Here are the Top 10 Stir It Up! recipes that were the most popular among readers.
A late-summer homage to beautiful heirloom tomatoes nestled in a pine nut crust.
Pickled sea beans are delicate and crunchy and add tangy flavor to a sandwich or tossed salad.
A hearty way to start a new school year.
A healthy cooking technique made fragrant and delicious.
A sort-of soufflé that will put the abundance of summer zucchini to good use.
A round-up of recent cookbooks featuring new twists on traditional Southern tastes.
A cool cucumber soup with just a hint of heat.
A prized recipe, reluctantly shared because it is just that good!
Citrus juice quickly “cooks” sushi-grade tuna for this light, fresh, colorful first course.
A pork and cabbage kielbasa was the perfect solution for the bag of cabbage that wouldn't go away.
A grilled cheese that is not fancy in the least but it is most definitely delicious.
A sweet pickle that will win over even those who say they don't like pickles.
Nothing beats a warm blueberry muffin for breakfast.
Crisp cabbage, with oil toasted garlic, mustard seeds, and curry leaves. Nutty with toasted coconut.
Do we actually want to eat tomato and basil salad three or four times a week?
Think of them as a cross between a chewy oatmeal cookie and a slice of carrot cake.
The term napoleon means anything, sweet or savory, that is layered. Grilled summer vegetables make a wonderful napoleon when paired with fresh tomato, basil, and mozzarella.
Simple, sweet, and straightforward. Gifts of jars of jam make good neighbors, too.
Grilled chicken breasts get a flavor boost with a simple, jam-based sauce.