Garlic Sauce

Garlic sauce has lots of variations and can therefore go with many international dishes. Depending on the recipe, a garlic sauce can be used in Italian cooking, in Asian cuisine, or in French food, such as a classic French aioli.

Crab Cocktail with Lemon Aioli

Better Homes and Gardens

If fresh crab is hard to find for this appetizer, look for canned pasteurized crabmeat. Your supermarket should be able to order this product for you.

Dried Tomato Pesto

Better Homes and Gardens

This pesto is flavored with dried tomatoes and basil. To create new flavors, try using different herbs, such as parsley or cilantro.

Total: 10 mins

Asian Pepper Steak

Family Circle

This saucy slow cooker recipe is full of beef strips, sweet pepper, onion, and bamboo shoots. The garlic and soy sauce ensures that it tastes just like a dish from a Chinese restaurant.

Shrimp and Sausage Boil

Better Homes and Gardens

Bring an easy-to-share platter of this low-country favorite recipe to the table and everyone will be impressed. Toss in the lemon halves at the last to squeeze over the shrimp.

Total: 1 hr 30 mins

Saucy Shrimp and Veggies

Better Homes and Gardens

Zesty chili-garlic sauce and orange juice flavor the shrimp, broccoli, honey and tomatoes for a quick-and-easy weeknight dinner.

Total: 20 mins

Saucy Shrimp and Veggies

Midwest Living
Total: 20 mins

Steak 'n' Halibut Chimichurri

Family Circle

This grilled surf and turf entree is served Argentine-style. Marinate the fish and beef steaks with the flavorful sauce. Chimichurri sauce is a mixture of herbs and garlic and is the favorite condiment for grilled meats in Argentina.

Fettuccine and Scallops With Wine Sauce

Better Homes and Gardens

This black-tie seafood and pasta dish takes only 30 minutes to make.

Total: 30 mins

Margarita Kabobs

Midwest Living

For a new summer favorite, brush shrimp or chicken kabobs with a sauce that's based on the classic Margarita cocktail.

How to Make Garlic Bread

No matter how fresh the pasta, how rich the sauce or how crisp the tossed salad, many people feel an Italian feast falls short unless there's hot, buttery garlic bread. Never fear, we're here to teach you how to make garlic bread, so your meal will always be complete.

How to Make Spaghetti Sauce

There is no "right" method for how to make spaghetti sauce -- everyone has his own favorite recipe. Maybe your grandmother adds in fennel seeds or your mother grates a carrot into the pot or your sister-in-law throws in a pinch of sugar at the end. There are so many variations it's can be hard to choose a recipe to start with.

How to Make Pasta Sauce

Jarred pasta sauces have come a long way, but, still, none of them hold a candle to homemade. If you've been relying on jarred stuff because you don't think you have the time or skills to learn how to make pasta sauce from scratch, you'll be pleasantly surprised by the recipe below.

How to Roast Lamb

There is no definitive recipe or guide for how to roast lamb or what spices and herbs one must use. In fact, country to country, region to region, you will find a huge variety of recipes and methods for roasting lamb.

How to Cook Pinto Beans

"Beans, beans..." While we all snickered at the saying as grade school children, it turns out beans really are good for your heart. High in fiber, they help your body keep your cholesterol levels in check, which can help prevent heart disease and other chronic conditions. And since dried beans tend to be among the cheaper offerings at most grocery stores, knowing how to cook pinto beans and other varieties is a great way to get a lot of bang for your grocery buck.

How to Roast Lamb

There is no definitive recipe or guide for how to roast lamb or what spices and herbs one must use. In fact, country to country, region to region, you will find a huge variety of recipes and methods for roasting lamb.

How to Cook Sirloin Steak

Looking for a steak dinner that will knock the socks right off of your dinner guests? For a sophisticated take on how to cook sirloin steak, look to the subtle hints of fresh herbs and spices to enhance the meat's natural flavors, rather than overpower it.

How to Cook Prime Rib

There are occasions that call for a champagne toast, holiday gatherings that all but require roast turkey or smoked ham, but when you're celebrating something so big you need to pull out all the stops, you'll want to know how to cook prime rib. Prime rib, sometimes called a standing roast, is the piece de resistance of beef roasts. It can be served with or without ribs and can satisfy a hungry crowd. But it's not inexpensive, so you'll want to make sure you get it perfect.

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