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Loquats grow all over Turkey; late May is the height of the season.
Unlike your typical sandwich cookie, these tasty treats are filled with a creamy walnut filling.
Prunes add an intriguing potency to this variation of a traditional French clafoutis.
If you mix plenty of pitted black cherries into what may be best described as a slightly thick crêpe batter, you will have the makings of clafoutis Limousin, a type of cake from rural southern central France that takes its name from clafir, a dialect word meaning "to fill."
Any scraps of smoked meat can be used to flavor this spirited, Louisiana-influenced gumbo: chicken, pork, even spicy smoked sausage.
Sweet, white vinegar–based slaw like this is barbecue’s standard side dish and is especially good piled on pork sandwiches.
Tangy and studded with scraps of meat, these homemade beans are simply delicious.
Beef ribs are chewier than pork ribs, but can be succulent if cooked correctly.
Spareribs do not have as much meat as baby back ribs, but are arguably juicier and have more pork flavor.
Cook these meaty ribs using indirect heat, to infuse the meat with wood smoke, not smoke from the fat drippings.
Crunchy and slightly sweet, onion rings make the perfect side for just about any dish.
Food writer and barbecue aficionado Connie McCabe shared this recipe for perfect grilled chicken—her father's—with us.
Even though it’s called a rub, this spice mixture is meant to be used more gingerly—just sprinkle onto the meat for instant flavor.
Packed with flavor and a bit of heat, this sauce will have you licking your fingers.
The warm, exotic Turkish spices in this dish meld beautifully with the intense flavor of the lamb.