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Translated from Spanish to mean “in the style of the shepherd,” al pastor pork is traditionally spit-grilled. This easy-to-make version has the same great flavor and tender meat without the mess of a rotisserie. For added zing, plan ahead and marinate pork overnight. Makes 12 tacos.

With a little effort and a few simple ingredients, create elegant and delicious appetizers that will impress your guests.

Guinness-laden sirloin adds richness and depth to these flakey meat pies filled with earthy veggies and creamy Dubliner cheese. Serve with a big salad for a wonderful Irish meal. Makes 8 pies.

This rub adds an unexpected, sophisticated flavor to your favorite grilled meats. Cacao nibs offer a slightly nutty, earthy taste with subtle hints of chocolate. Marinate tri-tip overnight for full flavor. Serves 4-6.

Delightfully buttery and speckled with juicy blueberries, this beautiful bundt cake is enhanced by a flavorful basil-blueberry sauce and a dollop of whipped cream. Serves 12.

With a little effort and a few simple ingredients, create elegant and delicious appetizers that will impress your guests.

This slow-roasted Chinese-Hawaiian pulled pork is marinated in a sweet, garlicky sauce that turns into a sticky, flavorful glaze. Seasoned with Chinese five spice, ginger, pineapple juice and Sriracha, Char Siu (or "fork roast") makes fantastic sliders and is easy to prepare ahead and reheat.


Serves: 8-12
Difficulty: easy
Prep time: 15 min
Cook time: 3-4 hr

One of our tasters paused, mid-bite, and said, “That’s one of the best things I’ve ever eaten.” Here’s why: Maple Bacon Butter melted over savory and lightly sweetened quick bread with extra kick from tart cherries and crunchy pecans. Wonderful served for brunch. Leftovers make an excellent addition to stuffing.


Serves: 6-8
Difficulty: easy
Active prep time: 30 min
Non-active time: 80 min
Special tools: 9”x5” loaf pan, wire rack
Advanced prep: can be made one day ahead

Saltimbocca means “jump in your mouth”, which is exactly what the flavors do in this dish!

A hearty meal that feeds many, this Italian classic with a chicken-basil-sausage twist is flavored with herbs, creamy cheeses and marinara. Leafy greens, dressed with simple vinaigrette, are perfect alongside this mouth-watering dish.

Mild and magnificent, the poblano chili pepper is one of the most popular peppers grown in Mexico. It’s size and color makes it perfect for stuffing. This show-stopping entrée is loaded with tender chicken, veggies and spices. Serve this amazing dish with Spanish rice.

Chuck roast is a less expensive way to enjoy this classic entrée, which is often made with beef tenderloin. It’s definitely worth your time. Serves 8 (2 loaves).

Nothing says “I love you” like scratch-made cookies. Choose one or bake all three, then package and give them as a heartfelt gift.

Traditionally made with apricots and plums, these tarts have a place in Polish tradition. This version includes sweet-tart cranberries that complement a brown sugar-shortbread crust; a nut topping adds a pleasant crunch. Easy to prepare and oh-so good, they make an excellent snack or end to any meal. (Yields 12 tarts)

 

 

Wake up the family or overnight guests with the smell of this warm, feel-good comfort food. Filled with sweet, tangy cranberries, creamy custard and crunchy walnuts, the only thing they’ll have to say is “Mmmmmm.”

Dark, rich and beautiful, this sublime cake is an easy yet sophisticated holiday dessert.


Serves: 10-12
Prep time: 45 min
Baking time: 50-60 min

When grilled cheese and PB&J just won’t do, try this flavorful sandwich with tasty, tart apples, pungent onions and a sweet fig spread.

Reveal your sweet side to someone you’re sweet on with this dreamy little chocolate number. One bite and they’re sure to fall head over heels in love.

This recipe serves as a vegetarian meal with a green salad or can accompany barbecued meats.

This deliciously exotic dish exudes familiar holiday spices to create an easy and amazingly aromatic feast. Serve with warm buttered bread and a side salad, if desired, for a hassle-free holiday meal. Artisan Chef Greg Cabeza created this tasty holiday alternative.

Like those who fell head-over-heels for the Beatles’ song “Honey Pie” back in the ‘60s, family and friends will swoon over this sweet-as-heaven pie, perfect for the holidays.

Your loved ones are sure to enjoy the combination of cranberry and orange of these Cranberry Pillow Cookies and the rich flavor of these Winter Molasses Cookies. Each recipe makes 18-24 cookies.

Usher in autumn with the lovely combination of sweet honey and tart Granny Smith apples in this delectable dessert.


