This root vegetable hash is everything I want in a fall breakfast (or dinner, for that matter). It’s made with a variety of root vegetables for earthy flavors, crispy pancetta, caramelized shallot bits and a pinch of red pepper flakes. I love to top it with a soft poached egg– there’s really nothing better than…
Learn how to make tender, buttery, flaky scones with the delicate cornmeal crunch and big pools of juicy blackberries. These will be your new favorite summer treat!
Capture the flavor of ripe summer tomatoes in this rich tomato compound butter. The butter is mixed with a cooked down tomato jam, thyme and a touch of garlic. Slather it on crusty bread, sprinkle it with flaky sea salt and discover one of life’s simple pleasures.
Make the most decadent homemade s’more this summer with a buttery shortbread cookie, a layered mocha almond marshmallow, and a square of super dark chocolate. Toast the mallow with a torch or the broiler and you have yourself a gooey, buttery, chocolatey dessert heaven.
This smoky, spicy sheet pan harissa chicken with crunchy chickpeas and crisp tender broccolini is anything but boring. Serve with a cool, lemony yogurt sauce for a healthy and flavorful weeknight dinner.
Juicy summer plums get a quick simmer in a syrup of honey, white wine and fresh thyme, then they’re served with a dollop of sweet mascarpone and crunchy almond biscotti. This is a quick and fresh summer dessert.
A fresh summer pasta salad made with chewy orzo, grilled corn and zucchini, cilantro and a creamy chile lime dressing.
This drink is all about juicy blackberries, smooth whiskey and the warming spice of fresh ginger. Lemon juice brightens the flavors of this whiskey sour, and we especially love the citrusy, spicy edge that rye whiskey gives to this summer cocktail.
This is a simple, fresh, elegant summer salad. The creamy burrata, delicate fennel and tart punch of pickled cherries are balanced with the peppery bite of arugula for a refreshing summer meal.
These five spice grilled shrimp are marinated in soy sauce, toasted sesame oil, chili paste and brown sugar then tossed on the grill for a touch of smoky char. The notes of star anise and fennel add irresistible flavor to seafood, and these shrimp skewers are no exception.