Mardi Gras food consumed the day before Lent is celebrated in German-American kitchens with decadent doughnuts.
Green is the color of spring, growth, and spicy hot and sour lime soup.
Rich comfort food favorites are given 'makeovers' into healthy and delicious dishes.
A Cuban sandwich stuffed with ham, cheese, and pickles is the best way to eat up leftovers.
Meyer lemons add brightness to linguine with scallops.
Why serve french fries on the side of a grilled cheese sandwich when you can enjoy mashed potatoes inside one?
These decadent chocolate cookies with rich coconut will become an instant family favorite.
Braising endives reduces its bitter edge and draws out more subtle flavors.
Spanakopita is a savory Greek pastry filled with spinach and feta cheese.
Oscar party delights: Serve up these dishes inspired by the 10 Best Picture nominees.
Lamb and root vegetables team up for a hearty, satisfying lamb stew.
Toad in the Hole is a classic slice of English culinary heritage.
Homemade white garlic pizza with a generous topping of tiny shrimp.
In Port-au-Prince the streets bustle with sights, sounds, and the smells of cooking street food.
Pavlova is a meringue topped by fruit invented by a chef who named it after Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova when she toured New Zealand.
This version of Spanish paella combines the rich flavors of garlic, saffron, chorizo, roasted chicken legs, and shrimp.
Fresh herbs, crispy shreds of papaya, crunchy pickled vegetables, and spicy nuoc mam cham encompasses all the flavors of Vietnamese cuisine.
During Queen Elizabeth II's first state visit to the United States she and Prince Philip dined at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City.
Butternut squash packaged perfectly in the pillowy pastry of a turnover.
The Egyptian revolution calls for a plate of ful medames, or Egyptian brown fava beans, Egypt's national dish.