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Marinated overnight and slow cooked until falling apart tender, Carne Adovada combines New Mexico Red Chiles, cumin, oregano and garlic in this traditional New Mexican pork dish.
Nothing says summer like a classic American potato salad with mayonnaise, yellow mustard and the crunchy bite of red bell peppers.
Black-eyed pea salsa with chili powder, fresh tomatoes and bell pepper—a perfect complement for curry-marinated steaks—can also liven up grilled fish or chicken breasts.
Chili powder, cumin, jalapeño peppers and fresh cilantro liven up quick and easy turkey burgers.
First created by Big Bob Gibson in 1925, Alabama White Sauce adds a surprisingly subtle, tangy finish to grilled chicken.
The juices of Italian sausages flavor red bell peppers and onions when they're all cooked together on the grill.
Apricot jam adds a perfect unexpected note to this summery sandwich of chicken, goat cheese and arugula.
Cumin and paprika add plenty of flavor but not much heat to Spicy Grilled Chicken Paillards, as do orange juice, lemon juice, honey, cinnamon and red pepper flakes to the sauce.
Grilled asparagus and grilled zucchini make perfect sides for grilled pork chops marinated in red wine, rosemary and garlic.
Hot giardiniera gives this summery Spicy Chicken Salad a little heat and big flavor. It's great on sandwiches or on its own.
Chilled, chunky and chock full of healthy vegetables, this lively gazpacho makes a refreshing, simple first course all summer long.
Shrimp, garlic, white wine and parsley get together with just enough butter for a rich, indulgent flavor in easy-to-make Shrimp Scampi with Fettuccine.
When the lack of reliably warm springtime weather calls for comfort food, Turkey Chili Dogs donâ€™t just hit the spotâ€”they obliterate it.
With dark molasses, black pepper and Chinese five-spice powder for plenty of spicy bite, this is some serious gingerbread.
Celebrate spring with colorful, lively Fettuccine with Fava Beans, Red Bell Pepper and Bacon. Lemon juice and zest help brighten things up.
Easy, spicy Shrimp Rougail, originally from tiny islands in the Indian Ocean, is one of many exotic taste treats found throughout Paris.
The calendar called for fresh asparagus, but the cold weather called for a hearty pot roast. Recipes for both.
Two recipes: East meets Norâ€™east in an improvised Chinese chicken dish that combines chili paste, five-spice powder and... maple syrup? Also, Szechuan green beans with garlic.
Cream, tarragon, wine and whole grain Dijon mustard add up to a delicious, delicate sauce for pork medallions.
A mix of fingerling and baby potatoes adds more than just visual interest to these roasted Rosemary Potatoes; each variety has its own distinct flavor.
Let's get this pÃ¢tÃ© started. This easy, make-ahead pÃ¢tÃ© makes for an impressive first course.
The humble button mushroom packs as many or more antioxidants than its more expensive brethren. A pair of recipes shows that, with the right ingredients, it packs amazing flavor too.
Moroccan Braised Beef, made with golden raisins and an international mix of spices, served on a bed of ditali.
Slow, moist cooking in the oven makes the chuck roast flavorful and fork tender for this Oven-braised Beef Stew.
Lemon Flaxseed Cake: A delicious, healthy excuse for warming up the kitchen this winter.
Quick, simple and simply delicious: Pan-grilled Citrus Yellowtail and Soba Noodle Salad.
Two recipes for the price of oneâ€”coriander-crusted, barely cooked Hawaiian yellowtail and wasabi mashed potatoes
Lentils and kale come together in a hearty, healthy, flavorful soup that's quick enough for a weeknight dinner.
Salt-tenderized steak with Argentine chimichurri sauce and a side of spicy roasted potatoes.
Herb roasted chicken thighsâ€”versatile, delicious, foolproof and so easy you can even make them when you're hungover.
Brazilian rice teams up with spicy Cajun shrimp for a satisfying meal on a cold night.
Mascarpone: Italian for easy, elegant desserts.
No tomatoes were harmed in the making of this flavorful, tomato-free Italian dish, Rosemary Sage Chops.
Non-traditional ingredients--fresh ginger, bay leaf and oregano, for instance--give this big-flavored White Chili more spice than fire.