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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.

Turn up the heat, then sit back and relax with a cool beverage as these ribs slow cook to perfection. Sweet and savory, they’re sure to knock the dust off your spurs. Serve with Garden Cole Slaw and remaining Sweet Whiskey Barbecue Sauce.


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

Just right for get-togethers, these meaty, cheesy sliders can be served with your favorite Market Kitchen sides, salads, chips, fresh fruit and more.

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.

Flavorful autumn ale adds character and tenderness to this hearty beef roast, served with feel-good fall vegetables that are roasted to bring out their deep, soul-satisfying flavor. Serves 6-8.

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.

Blueberry season is finally here! Celebrate with this delightfully buttery bundt cake, speckled with juicy ripe blues. The flavor is taken to the next level by a sophisticated basil-blueberry sauce and a dollop of whipped cream.

Serves: 8-12
Difficulty: easy
Prep time: 20 min
Cook time: 75 min
Special tools: electric mixer, 10" Bundt pan

This fiery assortment of meats served with two flavorful sauces is a great way to entertain. Enjoy with an Orange, Olive and Red Onion Salad for an authentic meal. Serves 4-6.

A fried potato soufflé that’s deeply satisfying on a cold day.

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

Flakey on the outside and tender inside, these sweet and savory stuffed pears make stunning presentation at the end of a meal. Serves 4-6.

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

Aptly named "al mattone," meaning "under a brick" in Italian, this flashback favorite chicken recipe will become a summer grilling favorite. Just don't forget to season the chicken one day ahead.

Serves: 4
Difficulty: easy
Prep time: 20 min
Inactive time: 4-24 hours
Cook time: 30 min
Special tools: food processor or blender 2 bricks, wrapped well with foil, or a large cast iron skillet

A wonderful way to welcome spring, this zesty and flavorful chicken-and-pasta dish makes the most of seasonal veggies. Serves 4.

A smoky-sweet sauce plays the starring role in these finger-licking-good sandwiches. Serves 4.

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

These are some of the best salt and vinegar wings we’ve ever tasted! Serves 4-6.

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.

A Northwest favorite, crab cakes make an elegant impression. Serve them as an appetizer or as a main course, alongside a bowl of rich and satisfying seafood chowder for a wonderful cold-weather meal.

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.”

A Northwest-style appetizer featuring potato and salmon, these easy-to-make bites will be a hit at your next gathering. Makes 12.



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.

A few seconds on the grill brings out the dramatic color and flavor of vegetables. Simply season, grill, stack and dress for a show-stopping presentation. For a complete meal, serve with Caesar salad and fresh ciabatta bread.

This magnificent meal is perfect for celebrating Oktoberfest. Enjoy it with a stein of your favorite German beer for the full experience at home. Serves 4.

Plantains are used in many tropical countries as a quick, fried side dish and can be sweet or savory. Although they resemble and are related to bananas, they’re more neutral and starchy in flavor, delicious and easy to prepare.

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.

An easy, yet elegant recipe that’s perfect for special occasions. Serve this bisque with Artichoke Tapenade on Toasted Bread, or dish up smaller portions for a multi-course dinner.


The sweet-and-spicy flavor of salsa and noodles combines perfectly with the rich flavor of tuna. Try this exotic meal paired with a tropical drink such as a Mai Tai. Serves 4.

A flavorful combination of fresh prawns, zesty limes, creamy butter, spicy chili sauce and sweet Thai basil makes this mouthwatering meal delicious. Serves 4.

Join the newest trend in outdoor cooking – grill a pizza! You’ll need a medium hot grill.

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