For a taste of Martha’s Vineyard away from the coast make these stuffed quahogs – hard shell clams – to enjoy with an evening drink before dinner.
Versatile eggplant does appetizer duty as a mini pizza crust covered with sweet and smoky barbecue sauce, balsamic vinegar, and sun-dried tomatoes.
Leftover challah is transformed into moist, tender, comforting bread pudding with a rather unique carrot crème anglaise.
This is a dense, yet extremely moist coffee cake made with layers of rich sour-cream cake and a filling of peaches mixed with cinnamon-cocoa sugar.
What could be better than artichoke hearts and spinach smothered in cheese and a buttery crumb topping? Not much.
Alice Waters’ almond cake recipe abides by her rules of “cook simply.” Yet you’d never know that from tasting it.
A riff on the classic Caesar Salad, this salad calls for spinach, radicchio, and bacon. Croutons seasoned with cheese and garlic add crunch and flavor.
Monkfish fillets are wrapped in escarole leaves, which keeps the fillets moist. The monkfish packets are served up in bowls with a tomato-olive sauce on top. A simple weekday meal.
A frozen version of your favorite chai drink. It’s flavored with black tea, ginger, cardamom, cloves, and cinnamon. On top and bottom are discs of chocolate.
These lamb burgers are spiced with mint, cilantro, and onion, and lime. The burgers are pan-seared. Served with an herb salad, the lamb burgers are a hit.
Rich. Buttery. Creamy. Vanilla-y. Just what you’d expect of butter pecan ice cream. Just what you’ll get from this recipe.
Fresh greens aren’t just for salads. Sorrel, spinach and lettuce are pureed in vegetable stock for a flavorful soup that tastes better than it looks.
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