Roasted-carrot salads aren’t anything new, but I definitely amped mine up.
This light olive oil cake can be served alone or accompanied by pears poached in red wine or brandy-soaked cherries or prunes, but the success of the cake depends on using a top-quality olive oil.
Bright and fresh from the citrus, this shellfish dinner is fast enough for a weeknight meal and pretty enough for entertaining, especially when served on a platter with lemon and orange wedges.
No brining or babysitting is needed for this recipe — just a good bird, started from room temperature, cooked in a calibrated oven (meaning you know the exact inside temperature — ask at the hardware store for the $4 oven thermometer that hooks onto a rack) for the amount of time needed for your size […]
Our copy of Fine Cooking Magazine’s book, How to Cook a Turkey, is dog-eared and food splattered. What’s great about this cranberry recipe is that it’s hands-off. You can roast it in the oven up to a week ahead; we think it’s better that way. Thus, you are killing two birds with one stone, though […]
You can easily make Alex Province’s sangria recipe your own. Use a red, white, or even a rosé wine. As long as the wine is unoaked, you’ll have a tasty sangria. Add the brandy or leave it out. Use any fruit you like to infuse the sangria with flavor: apples, melon, limes, lemons, peaches. Anything with a rind would be good.