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This salad is tangy and fresh, with just the right amount of heat.
Fried to a golden crunch and served with a sweet and tangy sauce, these gourds are surprisingly delicious.
Steamed rice is a staple of Asian cuisines—this is how the Burmese make it.
This recipe offers a delicious combination of tart green mango and warm spices.
Cooking asparagus in the skillet concentrates its flavor rather than diluting it, as steaming or boiling can.
The apricots and currants used in this dish add just the right amount of sweetness.
The freshest vegetables of the season are the secret to infusing this Italian classic with color and flavor.
This cake improves in flavor as it ages and mellows. Covered and uncut, it may be made two days before serving, and it doesn't need to be refrigerated.
A specialty of Charleston and the Carolina Low-country, shrimp paste—similar to what the English call potted shrimp—is good stirred into grits or simply spread on buttered toast.
Scott Peacock and Edna Lewis, authors of The Gift of Southern Cooking, take a dim view of fancy ingredients added to grits. “People should really leave grits alone,” says Lewis.