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Sweet, Savory, and Everything in Between: 25 Recipes for Pear Season

When fall abruptly rolls in, and summer's fresh produce begins to fade away, apples usually take the spotlight. But let us not forget the apple's darker, more complex cousin, the pear. Pears are lovely raw, baked, caramelized, and stewed—a myriad of options that makes it one of our favorite fall fruits. From cocktails and condiments to muffins and pies galore, we've got 25 recipes to bring pear to your autumn table. More

Because Bacon: 35 Bacon Recipes We Love

Whether it's stuffed into a sandwich, wrapped around some meat, scattered on top of a salad, or eaten straight from the pan, bacon transforms any meal from humdrum to pretty-much-the-best-thing-ever. You could say that it's the salty, smoky flavor or the intoxicating smell that keeps us coming back for more, but we prefer to think that it's the infinite variety of ingredients with which bacon pairs so well. And we've got 35 recipes to get you started. More

The Serious Eats Guide to Italian American Recipes

It's hard to think of a more comforting cuisine than Italian-American, in all of its red sauce-smothered, meaty, pasta-packed glory, and all week we've been celebrating Italian-American classics with a series of all-new recipes. But really, it was all leading up to this end goal: a comprehensive recipe guide for pretty much every Italian-American dish you can think of. Don't see it on this list? Let us know, and we'll start working on it! More

25 Recipes for Your Rosh Hashanah Feast

Tomorrow evening, Jews around the world will gather to celebrate the New Year. But while traditional Rosh Hashanah dinners contain a few standard elements, the menu is far from prescribed. We've collected 25 traditional and contemporary recipes with international influences, from Moroccan-style lamb to Israeli salads, to complete your Rosh Hashanah feast. See them all in the slideshow! More

Four Essential Northern Thai Dishes to Make Right Now

All week I've been publishing recipes and stories from Northern Thailand, the country's least exported regional cuisines. With strong funky aromas, heavy spicing, and the kind of bitter and hot flavors that can make you weep simultaneous tears of pain and pleasure, it's definitely not Thai Food 101 material, but you'll be richly rewarded if you delve into it. If you can't make it all the way to the spice markets and roadside restaurants in Chiang Mai, making these dishes at home is the next best thing. More

25 Sandwich Recipes We Love

Simple handheld versions of our favorite dishes are not really what the art of sandwich-crafting is all about. A perfect sandwich occupies only one culinary niche—its own. We've rounded up a wide variety of sandwich recipes—from casual sliders to meaty bread-bound mains—making it easier to enjoy great sandwiches all the time. More

18 Side Dishes For Labor Day Weekend

Whether you'd gladly trade a day in the office for a day in the kitchen or would rather spend the afternoon at the beach, we've got a mix of indoor- and outdoor-friendly recipes to help you through the long weekend. Click through our slideshow to check out 18 fresh produce-heavy sides for your Labor Day party this September 1st! More

134 Meaty Mains for Labor Day

With Labor Day coming up, it's time to get your butt off the computer and out onto the deck for some chilling and grilling. We've rounded up dozens of our favorite recipes, from American classics like burgers and dogs to our favorite end-of-summer international dishes, to help you plan the best labor day cook-out (or cook-in) ever. More

6 Refreshing Popsicle Recipes We Love

Remember freezer-pops? As a kid, these brightly-colored sugary sticks fueled our summer exploits, and inspired many a feud over who would be stuck with pink. Though I've ostensibly "grown up," I still think I could live off of popsicles through the dog days of summer. Check out six of our favorite recipes after the jump! More

45 Hot and Spicy Dishes for Summer

These are the dog days of summer, but there's one unexpected way to cool down during the hot summer months that doesn't include cold showers or blasting your air conditioning: spicy food. From jalapeño-packed coleslaw to jerk pork skewers, we've got 45 mouth tingling recipes to help you beat the heat. More

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