Sometimes you want a lovely little pot of seafood all to yourself. This clever little take on a French classic, which takes no more than 30 minutes, is for those times.
Drizzle, douse, souse, or otherwise acquaint this emerald elixir with grilled steak, chicken, chops, seafood, or heck, anything.
You can’t prolong summer. But you can prolong raspberry season with some lipstick-red berries, a little sugar, and this unerringly precise recipe.
“Little explosions of flavor” is how the author describes these luscious little orbs of yellow, orange, or red goodness. We don’t disagree. Neither will you.
Japanese grilling at its sweetest–and simplest, with just a quick turn over the coals and a happy little sauce of soy, sake, honey, and ginger for dipping and drizzling.
The defining aroma of an Atlantic boardwalk comprises three things: salty sea air, peanut oil, and Old Bay. You’ll find two out of three in these fries. Not bad.
Grab your appetite, your beer, and your napkins. This burger melds Cheddar, crisped onions, and a horseradish-spiked sauce to messy, if memorable, effect.
You haven’t had chocolate ice cream until you’ve had chocolate ice cream infused with two different types of dark chocolate. Talk about twice as nice.
Consummate sidekicks for fried chicken—both classic and unconventional—to keep everyone at the table happy. We promise.
Everything about this flour-free fried bird is contrary to everything we know about fried chicken. Or think we know. That’s exactly what makes it so darn genius.
Snap, crackle, pop goes this fried chicken, which relies on more than just flour and cayenne for its coating’s beguiling taste and texture.
The name of this sweet and sturdy pie crust in French means “so much better than your silly American pastry dough.”
Plonk unpeeled onions on a baking sheet. Shove in oven. Come back later for achingly sweet, tender, oniony goodness. Accept accolades. See how easy that was?
An irresistible tea cake that’s essentially dessert masquerading as breakfast, lunch, or pretty much any nosh time when you crave something sweet.
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