Whip together these zippy no-cook, cold sauce in a food processor. They take only minutes, and add bright flavors to grilled steaks, pork chops, duck breast, and any other meat you cook this summer. The simple ingredients yield complex flavors that will give your cooking a serious upgrade. Read on to see which one you’ll make first.
Our grass-fed lamb makes a flavorful alternative to beef, and is a grilling season must-have. You’ll enjoy its distinctive, rich flavor – “lamby” but not gamey – in burgers, chili, kebabs, and more. Learn about this healthy grass-fed lamb and start planning your lambtastic menus.
There’s nothing like short ribs when you want comfort food. We’ve got several options – Angus bone-in short ribs, boneless short ribs, or buttery Wagyu short ribs, along with recipes for enjoying these beefy ribs. Make a large batch on a Sunday and enjoy a week of meals.
Many of us are staying in and cooking at home these days. If you’re stocking the pantry and freezer and practicing “social distancing” this is the perfect time to batch cook. There’s something soothing and cozy about cooking at home – so enjoy it! Read on for 10 comfort food recipes that are just right for big family dinners or meal prepping.
Did you know you can make snacks with duck fat? Don’t limit yourself to potatoes, searing meats, and salad dressing with duck fat – explore the sweet possibilities! Find out what chefs have always known: duck fat is liquid gold. Read on for 5 snacks you’ll want to make with duck fat.
Parlez-vous cassoulet? With these recipes, you’ll get fluent in French comfort food, from simple lentil soup to classic cassoulet. There’s something for every taste with chicken and duck confit to veal and beef short ribs. Read on for the recipes.
What’s on your menu for game day? We’ve collected a few ideas that will score you extra points in the living room, man cave or tailgate. With easy finger foods and more hearty fare – plus a sweet treat! – there’s something for every fan. Read on for the recipes.
Lamb is the other red meat. We love it because of its rich, unique flavor and adaptability. Most cuisines have lamb recipes, and we’ve rounded up a few from a variety of traditions here. Read on and discover a new favorite for comforting winter meals.
What are you serving at your New Year’s Eve party? From humble ingredients like chickpeas and peanut butter to haute items like caviar and foie gras, there’s a range of recipes that will work at either a sit-down dinner or a casual buffet. These elevated party foods are easy to make and serve and they will leave your guests talking. Read on for seven of our favorite recipes for entertaining.
For eight nights, in the dark of winter, Jewish families around the world celebrate the Festival of Lights, better known as Hanukkah. Each of those nights will be filled with traditional rituals and foods, from lighting the menorah to eating potato pancakes. Read on for a few ideas that can take Hanukkah meals to another level.
Take simple roasted chicken to the stratosphere with a luxurious twist. This recipe uses black truffle butter and fresh black truffle slices, which are layered under the skin. The result is an ultra-juicy bird that’s full of truffle flavor. Read on for the recipe.
Every night can be pasta night with these five easy recipes! Try our new favorite pasta dish: seasonally appropriate butternut squash carbonara generously flecked with crispy ventrèche. Or a classic pasta dish with creamy truffle butter and mushrooms. Truly a meal for all seasons, pasta is comfort food at its best. Read on for the recipes.