“A beautifully seasoned, boldly spiced, highly aromatic, succulent, handsome chunk of pig.” That’s what folks are saying about this.
“A pretty killer combination of broccoli and Cheddar.” “As perfect as perfect can be.” That’s what folks are saying about this recipe.
An insanely practical and easy way to put to use any leftover ham and odd bits of cheese from the holiday.
A creamy, milky, not egregiously sweet, altogether lovely argument for sticking with a classic—in this case, a Spanish classic.
Plain and perfect, that’s what we consider this simple roast lamb recipe. Save it for lamb of such spectacular quality that it makes your soul sing.
Because mom loves flowers, sweets, and beautifiul things. Can you just imagine these delicate little lovelies strewn across her fave cake?!
These wee biscuits are spectacular just with a smidgen of butter, but slap some ham or turkey on them and woah.
All the flavor of traditional pain d’épices, none of the gluten. This super simple cake certainly has some je ne sais quoi.
Warning: This tart is best when consumed within a few hours of emerging from the oven. We don’t see this as being a problem.
If you’re a pickled eggs virgin, you’re in for something quite special—and not just because these little lovelies are so pretty in pink.
Strange how such a sweetly stunning sensation can be just sugar, cream, flour, and vanilla. Couldn’t be easier—or more addictive.
This cake, a nod not just to Queen Victoria but British sensibility, defines the very notion of simple yet sophisticated.
Michel Richard lets loose with some fanciful flourishes in fashioning this lovely tart—both the recipe and the artsy rendering.
What’s chrain, you ask? It’s a heck of a traditional condiment with a bite to it. And it’s coming to a holiday table near you.
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