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Go with a high quality dark cocoa powder for this recipe. The darker the cocoa, the more chocolate richness you'll get from your cookies.
Smoothies aren't just for summer. Make the most of fall flavors by working frozen cranberries into your smoothie repertoire.
With the days growing shorter, it's time to get back to creative, fast, and easy meals. Serve this mint and lime mahi mahi with roasted eggplant or zucchini. Bonus: the whole dish can be baked on one baking sheet.
This fall salad works a number of ways. Substitute bulgar wheat with your favorite grain, butternut with your favorite squash, and toss in whatever vegetables you have on hand.
Even after a structural mishap, this double chocolate layer cake was saved by smooth, dreamy, creamy vanilla buttercream frosting. Sugared flowers provided cute and unique decorations.
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This is a recipe for frosting fanatics. Mix and match this strawberry cream cheese frosting with your favorite cupcakes.
Life is better with chocolate, and chocolate is better with caramel. This turtle shortbread is an over-the-top dessert worth some extra effort. Share it with others and it will go fast!
To celebrate National Cheeseburger Day an unexpected gift of ground lamb inspired a lamb burger experimentation, with delicious results.
In a hurry and in need of a quick side for dinner? This arugula salad with candied pecans and dried cherries hits the spot. Even the dressing is a breeze.
Trying to find uses for all that zucchini in the garden? Bring a Southern flavor to your table with these fried zucchini fritters.
The peppery and clove flavors of a basil simple syrup mix with fresh lime juice to make a refreshing late-summer drink.
There's nothing like a cup of coffee or tea and a warm scone drizzled with honey and butter on a lazy morning. Use fresh or frozen cherries for this recipe.
There is almost nothing more rewarding in a weeknight meal than shortcuts that actually make a recipe yummier.
There's nothing like French comfort food; well-flavored with fresh ingredients and made with precision and care. 'Cuisine Niçoise,' by Hillary Davis, celebrates simple ingredients and the cooking of the French Riviera.
These popovers are the perfect base for a hot fudge sundae. Serve them with warm Nutella or chocolate sauce, a scoop of ice cream, and nuts.
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Still clinging to summer's last lazy afternoons? Light and fresh with little work involved, this salad is the perfect way to see the season off. Serve it with grilled chicken or fish.