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Curtis Stone uses kale and walnuts to flavor his lemony pasta, but the surprise ingredient is fresh, bright basil, wh...

The double dose of lemon in these simple, delicious British puddings gives them an extra hit of delicious tangy flavo...

Celebrity chef Curtis Stone makes his delicious pasta sauce by braising duck legs in white wine with dried porcini, p...

The secret to these luscious meatballs is using ground beef that has a fairly high fat content and mixing it with fre...

Hugh Acheson has a clever trick for testing the doneness of his creamy polenta: When it starts to pull away from the ...

To go with his tender braised short ribs, Hugh Acheson puts a spin on the classic Southern side of collard greens by ...

It's worth taking the time to brine High Acheson's tender pork dish overnight, since the brine imparts tangy, sweet f...

Giada De Laurentiis is a chicken cacciatore expert: She's been making variations of it for years. For this exceptiona...

This updated version of a Stone Wall mixes rum with ginger beer and apple cider for a refreshing cocktail. Slideshow...

Known as tagliata (which means "sliced" in Italian), this Tuscan-style sirloin steak is grilled over incredibly high ...

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