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Rack of Lamb With Garlic and Herbs

Herb-and-bread-crumb coatings are classic on rack of lamb, but leaving out the crumbs lightens the dish. Get the recipe.

Author: Shelley Wiseman

Creamy Potato and Leek Gratin

Cutting leeks into large pieces (they almost dissolve when thinly sliced) gives them a presence equal to disks of potato, while cooking the vegetables separately-the leeks are braised in butter, the spuds...

Author: Lillian Chou

Red Raspberry Jam

Make use of an abundance of fresh, seasonal raspberries with this jam recipe. Pro tip: liquid pectin can be substituted for the powdered pectin with no difference in results. Simply reverse the order in...

Author: Martha Stewart

Crisp Roast Duck

A whole roasted duck doesn't have to be fussy. With just a few hours' roasting and hardly any work at all, you can have a juicy bird with crisp skin-the best of both textures. This duck is delicious with...

Author: Lillian Chou

Corned Beef with Crispy Roasted Potatoes and Cabbage

This updated take on the classic corned beef dinner features extra-crispy roasted cabbage and potato wedges instead of boiled. Serve it drizzled in a dill vinaigrette bursting with all the spices used...

Author: Anna Stockwell

Butter Roasted Halibut with Asparagus and Olives

Vegetables that are best served crisp-tender are a great accompaniment to a slow-roasted fish because they will come out perfectly cooked at the same time.

Author: Alison Roman

Cabbage Potato Pie

Make this cabbage-wrapped bacon and cheesy mashed potato pie, share a toast to St. Patrick's Day with your friends, and watch all of your late winter blues disappear.

Author: Anna Stockwell

Deep Dish Quiche with Garnishes

You can totally eat this simple quiche on its own (the crème fraîche and chives keep it from being boring). But things really start to get interesting when you garnish it with lots of salty/saucy/creamy...

Author: Tara O'Brady

Raspberry Sauce

Serve this raspberry sauce with Red Currant and Lemon Tartlets.

Author: Martha Stewart

Classic Creamed Corn

Martha's take on this classic American side dish is a winner. This easy creamed corn recipe uses fresh corn kernels which are simmered with butter and onions then finished with heavy cream.

Author: Martha Stewart

Za'atar Chicken with Garlicky Yogurt

Here the garlic- and lemon-infused pan dripping are mixed with citrusy za'atar and spooned over the fall-apart meat.

Author: Aaron Crowder

Braised Leeks, Peas, and Lettuce

When you warm lettuce in butter and wine it gets velvety and rich-a perfect foil to the toothsome, sweet peas. Serve spooned over slices of quiche for brunch.

Author: Tara O'Brady

Grilled Portobello Mushroom Steaks

This is a great steak alternative for vegetarians, in addition to being a delicious side dish at any type of dinner.From the book "Mad Hungry," by Lucinda Scala Quinn (Artisan Books).

Author: Martha Stewart

Rhubarb Jam

This sweet-tart jam is great on scones and toast and mixed into oatmeal. Try it on our Strawberry Layer Cake.

Author: Martha Stewart

Slow Cooker Pork Shoulder with Zesty Basil Sauce

This meltingly tender pork shoulder is the ultimate make-ahead dinner party main. A chimichurri-style fresh basil sauce balances the rich pork with bright zesty flavors.

Author: Anna Stockwell

Grilled Chicken with Mustard Barbecue Sauce and Tomato Salad

For this cookout-ready dinner, grilled chicken gets glazed with a sweet and tangy South Carolina-ish barbecue sauce. The simple salad of grilled onions, raw tomatoes, and pickled green beans provides a...

Author: Kat Boytsova

Smoky Carrot Dip

Making sure the carrots are tender to their cores before you pull them from the oven makes for a smoother carrot dip.

Author: Ochre Bakery, Detroit, MI

Stone Fruit Clafoutis

Choose cherries or apricots or a mix of both for this classic French baked custard. And no special equipment needed means this is the best summer vacation rental house dessert we know.

Author: Anna Stockwell

Ginger Grilled Chicken and Radishes with Miso Scallion Dressing

Yes, you should be marinating your chicken with soda! Here, a can of ginger beer is the secret ingredient for sweet-tart grilled chicken.

Author: Anna Stockwell

Mustard Crusted Boneless Prime Rib Roast with Cream Sauce

Just like the steakhouse-style prime roast your grandparents served at Christmas, but better, because it's made using the reverse-sear method for a super-tender, evenly cooked interior and an extra-crispy...

Author: Anna Stockwell

Pink Lemonade

This refreshing recipe for pink lemonade is the perfect drink to serve at any summertime celebration.

Author: Martha Stewart

Crispy Skin Chicken with Dill and Garlic Sauce

Quickly shallow-frying the chicken halves in shallot oil after they've been roasted locks in their juices and results in beautiful golden brown and crispy skin. Served with garlicky boiled potatoes, then...

Author: Kat Boytsova

Chocolate Hazelnut Napoleons

Weighting the puff pastry with an extra sheet pan while it blind-bakes is a classic way to get the crackle without the height and also gives the pastries a sleek, modern look.

