A list of all the recipes Adrienne Lee has tested.
We’d be happy to tuck into these layers of messy goodness any time, any place. Thanksgiving or Fourth of July, makes little difference to us.
Perhaps the most indulgent pie crust known to the French, this boasts the notable addition of egg, cream, and lotsa sugar.
Making your own pumpkin pie spice is as easy as dumping spices in a bowl and stirring them together. Also stays fresh and is cheap as heck.
And you thought you didn’t have time for breakfast. We’re changing that with this handy dandy technique.
Rite of passage as well as rite of tailgating, Frito Pie is legendary. In case you’d forgotten about it, here’s proof.
All the flavor of traditional pain d’épices, none of the gluten. This super simple cake certainly has some je ne sais quoi.
Cloves of garlic are slowly simmered in oil until unthinkably tender, intensely aromatic, subtly sweet, and insanely irresistible.
Magically delicate and nuanced cookies that satisfy the little kid cookie craving in an adult sorta way.
Bread rubbed with tomato, drizzled with olive oil, and sprinkled with sea salt. Pa amb tomàquet. Also known as yum.
We’re not going to do a song and dance to entice you to bake this cherry pie. Nope. We don’t need to. I mean, just look at it.
No, not Maine clam chowder. North Carolina clam chowder. It’s a brothier, clammier, lighter chowder. No complaints here.
Campfire cooking’s got nothing on this savvy, sassy, retro dessert that comes together in the comfort of your own home.
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