Assembling a meal from a selection of small plates is a great way to do Valentine's day—indulgent, not too heavy, and perfect for sharing. Try our menu of meze for an intimate, but casual, dinner for two.
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An elegant and romantic French-inspired dinner for two will help you celebrate Christmas or New Years with your special someone.
Celebrate harvest season with this rustic menu inspired by the farm-fresh fare of Northern California.
An eclectic mix of favorite Nordic dishes makes a perfect cold weather menu to share with friends this winter.
Influenced by its geographical neighbors (North Africa and Morocco), colonialism (France and Portugal), and recent immigration (from Asia and Vietnam), Senegal's cuisine is multifaceted and full of intense flavor. This menu, featuring the national dish of thiéboudienne, is a pleasing collision of flavors and textures.
Summertime is all about the barbecue. Keep it simple with this menu of easy classics.
Few dishes are as satisfying, inviting, and uncomplicated as a beautifully roasted chicken. Redolent of sage and garlic and paired with simply prepared winter vegetables, it's a casual and cozy meal for four, a menu that's easy enough to serve on a weeknight or a busy weekend evening.
After a long few months of holiday celebration, we're ready for something simpler. For a warming, hearty, wholesome meal, we love pairing Senate Bean Soup with bright counterparts like a raw kale salad and lemon-roasted vegetables.
Whether you're a southern belle or a born and bred yankee, you can serve your guests in true Southern fashion with our Southern Sunday Tea Party Menu: delicate sandwiches, cognac-laced punch, pitchers of sweet tea, and a fancy coconut layer cake to finish off the afternoon.
A big bowl of chicken and sausage gumbo, served with fresh cornbread, collards, and crispy fried okra makes for a satisfying fall dinner. End the meal with traditional Acadian syrup cake and some Cafe Brulot, a warming, brandy-spiked coffee drink.