Sautéed and quickly braised with whole cumin seeds, garlic, lemon juice and crushed red pepper flakes, normally mild-mannered celery upstages the supposed star of this dish, ground lamb.
A tangle of fried noodles and a squeeze of lime liven up this dinner party dish, creating a tasty mélange of sweet, sour, salty flavors and lovely contrasting textures.
An eggplant stuffed with North African and Middle East ingredients gives a nod to one of Henri Matisse's classic works.
Variations of this soup are made in Tuscany, France, and Britain. This version combines white beans, sage, shallots, garlic, and sausage in a soup hearty enough to be a meal.
Chicken, potatoes, artichoke hearts, olives, and capers create a hearty, rustic Italian stew. The recipe is adapted from 'Hedgebrook Cookbook: Celebrating Radical Hospitality.'
Everyone loves a pizza party! Mix up the pumpkin pizza dough and pumpkin-tomato sauce ahead of time, then gather plenty of toppings, the kids, or a group of friends, and go to town.
Use a spicy sausage to balance the sweet potatoes and sweet corn in this chowder recipe. This chowder is best served in bread bowls toasted in the oven.
An inexpensive pork roast, seasoned with fresh garlic and Chinese five-spice powder, and braised on a bed of apples, onions, and apple cider until falling-apart tender, becomes an impressive, company-worthy dinner.
Use these clever meatballs in spaghetti sauce for an everyday dinner, or tossed with a sweet and spicy tamarind sauce for a party appetizer. Your family or guests will never guess they're half tofu!
A basting sauce of Sriracha, apricot preserves, hot chili sauce, rice vinegar, and fish sauce gives this grilled chicken a tangy, slightly spicy kick.
Kale, lemon juice and zest, pistachios, garlic, and Parmesan cheese make a quick, no-cook vegetarian pasta sauce – or spread for crostini.
It's not quite stew season, but a savory cobbler seems just the ticket. Sweet corn and juicy shrimp are nestled under a bed of tender biscuits.
These Florida-state inspired fish tostadas are no-fuss, perfect for a weeknight meal. Pair them with black beans and your favorite salsa.
The last episode of AMC's 'Breaking Bad' may have aired, but we know the show's impact is far from over. Catch up on old episodes with a few of these dishes inspired by the characters.
With the days growing shorter, it's time to get back to creative, fast, and easy meals. Serve this mint and lime mahi mahi with roasted eggplant or zucchini. Bonus: the whole dish can be baked on one baking sheet.
To celebrate National Cheeseburger Day an unexpected gift of ground lamb inspired a lamb burger experimentation, with delicious results.
There is almost nothing more rewarding in a weeknight meal than shortcuts that actually make a recipe yummier.
Wrap up a summer of grilling and outdoor eating with this peached pork. Serve it with a side of potatoes or a green salad.
Fresh fish is best prepared in the simplest of ways to preserve taste and flavor. Fish steamed in a bamboo steamer and seasoned with salt and pepper, fresh herbs, and seasoning will be ready to eat in minutes.
This quick cod recipe is baked in parchment paper packets and topped with a fast and easy compound parsley butter. Serve as dinner for two, or prepare the packets ahead for a big group.
For a light summer supper, serve up a dish of lady peas and tuck a few buttermilk hoe cakes alongside.
Graining cauliflower is a great alternative to rice, quinoa, or couscous. Pairing plums and proscuitto makes for a playful sweet, tart, and salty combination in this salad.
Matambre, an Argentine-style stuffed beef roast, brings back memories of university mates, vacations abroad, and the tantalizing prospect of uncovering family mysteries. Serve with a simple chimichurri sauce.
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.
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.