Author: Lillian Chou

Slow Cooker Chipotle Orange Pork Tacos

You can serve this warmly spiced, slow-cooked pork in its entirety for a crowd, or treat it as a "nextover" and turn the extra servings into a brand-new dinner later in the week.

Author: Anna Stockwell

Slow Roast Beef

We've adapted the classic roast into a buffet-style, serve-yourself dish, with options: make a sandwich (with cornichons and horseradish sauce) if you want, or eat it up as distinct components if that's...

Author: Chris Morocco

Grilled Corn with Chili Powder and Lime

Grilled corn always elicits oohs and aahs, even though it only takes minutes to make. Imagine, then, how doubly impressed your friends will be when you toss the corn with a spicy seasoning.

Author: Martha Stewart

Xiao Long Bao (Shanghai Soup Dumplings)

Steam these soup dumplings in batches and eat them when they're at their best-hot out of the steamer.

Author: Anita Lo

Rolled Pork Loin Roast Stuffed With Olives and Herbs

Of course, you can just roast a chunk of pork loin and spoon tapenade over it, but when you stuff the tapenade inside the roast, it will look all swirled and magical when sliced. It's not that hard to...

Author: Cal Peternell

Crushed Tomatoes

The easiest way to extend tomato season! Simply blanch, peel, crush, and freeze.

Author: Martha Stewart

Salted Caramel Pots de Crème

Pots de crème are little baked custards with a fancy name. A pinch of salt in these custards heightens the caramel flavor. Cover the baking pan of custard cups with aluminum foil; it makes for the most...

Author: Curtis Stone

Roasted Oysters With Warm Butter Mignonette

Quickly roasting oysters in a hot oven pops the shells apart so they can be opened the rest of the way by hand, no shucking skills required.

Author: Anna Stockwell

Slow Cooked Pork with Chickpeas

Canned chickpeas are perfect for this one-pot dish because they become even more creamy as they warm in the cooking liquid. In case you're not a fan, you can go with whatever canned bean you like.

Author: Andy Baraghani

Drunken Cranberries

Use these drunken cranberries to make Danny Meyer's delicious Cranberry Daiquiri.

Author: Martha Stewart

Grilled Onions and Peppers

This quick side dish can be prepared in the same pan as the Grilled Latin-Style Skirt Steak, adding an abundance of flavor.From the book "Mad Hungry," by Lucinda Scala Quinn (Artisan Books).

Author: Martha Stewart

Sweet Onion Relish

Use this as a topping for Grilled Sirloin Steak.

Author: Martha Stewart

Blue Cheese Gougeres with Caramel and Salt

Anyone torn between their salt-loving and sweet-craving sides will love these blue-cheese pastry puffs that are dipped in caramel and sprinkled with coarse salt.

Author: Martha Stewart

Mushroom Strudel

Author: Paul Grimes

Baked Alaska Saint Pierre

This orange-scented cake-layered with vanilla ice cream and orange sorbet-is frozen, covered in meringue, toasted in a hot oven, and, finally, set on fire.

Lime Simple Syrup for Summer Margaritas

Use this lime-tinged simple syrup to make Summer Margaritas from chef Rick Bayless.

Author: Martha Stewart

Boozy Melon Three Ways

For the ultimate easy, boozy summer dessert, pair different melons with different liquors and top with fresh herbs. We like watermelon with tequila and mint, honeydew with gin and tarragon, and cantaloupe...

Author: Riley Wofford

Roasted Cauliflower with Parmesan Panko Crumble

A make-ahead Parmesan and panko crumble adds an addictive savory crunch to this large-format holiday side.

Author: Rick Martinez

Classic Cheese Ball

Served alongside boozy martinis, this is the classic cheese ball of yesteryear, perfect for retro-chic parties.

Grilled Peaches with Mascarpone and Honey

Elevate the simple summer peach with light grill marks and just a drizzling of olive oil, honey, and mascarpone cheese in this dessert from chef Emeril Lagasse.

Author: Martha Stewart

Peach and Plum Jam

Author: Martha Stewart

Clams Casino with Bacon and Bell Pepper

A vinegary red bell pepper mixture cuts through the richness of the bacon for a bite that's salty, smoky, and sweet.

Author: Dawn Perry

Chile Lime Tequila

Why should food have all the fun? Let liquors take a turn with fresh, seasonal ingredients. You'll find the results are perfect for making summer cocktails in a snap. This infused booze is great simply...

Author: Martha Stewart

Smashed Green Bean Salad With Crispy Shallots

Don't cook your green beans this Thanksgiving: smash them with a rolling pin and keep them raw instead. This process softens the beans and breaks them open to fully absorb a tangy citrus dressing. A topping...

Author: Anna Stockwell

Lobster Fra Diavolo

To keep lobsters alive in your fridge for up to one day, pack in damp newspaper. You can substitute eight frozen tails; sear per recipe method, then use the meat from four in place of the knuckles and...

Author: Andy Baraghani