Using extra-virgin results in a fruitier, more pronounced olive-oil flavor, while regular olive oil yields a lighter taste. Both are delicious — you won't be disappointed with either result. [From Gourmet magazine].
From Better Homes & Gardens. These savory stuffed zucchini wheels can be made a day ahead: Prepare them up to the baking step; then cover the dish with plastic wrap and refrigerate. About 25 minutes before serving, simply remove the wrap and bake.
From Epicurious. Caramelized apples can be made 1 day ahead and cooled completely, uncovered, then chilled, covered. Reheat over low heat. Cake can be made 1 day ahead and cooled completely, uncovered, then kept, loosely covered with plastic wrap, at room temperature.
From Dr. Weil.com. This delicious, vegetable-filled broth can be served by itself or used as a base for other soups. The vegetables used in this soup are often just added to soup liquids for cooking. This recipe oven-roasts them first, enhancing their flavor.
This is from "Lidia's Italian Table" cookbook (Lidia Matticchio Bastianich). She is one of my all-time favorites! If you can get to one of her restaurants (I went in Kansas City), you will not be sorry. These crepes are absolutely delicious!