Everyone gets to be Irish on St. Patrick's Day. So ladle up a bowl of steaming, Irish beef stew.
Oct. 4 is observed each year as #NationalTacoDay in the United States. Many taco restaurants may choose offer specials on Oct. 4, including an increasing number of taco food trucks.
This classic cheesy dip will be a hit at any holiday party, beginning with your Thanksgiving gathering.
These coconut laddus, a kind of truffle, is one of many sweets that are used to celebrate Diwali, a celebration recognized by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, and some Buddhists, of good over evil.
"Three milk" cake is simply a delicate cake soaked in a combination of milks. This pumpkin variety gives it a seasonal flavor.
These Halloween cookies are wicked to the bone.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a traditional Mexican dish. Shredded pork soft tacos are easy, economical, and delicious tacos made with braised pork.
When you find yourself knee-deep in leftover holiday ham, keep calm and make ham salad.
Hawaiian brown sugar glazed ham makes a wonderfully easy, old-fashioned Polynesian style ham for Easter Sunday or any holiday or family meal.
Passover liturgy may feature history’s oldest sandwich created by the first century sage, Hillel.
Want a decadent breakfast for Pancake Tuesday? Let the batter rest for a half an hour, stir in chocolate chips, then top a golden stack of pancakes with caramelized bananas.
Shrove Tuesday, also known as Pancake Day is this Tuesday, March 4. Even if this is not an occasion you observe, pancakes are good any time right?
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with this authentic Mexican hominy soup. Toppings range from avocado, tortilla chips, cheese, radishes, and red onions and add celebration and ceremony to a rustic meal.
A new spin on this dangerously delicious Passover dessert with white chocolate and spicy rose sugar. Recipe and variations below.
Boiled corned beef with root vegetables is a classic New England dinner, as well as a cherished St. Patrick's Day supper.
King Cake is a brioche dough with a ribbon of brown sugar cinnamon (or praline sugar) running through it, baked in an oval shape, glazed with royal icing, and sprinkled with Mardi Gras colors.
Black-eyed peas on New Year's Day is a Southern tradition loved by many. Here is a variation that bakes black-eyed peas beneath a cornbread topping.
Make the batter a day or two ahead, then simply scoop them out in the morning and bake. The deep ginger and molasses flavor sings of Christmas and the tart, sweet cranberries add to the festive flavor.
Prime rib roast is a classic Christmas dinner. Pair it with your favorite side dishes, rolls, and fresh salad.
A lovely bag of flavored nuts makes a wonderful gift, and they are handy to have around during the busy holidays. This nibble combines the best of the South, abundant pecans and sweet tea.
Egg nog can easily be incorporated into a quick custard pie using ingredients you probably already have on hand.
This "thumbprint" fudgy, nutty cookie with a caramel center is perfect for holiday parties.
Japanese matcha green tea and bittersweet chocolate make these buttery shortbread cookies deliciously decadent, with coffee or tea.
An easy appetizer that tastes delicious, takes only five minutes to make, and can be prepared hours ahead of the party.