This Easter, Try Something New with These 5 Impressive & Easy Easter Recipes Looking for something new to make this year for Easter dinner? Here’s an entire dinner of easy Easter recipes for you, from appetizer all the way to dessert—and they’re all 100% swoon-worthy, thanks in part to one star ingredient. All these
These puff pastry sheets are wow-worthy If you’re looking for a wow-worthy yet totally doable Spring dessert for your next get-together, I have a perfectly sweet solution for you: Pepperidge Farm® Puff Pastry Sheets. Gone are the days when the idea of making “Puff Pastry” sounds like a daunting task. Using these Puff Pastry Sheets
Easy Stir Fry Sauce for those nights when you don’t know what to make What you’ll need at a glance: fresh ginger garlic soy sauce honey rice vinegar stock (chicken or vegetable) On weeknights the thought of having to make dinner can be daunting. You want something good but easy—and you may even consider ordering
A burger infused with red wine? Oh yes. If you’re looking for something a bit different to make over Labor Day weekend (and really don’t want to resort to the hamburger patties and hot dogs from the supermarket), try these boozy sliders infused with a super easy-to-make reduction of Jam Jar Sweet Shiraz. Jam Jar Shiraz is
Dinnertime during the summer can be a daunting task. What to eat and what to make that doesn’t require turning on the oven for long durations? It’s a conundrum we all face from time to time during these sultry summer nights. Enter the poke bowl. It’s a fresh meal of all raw ingredients—and it’s oh-so-satisfying.
Enjoy a spiced up lobster roll for dinner What you’ll need at a glance a 1 1/4 pound lobster. If you don’t want to cook it yourself, many fishmongers are happy to prepare it for you Pimenton, which is a spicy Spanish paprika tomato jam (available at most markets) fennel There’s nothing like a classic
A lovely idea for a light dinner One spring evening make this asparagus salad from Chef Marcus Samuelsson for a light dinner. It has a few steps, but it’s most definitely worth it, for its sublime combination of two spring ingredients: Meyer lemons and asparagus. Serve with a glass of wine, perhaps this rosé from
How easy it is to make Caesar Salad Caesar salad, so ubiquitous in Italian restaurants, was actually created in Mexico, though by an Italian immigrant named Caesar Cardini. It was introduced in New York City in the Forties at Gilmore’s Steak House on East 48th St between 3rd and Lex. (Check out these matches from