This marinade is great for roasted chicken, duck, hens, or any poultry.
These tasty candies, called Sohan Asal in Farsi, are a traditional sweet in Iran.
Ethereally delicate, soufflés carry a dramatic mystique that marvels and captivates just about any diner.
After you taste the ethereal spiciness of homemade chai tea, you will be hard-pressed to purchase it in a store ever again.
Nothing warms the heart more than a gift of buttery homemade caramels.
Sometimes the most pleasurable things in life are also the simplest.
Strawberries and champagne are a famously decadent pairing, and what better way to savor them than as a refreshing, ultra-light yet sinful dessert?
In recent years you may have begun to take apples for granted; since they are available year-round in supermarkets, apples have lost their connection to a season.
Tantalize your taste buds with this richly spiced hummus spread. Roasting large amounts of garlic helps to impart a sweet, smooth flavor.
Beyond coloring our landscapes with clusters of elegant blooms, stone fruit trees produce sweet and utterly juicy treats. ‘Tis the season for stone fruit celebration, and our test kitchen is overflowing with all kinds of color.
Imagine buttered pan-seared pineapple, warm as a garnish, and chilled as juice in a sensuous champagne coupe. Oh my, yes.
Ten years ago today, Jennifer sat down with a laptop and a tray table and made a conscious decision to try her hand at food writing. The rest, as they say, is history. And some of it historic.
Sometimes in life, there comes a moment when you are willing to put everything on pause because there is something you MUST do. This past summer, that moment arrived for Jennifer.
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