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Whether you're spending Easter dinner with only a few people or a larger group, you'll need plenty of great recipes to round out your menu. Here, we've pulled together our favorite dishes that will make every Easter celebration the best ever. For main courses, try this show-stopping grilled rack of lamb, impressive pork loin roast, or super juicy ham. For dessert, go big and bold with a Lemon Chiffon Cake with Blueberry-Coriander Buttercream, or flavor-packed Carrot and Orange Cake with Sour Cream Glaze. All of these recipes will give you a well-rounded and memorable Easter dinner year after year. Keep reading for the full spread.
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Anyone can brew kombucha in as few as four simple steps. Here’s a step-by-step guide to making this fermented beverage at home.
Fantastic, tasty leftover roast beef recipes will help ensure extras from last night's dinner don't go to waste.
Defined by an abundance of fresh produce, seafood and smoked meats with a blend of flavors and influences from Spanish, French, German and West African cultures, Southern cuisine is soul-warming comfort food at its best. These recipes represent the diverse genre of Southern recipes, from traditional classics such as Fried Chicken with Tomato Gravy passed down through generations to modern mash-ups like Summer Bean Salad with Potlikker Vinaigrette and Pork Belly Burnt Ends with Barbecue Sauce. Scroll through to see some of the best Southern recipes the region has to offer.
Subtly sweet with a texture perfect for poaching, baking, and roasting, pears make for great desserts. Try any one of these pear dessert recipes—like the classic Pears Poached in Red Wine, rich Pear Sticky Toffee Cakes with Miso-Caramel Sauce, or wintry Gingerbread Pear Loaf Cake—to learn how to use the fruit in creative and interesting ways. Any way you slice it, pears can add sweetness to a baked treat, cheese plate, or show-stopping table presentation. Read on for all of our best pear desserts.
Chicken thighs offer flavorful, juicy meat, and in this roundup, we'll show you how to make the most of them with our favorite chicken thigh recipes. Try using them in a (quick!) Lazy Chicken-and Sausage Cassoulet, turning them into Dinner Hummus with Spiced Chicken and Cauliflower for the ultimate snack dinner, or making them the star of Super-Crispy Fried Chicken Sandwiches. The highly versatile cut can also be transformed into luscious Fettuccine with White Chicken Ragu. Read on for those and more of our best chicken thigh recipes.
A Super Bowl party is a great way to put appetizers and snacks center-stage. But if you're putting together multiple appetizers at once, you probably don't want to spend a ton of time on any individual dish. So we rounded up the best easy Super Bowl appetizers to feed a crowd—or just yourself. Classic Bacon Wrapped Dates and Black Bean and Corn Salsa come together in no time at all, while Crispy Cheese Sticks are sure to please every guest on the list. Read on for even more easy appetizer recipes to enjoy on game day.
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The Super Bowl may technically be an NFL game, but we all know what we're really looking forward to when Sunday rolls around—the snacks. Some of our personal favorites include classics like saucy chicken wings, pigs in a blanket, and chips with dip, with a few beer-infused drinks to match. But we have tons of other dishes in our spread too, including Sour Cream and Chive Potato Pizza, Spicy Shrimp and Chorizo Kebabs, and even Nachos in a Bag. There are almost 40 Super Bowl recipes to choose from overall—even if your team doesn't win, at least you'll have a winning menu.
If you're going to keep one recipe in your back pocket when the weather cools down, you can't go wrong with homemade chili. It's versatile and makes great leftovers, too. Go meat-forward with Short Rib Chili, or dip a ladle in Vegetarian Black Bean Chili with Ancho and Orange. Whether you're looking for a new chili recipe to love or a twist on an old favorite, these hearty dishes are sure to please.
A Super Bowl party is a great way to put appetizers and snacks center-stage. But if you're putting together multiple appetizers at once, you probably don't want to spend a ton of time on any individual dish. So we rounded up the best easy Super Bowl appetizers to feed a crowd—or just yourself. Classic Bacon Wrapped Dates and Black Bean and Corn Salsa come together in no time at all, while Crispy Cheese Sticks are sure to please every guest on the list. Read on for even more easy appetizer recipes to enjoy on game day.
The Super Bowl may technically be an NFL game, but we all know what we're really looking forward to when Sunday rolls around—the snacks. Some of our personal favorites include classics like saucy chicken wings, pigs in a blanket, and chips with dip, with a few beer-infused drinks to match. But we have tons of other dishes in our spread too, including Sour Cream and Chive Potato Pizza, Spicy Shrimp and Chorizo Kebabs, and even Nachos in a Bag. There are almost 40 Super Bowl recipes to choose from overall—even if your team doesn't win, at least you'll have a winning menu.
If you're going to keep one recipe in your back pocket when the weather cools down, you can't go wrong with homemade chili. It's versatile and makes great leftovers, too. Go meat-forward with Short Rib Chili, or dip a ladle in Vegetarian Black Bean Chili with Ancho and Orange. Whether you're looking for a new chili recipe to love or a twist on an old favorite, these hearty dishes are sure to please.
These 32 plant-based recipes span a world of vegan cooking, from enchiladas and chilled zucchini soup to French toast and blackberry-cardamom cupcakes, covering all kinds of meals in between. Explore smart ingredients like creamy macadamia nut and pea milks, nutritional yeast, and ground flaxseed, which add nuanced flavor and texture to these dishes. Keep reading to choose your new favorite plant-based recipes.