Chef Sisha Ortúzar curates the type of meal you would have with your family on a Sunday afternoon in Chile. Begin with traditional snacks and pisco sours, and move on to a leisurely, family-style lunch of Chilean bean stew and pastel de choclo, a beef, chicken and corn pie. End the meal with dulce de leche cookies sandwiches—the perfect sweet bite before a siesta.
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To celebrate Chinese Lunar New Year, gather friends in your kitchen and teach them how to wrap dumplings for a grand dumpling feast.
Homemade chips recipes and dips recipes for a crowd-pleasing, casual spread.
A classic birthday party menu: pizza, mac 'n cheese, and gooey chocolate-frosted cake.
For a cold winter night, gather your friends to linger over an elegant meal of buttery-rich, timeless French classics.
This menu, featuring authentic restaurant recipes from New Orleans, is dedicated to the best seafood and the boldest flavors of the Big Easy.
Easter Sunday in the South brings to mind fancy Easter bonnets and pastel dresses, kids hunting for eggs on the lawn, and big pitchers of iced tea—or cocktails, depending on your mood. Host your own Easter celebration with this Southern-inspired menu featuring all the classics: glazed ham, buttery crescent rolls, deviled eggs, and of course fluffy coconut cake.
Eggs, potatoes, fruit, sweet rolls, and the smell of fresh coffee — there's nothing like a classic brunch with friends or family on a Sunday. For this menu, we've elevated the usual dishes for a special occasion, and thrown in plenty of spring's bounty: a fresh asparagus frittata, a sweet-tart rhubarb compote, and a string bean and mint salad complement a savory potato-and-lox galette and sweet orange rolls.
There's nothing like a good steak, and the ones from Las Vegas steakhouses are legendary. Conjure up a leather booth, mix a martini or a Manhattan, and tuck into this classic menu: iceberg wedges with creamy blue cheese, crisp home fries, creamed spinach, and a perfectly-seared steak topped with a velvety horseradish zabaglione.
Cool salsas and bright, refreshing flavors make Mexican food a warm-weather staple, but when the weather is cool, we look to the country's homey stews, braised meats, and fresh hot tortillas. This menu of hearty Mexican comfort food will warm you against the January chill. Feast on spicy, soupy pinto beans, tomato-hued Mexican rice, and asado de bodas, a spiced pork stew that's perfect mopped up with fresh corn tortillas. Finish off the meal with "impossible" chocolate flan, a cup of milky warm horchata blanca, and dreams of sunny Mexico.