Halloween hot chocolate (think: liquid candy) is a great way to use up Halloween treats.
Use real apple cider, cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves to flavor this pound cake. Serve it as-is, or top it with a glaze of your choice for a homey dessert or gift.
Warm up on a chilly evening with this cheesy, meaty, pumpkin-y manicotti. The prep work can all be done ahead of time so the dish is ready to pop in the oven after school or work, or even after trick-or-treating.
Whip up an elegant French-inspired side dish with a few humble ingredients. Green lentils, carrots, celery, garlic, walnuts, and goat cheese keep the dish easy, but still sophisticated.
These versatile muffins make a quick an easy breakfast for a school day. Customize the recipe by adding your own extras, like dried fruit, nuts, blueberries, or spices.
Celebrate the flavors of fall: chicken, caramelized onion, sage, and sweet potato in a creamy homemade pot pie.
Pickled field peas work great on salads, with roast pork, or as dip for corn chips. Set aside space in your pantry for a few jars of these, and the peas will remind you of warmer months all winter long.
These adaptable cookies use tea, mint, lemon, and a powdered sugar glaze recall lazy Southern summer afternoons.
Fresh eggs and good bacon are the key to this simple salad, but black pepper really makes it pop.
With simple ingredients and just a bit of chopping, this sweet and creamy pasta dish comes together without much work or kitchen heat.
Southern fried chicken served as the centerpiece. And Julia helped herself to seconds.
National Watermelon Day is Aug. 3. Celebrate by mixing the coolest melon around into a sorbet.
Maque choux is a Cajun dish that combines sweet summer corn and tomatoes with the salty smokiness of bacon.
Creamy cold soup for when the weather is hot and steamy.
Deviled eggs or not, pimento cheese stuffed eggs makes any summer picnic complete.
Classic grits with a splash of vanilla and sugar and heaped with syrupy peaches.
A favorite, all-purpose summer condiment.
Coronation Chicken, as Poulet Reine Elizabeth became known, was created as a balance between necessary thrift and needed elegance.
A delicate cream and sugar cookie to deliver the first flavors of spring.
Try this Southern dish as an unusual side for a Mexican meal.