Summer fresh garden salsa with cucumbers, red bell peppers, onion, jalapeño, and mintPhotography Credit:Elise BauerI love growing cucumbers, truly I do! But boy are they prolific. With just one Persian cucumber plant I have enough cucumbers for the neighborhood.If you too are a summer gardener faced with the same dilemma of too many cucumbers, or if you just love the taste of cool and crunchy cucumbers, here’s an easy and fun way to use them, in a colorful salsa!
Here& 39;s a festive holiday punch that& 39;s fit for a crowd! We make it with cranberry juice, orange juice, bourbon, and hard cider, though we include a non-alcoholic version so kids to enjoy, too.Photography Credit:Garrett McCordWant an easy cocktail for your New Year’s party without playing bartender all night?
Hands down, asparagus is my favorite spring and early summer veggie. And it’s not really hard to cook, but very easy to overcook—more on that in a minute!Roasting and grilling asparagus certainly have their merits, but there’s something special that happens when asparagus is cooked sous vide. It’s almost as if the asparagus becomes the best version of itself.
Stew thick enough to literally stick to your ribs. Stew so wonderful that it fills your whole house with delicious smells so tempting you can’t help but relocate to the kitchen. Here are all our very best stew recipes, just for you.Most Recent Stew Recipes & IdeasSlow Cooker Taco SoupThis slow cooker taco soup with ground beef is so easy — and SO GOOD!
If food transformed into foam and served on porcelain plates is a stronghold of modern haute cuisine, then fish tacos are the best beach party you’ve ever been to.They are eaten out of hand, assembled at the table, and can turn any gathering of respectable people into a party full of unruly friends and riotous laughter.
Save time by prepping the parsley and green onions while the potatoes are cooking.Method1 Boil the potatoes: Place the peeled and cut potatoes and the thyme in a medium (2 quart) saucepan and cover with cold water. Add two teaspoons of salt to the water.Bring to a boil and reduce heat to maintain a low simmer.