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Serious Entertaining: A Thai-Style Tapas Dinner

I love to tapas Thai food. Not only does it make a stunning sight, laid out in a lavish and colorful spread, but the boldly sweet, sour, and spicy notes seem to physically lower my body temperature—even when the dishes themselves are fiery-hot. These particular recipes are quick, easy, and hot weather-friendly. Many also call for the same ingredients, so don't be daunted by the volume—once you've gathered staples like citrus fruits, herbs, and fish sauce, the rest of it's a breeze. More

Serious Entertaining: Super Bowl Snacks

The key to a great game day spread is to make sure that you've got a good mix of dippables, scoopables, finger foods, and full-on edibles to keep your guests satisfied and entertained, all while making sure that enough of them can be made in advance so you don't have to worry about spending the whole game in the kitchen or rushing around like a maniac during half time trying to re-fill party platters. More

Happy National Pie Day! 10 Savory Pie Recipes We Love

Wait, it's not March 14th. We still have a couple of months before Pi Day. But today the pie gods are giving us another excuse to eat pie. January 23 is National Pie Day as sanctioned by the Pie Council (yes, such a council exists). They picked 1/23 because "celebrating is as easy as 1-2-3." This means, if you haven't eaten a pie already, locating one should be very high on your priority list. More

15 Chili Recipes We Love

There are disputes in the chili world as to what makes the best chili. Ground beef or chunks? Are tomatoes allowed? Should we even mention beans? What if it's all vegetarian? We've included a different chili recipe for everyone in this mix. More

Potatoes! 36 Potato Recipes We Love

Potatoes: they're always hanging around. At least, I never remember buying any but then always seem to have at least five in my kitchen (what's with that?). I'm going to go ahead and assume this happens to other people too. They're sort of the plain janes of root veggies but that's a good thing, because they're versatile, and they're a gluten-free starch (important for some). More

This Week's Tasty 10: The 10 Most Popular Posts from the SE Kitchen

Tasty 10: The 10 Most Popular Posts from the SE Kitchen

This Week's Tasty 10: The 10 Most Popular Posts from the SE Kitchen

49 Pasta Recipes We Love

One of the best things about pasta is its incredible versatility. Whether you prefer tomatoes and meat slow-cooked into a heavy sauce, or something light and lemony tossed with fresh herbs, or a comforting cheesy casserole, you can easily find your next dinner here. More

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