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This summer cooler is great to bring along on a picnic or to serve at a backyard party. Pour over ice, if desired.
Inspiration for this came from me being so bored with traditional celeriac rémoulade, which is an old-fashioned French salad kind of similar to this but using grated celeriac, mustard and mayonnaise. It?s really handy to have a good peeler for this recipe. I tend to use capers in vinegar for this dish and it works really well.
In this symbolic, traditional Greek Easter bread, dyed hard-cooked eggs are placed in the shape of a cross. Prep and Cook Time: about 1 1/2 hours, plus about 2 1/2 hours to rise. Notes: In step 4, if you don't have an electric mixer, stir in flour with a spoon until blended, then proceed to step 5. Knead at least 15 minutes. You can make this bread up to a day ahead; cover and store at room temperature (but don't eat the eggs the next day). To reheat, wrap loaf loosely in foil and bake in a 350° oven until warm, 10 to 15 minutes.
Serve this creamy dish with a tossed green salad or a fruit salad.
Bitter produce like endives, radicchio and kumquats are in peak season in winter.
If you love the rich combination of coffee and chocolate, you'll find these brownies irresistible!
Prep: 10 min., Chill: 2 hr.
Since the greens are eaten raw, be sure they're very tender.
Lauren Chattman brings out the taste of the poppy seeds in this cake by soaking them in hot water. She lightly crushes the seeds in a blender before mixing them into the batter. (Recipe adapted from Cake Keeper Cakes.)
Barbara Adkins likes to include more contemporary items, like this white cheese-topped pizza, with her Southern-accented buffet. A couple of slices also make a nice light dinner, especially with a salad or soup.
Prep: 10 min., Bake: 20 min., Stand: 5 min. Leave the mixer in the cabinet--you can mix up this dough with a spoon.
A sweet-and-sour marinade typifies this west Javanese-style satay. This recipe first appeared in our May 2011 issue, with the article The World of Satay.
The spirit of Jamaica's popular jerk sauce comes through in this superspicy, fragrant grilled chicken. To punch up the flavor even more, let the marinade sit for an additional 24 hours before adding the meat. To lower the heat, swap out Scotch bonnet chiles (among the world's hottest) for jalapeños.
While this is a fairly standard bread-style dressing, the addition of the sautéed apples really makes it something special. Not only does it add another layer of flavor, but also makes for a more nutritious dish. Apples and fresh sage are a natural pairing that go well with almost any roasted meat or poultry. Serve 10 Portions of Apple Cider and Sage Dressing
Time: 2 hours, plus freezing time. Store-bought ice cream works fine here, or you can make your own.
This Turkish coffee recipe is common among Serbians ( turska kafa ), Croatians ( turska kava ), Bulgarians, Romanians and other Eastern Europeans. It is made in a special long-handled, usually copper, pot with a lip, but no lid and has kept its Turkish name - dzezva or djezva. Makes a variable amount of Serbian Coffee
For a festive presentation, use these chocolate puffs to top a holiday cake like our Jam-Filled Cake with Chocolate Glaze.
Keep warm on a cold winter's night with a steaming bowl of this delicious white chicken chili.
Don't let these gingerbread people lie out in the sun too long -- their chocolate ice-cream filling will melt. The cookies are decorated with candy-coated chocolates affixed with melted chocolate to create bikinis and swim trunks. Napkins serve as beach towels, shaded by paper parasols anchored (with marzipan) in ring candies.
Here is a recipe for Graham Cracker Crust. It's perfect for cream and ice cream pies as well as cheesecakes. How to Make a Graham Cracker Crust with Photo Instructions
Cooking the rice and asparagus in the same pot of boiling water saves a little time.
Pine nuts, currants, and zucchini liven up couscous for a versatile side dish that’s great served hot or cold. Though included as part of our camping menu, it pairs well with anything from grilled chicken to seared steak. (And is easily adapted to indoor cooking environments.) Note that a full recipe of this couscous makes much more than the 4 servings indicated—we intend for you to keep half of it to make our Campfire Couscous Salad with Bell Peppers and Mint for lunch the following day. What to buy: Israeli couscous has larger, pearl-shaped granules and is more glutinous than the smaller, more grainlike North African variety. See more camping recipes. This recipe was also featured as part of our Picnic Recipes photo gallery.
Spinach souffle is lightened with a bechamel sauce made with skim milk, bound with egg yolks, and given volume with beaten egg whites; it is airy when served right away and similar to a quiche when cooled.Return to Healthy Spinach Menu.
This light, healthy dish found across the Mediterranean is the ideal summer salad. While pine nuts and sumac are not traditional, they add extra crunch and a lemony zip. Serve this tabbouleh alongside some lamb meatballs for a tasty dinner. What to buy: You can find ground sumac in Middle Eastern markets or by mail from Kalustyan’s.
