This ever-so-slightly cooked salsa of sorts works with huevos, chips, tortillas, chile rellenos, and just about anything else you’d think to smother in it.
Keep this on hand for those desperate dinner dilemmas in which it seems you’ve got nothing on hand…and remember you’ve got this.
chile rellenos, poblano chiles are stuffed with a trio of cheeses: Cheddar, Monterey Jack, and queso fresco. A recipe for the whole family.
An updated braised brisket recipe based on Eastern European tradition with black radishes, parsnips, mushrooms, and, uh, chipotle and quince.
Ham glazed with cranberry fruit cocktail provides a tart sweet combination. Garnish with cranberries and oranges for a colorful holiday main course.
The garlic—all 40 cloves of it—turns mellows, mild, and darn near sweet as it cooks low and slow in this French classic.
Golden caramels — literally, that’s what these are in taste, color, and topping. Decorate each caramel square with a bit of 24-karat gold for a glitter look.
For vanilla ice cream purists, nothing competes with a recipe that relies on just the essentials: milk, sugar, vanilla bean, eggs, and cream.
All meaty pistachios and sweet creaminess, this is true Italian gelato. Don’t mind the drab green color; it’s a sign of authenticity.
This French classic exhibits all the custardy creaminess you’d expect. Typically made with cherries but quite nice with other stone fruits, evidenced here.
For this roly-poly, fresh blackberries are rolled up jelly-roll style in a milk pastry. A zingy sliced-lemon sauce is serve on the plate as a perfect companion.
Baked oysters with spinach, parsley, or watercress was a seaside trend in the early 20th century, and a classic in modern times.
A late-summer classic, this corn chowder is replete with corn, potatoes, onion, and bacon. Mmm mmm good.
It’s not easy being green. Or is it? This recipe proves that it is, indeed, at least easy to make something that’s green.
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