While some states, like Texas (specifically Austin, which many regard as the birthplace of BBQ), get a lot of credit for their smoked and seasoned meats and sides, the reality is there are good barbecue joints on both sides of the Mississippi and as far north as Canada. From Toronto to Santa Fe, Washington, D.C. to Austin, here are our picks for unique barbecue in North America. Prepare to get your hands dirty.See More
Why do we love curry? Let us count the ways: It's a sweet-heat blend of many spices, including turmeric (which gives curry its characteristic yellow tint), cinnamon, cloves, fenugreek, cumin, nutmeg, chiles, and coriander; it adds depth to chicken dishes, vegetable soups, and even snack mixes; and its heat is a subtle, slow burn that lets food shine. Read on for some of our favorite recipes with curry powder. Kitchen tip: Curry powder loses its pungency quickly and should be stored no longer than 2 months.View Slideshow
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Add some fun to your game day party menu with these mini cheeseburger munchies.
Jamaican jerk seasoning and fresh jalapeno peppers spice up this game day favorite.
Ready in only 20 minutes, these quick-cooking filets combine the flavors of dill, chive, and Honey-Dijon.
Much tastier than the fast-food version, this fresh pizza recipe incorporates chorizo sausage, avocado, and cilantro.
Cannellini beans, baby carrots, and spinach are the stars of this Italian-inspired recipe that's ready and on the table in just 20 minutes. Serve it with cracker bread for an extra Mediterranean-inspired touch.
This curry-flavored chicken dish features red sweet peppers, juicy pineapple bites, and unsweetened coconut milk. Bonus: It's ready and on the table in 20 minutes.
Roasted red sweet peppers, crumbled blue cheese, and beef top crisp greens. A mixture of apricot preserves, horseradish, lemon juice, and Dijon mustard makes the perfect topper.
Tired of the same old pizza? Try topping store-bought pizza crust with three cheeses, corn, chicken, red sweet pepper, tarragon, olives, and fresh herbs.
A rich and creamy sauce made from two cheeses and combined with shrimp, toasted pine nuts, and fresh basil puts a new twist on this pasta favorite.
For a healthy dish the entire family will love, combine wheat berries with garbanzo beans, snow peas, dried apricots, cranberries, and green onions. A mixture of walnut oil and lemon juice makes a simple dressing.
This spin on a "classic flavor combo" makes for a mouthwatering dessert that's a must-try for dinner tonight.
A rich chocolate-and-buttercream drizzle takes classic Bundt cake to the next level. Serve it as the grand finale at your next dinner party.
For a light bite at the end of a heavy meal, try this airy raspberry and chocolate dessert -- it whips up from frozen gelatin in minutes.
Sturdy, dense, and loaded with chocolate, this is the cake that chocolaholics dream of -- and it travels beautifully, making it the ideal potluck dessert.
This delicate, tender cake enveloped in fluffy frosting and coconut makes a beautiful dessert for christenings and weddings.
Let the bold lemon glaze soak into the poppy seed-flecked interior of this cake before you slice it -- the unbeatable flavor will be well worth the wait. Bake it for Mother's Day or Sunday brunch.
It's like the ultimate strawberry, chocolate, and banana sundae -- only better. Love chocolate? Drizzle it with store-bought chocolate sauce before serving.
Chocolate is the star in this moist cake, but coffee is the key ingredient -- it depends on the flavor of the chocolate.
Sweet potatoes, bananas, and pineapple make this cake ultra-moist -- you'll want a second slice!
Tart lemon, lime, and orange put a fresh spin on moist yellow cake -- and creates a light and elegant dessert worthy of a special occasion.
Flavorful spices, boosted by molasses, make this cake unforgettable -- and the perfect cold-weather comfort dessert.
A little cocoa and red food coloring turn classic white cake into a red-hot dessert; buttercream frosting adds an extra layer of decadence.
Citrusy syrup and colorful tropical fruit put a sassy spin on classic sponge cake. This versatile recipe is also ideal for shortcakes, snack cakes, and trifles.
This cake is lighter and airier than many thanks to beaten egg whites. Add a dollop of espresso cream before serving.