This simple vinegar-based cole slaw is our number one side dish. It’s a hallowed tradition on a barbecue sandwich—the tart, crunchy cabbage goes perfectly with the smoky flavor of the meat, and the vinegar helps cut through the pork fat.
In western Sicily, couscous is often served as an appetizer. Here, a bounty of local seafood—swordfish, shrimp, calamari, and mussels—is piled on top for a hearty main course. The cooking liquid, a fragrant tomato-seafood broth, is rich and flavorful, so be sure to serve the seafood and couscous doused with plenty of it—the couscous will […]
Everyone knows how much I love paella–but this is even better. The dish is a traditional northern Spanish clam dish where the rice is almost soupy. No socarrat here! The secret is to steam the fresh clams separately before adding them to the rice. Be sure to reserve the cooking liquid from the clams to […]
This salad is easy to whip up and full of fresh vegetables. Feel free to substitute your favorites, or add whatever’s in season. It can be served warm or at room temperature.
In a very small motor boat galley, Kurtis Denison of Hartford likes to whip up fresh ricotta as an appetizer, or to pair with bolognese sauce, also on this page. “There’s just nothing quit like homemade ricotta,” he says. We agree. It’s ridiculously easy, leaving us wondering why we buy it!
From Faith: Just four simple ingredients… and we have Senior Contributor Chris Prosperi to thank for this slow cooker chicken recipe that turns out the most velvety, moist meat imaginable. The reason for the texture and juicyness, he says, is that the the slow cooker prevents moisture from escaping the bird. Talk about easy… you can […]