The chewiness of rice, the sweetness of pork, the easiness of a made-for-weeknight recipe, and the loveliness of Asian flavors such as ginger, scallion, and sesame.
A nifty little ooh- and aah-inducing riff on the classic croque madame that’s perfect to assemble ahead of time for big batch brunches.
Who first thought to smother a hot dog with chili and strew it with cheese and cram it into one’s face? We’re talking hero status.
This glazed ham has got a sweet, spicy, salty thing going on that’s simultaneously simple and subtle and super impressive.
This came into existence when a line cook wondered what would happen if he put literally everything on a sandwich. Something spectacular ensued.
Peachy keen. That pretty much sums up how we feel toward this simple, skewer-y, summer salad of sorts. Just can’t get enough of it.
Easiest. Ribs. Ever. Yet with the same scintillating, fall-off-the-bone goodness as their grilled and smoked counterparts.
Easy to make, these chicharrón chocolate chip cookies turn out soft, chewy, ever so slightly salty, and, in a word, perfect.
A Southern classic made from pan drippings and coffee, this little number is going to revolutionize your weekend breakfast making.
This classic brings good luck and sated appetites to all those who partake on New Year’s Day, or so says Southern tradition.
Here’s how to embellish a childhood classic with the help of a little leftover holiday ham and some fancy French mustard.
This glazed ham recipe is baked with pineapple juice, marmalade, brown sugar, and mustard. Ideal for Christmas and Easter.
This Mexican carnitas recipe is authentic braised and fried pork that’s fall-apart-tender pork goodness ready for tacos.
Even green bean haters will devour these sweet and sour green beans doused in a smoky, sweet, tangy sauce with glee.
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