Redolent of cumin, green chiles and marjoram—an underutilized herb that adds unexpected flavor—this creamy one-pot chili is easy to pull off on a weeknight. Serve it with cornbread or corn tortillas Turkey
Buy the freshest salmon you can find—wild salmon, if it’s available—for this flavorful starter. This recipe is easily doubled to serve more, and makes a great appetizer to enjoy with white wine or Champagne
The key to moist and flavorful fried chicken is to soak the chicken in a salt solution, or brine, for a few hours before frying. Here, the brine also includes tangy buttermilk, herbs, garlic and cayenne
This pulled pork, doused in a sweet-and-sour soaking sauce with a generous helping of peach jam, is perfect summer picnic fare. Serve it on a platter alongside soft sandwich rolls, sliced dill pickles
Aatxe chef Ryan Pollnow’s Fino-Steamed Mussels with Chorizo and White Beans. To make the mussels that he served at his Spanish-inspired feast in wine country, Aatxe chef Ryan Pollnow relies heavily on
Literally “green chile,” this popular Mexican-influenced stew on the menu at many taquerias could not be simpler to prepare using a slow cooker, making it a perfect choice for One Pot Wednesday. Bite-size
Looking for a show-stopping dish for your Labor Day cookout? Try these hot dogs, topped with a big spoonful of smoky chili and wrapped in a grill-toasted bun. We suspect they’ll become a new tradition.
In this variation on the classic burger, onions and bell peppers cook alongside the meat patties on the grill. The burgers are topped with the vegetables and served on toasted buns slathered with pesto
A grilled pork chop makes a classic summer dinner for a low-key weeknight or a cookout with friends, but you may be inclined to shy away from it if you haven’t yet mastered the technique of making one.
A bowl of marinara-tossed spaghetti topped with plump meatballs is a family dinner favorite. These meatballs call for a combination of beef and pork for extra flavor, but you can also make them with ground
The cheeseburger is an American culinary icon, and anyone who fires up a grill needs a recipe that honors that status. A good cheeseburger is a pleasure, but a great cheeseburger is an experience. Prepare
Here’s a twist on a Memorial Day classic! Grilling chicken wings instead of frying them gives them a wonderful charred smoky flavor. This recipe is in the style of the famed buffalo wings, smothered in
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