Load up skewers with marinated fish and veggies for just a few minutes under the broiler.
Transport yourself to the French countryside with these simple and delicate little cakes.
Crispy and covered in a sugary glaze, apple fritters are a sweet way to get your 'apple a day.'
Celebrate the flavors of fall: chicken, caramelized onion, sage, and sweet potato in a creamy homemade pot pie.
Even with a chill in the air, tomatoes are ripening on the vine in the garden.
Roast any variety of squash and pair it with scallions and white beans for an easy dinner.
Whether you just need a handful, or want to wow dinner guests with a big bowl of hot fresh chips, you can make your own homemade tortilla chips in minutes.
Brine a few pork chops, season with tarragon and garlic, and grill them up with Italian plums for a smokey, seasonal taste of late summer.
Prawn, or shrimp, cocktail has been a classic appetizer from decade to decade.
Easy to make, and great on everything from a bagel to a sandwich, this sweet and savory jam will leave your mouth watering.
A lava chocolate chip cookie with a creamy Nutella center is so good you might just eat all the dough before you bake it.
Celebrate the last days of summer and the last cucumbers on the vine with a bite of vinegar, dill, and a creamy Greek yogurt dressing.
How a bumper crop of apartment garden tomatoes survived the squirrels this year.
Combine quinoa with sun-dried tomatoes, garlic, and goat cheese for a savory dinner, side dish, or lunch.
Andrea Lynn offers more than 70 ideas for classic soda fountain to agua fresca recipes in 'The Artisan Soda Workshop.'
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.
My husband claims he fell in love with me when I served him a cup of tea at my brother’s house all those years ago.
This plum jam recipe is easy enough to make on a weeknight if you’re an experienced jammaker, or on a weekend if you’re a novice. You’ll enjoy the sweet tart taste of summer all winter long.
These adaptable cookies use tea, mint, lemon, and a powdered sugar glaze recall lazy Southern summer afternoons.