes for 2008 -- plus a few more

Halibut

We tried to come up with the Los Angeles Times' top 10 recipes for 2008. Really, we did. But we failed.

So here's our top 15, as chosen by the Food staff.

The list includes this recipe for halibut and shimeji baked in parchment, which we loved because it's so simple to make: Cook the mushrooms, wrap them in a parchment-paper pouch with halibut and bake. Even better, you can prepare the packets in advance and refrigerate them until you’re ready to cook. If you don’t have parchment, you can use aluminum foil.

If we overlooked any of your favorite recipes for 2008, please leave a comment letting us know -- we'd be happy to retrieve it for you.

-- Rene Lynch

Photo credit: Stephen Osman / Los Angeles Times

 
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