Kale chips are great with just olive oil and sea salt, but new and exciting seasonings make them even better. Try seasoning them with garlic and onion jam, maple balsamic vinegar, or an experimental flavor combination of your own.
With the early crisp days of fall, a luscious, warm peach tart is a perfect start to baking days in the kitchen.
Make macaroni salad even better with bacon, buttermilk dressing, and cheese. Toss in a few veggies, too, if the mood strikes you.
This creamy homemade tomato soup from Alice Waters is made with no dairy and just a few ingredients. You’ll never want to open another can of tomato soup again.
Still feel like summer in your neck of the woods? Hit the season's last cookouts with this ramen slaw, which has a basic coleslaw or broccoli slaw base, punctuated by crunchy ramen bits.
Who doesn't love Nutella swirled into baked goods? The only way to improve this simple delicious recipe would be to double it.
Creamy and delicious, this smooth squash soup is among the first of the autumn soups, enjoying the last of the summer squash harvest.
Chicken is basted with butter, lemon juice and fresh sage, then cooked using both direct and indirect grilling.
Celebrate the first back-to-school days with this delicious, cheesy baked ziti. It's a make-ahead recipe from America's Test Kitchen and will help keep things easy when everyone gets home for dinner.
Stuffed peppers are the perfect solution for a quick weeknight meal. They also make a colorful dish to serve to guests for lunch or dinner.
Cauliflower is sautéed with pistachios, ham, sage, and pears, then topped with a fried egg for dinner. Add or subtract various ingredients and you’ve got a side, a vegan meal, or a pasta dish.
A savory tart paired with a fresh salad makes a great end-of-summer dinner. Start with a basic tart dough and then choose your favorite topping option.
This blondie strikes gold, it has all the goodness of a snickerdoodle cookie but with the ease of making into a bar cookie and delivers for white chocolate lovers, too.
Did you know you can make air-popped corn in the microwave with nothing but dried corn and a small paper bag? No frying oil required. Try this simple trick and make easy lunch box additions, after school snacks, and movie night popcorn in minutes.
Now that the chipmunks have had their fill, beautiful, large tomatoes from the garden are ready for oven-roasting and storing for future use.