Grilled cachaca marinated flank steak. If you've ever had Chinese drunken chicken, this steak possesses the same booziness factor.
Celebrate Cinco De Mayo with three salsa from Rick Bayless
Perfect for April showers: Navarin d'agneau printanier, a classic French stew of young lamb with springtime vegetables.
When filled with eggs, tomatoes, and cheese, ham transforms into a scrumptious edible bowl.
Surprise Your Palate With Olive Oil and Rosemary Cake
Slow cooker corned beef and root vegetables served with a giant dollop of horseradish cream.
Corned beef tastes insane alongside dijon mustard, oozing fontina cheese, and buttered, toasted rye bread.
British Columbia's Nanaimo bars taste like victory!
Why buy store-bought milanos when you can make your own this Valentine's Day?
Fresh and fruity red quinoa salad
Celery root and leek soup can easily be prepared a couple days in advance and freezes well!
Unlike traditional eggnog recipes, an eggnog martini serves just one. It's potent, creamy, and really hits the spot!
This 3-ingredient sipper couldn't be easier to pull together; it calls for seltzer, limoncello, and cranberry juice — no shaker required.
I can't wait to use this cranberry and caramelized onion sauce to top chicken or a meatloaf sandwich — and on my Thanksgiving turkey.
A reliable recipe for spiced pumpkin bread that's moist, fast, and doesn't require an electric mixer.
To make BBQ beans, Cat Cora combines three types of beans with barbecue sauce and a touch of cinnamon. The beans are my new favorite.
Score major brownie points by baking peanut butter chocolate chunk bars.
Everything tastes better with bacon, and dates are no exception!
Fresh churned vanilla ice cream can be enjoyed in every season, is loved by all, and pairs with a variety of desserts.
Spicy, creamy onion and tomato dip is one part retro, and 10 parts addictive.
Rather than the traditional tomato-based sauce, this recipe uses a combination of fish sauce, soy sauce, honey, and a lot of fresh ginger!
The refreshment of a blackberry crush cocktail can't be overlooked now that we're at the peak of the berry-picking season!
The In-Sandíary cocktails wows with watermelon juice, peppery tequila and a spicy ancho chile rim.
These avocado coconut creamsicles are surprisingly decadent. The avocado, coconut milk, and cream freeze to a smooth texture.
Reinvent Surf and Turf With Shrimp and Chorizo Skewers
Tossing a ginger dressing over grilled steak with pineapple, radishes, and cucumbers proved to be a great sweet-and-salty combination.
One of these bars — full of brown sugar, toasted pecans, and white chocolate chunks — will have you going blonde faster than a bottle of peroxide.
I couldn't resist trying Bon Appetit's recipe for a Gorgonzola, prosciutto, and fig pizza topped with arugula.
Seriously, it's the best cherry pie you'll ever have. A hint of vanilla enhances the sweetness of the berries.
Topped with a saffron sauce, these mussels are scrumptious. Saffron is an expensive spice, but it's full of flavor and a little goes a long way.
Watermelon margarita popsicles, just one of many things to enjoy when it's hot outside
While I've never met a crab cake I didn't like, when I make them at home, I prefer to use a traditional Maryland-style recipe.
Bobby Flay talks about cooking with the President the day before at the Aspen Food & Wine Classic.
Although you can easily saute them in a pan on the stove, I prefer to bake my croutons in the oven -- it provides a crispier texture.