Love dungeness crab, but don't want to spend a pretty penny on it? You can stretch your dollar by incorporating its tender meat in a toothsome pasta. This rustic meal, which comes from the cookbook of culinary show host and former model Sophie Dahl, combines crab with whole wheat linguine, cherry tomatoes, and chile pepper. I love how al dente linguine and a paste of garlic, chiles, and lemon zest highlight the crab's succulence and sweet flavor. Keep reading for the recipe.
Now that we're in the swing of all the season's produce, it's time to take advantage of the berries, stone fruits, and Summer vegetables at the farmers market. My current obsession with produce spans far and wide and includes vegetables like zucchini, tomatillos, and okra. Make the most of what you're seeing this season when you keep reading!
We've all got someone (or two or three . . .) on our gift list who rocks to their own special beat. So this holiday season, treat them to something spectacular that's easy on the eyes, music to their ears, and perfectly in tune with their personal sense of style.
Not only do Beats Solo HD headphones deliver the superior sound Beats by Dr. Dre products are famous for, but they also look as good as they sound — drenched in colors that are red like a heart, teal like Miami, white like snow, and lots more.
An unexpected mixture of brown sugar, pecans, and coconut turns peaches from Summer fruit into divine dessert, thanks to Gina's creative recipe.
Perfect summer dessert!
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If you haven't yet taken the time to celebrate National Hot Dog Month, it's not too late! Gather your friends 'round and set up your very own hot dog bar, complete with delicious toppings, so loved ones can load their dogs with whatever their hearts desire. It's an easy and fun way to feed a large crowd, and would be great after a day at the beach or playing in the park. See how easily a hot dog bar comes together.
Ultra-comforting, and packed with layers of meat sauce, cheese, and tender noodles, Olive Garden's Lasagna Classico is one of their bestselling menu items (and for good reason). Learn how to make this surprisingly easy dish at home, and bring a taste of Italian-American fare to your table. Gooey, gratifying, and fit to feed a crowd, it's a must-make for large dinner parties — for extra ease make it ahead of time and reheat it — or to keep on hand for leftovers throughout the week. Watch the video to learn how to make it, and then get cooking.
This refreshing cocktail utilizes a favorite ripe summer fruit in the south, the peach. It's the perfect happy-hour beverage to beat the summertime heat!
Georgia-Fresh Peach Mojitos
In a 16-oz glass add:
3 oz white rum
3 fresh mint leaves, chopped finely
2 wedges of fresh lime
1/4 very ripe peach, sliced into cubes
2-3 tsp light organic agave nectar
Club soda (enough to fill the rest of the glass)
Muddle mint, peaches, lime and agave together in a tall glass. Fill glass with ice and add rum. Pour club soda to fill to the top of the glass. Stir and enjoy on a hot summer day.
No grill? No problem! Whether you live in the city with no backyard or balcony to fit a grill or you simply don't own a grill, that doesn't mean you can't fake it. Sure, you might not achieve the same smoky flavor that an outdoor grill would impart, but there are plenty of great grill pans available to position on the stovetop. In particular, these three grill pans, made by well-known cookware makers like Scanpan and Le Creuset, will sear your food just like an outdoor grill would, creating those wonderfully sought-after grill marks on everything from vegetables to hot dogs.
Scanpan Mixed Grill and Griddle Pan ($150) — The latest in nonstick cookware, Scanpans are great because they are certified PFOA-free (the highly debated chemical used in traditional nonstick pans) and are scratch-free, so you can use metal spatulas and tongs without any fear of damaging the pan. The dual surface makes it easy to cook pancakes and bacon or burgers and veggie kebabs at the same time.
Comfort food lovers, listen up: we've got a recipe for truffle macaroni that takes pasta and cheese to a whole new level. This velvety stove-top version, which includes three types of cheese and truffle butter, is the most umami-packed mac we've ever had. To find out all the tips for getting the texture just right — including our secret cheese for extra creaminess! — watch our video.