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Island Classics: Royal Bermuda Yacht Club Cocktail, no membership required.
The Mai Tai: This is no garishly garnished poolside tropical mutation; a classic can always stand on its own.
Island Classics: The Fog Cutter
Barrel Aged Negronis: A cocktail definitely worth waiting for.
Pull an August tomato off the vine, bury it under cottage cheese, and you've got lunch
Kale pesto and the joy of (not) cooking in the heat of August.
Shake and Pour Pantry Peanut Dressing: perfect for summer dinner salads.
Beets in a Sweet Thyme Balsamic Glaze: If buying local is a dilemma, you're not doing it right.
Canning and Preserving: Lemony Pickled Cauliflower and Gooseberry Jam
Ultimate DIY Picnic: Housemade hamburger buns and a batch of mayo with the leftover egg yolk.
Two dozen garlic scapes and no room in the 'fridge? Have I got a solution for you.
Housemade Bitters and the Wonderland White Manhattan.
Fresh peas accented with mint and buttermilk result in a soup bursting with bright green color and refreshing and energizing taste.
The cake itself has a spongy, almost angel food-like spring to its crumb but a rich flavor and a clever fresh mint glaze.
Overrun with strawberries? Toss them in salads and preserve them in shrubs.
Spring in a jar: quick pickled ramps with coriander and juniper berries.
Little Debbie, Little Debbie! Mini Bourbon Oatmeal Cream Pies: a classic snack cake with an adult upgrade
Lemony pancakes, flecked with zucchini and onion and stuffed with a slice of brie cheese in the middle. Serve topped with butter and honey.
Easter Egg Cocktail: A small orange peel disk as a garnish gives the illusion of a brightly colored Easter egg hidden at the bottom of the glass.
Spring Asparagus Pesto: Sauce? Condiment? Dip? Yes, yes, and yes. Pass the crackers. Hell, pass a spoon.
Nigel Slater’s Tart of Asparagus and Tarragon, plus roasted potato and Brussels sprout recipes make a lovely spring brunch table.
Salted caramel cheesecake pie: creamy, dreamy decadence.
Fresh paneer made and mixed with peas in a mouth-wateringly seasoned tomato sauce.
Chocolate and citrus and sugar, oh my! A three-cookie platter for a potluck dessert table, including these Citrus Sables.
Yemisir Kik Wot--a fantastic, addictively spicy vegetarian lentil stew
No time for travel? Take an exotic sensory vacation in your kitchen: Harissa and Berbere Paste recipes.
Aunt Molly’s Banana Bread - based on 100 internet recipes and one woman’s memories of Maui #Go366
The Calvados Cocktail: Apples and oranges might not compare, but they mix up into a fantastic, classic drink.
Hungarian Love Letters (Szerelmes Level) to send your Valentine. Easy-to-roll-out pastry layered with walnuts, apples, raisins, sugar, and spice.
Soft, elegant bread flavored with Herbes de Provence. Mix it in one bowl and just a couple hours later it's ready to slice.
Hot Toddy: The colorful history, plus four recipes to keep you warm this winter.
This sourdough bread offers a thick and crispy golden crust with a perfectly tangy wide-holed crumb hiding inside.
A quick Brooklyn-Queens handshake results in this tasty fusion party food: Masala Knishes.
A hearty stew studded with garlic bread cubes to warm and welcome any visitor on a cold night.