facebook share image   twitter share image   pinterest share image   E-Mail share image

Crème Anglaise

An easy Crème Anglaise recipe.

Sweet Potato Cobbler

This Sweet-Potato Cobbler recipe was common at Juneteenth celebrations years ago but is now seldom seen.

Author: Nathan Jean Whitaker Sanders

Basic Clafoutis

Author: John Besh

Crab Salad Sandwiches

You won't even need a fork for this no-fuss supper. Include some top-of-the line potato chips and mixed pickled vegetables on the menu, and have ice cream bars for dessert.

Mussels with Garlic Butter

For Mussels, Garlic butter is a perfect partner for the shellfish in this easy starter. Pass a basket of soda bread to mop all the juices.

Bread Pudding with Warm Bourbon Sauce

This signature dessert from New Orleans is a classic Creole dish.

Plum Streusel Coffeecake

With a layer of sweet ripe plums sandwiched between the cake and crumb topping, this dessert is the perfect thing for summer brunch.

Pasta with Smoked Salmon and Capers

Another classic combination, this dish makes people think you went to a lot of trouble. Actually it's quite simple. Any shape of pasta works, but I prefer a small noodle such as shells or bowties. Despite...

Author: Mitchell Davis

Cassata Cake

Author: Warren Brown

Scalloped Potatoes with Three Cheeses

When it comes to Scalloped Potatoes with Three Cheeses, Rick Rodgers, cookbook author and teacher, says, "I've always thought of mashed potatoes as an everyday way to serve potatoes, but scalloped potatoes...

Author: Rick Rodgers

Pasta with Tomatoes and Goat Cheese

The goat cheese, when tossed with the hot pasta, melts and becomes a creamy sauce. We've learned that it's a good idea to taste your goat cheese before using it (or before buying it, if possible - one...

Corn Pudding

Author: Tom Gilliland

Strawberries Romanoff

Author: Wayne Brachman

Gnocchi with Mushroom Sauce

Gnocchi, tender potato dumplings, aren't difficult to make. A hint of truffle oil intensifies the flavors in the sauce, which would also go well with other types of pasta.

Beer Cheese Fondue

Soft pretzels, sliced German sausages, pickled garden vegetables, and roasted Brussels sprouts can all be dipped in this oozy cheese sauce for one amusing wintertime party. Swiss Alpine-style cheeses are...

Author: Andrea Slonecker

Baked Crab Dip

Fresh crab meat is so rich, fabulous, and sweet that, for this dip, I wanted to highlight the texture and flavor of the crab without masking it. Served bubbly hot with a crisply browned, lemon zest–panko...

Author: Diane Morgan

Black Ice Licorice Ice Cream

Author: Matt O'Connor

Jose's Oatmeal Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies

A quick and easy Oatmeal Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe

Author: Dr. José A. Bowen

Pumpkin Spice Bundt Cake with Buttermilk Icing

When the pumpkin pie is gone, but you've only just begun to get your fill of pumpkin desserts, this bundt will fill the void quite nicely (and the somewhat more assertive spices will welcome the season...

Lime Butter Sauce

It takes only 5 minutes to make this fantastic sauce. Once you see how versatile it is - it works perfectly with the grilled salmon and the grilled corn - you'll want to make it for a whole host of your...

Author: Ian Knauer

Low Fat White Sauce

This can be used to lighten any casserole that calls for a white sauce.

Rémoulade Sauce

Remoulade is a great substitute for tartar sauce.

Chocolate Sauce

A straightforward ganache-chocolate and cream - with a two-to-one ratio of cream to chocolate. Some sugar, in the form of corn syrup, is added, primarily for consistency. The chocolate sauce is only as...

Croissant Dough

It's important not to try to halve this recipe. When you need only a half recipe of dough, as for the pains au chocolat, use the rest of the dough for a batch of Parma braids or a princess ring. Or make...

Author: Nancy Silverton

Cocoa Fudge Sauce

Author: Dodie Thompson