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Crabmeat is the star in these delicately seasoned cakes.
Gingery flavor and a subtle lemon note make these crisp cookies perfect with tea. They also make great ââdunking...
Pineapple, red onion and mint are a fresh and tangy combination. Serve with just about any grilled meat or poultry or...
A great use for leftover tomato paste. Grilled bread topped with this tangy mixture is a great accompaniment to a...
Rosemary & Olive Breadsticks
Breadsticks are a great accompaniment to so many meals. Here we press olives and rosemary into prepared pizza dough for...
Smoked Mussel Antipasto
Smoked mussels, broccoli, mushrooms, roasted red peppers and provolone come together in a quick and easy antipasto...
Spinach & Citrus Salad
Spinach and red onion join grapefruit in a refreshing salad that would be an excellent starter, or add sliced chicken...
Chestnut puree makes a deceptively rich-tasting filling for these elegant truffles.
The warm, winning flavor of cinnamon can be savored for a long time with this homemade apple lollipop.
Apricot Rum Balls
Quick and easy to make, these apricot-based bonbons are perfect for gifts or last-minute bake-sale contributions.
Orange zest, cinnamon and almonds lend these figgy treats a sophisticated flavor.
Use these meringue mushrooms to decorate any yule log cake. The recipe makes enough to decorate your serving platter...
Duck & Vegetable Stir-Fry
Leftover dark meats, such as duck, goose or turkey thighs, marry well with spicy chile-garlic sauce and lots of fresh...
Creamy Horseradish-Herb Dip
Buttermilk and horseradish add tang to this simple dip that even the kids will love; serve it with an array of colorful...
In New Mexico and Arizona, posole is usually made with homemade pork stock and served at celebrations. For a quick...
Greek Tomato Sauce
Red wine, black olives and fragrant oregano bring tomato sauce to new heights.
Hickory Nut Cookies
Shelling hickory nuts is a labor of love—they are one of the hardest nuts to crack. You may substitute pecans, which...
Pungent and crunchy, these croutons are best when made with good-quality bread.