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From the perfect apple pie to homemade fig newtons, these are our favorite fruit recipes.
Add as much (or as little) lime and hot sauce to this light, savory beer drink as you want.
Coconut, chocolate chips, pecans, and a graham cracker base.
This pasta packs an aromatic punch.
Roasted squash and sage bring autumnal flavors to this Italian favorite.
A modern approach to one of America's most iconic desserts.
Easy slow-roasted lamb leg that's crispy on the outside and tender within.
This crusty, moist focaccia requires no kneading or stretching.
This banana bread is tender, soft, and gently spiced, perfect with your morning cup of joe.
A light and simple dessert for any occasion.
An entrancing mixture of brandy, lemon juice and orange liqueur.
The slow-cooked, crisply charred effect, no rotisserie required.
Soft, rich lemon bars that slice into neat squares.
A no-fuss method for classic apple pie.
Crunchy lemon-ginger cookies with a refreshing creme filling.
The sharp bites of gin and lemon are beautifully tempered by Cointreau in this classic sour.
What a Cuba Libre cocktail really is (hint: it's more than just a rum and Coke), and how to make it.
The sauce for this duck à l'orange recipe is designed to walk the tightrope of flavor, perfectly suited to cutting through the richness of the roasted duck.
One part West African, one part Thai, two parts delicious.
An addictive Thai dessert, seasoned with salty-sweet coconut milk and served with fragrant sliced mango.
A brief guide to the plump, knobbly tropical fruit that's a lot tastier than it looks.
Everything you need to know to buy a better bottle of extra-virgin olive oil.
How to incorporate the intense citrus and umami power of preserved lemon into your cooking.
Think lemon water's the best way to stop apple slices from browning? Think again.
Not just for curry: everything you can (and should) do with coconut milk
Is the advice to not sauté and fry with olive oil over high heat true? We look at the science.
According to @thefoodlab, one brand of bottled coconut water destroys all others