Carrot cake with maple cream cheese frosting - moist and flavorful!
Top Chef Richard Blais's French twist on burgers
Black Shetland Potato Crisps at Lumière - delicious thin salted discs, lightly vinegared to let the natural earthiness of the root vegetable shine through.
Back to School Snacks: Easy Recipes for Homemade Snacks
A super creamy, vegan blueberry smoothie that is more like a dessert than a healthy way to start the day! Why not do both?
Greek yogurt done Indian style flavored with saffron and rose ,topped with pistachios.
Lemon Bars: A crisp, nutty shortbread crust and a perfectly tart filling make this a winner.
Italian Meatball Soup - with a clean broth and petite meatballs, it's a soup the whole family will love.
Oyakodon is a type of Japanese dish called donburi, or rice bowl, made of chicken and egg. Making this dish is really quite easy and also very satisfying.
This dense and moist zucchini chocolate chip cake is perfect for early fall!
A farmers market Peach Cobbler. Raw, organic, vegan.
Free from gluten, added sugar, dairy and eggs.
No oven needed.
The perfect combination of apricots, basil and delicious shortbread!
Summer Vegetable Gratin: a delightful way to use up your summer squashes, tomatoes and eggplant. Recipe from Ad Hoc at Home.
A brilliant abstract video from the mind of a food stylist Charlotte Omnés. Lobsters, fencing gear, and music from Black Moth Super Rainbow!
Yeasted waffles are so easy to make! And so delicious!
This carrot lemonade is delicious and a really gorgeous, fun way to get some added nutrition.
Delicious homemade mustard that couldn't be easier!
Grilled Peach Salad with Blue Cheese, Toasted Walnuts, and Arugula.
Whiskey Ice Cream with Caramelized Corn Flakes!
Cracky Snack Recipe: Immortalized in song as a timeless ballpark snack, Cracker Jack is still going strong after more than 100 years in the game. In the CHOW test kitchen, we came up with our own version..
Oven Roasted Chickpeas with indian spices..
There's no reason to mourn the end of summer -- it's Hatch chile time.
What is better than handmade caramels?
Caribbean Plantain and Meat Casserole - comfort food at its best!
The New York Times shares an article about a winemaker who bottle conditions his wine on the bottom of the sea.
Esquire rounds up a number of great cooking tips from professional chefs. There is everything from holding a knife, to searing scallops, to grilling fruit!
Sweet Potato & Brown Butter Scones, served with clotted cream and fresh strawberries
Roselle juice is simply delicious and healthy. It is rich in antioxidants and healing properties.
A juicy rack of lamb, stuffed with parsley, feta, sun dried tomatoes and olives
Perch ~ Poised atop the Pershing building in downtown LA perch offers Frenchified food and a happy hour with an amazing view! Kir Royal, cassulet, and more on the 15th floor.
Stock Clarifications ~ Michael Ruhlman revisits his lazy stock cooling technique (leaving it to cool overnight on the stove) with some help from Harold McGee, The New York Times, and Science!
Quick and summery dessert to banish all the rain! Yogurt with honey, pomegranate and pistachio
The Sound of Heat ~ A great video from the Levi's Film Workshop featuring Chef Ludo Lefebvre rustically cooking a chicken on a farm down in San Pedro.
A savory lamb roast cooked with licorice and juniper berries over couscous from an ancient Mesopotamian recipe
Summer pasta dish with pancetta and tomatoes. An excellent way to use your garden tomatoes!
Fluffy cheesecake with a rich currant jam.
Tropical Carrot Cake with Coconut Cream Cheese Frosting
At Mr. Good Stuff in Miami, Venezuelan flavors marry Southern tastes in dishes like arepas stuffed with slow cooked beef brisket and cojita cheese.
A chinese chicken salad made into a yummy summertime sandwich!
Try this Indian style spicy roasted baby potatoes and you will never go back to fries again.
Have you ever had mahogany rice? Learn more, and find a recipe for a cool mahogany rice salad.
Homemade sprinkles made from panko bread crumbs!
A soft and chewy brownie cookie filled with chopped Hershey's Cookies and Cream candy.
Scientist believe they have discovered the origins of the yeast used to brew German lagers... all the way over in South America.