Makes: 10” cake
Difficulty: easy
Prep time: 15 min
Bake Time: 50-60 min
Special tools: 10” tube pan, pastry brush
Make ahead: can be made 2-3 days ahead, refrigerated

Smoked mozzarella, spinach, roasted red pepper and tasty marinara bring color and Italian flavor to this feel-good entrée. For a complete meal, serve this “give-me-seconds” main course with herbed and buttered gnocchi, roasted potatoes or pasta, and warm bread.

Create these brownies for your football fan sweetheart!

Surprise mom with breakfast in bed, or serve this tasty parfait at your Mother’s Day brunch for a special day she won’t soon forget.

Peak-of-the-season fruit is baked into a crispy and aromatic shell for a rustic, free-formed tart. An enticing end to any meal, it can be served by itself or à la mode.


Serves: 4-6
Active prep time: 30 min
Non-active prep time: 3 hr
Difficulty: easy to intermediate
Special tools: food processor, pastry brush, rolling pin
Advanced prep: dough can be made 1 day ahead

Pour yourself a glass of milk and enjoy a moist, delicious slice of this old-fashioned marble cake. This best-of-both-worlds cake is sure to satisfy everyone.

With a little effort and a few simple ingredients, create elegant and delicious appetizers that will impress your guests.

Take your holiday ham to new heights with this modern, savory-meets-sweet version of an old-fashioned favorite. Serves 8-12.

Peak-of-the-season peaches, rose water and ground coriander perfume this pretty coffee cake, featuring farina for a moist and unexpected texture. Easy to prepare and best served warm, it can be enjoyed any time of day!


Serves: 8
Difficulty: easy to moderate
Prep time: 20 min
Bake time: 45-50 min
Special tools: stand mixer, rubber spatula, 9x2” pie or cake pan

Celebrate the start of grilling season with these tasty ribs that get a punch of flavor from a sweet peach glaze. Pair with our recipe for Roasted Herbed Potato Salad, and then add an iced tea or your favorite cold brew for a memorable meal. Serves 4-6.

With a little effort and a few simple ingredients, create elegant and delicious appetizers that will impress your guests.

Craving a new twist on enchiladas? This mouthwatering version features slow-roasted pork and a rich mole. Yields 20 enchiladas.

This French-inspired, vegan dish is both beautiful and delicious. The word "Tian" describes both the vessel in which it's baked and the layered contents.

Serves: 4-6
Difficulty: medium
Active prep time: 30 min
Bake time: 1 hr 45 min
Special tools: 2-qt ceramic or glass baking dishes, large-rimmed baking sheets, parchment paper

Popular in Latin America, braising creates tender, mouthwatering meat that complements this fresh, bright salad. Serve with beans, tropical fruit and fried plantains* for a colorful, complete meal.

As a gift to your guests at your next brunch, serve these delicate boxes filled with fluffy eggs, savory sausage, fresh veggies and Spanish cheese. Serves 4.

With a little effort and a few simple ingredients, create elegant and delicious appetizers that will impress your guests.

Awaken overnight guests from their slumber with the aroma of scratch-made pumpkin muffins, loaded with good-for-you fiber, potassium and vitamins. Tender, moist and delectable, these healthy, whole-wheat muffins are a great way to show you care. Go to our website’s recipe section for a delicious Cinnamon Ginger Butter recipe to top them off. Makes 6 jumbo muffins.

Are you or someone one you know counting down the days until raspberry season? Satisfy the craving early with this light and moist raspberry cake. We recommend using frozen, locally grown raspberries for close-to-home quality and taste.

Create a restaurant-quality meal at home with this rich and creamy duck confit ravioli. Use rabbit, pheasant, or other cooked game meat, or pulled pork as deliciously appropriate substitutes.

Fresh thyme and bacon add oomph to earthy Brussels sprouts in this savory side.


Difficulty: easy
Time: 30 min
Serves: 4

An earthy side through and through, these Brussels sprouts are punctuated by a zing of garlic, fresh sage and smoky pancetta.

 

 

Pair this recipe with Peachy Baby Back Ribs and then add an iced tea or your favorite cold brew for a memorable meal. Serves 4-6.

In French, “galette” is a term used to describe various types of flat, round or freeform crusty cakes. Traditionally filled with eggs, vegetables or fruit, our recipe includes chicken, mushrooms and potatoes for a meal unto itself. Yields 6 servings.

Perfect on a warm summer day, this tantalizing tart combines two of our favorite summer flavors, lemon and raspberry. Enjoy this beautiful-yet-simple dessert with a tall glass of raspberry iced tea and a sprig of mint for a truly refreshing treat.

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