Take your dishes from dry to delightful. A little extra flavor brightens up everything from veggies, to meat, to chips.
The right sauce, marinade or dressing jazzes up everything from meats to veggies to chips.
This superb salmon recipe is simply sensational.
You can use your left over turkey stuff from Thanksgiving to make your gravy for Christmas.
Everybody knows that peanut butter and marshmallow make a great match. Add chocolate, and you've got a real trio of a treat.
A surefire hit for any kind of grilled meat is a teriyaki sauce.
This is a quick and easy marinade that uses fresh rosemary and lemon to bring the taste of summer to your grilled chicken.
You won't make this old favorite for supper, but you might serve it with crackers the next time friends drop in.
This is a versatile, moderately hot rub that you can heat up by increasing the chili powder or pepper, or by brushing on spicy barbecue sauce near the end of the cooking time. Don't be a snob about garlic and onion powder: They're just right in a rub.
Add some spice to your next chicken or fish dinner.
Use this paste on flank steak, pork tenderloin, duck or chicken breasts. Then slice the meat and arrange it over greens for a warm summer salad.
Delicious on pork or fish, this is a great way to spice things up the next time you grill.
Use this complex but gentle marinade on game hens, chicken, swordfish, tuna or jumbo shrimp (with or without the shells).