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One Ingredient, Many Ways: Cherries Leah Koenig
Make the most of cherry season with recipes ranging from sweet cherry pies and crumbles to tart and savory meat and rice dishes.
From old-fashioned pie to cobbler, crumbles, and jam, tangy rhubarb desserts are the essence of spring.
Recipes without yeast, flour, or leavening for a delicious Passover seder — or any other meal during the holiday.
Collection of French recipes from Saveur.com, easy to make ideas from appetizers to desserts, steak tartare, potato soup, grilled sea bass and more.
Grizzly Bear: Your New Favorite Pie Cory Baldwin
Vinegar Hill House's honey-walnut Grizzly Bear Pie is a clever variation on classic pecan pie.
Beer Pairings: 10 Recipes to Pair with Pilsner Lucy Burningham
A crisp, refreshing pilsner is the perfect complement to a wide variety of foods, from complex spices to simple, sweet desserts.
One Ingredient, Many Ways: Strawberry Leah Koenig
Strawberry recipes from the classic to the unexpected: risotto, juleps, shortcakes, and more.
Our favorite recipes for Easter brunch, featuring farm-fresh spring ingredients.
Outsource Your Valentine's Day with Help From Etsy Carola Cassaro
This Valentine's Day, share these homemade Valentine's Day sweets without the fuss of baking.
Visit SAVEUR's Ultimate Holiday Guide for the finest recipes, including ham, desserts, hors d'oeuvres, cocktails, cookies and much more.
These 20 unique desserts—including heaven and hell cake, root beer Bundt cake, and Smith Island cake—are welcome additions at any family gathering.
When we shop at the farmer's market, as far as we know at least, we're shopping local. That's an easy concept to understand with vegetables, but how about with baked goods? Continue...
Regular readers of this blog may have noticed that I’m a little accident-prone in the kitchen. But I know I’ve got lots of company when it comes to oven rack burns. Continue...
Marcel Proust's narrator in Remembrance of Things Past dips his madeleine in tea. This recipe turns the tables on that tradition: these cakes are infused with Earl Grey tea, and are served with a thick muscavado sugar dip that's spiked with cream and butter.
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Source: The British Larder