A whole hen plunked unceremoniously on a can and cooked on the grill or in the oven. A tailgating classic that’s simple and perfect.
Given its multitude of tastes, textures, and temperatures, this salad is certain to remind you there’s more to this cuisine than pad Thai.
Just thought we ought to issue the disclaimer that this whole grilled chicken recipe will ruin roast chicken for you. We warned you.
Who knew so few ingredients could conjure such big taste? Witness this robust grilled steak with its pantry-friendly spice rub.
Street food at its finest. (This is the real deal, straight from Malaysia by way of this recipe and your local Asian grocery store.)
“Everyone loved it, including the kiddos.” “Quick and easy.” “Perfect.” “As good as any restaurant piccata I’ve ever had.” That’s what folks are saying about this recipe.
Burnished skin. Juicy meat. An insanely come-hither aroma that pervades the house. It can be yours for supper.
An insanely practical and easy way to put to use any leftover ham and odd bits of cheese from the holiday.
Plain and perfect, that’s what we consider this simple roast lamb recipe. Save it for lamb of such spectacular quality that it makes your soul sing.
The infatuation with all things pork belly continues. Here it’s infused with herbs and left to cook low and slow until mind-bendingly tender.
“Sooo easy.” “Incredible.” “I may never use store-bought sauce again.” That’s what folks are saying about this super simple Tex-Mex standby.
This outrageously satiating riff on Italian wedding soup swaps traditional beef and pork meatballs for turkey with the lilt of lemon.
Brined, salted, chilled, roasted, and pampered, this hen makes weeknight dinner as well as weekend entertaining a feat of ease.
Smoky coffee smooths out the rough edges of sweetly earthy ancho for a flavor that’s a little atypical but altogether lovely.
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