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Cheese crisps, stuffed grape leaves, and more finger foods for entertaining.
Chicken Flautas for Cinco de Mayo Judy Haubert
Baked instead of deep-fried, these chicken flautas leave you more time for margarita drinking.
A sumptuous spread, including gravlax, juicy beef skewers, and delectable risotto balls, helps ring in the New Year.
Menu Turistico—a blog written by two Italians with an appetite for great food and photos—has been enticing us with mouthwatering dispatches from across Europe. Continue...
Rooting for the New Orleans Saints? We've got a menu of Cajun, Acadian, and Southern specialties that'll keep you well-fed during the championship game.
Super Bowl Snacks
To showcase their versatility, we've collected 15 green olive recipes to inspire you, from simple fried green olives to an aromatic Moroccan tagine of chicken, olives, and lemon.
Preparing a Thanksgiving feast calls for a lot of time and energy, which is why we like to have snacks on hand for all the hard-working cooks in the kitchen. These 12 super-simple recipes—for herbed olives, gouda and apple butter sandwiches, ricotta crostini, and more—will nourish and delight as you spend the day cooking, while still being light enough not to spoil anyone's appetite.
Tomato season just may be our favorite thing about summer. We've got 12 delicious recipes: roast them 'til they're sweet as candy, cook them into homemade tomato paste, or eat them fresh with just a little olive oil and salt.
Sweet and savory recipes for this juicy fruit.
Whether you're troubleshooting, expanding your menu at the last minute, or simply coming to the menu-planning game a little late, these recipes feature easy-to-find ingredients and promise to save you time in the kitchen this Thanksgiving.
Luscious figs are a succulent, versatile, but sometimes forgotten summer treasure. Our 12-recipe collection covers the entire meal, from an appetizer of prosciutto rolls to a dessert of fig and almond cake.
Zen and the Art of Hors d’Oeuvres Beth Kracklauer, Deputy Editor
Mom's repertoire of hors d'oeuvres was broad—everything from salty Smithfield ham buns to oysters Rockefeller—but the cheddar olive balls were my favorite for many reasons, not least of which was the fact that making them was much like playing with Play-Doh. Continue...
Sweet and salty Gorgonzola melts with leeks in a savory baked custard. Topped off with shredded Parmesan and browned on top, it gains a crispy exterior that gives way to the creamy center. Continue...
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