While you may not be attending a lot of potlucks these days, this easy fried chicken dish travels well, so pack it up in a picnic basket for a socially distanced hike or outdoor meal.
This recipe is both forgiving and flexible (two qualities we could all use right now).
The tangy citrus flavor in this light, vibrant cake is balanced with warm vanilla and toasty poppy seeds.
This simple, rustic recipe featuring fresh figs, aromatic spices and a decadent cream cheese frosting will fill your kitchen with sweet autumn aromas.
This refreshing herbal sorbet is a frozen dessert version of Campari and soda with a twist.
These tempting cookie bars flavored with fresh cherries, almond paste, orange and vanilla will make you wish cherry season was all year long.
Restaurateur Dona Savitsky shares the recipe for this favorite fried Mexican dessert, dusted with sugar and cinnamon.
The sweet, tart and tangy citrus in this rustic skillet cake is balanced by silky mascarpone cheese, toasty almond meal and warming whiskey.
Herbes de Provence are sweet-friendly, with a convenient absence of things like garlic and onion. This recipe showcases them in a cookie with a crisp but tender crumb and a satisfying balance of salt.
Restaurateur Dona Savitsky shares the recipe for a simple, delicious salad featuring avocado and pumpkin seeds.
This lemon cornmeal cake, draped with a layer of tart apple slices and speckled with fruity, bittersweet pink peppercorns, makes for a symphony of flavors.
The 4505 Burgers & BBQ chef shares two recipes that’ll be perfect for your next potluck or picnic.