Celebrating the woman who changed how we cook. Aug. 15 marks the 100th birthday of Julia Child.
Southern fried chicken served as the centerpiece. And Julia helped herself to seconds.
This smooth, chilled soup makes a refreshing first course during a summer meal or an eager partner to a nice fresh salad.
Inspired by Julia Child, this delicate fish stew combines classic cooking methods and ingredients.
It's prime time for tomatoes this summer, and roasting them in olive oil and herbs will intensify their delicious, juicy flavor.
Nothing goes together like strawberries and bananas, so add a twist to the classic banana bread recipe and bake it with a fresh strawberry purée.
Perfect cookies don't just happen. Now you can test what claims to be a surefire method: If it works, you may strike chocolate chip cookie gold.
Sometimes simple street food is the best tourist find.
This salad is perfect for a light midday snack or simple salad before a large meal. Peaches and toasted hazlenuts pair sweetly with healthy lentils.
National Watermelon Day is Aug. 3. Celebrate by mixing the coolest melon around into a sorbet.
The time for ripe tomatoes is running out, so make use of them in all possible ways. Pair them with this Italian dish of crusted chicken sprinkled with Parmesan cheese on a bed of fresh arugula.
If you are tired of your go-to vegetarian meals, try a visit to "Veggiestan."
Heat up the flavors, not your kitchen, with outdoor grilled chops and mango cilantro salsa.
Maque choux is a Cajun dish that combines sweet summer corn and tomatoes with the salty smokiness of bacon.
July 30 marks National Cheesecake Day. If you been participating in Couch Olympics, slice a piece of cheesecake to bring festivity to your TV-watching.
Rustic recipes follow the growing season from a revived family farm in Pennsylvania.
Creamy cold soup for when the weather is hot and steamy.
A light summer salad with the savory crunch of bacon marks the arrival of tomato season.