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This quick and easy pasta dish is the perfect summer meal. Featuring bright basil, lemon juice, and summer favorite avocado it??s a fresh dish great for picnics, potlucks, or a weeknight dinner.
This wholesome whole-grain side dish is great with roast chicken or lamb. Enjoy it as is or with a crumble of goat cheese.
You'll need to bake the chips in two or more batches. If baking two sheets at a time, swap the sheets' positions after 5 minutes.
This recipe is for classic skillet-fried chicken. It's delicious teamed with coleslaw and creamed corn.
These squares need to set up in the refrigerator, so allow at least 5 hours of chilling time before you serve (or pack) them. You can substitute lower-fat cream cheese for regular, if you like. The cheesecake itself will be slightly less creamy but still fabulous.
Blackberries paired with blueberries make a classic American pie, but I go easy on the blackberries; their more assertive flavor and seedy texture can easily overwhelm the blueberries.
Sherry adds a subtle tang, and Spanish chorizo brings a smoky note to these beans.
Most supermarkets carry Madras-style curry powder, which is the type I recommend. I suggest buying a new can at least every six months--curry powder loses much of its punch over time. The 3/4 teaspoon curry powder here will give you a fragrant soup with mild warmth. If you like things spicier, just add a bit more.
I remember in the hot summertime my mother making jars and jars of this relish. She used the piccalilli as a condiment for ham and beans. But you can use it any number of ways. For me, piccalilli is a pleasant reminder of summer.
The addition of the coffee, for which the recipe is named, deepens the other flavors in the beans.
This gorgeous, no-cook soup is quickly made in the food processor. Chill it for at least 3 hours before serving. As the soup chills, the flavors meld and the texture becomes smoother.
When I make this for picnics, I prepare it the night before, refrigerate it, and serve it cool the next day.