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Chef Ryan Hardy got the idea for his sensational crostini from a jar of pickled ramps he recovered from the back of h...

This killer cheesecake has an ethereally light, creamy texture and fantastic crunchy crust made from honey graham cra...

This spicy one-pot take on the New Orleans classic, dirty rice, makes a hearty main dish or an excellent accompanimen...

David Kinch's version of escabèche (marinated cooked seafood) combines sweet crab and crisp vegetables in a spic...

New Orleans cooks traditionally make this smothered greens dish without meat for Good Friday. David Kinch, however, p...

David Kinch playfully combines two New Orleans classics: chicory coffee and beignets. Slideshow: Cooking with Coffee

Goat cheese fans will love the tang that the cheese adds to this sweet and luscious gratin, with its crispy topping. ...

A fresh herb pesto does double-duty in the chicken marinade and in the sauce. Slideshow: F&W Staff Favorite Gri...

Grace Parisi dry marinates then roasts baby back and spare ribs before grilling them with a spicy red-pepper-jelly gl...

Inspired by bubble tea, Bill Kim tops his ice cream sundae with chewy tapioca pearls cooked in lemonade. Slideshow: ...

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