Let ground beef stand at room temperature for 10 minutes before grilling.
This stuffing is loaded with sweet prunes, tart apples, and savory sausage—a perfect accompaniment to roasted meats, especially goose. This recipe was featured as part of our story on The Last Kodachrome Christmas.
Inspired by McDonald’s McGriddle, this breakfasty corn dog has the winning sweet-savory combination of juicy breakfast sausage links dipped in a maple syrup-cornmeal batter and deep-fried to golden brown perfection. Serve extra maple syrup on the side for dunking. Special equipment: You will need a deep-frying/candy thermometer and a tall, narrow container or drinking glass, such as a pint glass, for this recipe. Candy-apple craft sticks give these breakfast corn dogs an authentic state-fair feel. Look for them next to the apples in the produce section of the grocery store or order them online. If you can’t find them, use 6-inch wood skewers or wood coffee-stirrers instead. Game plan: The fried breakfast corn dogs can be frozen for up to 2 weeks. To reheat, place them on a baking sheet and bake in a 350°F oven for 20 minutes or until heated through. This recipe was featured... read more Inspired by McDonald’s McGriddle, this breakfasty corn dog has the winning sweet-savory combination of juicy breakfast sausage links dipped in a maple syrup-cornmeal batter and deep-fried to golden brown perfection. Serve extra maple syrup on the side for dunking. Special equipment: You will need a deep-frying/candy thermometer and a tall, narrow container or drinking glass, such as a pint glass, for this recipe. Candy-apple craft sticks give these breakfast corn dogs an authentic state-fair feel. Look for them next to the apples in the produce section of the grocery store or order them online. If you can’t find them, use 6-inch wood skewers or wood coffee-stirrers instead.
Fresh lump crab is the gold standard, but can be quite pricey. Alternatives include refrigerated, pasteurized cans or shelf-stable cans and pouches; these versions have smaller pieces, so if using, finely chop the peppers and mangoes so they don't overpower the crab.
Three different types of cheese, plus sour cream and egg yolks, make this recipe from chef Ben Vaughn of Restaurant Grace in Memphis especially rich.
Soaking the shredded potatoes in cold water keeps them from turning gray before cooking. It also rinses off some of the starch. Drain and pat them dry, so they won't stick to the cast-iron skillet.
F&W's Grace Parisi likes the sweetness of the mango chutney in this sandwich.
This top-rated salmon recipe gets its flavor from the tangy brown sugar-bourbon marinade and the sprinkle of sesame seeds.
This kielbasa-cheese bread recipe is quick and easy because it starts with a hot-roll mix and requires no kneading. Polish tylzycki, kurpianka, morski or any other semi-hard or hard cheese like Swiss, Emmentaler, Gruyere, or Parmigiano Reggiano can be used. And if smoked Polish sausage isn't available, smoked Hungarian sausage, salami or pepperoni certainly can be substituted. This bread is a natural for sandwiches or with butter, accompanying soup or a main course. View this larger image of kielbasa-cheese bread. Makes 1 large loaf Easy Kielbasa-Cheese Bread Recipe
Dark green poblano chiles have mild to moderate heat. The darker the chile, the more fiery it will be.
If you can't find mache (lamb's lettuce), you can substitute endive leaves. This recipe was also featured on "Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn."
Tender squid shine with just a handful of ingredients and a few minutes on the stove. Serve with lemon wedges for acidity and crusty bread for sopping up any leftover garlic-butter sauce. For a behind-the-scenes look at the Brombergs’ cooking philosophy, check out their Q&A with CHOW
Any sweet dessert wine may be substituted for the Beaumes-de-Venise, a naturally sweet white wine that comes from the Rhone area of France.
Looking for a Thai sauce to use as a marinade, glaze, stir-fry sauce, or dip? Try this tangy Thai sauce recipe! Great over chicken, pork, fish, shrimp and shellfish as well as tofu, this Thai sauce also makes an incredible marinade and dipping sauce. A balance of sweet and sour, spicy and salty, this sauce imbues foods with loads of flavor without adding a lot of extra calories. Also wonderful for grilling, well, nearly anything! ENJOY!
Tomato Bruschetta is one of the world's great recipes for enjoying fresh ripe tomatoes. The way the sweet juices soak into the garlicky toasted bread is irresistible. You can add countless ingredients into a Bruschetta topping, but this classic recipe lets the tomatoes be the star. Makes 8 Fresh Tomato Bruschettas
Pink Lady apples are a good choice in this recipe because they maintain their shape and texture when cooked. Roasting everything together makes for a simple weeknight meal. You can substitute red, napa, or Savoy cabbage for the green in this dish. PLAN AHEAD: Make Friday night's pasta dinner a snap by roasting its cauliflower with Wednesday's batch. Simply refrigerate it in an airtight container, and it will be ready when you are.