A spring salad with Southwestern flavors and a zesty lime dressing.
Doughnut lovers are crawling the Web to find the best deals on National Doughnut Day.
Dunkin Donuts and Krispy Kreme are celebrating by holding their annual smackdown.
Baking 200 cupcakes for her friends' wedding ended up being a real labor of love.
Pasta tossed with Italian sausage and fresh ricotta cheese.
Memorial Day may mean hot dogs and burgers, but it can also mean aioli condiments, quinoa salad, and rhubarb spritzer.
Summer is the season of eating outdoors. Typically, that means food that is either grilled or packed into portable containers and served cold. From the Monitor's archives, here is a list of 15 recipes – some exotic, some traditional, and all delectable – to help you prepare for your next picnic, barbecue, or day at the beach.
Hamburgers, hamburgers, hamburgers!
Pork sliders are quick to make and can be served as an appetizer or in pairs to make up a meal.
Four variations for turning an ordinary hot dog into a tasty delight.
Memorial Day is a day for parades, picnics, and firing up the grill.
The cuisine of Thailand fuses unexpected flavors – but beware the spicy kick.
Surprise your guests with a refreshing spritzer made with rhubarb and honey.
Forget ordinary ketchup and mustard for your hamburger. The next time you grill, try roasted aioli and blue cheese for an adventure in flavors.
Pair quinoa with citrus flavors for a fresh, spring salad.
Turkey burgers 'livened up' with Asian flavors.
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A sweet, chewy coconut cookie with a nutty crunch.
Incredibly fresh, sustainably caught walleye fillets from the Red Lake Chippewa reservation require little more than salt, pepper and tarragon, then a quick sautée in butter to be delicious.
Crisp, fresh spring peas with their beautiful, light flavor create a delicate soup.