The pink torpedo, which combines strawberry infused vodka with limoncello and sparkling wine, is perfect for a summer afternoon.
Make your own version of harissa, a fiery garlic and chili paste that hails from Tunisia and is used in stews, pasta sauces, grilled meats, and couscous.
Sweet grilled cheese, with strawberry-lemon marmalade, adopts an easy, breezy, summer attitude.
A fresh-from-scratch, authentic New England clam chowder gets made West Coast style with manila clams in place of quahogs.
What's not to love about a combination of spicy pork, oozing muenster cheese, and creamy avocado?
To simply enjoy the pure flavor of pico de gallo, serve as a dip with crunchy tortilla chips. Or use the versatile mix in a number of creative ways.
If you've got some of Cinco de Mayo's best condiment lying around, make your own seis (or siete or ocho) de Mayo sandwich.
'Tis the season for baby artichokes. Learn how to prep them and enjoy them.
A casual linguine toss with shrimp, asparagus, and basil is perfect for every occasion, from a romantic meal to dinner party entertaining.
Make someone's morning with a bacon and egg breakfast tart
Moussaka is the perfect dinner party dish because you can make it in advance and bake it while the party is going on.
I love sandwiches born out of serendipity. Such is the case with this turkey sandwich, served on rustic Italian bread, manchego cheese leftover from a dinner party, and homemade pear butter.
For Mardi Gras, take inspiration from Nola's Napoleon House muffaletta.
These moist chocolate bread bites would be superb with a bold red wine or ruby port.
I decided to celebrate with a drink that couldn't be more appropriate: the Caipirinha.
My new favorite cocktail is called the salty dog. No, it's not a strange concoction with hot dogs, but the cousin to the classic greyhound!
Gourmet's recipe for lasagna is complex, hearty, and comforting. The chunky beef sauce is rich, classic, and fragrant.