Mini Dutch Baby Pancakes with Berry Compote is about to become a breakfast favorite. They’re mini, adorable, and super-tasty, too.
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These Butternut Squash and Pork Carnitas Tacos are tasty as can be and perfect for any cozy meal. You’ll find they have great flavor, texture, and color, too.
These oat and black bean veggie burgers with corn salsa make a filling meal option that can be prepped ahead and serve with fresh vegetables.
This seasonal strawberry-rhubarb crumble is easy to put together and makes for a great dessert for two people. Sweet and just a touch tart, a perfect treat.
Grill up some shrimp and serve it on a bright, herb-loaded bed of chimichurri pasta.
This Vegan Chocolate Mousse is dolled up with almond extract and a dollop of whipped coconut cream for true decadence in no time at all.
With a rich and silky madeira sauce and earthy mushroom, this chicken is super flavorful and cozy. Perfect for a cold winter day.
Chili Chocolate Crinkle Cookies a perfect spin on the usual chocolate cookies of the season. They’re a little, chewy, a little spicy and totally chocolate-loaded.
Layered with rosemary, parsley, garlic and butter, this pull-apart bread is a dream come true when you’re craving soft, flavorful carbs.
This Smoked Salmon and Blueberry Salad with Lemon Poppy Dressing is the kind of meal to make when you want nothing to do with turning on your oven. It’s perfectly cool and easy for summer.
Give your BLT sandwich some extra pizzaz and swap out fresh tomato slices for fried green tomatoes.
Switch up your nacho game by adding Greek flavors, like olives, tzatziki sauce, cucumbers and more to the mix.
Orange-Jalapeño Monkey Bread with Pepitas is a fun treat that has an unexpected—and fabulous—flavor. It is the perfect thing to serve at a weekend brunch or when you have friends coming by. Or just go ahead and make it whenever you’re looking for a reason to enjoy a fun treat.
Simple, affordable, but still hearty, this rustic Italian dish is an ideal vegetarian meal with plenty of protein.
Use leftover panettone cakes to make french toast stuffed with mascarpone, chocolate, and drizzled with an orange syrup.
A hearty and creamy soup dotted with green peas, seasoned with rosemary, and garnished with thin golden Parmesan crisps.
Try this simple Italian-style potato recipe with swiss chard, chili pepper flakes, and a tasty garlic dressing that doesn’t require ANY mayonaisse for once!
What sorts of treats remind you of when you were a kid? I was feeling nostalgic about the back-to-school season, and decided to recreate a classic treat in the form of Blueberry-Pistachio Marshmallow Cereal Bars. What fun!
Make a special salad topped with spiced salmon and a creamy herb dressing made with a nutty almond beverage instead of dairy.
As an appetizer or light summer meal, these grilled chicken bruschetta are loaded with bright summer vegetables.
With a refreshing crunch and loaded with zest and a touch of spice, these quick pickled radishes are easy to make and throw on burgers, tacos, salads, and more.
Frittata is a versatile dish that works with many ingredients anytime of day. Try this with mozzarella, arugula and sweet potatoes for tons of flavor.
Lemons are fresh and bright and add a bit of sunshine to whatever you make with them. I recommend dessert! Try my recipe for Lemon Squares with Lavender & Limoncello for a flavorful twist on a classic treat.
Need a go-to cookie? Try this served with a refreshing ice cream after a big dinner or with a morning coffee.
Here is an easy way to get a day’s worth of veggies in a tasty snack.
A delicious fusion of cuisines, pan-fried udon noodles are served with flavorful garlic and rapini, or broccoli rabe.
Crispy cornmeal waffles are only improved by a swipe of butter with a kick and a drizzle of sweet citrus syrup to tie all three flavors together. Perfect for brunch.
A sweet and tangy fudge with a fresh hint of rosemary to beautifully complement the orange flavors.
In 1976 a blind wine tasting, in Paris changed the perception of the wine industry in California by unseating French wines.
Even though the SLS is an upscale establishment, the food is pure simplicity prepared in an extraordinary way.
This lovely cake should be served room temperature with a touch of whipped cream and a glass of wine.
Honest Cooking paid Chef Thorsten Schmidt and his wife Rikke Malling a visit this June to sample the spring summer menu at Malling & Schmidt.