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The combination of blackberries and raspberries in this favorite old-time dessert is lovely; blueberries are good in it...
The rosy blush of these radish pickles deepens as they sit, but if tossed with the dressing too far in advance, they...
Skewered Tuna Niçoise
The components of a salade Nicoise take on a delicious new dimension when grilled. Buy anchovies packed in olive oil...
This simple salad of chopped summer vegetables and herbs is typical of country salads served throughout the...
Here we top lightly sweetened peaches and blackberries with sparkling wine for a refreshing summer dessert.
Minted Lime Liquado
This bright-green mint-lime cooler was inspired by the light fruit-and-ice shakes of Mexico.
Summer Potato Salad
Our take on this potato salad has a light creamy dressing made with nonfat yogurt and low-fat mayonnaise and gets a...
Here we cook dried apricots in fresh orange juice until thickened, then spoon the mixture over vanilla frozen yogurt...
Simplicity itself, applesauce from a jar becomes quite special when warmed and laced with raspberries.
Fruit juice is the base of this quick raspberry sauce that goes well with fresh fruit, frozen yogurt or a slice of...
Real Raspberry Vinaigrette
Pureed raspberries thicken this beautiful rose-colored dressing. It's a perfect accent for fresh spinach or...
Slivered garlic and freshly grated nutmeg flavor this simple potato gratin.
Egg Drop Soup
Garlic and ginger flavor the broth of this egg drop soup.
Glazed Poppy-Seed Cake
The perennially popular poppy-seed cake looks dressy with a simple glaze—with very little fuss.
A lightly spiced cake with a dramatic topping of glistening plums—it's perfect for a September birthday.
Perfumed with vanilla and brandy, these nectarines are elegant in their simplicity. Use only perfectly ripe, juicy...
Try serving these gingersnap-crusted bananas as an April Fools' joke—they look like breaded scallops, especially...
Melon Balls in Port
The traditional pairing of melon and port is updated with a little lime juice.