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Wondering what to eat for breakfast this week?
Sweet, juicy pluots are the star of this rustic dessert, but the cake itself—delicate and tender with a crisp exterior—is a close second. It’s delicious with softly whipped cream.
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Cheers to a great weekend!
An ice cream float made with beer may not be a new idea to craft beer fans and brew pub regulars, but it’s too good not to go mainstream. And it’s truly a no-brainer to prepare. This is a version with chocolate ice cream and Kahlua that I enjoyed (loved) at the Creekside Brewing Company in San Luis Obispo a couple of years ago. I make smaller floats in 5- to 6-ounce glasses when I serve them for dessert after a meal.
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Six ingredients, no oven. Perfect summer dessert.
This impressive and insanely delicious dessert requires only six ingredients, but that can be your little secret. Italian chocolate-filled sandwich cookies make a crust reminiscent of a Kit Kat bar; you can also use chocolate wafer cookies. For the spiky chocolate garnish shown here, see the video
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A little Friday afternoon fun from our friends at The Kitchn.
If you have been reading food blogs for any amount of time, you know there are certain types of comments that pop up again and again on nearly every food blog out there. We decided to have a little fun and turn these comments into a Mad Libs-style game that any food blog lover will appreciate. Recruit a fellow food blog reader to fill in the blanks and let the wackiness ensue!
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This sauce is a keeper. #MakeItTonight
Why get take-out when you can marinate and grill these flavor-packed tenderloins faster than you could get to the restaurant and back?
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Quick week-night go-to, summery fresh. #MakeItTonight
These quick quesadillas are loaded with the best of the season: summer squash, fresh corn, and diced tomatoes. Fresh chiles and chipotle powder add depth and give the dish some smoky heat.
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Three of our favorite summer ingredients converge on one plate. #MakeItTonight
This sunset-hued dish is as delicious as it is gorgeous, so it's sure to impress whether you serve it on a weeknight or to weekend dinner guests. The seasoned rice vinegar enhances the sweet and tangy salad for a lovely counterpart to the salmon.
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Meltingly tender.
Restraint and patience are the keys to grilling ribs properly. You want to put them over indirect heat (that is, over a cool zone) so the meat gently cooks. Make sure to cover the grill so that the ribs’ flavor is enhanced with a healthy waft of smoke.
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We know what we're having for dinner tonight.
Juicy pineapple and a tangy lime-ginger marinade on the pork chops creates a perfect grilled meal with that sweet and sour yin and yang that is so appealing.
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It's like a party on your plate!
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Pasta with tomatoes is a no-brainer this time of year, but here's how to really ramp up their flavor.
In this version of the classic Italian pasta dish spaghetti all’Amatriciana, tomato conserva delivers deeper tomato flavor than canned tomatoes. If you can get guanciale (cured pig cheek), try it instead of pancetta for more pronounced porkiness.
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Tomatoes heart peaches.
If you’re hitting the farmers’ markets in late summer, sooner or later you’re going to wind up with a bowl of peaches and a bowl of tomatoes next to each other on your kitchen counter. They’re in season together, and they taste great together, with the sweetness of the peach balancing the acidity of the tomato—so go ahead and turn them into a salad. (But please don’t make this salad in the off-season.) I call this easy summer dish a gazpacho sala...
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