Classic Southern Buttermilk Biscuits

These Classic Southern Buttermilk Biscuits are light, tender and the perfect match for a slice of ham, melted butter and honey, your favorite jam, or smothered in country gravy! I tried everything when it came to this classic Southern buttermilk biscuit recipe. I used lard, butter, vegetable shortening, and combinations of them all. I also tried baking soda, baking powder, […]

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Corn, Crab, and Old Bay Deviled Eggs

Corn, crab, and Old Bay are the taste of summer. Put them together in these easy deviled eggs, and you’ve got your next favorite recipe for a picnic or barbecue! My aunt, uncle, and cousins live in the Maryland/Washington, D.C. area, and I would visit them from time to time growing up. One of the strongest food memories I have […]

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Chicken Piccata Pasta

Chicken piccata gets the full pasta treatment! Cook the penne, make a quick butter sauce, and assemble it all together. This easy lemony chicken dish will wow your kids! Introducing kids to new flavors (or even just slight changes from what they are used to) is one of my all-time goals as far as raising healthy eaters. Chicken nuggets are […]

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Our Best Mango Recipes

Mango Sticky Rice with Coconut-Lime Sauce Mango sticky rice is a sweet, creamy, and tangy dessert that’s popular street fare in Thailand. Luckily, you won’t have to cross the Pacific to enjoy this Thai treat—we’ve devised an easy way to make sticky rice with mango at home. Find sticky rice, also called Thai sweet rice or glutinous rice, at Asian […]

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What's the Proper Temperature for Cooking Beef?

Beef: It’s more than what’s for dinner. The average American eats nearly 60 pounds of the stuff annually, and my guess is that about 2/3 of that is eaten at the wrong temperature, which is a figure that I have made up, but sort of feels true. So, let us unpack the whole temperature thing for beef, shall we? Because […]

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Your Complete Guide to Baking Chocolate

Navigating your various chocolate options the baking aisle can be a challenge. Stopping by the supermarket to grab a bag of chocolate chips to whip up some classic Chocolate Chip Cookies shouldn’t be frustrating—but it can turn into a head-scratching puzzle of cocoa percentages, brands, and terminology that feels like only a professional chocolatier would understand. Stress no more: Here’s […]

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Royal Rice

Active Time: 30 MINTotal Time45 MIN Yield: Serves : 8 to 12 Chefs Saqib Keval and Norma Listman of Masala y Maíz in Mexico City marry aspects of Desi and Mexican cuisine in this colorful dish, a hybrid of biryani and toasted, pilaf-style rice, cooked in coconut milk with mint, almonds, and golden raisins. Ingredients 1 cup sunflower oil 1 […]

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Perilla Slaw

Active Time: N/ATotal Time15 MIN Yield: Serves : 12 This Perilla Slaw showcases the sweet aroma of perilla, or shiso, a tender herb reminiscent of basil. It pairs perfectly with crunchy cabbage, apples, and carrots. Ingredients 1/3 cup mayonnaise, preferably Kewpie
 1/3 cup sour cream
 2 tablespoons sugar
 2 tablespoons unseasoned rice vinegar
 Zest and juice from 1 lemon
 2 1/2 teaspoons kosher […]

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