Fresh crab necessitates only Old Bay, and, on occasion, a bib. But you’ll need only the Old Bay for these summery crab cake burgers.
Small and easy to hold with one hand while you clutch a beer in the other, these DIY sliders are swell for kids of all ages and sizes.
This Portuguese-style burger melds spicy pork sausage and ground beef that’s slathered with orange-garlic mayo and decked out with pineapple and cilantro.
Corn relish can take on all manner of guises. This one gets gussied up with onions, bell peppers, cider vinegar, sugar, and celery seed.
No need to have a stand mixer or bulging biceps to make this maple-y, nutty fudge from scratch. We’ve got ways to beat it into submission that suit any cook and kitchen.
A sheet of carrot cake filled is slathered with cream cheese frosting, sprinkled with candied pecans, then rolled up, jelly-roll style. A new twist.
The classic French onion soup recipe gets a lift from apples, crispy bacon and a liberal sprinkling of Cheddar cheese. A great lunch soup for the family.
These muffins are individual pineapple upside down cakes. Bake them in muffin tins and invert to reveal a gooey caramelized sugar and pineapple topping.
Posole is a thick, hearty soup, but the name also refers to dried corn. For this recipe use canned hominy and pork shoulder. Cook until the meat is tender.
This pumpkin cake with maple cream cheese frosting, well, takes the cake. Canned pumpkin makes it easy, the cream cheese frosting makes it delicious.
Pungent Indian spices make up this masala. Cumin, coriander, saffron, turmeric and garam masala dissolve into a rich sauce for tender, braised lamb shanks.
This recipe from the late, great Edna Lewis turns out skillet-fried chicken that’s perfectly seasoned, extra-crispy, and gosh darn beautiful in every way.
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