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Italian Plum Cake is simple and oh-so-good.
Zucchini Ribbon Pasta
Farro salad with olives, red onion, and tomatoes. A four-season meatless option.
Easy blueberry-cinnamon soda.
Toasted pecan gelato.
Japchae is a Korean noodle dish, rich with sweet potatoes and tasty warm or cold.
A tapioca custard adds richness to puréed summertime berries.
Surprise your guests this holiday weekend: Lamb burger with roasted red bell peppers and mint pesto.
Like lemon cheesecake only much simpler to make: A lemon buttermilk shake.
Tonight's light supper: Deborah Madison's Sesame Noodles With Asparagus Tips.
Rhubarb Custard Pie, oh my.
Lemon Cornmeal Muffins with Berries
A rhubarb cosmo makes for sweet early-summer sipping.
Pork loin with poblano chiles makes a fine filling for tacos.
Cucumber canapés with lemon-kissed mascarpone.
Olive oil cake with honey-roasted rhubarb. Lovely lusciousness.
A seasonal fave: Homemade rhubarb soda.
The addition of candied ginger and pecans to the crust make Ginger Pecan Lemon Bars top-notch.
These Dried Cherry Muffins from The New Basics Cookbook are a sweet nibble, and since we modified the recipe to include whole wheat pastry flour, they're even good for you!
Chawan Mushi is a savory Japanese custard, easy to make and delicious.
To make for Passover: Matzo Roca.
Wow yourself: Espresso panna cotta.
Tomato-Jalapeño Chutney is great on burgers or eaten by the spoonful right out of the jar.
Learn to make infused cream, and take any dessert up a notch.
Cheap doesn't have to mean boring. It can mean carbonara — and lots of other good food!
Leftover potatoes work great in hash, but you can make an easy and tasty hash using fresh potatoes too.
A crowd-pleaser made less sweet: Our version of German Chocolate Cake.
Homemade chocolate pudding is perfect mid-March comfort food.
Choose the best vegetable oil for the job at hand.
Meringues made special with the addition of chocolate chips.
Borlotti beans in tomato sauce with creamy polenta — from Rancho Gordo.
Did you know you can buy milk with the cream still on top?
A blood-orange cocktail is a great way to celebrate the last citrus of the season.
Here's something unusual — and at the same time comforting — for dinner: Buffalo Chili.