Ditch the wok this summer and try a rice salad tossed with fresh raw veggies. With just one pot of rice and a quick vinaigrette you can have a light lunch, a quick side, or a vegetarian dinner.
Try this delicious filling of bananas and Nutella with your favorite crepe recipe.
Sweet and spicy, these ribs are suddenly a summer staple in my family's cookbook.
Sometimes French food takes precision and patience, but in 'The Little Paris Kitchen' BBC star Rachel Khoo balances classic recipes with simplicity to make French cuisine achievable every day.
Perfect for rainy summer days, apartment living, party appetizers, kids, or really any occasion, these made-in-the-oven sliders are easy way to feed a crowd.
Skip the cornbread or the biscuits, and try this shortcake instead. The base of the cake is soft like a biscuit with a creamy buttermilk, sour cream, onion custard top.
Bean are as comforting as they are simple. And sometimes that's the best kind of meal you can prepare for your family.
Chewy and moist and yet still crispy around the edges. This may just be the perfect oatmeal raisin cookie recipe.
Grab your slippers, pull on your stretchy pants, and set aside your high dietary standards. June 7 is National Doughnut Day.
Strawberries and mint combine to make a seasonal and refreshing dressing that can be used to sweeten spinach-based salads or enhance a fruit salad.
This savory chickpea dish was part of an Indian buffet at a party, but could work nicely as a side dish. Put the finishing touch on an Indian-themed dinner with these mango yogurt smoothies, or whip them up for an afternoon snack.
A decadent homemade dessert doesn't have to be complicated. Try this chocolate lava cake baked in a slow cooker. Be sure to have plenty of ice cream on hand to top the cake, and plenty of friends to help eat it!
Mediterranean recipes from sun-drenched regions make for light and refreshing summertime meals.
A butterflied pork tenderloin is stuffed with sautéed mushrooms, pear, shallots and sage, then grilled both indirectly and directly.
Make a party with these cookies that pack in colors and lots of extra flavors.
Don't confuse the culinary traditions of Sicily with those associated with the rich red sauces of 'Italian food.' A new cookbook from the editors of Phaidon Press reveals Arab and Greek influences found on the sun-soaked Mediterranean island at the tip of Italy's boot.
At a 'Temple Run'-themed birthday party these Indian-spiced meatballs were a hit with the younger guests, and grown-ups, too. Raita is a refreshing yogurt dip, because who doesn't love to dip?