Ultra-Tropical Piña Colada

Jul. 25th, 2017 10:25 am
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Posted by Daniel Gritzer

Ultra-Tropical Piña Colada
A good piña colada should instantly transport you to warm sandy beaches and turquoise waters. What we don't want is a drink that tastes weak and watery, nor artificially tropical, as if someone dumped a bottle of tanning oil into the blender. This version produces a slushy frozen cocktail full of ripe pineapple and rich coconut flavor. Plus a good, strong hit of rum. Get Recipe!
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Posted by J. Kenji López-Alt

Austrian-Style Potato Salad (Erdäpfelsalat)
Lighter and more refreshing than American potato salad, the Austrian version is flavored with onions, vinegar, and mustard, and bound in a light sauce that gains a bit of creaminess solely from the potatoes' natural starch. Get Recipe!
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Posted by Stella Parks

No-Bake Cookies With Chocolate, Peanut Butter, and Chewy Oats
Believe it or not, these peculiarly American treats are a type of creamy peanut butter fudge masquerading as a chewy oatmeal cookie. Don't let the idea of fudge throw you off: As long as you're armed with a digital thermometer, this recipe couldn't be simpler, or more rewarding. Get Recipe!
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Posted by Emily and Matt Clifton

Crostini With Blistered Cherry Tomatoes, Burrata and Chive Oil
The building blocks of a classic Caprese salad are re-imagined in these summery toasts. First, cherry tomatoes are blistered in a skillet until bursting with juice. Then creamier burrata takes the place of the more standard mozzarella. And in place of basil leaves, a quick and easy chive oil adds an herbal accent. The result makes for a great snack or light meal. Get Recipe!

Adobo-Marinated Grilled Pork Chops

Jul. 19th, 2017 07:40 am
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Posted by Michael Harlan Turkell

Adobo-Marinated Grilled Pork Chops
Filipino adobo is a classic dish, usually of stewed chicken or pork in a tangy, flavorful sauce made from cane vinegar, soy sauce, and aromatics. But the building blocks of the adobo sauce also make a great marinade for grilled meats, like the pork chops here. Get Recipe!
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Posted by Daniel Gritzer

Ajo Blanco (Spanish Chilled Bread and Almond Soup)
Made with bread, almonds, garlic, olive oil, and a splash of vinegar, then topped with refreshing green grapes, ajo blanco is Spain's other perfect warm-weather bread soup, and it just happens to be 100% vegan. Get Recipe!
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El Derby Ahumado (Basil Julep With Cucumber, Jalapeño, and Mezcal)
This cocktail is admittedly quite far from classic julep territory, but it's as drinkable as it is atypical. The name means "the smoked derby" in Spanish, a nod to the mezcal that lends the drink its campfire aroma. Mixed with it are muddled cucumber (for thirst-quenching freshness); jalapeño (for green, vegetal spice); basil (for an herbal note); and agave syrup—which is made from the same Mexican succulent that mezcal is, though sugar would work just fine in its place. Get Recipe!
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Dark and Stormy Julep Cocktail (With Ginger and Rum)
A Dark and Stormy is made with Gosling's rum, ginger beer, and lime, so the idea here is to loosely play with those flavors in the format of a mint julep. The result has the rich, round, sweet base flavors of rum and maple syrup, the freshness of the mint, and then that zesty spiciness of ginger, which wakes the whole thing up and pulls the sweetness into focus. Get Recipe!

Chocolate Mint Julep Cocktail

Jul. 13th, 2017 12:50 pm
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Posted by Daniel Gritzer

Chocolate Mint Julep Cocktail
Twisting the classic mint julep idea just a bit, this variation substitutes crème de cacao for the sugar. It's a liqueur that's sweet enough to do the work of the sugar, while adding a chocolate flavor that pairs perfectly with both the vanilla-caramel bourbon notes and the fresh mint. Get Recipe!
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Posted by J. Kenji López-Alt

Peruvian-Style Grilled Chicken Sandwiches With Spicy Green Sauce
Peruvian-style grilled chicken—spice- and vinegar-rubbed, then slow-grilled—is great on its own, but add some of that addictive creamy jalapeño sauce and you've got a meal that's hard to top. This recipe takes those classic components, simplifies them for quicker cooking, and puts them between two pieces of bread. Meet the Peruvian grilled chicken sandwich, you're gonna want to get to know it well. Get Recipe!
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Posted by Emily and Matt Clifton

British Fish Pie With Smoked Salmon, Shrimp, and Mashed Potatoes
This fish pie is packed with three different kinds of fish—firm, white-fleshed cod (or another, similar fish); hot-smoked salmon; and shrimp—all of it bathed in a flavorful and creamy sauce. On top, a layer of perfectly browned and buttered mashed potatoes. Get Recipe!

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