Everyone's a kid again with these easy-as-can-be pops. Make them ahead and pop 'em in the freezer for carefree summer entertaining.
Your favorite party food just got prettier.
The secret to making rich, delicious crab cakes at home? Less filler, simple ingredients, and a buttery panko crust.
Here's a boozy bourbon drink that's dressed for summer. Fresh strawberries and mint make it the season's most refreshing cocktail.
Drink pretty. Fresh flowers impart a subtle floral flavor to flat or sparkling water.
Test Kitchen Tip: Be sure to use flowers that aren't treated with pesticides.
An overnight brine infuses chicken with the irresistible flavor of tangy cheese. Still not enough? Top the finished dish with crumbled feta.
Let's face it: Pasta salad can be boring. Here, gnocchi, cantaloupe, and a creamy feta sauce make it anything but.
We're talking lemon on lemon on lemon over here. Triple the citrus means these sweets are bursting with the freshest flavors of summer.
Dinner is in your pantry. Our flavor-packed glaze is easy enough for weeknight but completely company-worthy. Finish the meal with a quick salad of spinach and peaches.
This recipe is for that lonely bunch of parsley in the fridge.
Skip the fancy spiralizer. All you need here is a vegetable peeler -- and a fork.
Need a party appetizer, like, right now? This Southern-style spread is ready in just 20 minutes.
It's time to join the club and put fruit on your sandwich. Sweet cantaloupe meets spicy harissa in this double-decker sandwich.
Test Kitchen Tip: Use extra-thin bread here to allow the fillings to shine.
Introducing romaine to the grill brings out its natural sweetness -- making it a perfect match for our bold pepper dressing.
Craving takeout? Toss together just five ingredients and you've got the freshest take on sweet and sour we've ever seen.
Cooking hot peppers in butter mellows their heat and creates a silky pan sauce for smoky grilled fish.
Keep this quick pickled salad in the fridge and you'll always be minutes away from a favorite summer side dish.
No more dry turkey burgers! Simply use ground turkey with a bit more fat (we like 80 percent lean/20 percent fat).