These mini-sandwiches require no effort but will be the first thing to fly at your party: warm crescent rolls stuffed with sweet-and-sour glazed cocktail sausages.
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Plump, tangy, briny marinated anchovies are a far cry from the desiccated little monsters you see on pizza. Give them a chance, anchovy-haters!
Warm, rich, and luxuriously thick, champurrado is Mexican hot chocolate with an unexpected secret ingredient: corn masa.
Bring on the mai tais with this tiki culture-inspired dish. Tangy sweet and sour sauce glazes chunks of chicken, pineapple, peppers, cashews, and snow peas in a stir-fry that takes less than 20 minutes.
A sandwich packed with vegetables that's so filling and flavorful, it will satisfy even the most sharp-fanged of carnivores. Roasted yams—sweet, smoky, and spicy—with tahini mayonnaise, cheese, and toasted walnuts for added crunch.
Our last challenge for Weekend Cook and Tell was for all of you to share your favorite time-friendly eats. We called this Cooking on the Quick. Frankly, I was overwhelmed by the response and have decided to bookmark the page for my own selfish future needs. (Baby Zog requires much chasing.) Take a look and see what in-a-crunch ideas you will want to bookmark for yourselves.
This isn't an attempt to outshine the original beef Patty Melt, but it is pretty gosh-darn awesome with its crisp pork patty and caramelized fennel and onions.