It’s fig season, which means we’re cooking them every which way possible — one of our favorite ways of all is in these Burrata and Agrodolce Fig Crostini.
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It took countless batches, taste tests, and lots of chip dipping, but we cracked the code on a homemade version of our favorite Roasted Tomato Salsa.
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Making the classic Moscow Mule cocktail even better with the addition of hibiscus, raspberries, and Aperol.
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Not too sweet but super flavorful, this simple ginger mint green iced tea is my go-to iced tea recipe come summertime.
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A recipe for one of my all-time favorite desserts, Churros with Cinnamon Sugar, from the new book, Sweet Paul Eat and Make, by Paul Lowe.
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For Cinco de Mayo, I’ve given the classic Italian dessert, the affogato, a Mexican twist by topping ice cream with Cafe de Olla.
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For this month’s Last Fridays happy hour, Lillian and I are sharing recipes for chorizo bites and these Grapefruit Beer Mimosa Cocktails.
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This year I created the first-ever official Golden Globes cocktail recipe — made with cardamom, pear, and Champagne, this is The Moet Golden Night.
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Press the pause button during the holiday craziness and dig into a slice of this Cinnamon Swirl Bundt Cake with Salted Coffee-Caramel Sauce.
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This is a simple and quick Roasted Tomato, Kale, Sausage, and Potato Soup recipe that we’ve been cooking in my family for years.
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