An easy Cranberry Jam recipe
An easy Mai Tai cocktail recipe
Author: Abigail Kirsch
A long-time favorite of Epicurious reviewers, this impressive roast is perfect for the holidays and so easy to make.
Author: Scott Peacock
Sweet and sour are two of the five flavors of classical Chinese cooking (along with salty, pungent, and bitter). I like this version of the crispy pork recipe with fresh pineapple.
Author: Diana Kuan
Dipping the rims of the glasses into a mixture of salt and sugar is a nice touch.
Author: Giada De Laurentiis
Author: Scott Beattie
Author: Bobby Flay
Author: Bruce Aidells
Unlike most brined turkeys, this one can be stuffed because the apple-cider brine contains less salt than the typical recipe. Begin brining two days ahead.
A simple mix of aromatic spices is rubbed on this pork loin before it's cooked and drizzled with a slightly tart sauce.
Author: Douglas Rodriguez
Enid P. Saldana of San Juan, Puerto Rico, writes: "I would love to get the recipe for the lychee Martini they serve at Kittichai, in New York City." This summer, enjoy a vodka Martini with a real twist...
Peel, slice, and freeze bananas in resealable plastic bags to use as a nutritious thickener for a variety of smoothies. An easy Orange and Banana Yogurt Smoothie recipe.
Author: Molly Stevens
How to make homemade ricotta
Author: Marcy Goldman
Author: Meredith Deeds
Author: Kemp Minifie
This fragrant twist on the gimlet cocktail gets its clean green notes not from lime juice but from fresh basil. For extra glamour and aroma, tuck small sprigs of additional basil into each glass.
Broiled Chicken Wings with Spicy Apricot Sauce
Author: Julie Richardson
Author: Norman Van Aken
Browned edges mean great flavor for this side. If the squash hasn't browned, roast it a little longer.
Author: Bon Appétit Test Kitchen
Author: Tina Miller
Author: Eleanor Topp
Author: Melissa Roberts