Baked beans go with everything at a cookout: burgers, ribs, or grilled chicken. During the summer, when beans are plentiful at farmers' markets, use fresh shelly or October beans to make a pot.
Rice pudding during the summer might seem crazy, but what's better than mocha rice pudding during a summer thunderstorm? Malagkit rice is the preferred rice for this recipe, but Japanese sushi rice or any short grain rice will do.
By George, it's a boy! The world sends congratulations to Will and Kate with edible delights.
Sometimes the simplest ingredients combine to make something absolutely divine. Serve this cake in the morning or for tea and call it a coffee cake, serve it after supper with a scoop of ice cream and call it dessert.
Are your summer tomatoes coming in? A rustic galette serves as the perfect crust for barely roasted homegrown tomatoes with mozzarella cheese and a sprinkling of fresh herbs.
Calling all bakers: We're looking for your best homemade muffin recipe. Share it with Stir It Up!, and you could win a signed copy of chef Joanne Chang's newest cookbook, 'Flour, Too.'
The hearty whole grain wheat bulgur will add a nutty flavor to any salad. Combine it with feta, cucumber, red onions, and kalamata olives for a Greek style salad.
When it's too hot to cook, this summer salad from Matt Kadey's 'The No-Cook, No-Bake Cookbook' has enough protein and flavor to serve as a main course for dinner.
Top soba noodles with sesame paste and your protein of choice for a simple summer lunch.
A quick tomato sauce always comes in handy. Use this recipe to top pizza, pasta, or bruschetta.
Try this healthy take on a favorite treat, which calls for grated zucchini and almond butter rather than flour. The recipe is also dairy-free and can be adapted to be vegan.
A newsroom wide ballot put Oreo's novelty flavors to a taste test against the original. The results? Hardly surprising.
This salad works great as a main course for a light summer dinner, or a side next to some chicken or a pork chop. Massaging the kale with lemon juice makes it a little softer and easier to chew.
Traditional Mexican food uses squash blossoms as flavoring in a wide variety of dishes. Sauté squash blossoms and onions to stuff tortillas, and then use them as added flavoring for a mild salsa whipped up in the blender.
Michelle Obama hosted the second Kids' State Dinner at the White House on July 9. The guests were 54 American children who had submitted winning recipes for a healthy recipe contest sponsored by the White House and Epicurious.
Itching for a summer project? Try making your own yogurt! With milk, active cultures, and a little bit of time you'll have the creamiest, smoothest yogurt you've ever tasted.
Celebrate summer with green cabbage, Swiss chard, red onion, and avocado. These tostadas are vegetarian and vegan, but can be served with beans or corn as a side if you're extra hungry.
White beans are a cheap, versatile ingredient for the beginners out there.