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Take a simple salmon, brightly dress with the season's best cherry tomatoes, and hope summer never ends.
Get the secret behind St. Anselm's Garlic Steak-it's Brooklyn's best and a Bon Appétit staff favorite.
No baking makes for a simple and luscious honey-lemon custard. Just steep and let sit while you chill.
Had enough heat? Cold sesame noodles are your defense against the dog days of summer.
These rice-pudding pops erupt with colorful apricots. With some creamy coconut milk, they're the new way to eat dessert on a stick.
Tacos are a different kind of dinner party and the perfect excuse for eating with your hands.
A beautiful vegetable tart with eggplant, sweet potatoes, tomato, and fennel--just think of it as a hearty quiche.
A new take on the Moroccan classic salad of blood oranges, beets, and fennel with plenty of eye-catching colors.
Chocolate Oatmeal Moon Pies ~ The Moon Pie gets upgraded into an indulgent homemade dessert.
Clam, Chard, and Bacon Pizza ~ This skillet pizza proves that cutting back can still be indulgent.
Transformed by the magic of saffron, these poached pears take on an almost regal look.
Dried Fruit Compote with Ginger Syrup
Serve this simple compote with yogurt for breakfast, or spoon it over ice cream for dessert.
Banana Cream Pie with Salty Bourbon Caramel and a Peanut Shortbread Crust
Doughnuts with Grapefruit Vanilla Jelly
Chard and Mushroom-Stuffed Breast of Veal
Roast Beef Tenderloin with Caesar Crust
Gnocchi Gratin with Gorgonzola Dolce
Lemony slice-and-bake cookies
Baked Hawaiian Islands
Holiday Ham With Riesling and Mustard
Pumpkin Walnut Flapjacks
Smashed Baby Red Potatoes with Ancho Chiles and Dry Jack Cheese
10 Tips for the Perfect Turkey
Grilled Pizza with Harissa and Herb Salad
Lemon Panna Cotta with Lemon Marmalade
Barley Stew with Leeks, Mushrooms, and Greens
Grape and Apple Pie
Pumpkin Pear Crisps
An elegant twist on the pineapple classic. You can use any kind of pear you'd like.
Roast Bone Marrow and Parsley Salad is a classic St. John dish that uses veal bones for a more delicate texture and flavor.
The sweet, sour, and piquant flavors of this cherry sauce come together as you grill the pork.
Tenderize the octopus by simmering it at a low boil for about an hour then char it on the grill to crisp the skin.
Crispy Eggplant Fritters with Smoked Mozzarella
You will fall in love with this Pumpkin Seed-Cilantro Pesto, especially spread over pan-seared salmon.