The newest recipes from Better Homes and Gardens celebrate all that is style. We've found that true style is delicious, as evidenced in these fabulous recipes from your favorite bloggers, as well as inventive empanadas created by star chef Marcus Samuelsson. Plus, we've got seasonal recipes, perfect for the last of summer's bounty and fall's sweetest fruit -- apples.
Make the most of the changing season with vibrant dishes that celebrate casual nights spent with family and friends. These stylish dishes are festive yet familiar, perfect for celebrating.
Here's what we're hearing from our editors:
"I love the lemony whipped goat cheese. It's perfect spread onto bread or with fresh veggies."
"Next time I'm craving comfort food, I'll be making empanadas served warm from the oven."
"I can't wait to go apple picking this year -- we have so many great recipes to try!"
Pair the last of summer's sweet corn with tender shrimp and fiery jalapeno for an irresistible appetizer. A blended shrimp paste holds the fritters together -- no need for bread crumbs or eggs.
Sip this summer lemonade with friends -- it's sure to get the party started! For effortless entertaining, make the blackberry syrup ahead of time.
Add a double shot of sophistication to everyone's favorite zucchini cake. Espresso powder in the cake and the whipped cream really wows.
Celebrate summer's most beautiful bounty with this vibrant salad. Fresh blueberries, sweet golden beets, and loads of basil shine when drizzled with a simple Greek yogurt dressing.
Planning a party? Bring everyone to the table with these saucy smothered ribs. Fresh plums add sweetness while chipotle peppers bring smoky heat.
Reimagine the classic Chinese dumpling! We've kept the flavor-packed filling and stuffed it into buttery, flaky pastry dough. Serve these straight from the pan with our citrus dipping sauce.
Spice up classic panzanella with smoky grilled Japanese eggplant and fresh herbs. We like Japanese eggplants for their tender, slightly sweet flesh. You can substitute regular eggplant, as well as zucchini and yellow squash.
This airy spread proves simple is best. With just three ingredients -- goat cheese, lemon, and chives -- it's a party appetizer you'll make again and again.
We all love the warm, familiar flavors of roast chicken. Put a Thai twist on the classic comfort food with vibrant ingredients like coconut, curry, and cilantro.
Transform everyday mushrooms into a bright and unexpected side. With a zesty herb chimichurri, crunchy hazelnuts, and a toasted quinoa topper, this side salad is anything but ordinary.
Bring restaurant-worthy lettuce wraps to the table in just 20 minutes! Our secret for rich Thai flavors? Pantry staples like unsweetened coconut milk and soy sauce.
Serve a savory play on breakfast for dinner tonight! A pinch of cumin takes our hash from morning staple to evening meal.