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
From easy kabobs to tender lamb chops, these lamb recipes are delicious and simple enough to make on a weeknight.
These aren't your grandmother's lamb chops. A medley of fresh ingredients plus marjoram and thyme spices add up to a fresh take on lamb.
With just 25 minutes of prep time, you can serve tender roasted lamb any day of the week. Five different herbs lend their might to the coating, while roasted radishes make the perfect side dish.
In under an hour, you can dig in to a bold, Indian-inspired meal that boasts garlicky ground lamb, six vegetables, and -- of course -- curry powder. For an authentic experience, serve with chutney and rice.
Colorful ingredients such as barley, tomatoes, cucumber, and greens help bring out the lighter side of lamb. Serve this appealing dish on flatbread.
Slow-cook lamb shanks with vegetables and chicken broth for incredible tenderness and flavor. If you like, sprinkle the dish with snipped fresh rosemary before serving.
Creamy yogurt and fresh mint make a delicious dressing for this 20-minute salad of hearty lamb, crisp greens, and crunchy radishes.
Serve this slow-cooked Greek lamb medley over hot-cooked orzo and sprinkle with crumbled feta cheese.
Seasoned with a mixture of orange peel, cinnamon, and cumin, these lamb chops are full of flavor. Bonus: They're impressive enough for a dinner party.
Tagine is a traditional Moroccan dish named after the special earthenware pot used to make it. Luckily, with some help from your slow cooker, you can make this full-flavor meal anytime. Serve it with couscous and top it with almonds to round out the dish.
You're just seven ingredients away from a grilled lamb and pasta salad that's full of Mediterranean flavor thanks to homemade Mint Herb Pesto to toasted pine nuts.
Slow-smoking for 3 hours gives this lamb irresistible flavor. Combine that with eight different spices, Greek tzatziki sauce, and pita bread, and you'll have a meal that's truly a delight.
Grilled cantaloupe and honeydew add a fresh summer spin to this Mediterranean-inspired lamb kabob recipe. Our homemade yogurt sauce is ideal for dipping.