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Wellesley Fudge Cake
Published: August 2018
Wellesley Fudge Cake
In the early 20th century, Wellesley women were encouraged to stick to plain dishes and steer clear of anything too sweet. Thankfully, they didn't listen.
Stuffed Tomatoes
Published: November 2015
Stuffed Tomatoes
Stuffed tomatoes always sound fantastic, but too often you end up with tasteless tomatoes and a lackluster stuffing that falls out in a clump.
New Orleans Barbecue Shrimp
Published: July 2014
New Orleans Barbecue Shrimp
Who cares if the name is wrong? Made well, this bold, buttery skillet dish sure tastes right.
Herb Roast Chicken
Published: November 2013
Herb Roast Chicken
What’s the key to getting herb flavor into the chicken? Pass the salt.
Green Chile Cheeseburgers
Published: November 2013
Green Chile Cheeseburgers
This New Mexican classic may just be the best burger you've never had.
Tres Leches Cake
Published: November 2013
Tres Leches Cake
If using a standing mixer to beat the eggs in step 3, be sure to use the whisk attachment. The cake becomes more moist and dense as it sits.
Slow-Cooker Minestrone
Published: October 2013
Slow-Cooker Minestrone
A fresh, vibrant soup from an appliance designed for long, gentle simmering seemed like a contradiction.
Amish Potato Salad
Published: August 2013
Amish Potato Salad
Patty Melts
Published: November 2012
Patty Melts
This big burger with caramelized onions and Swiss cheese on rye is a diner classic. So can you make it without a flattop griddle and a skilled short-order cook?
Slow Cooker French Onion Soup
Published: May 2013
Slow Cooker French Onion Soup
You can't caramelize onions for French onion soup without constant stirring. Or can you?
Chuck Roast in Foil
Published: November 2012
Chuck Roast in Foil
Easy, all-in-one dinner from a foil pouch delivering maximum comfort with minimal work? Sign us up.
Fairy Gingerbread Cookies
Published: October 2012
Fairy Gingerbread Cookies
We brush off (and polish) a 118-year-old recipe for delicate, gingery wafers. They'll steal your heart.
South Carolina Pulled Pork
Published: October 2012
South Carolina Pulled Pork
Slathering a tangy mustard-based sauce on barbecued pork is a good start, but this regional specialty demands more than just a last-minute dose of bold flavors.
Duchess Potatoes
Published: October 2012
Duchess Potatoes
These decadent mashed potatoes have fallen out of favor in the U.S., but we're determined to bring them back.
Herb-Crusted Beef Tenderloin
Published: December 2012
Herb-Crusted Beef Tenderloin
While tender, beef tenderloin often lacks flavor. We solved this when we wrapped the tenderloin roast in a thick herbed crust.
Slow-Cooker Meatballs and Marinara
Published: July 2012
Slow-Cooker Meatballs and Marinara
The meatballs crumbled. The sauce lost its savor. A favorite dinner fell very short. Aren't slow cookers supposed to simplify things?
Chicken and Slicks
Published: July 2012
Chicken and Slicks
If we could figure out how to add flavor to both the broth and the tender noodles, we’d be fast converts to this Appalachian stew.
Morning Buns
Published: July 2012
Morning Buns
Decadent cinnamon buns meet flaky croissant pastry.
Apple Fritters
Published: August 2012
Apple Fritters
You can’t have apple fritters without apples. But apples caused a bushel of problems.
St. Louis-Style Pizza
Published: December 2011
St. Louis-Style Pizza
You can make terrific pizza without yeast.
Grilled Butterflied Lemon Chicken
Published: June 2012
Grilled Butterflied Lemon Chicken
Opening up a whole chicken with a pair of scissors promises crisper skin and the opportunity to put bold seasonings in direct contact with the meat.
Grilled Potato Hobo Packs
Published: November 2011
Grilled Potato Hobo Packs
Hobo packs can be a quick path to great flavor-or a detour to food that is both burned and underdone. We set out to rescue a campfire classic.
Old-Fashioned Pecan Pie
Published: December 2012
Old-Fashioned Pecan Pie
A pecan pie without corn syrup. We certainly don't miss it.
Apple Dumplings
Published: November 2012
Apple Dumplings
Snow White's apple dumpling recipe persuaded the Seven Dwarfs to let her stay. If a Disney cartoon character could make apple dumplings worth remembering, sur…
Beer-Battered Onion Rings
Published: November 2012
Beer-Battered Onion Rings
The soggy, doughy reality is that onion rings fried in beer batter are rarely good. We hoped to improve the odds.
Slow-Cooker BBQ Beef Brisket
Published: November 2011
Slow-Cooker BBQ Beef Brisket
Barbecued brisket should be tender and moist, with a deep brown crust and robust spice and smoke flavor. While this is a hard enough dish to pull off on the g…
Cat Head Biscuits
Published: November 2011
Cat Head Biscuits
As big as a cat's head, golden brown on the outside, but soft and fluffy as a dinner roll on the inside, these regional biscuits deserve national recognition.
Nashville Hot Chicken
Published: May 2013
Nashville Hot Chicken
Getting scorching hot fried chicken outside of Nashville is nearly impossible. We set out to bring this sweat-inducing treat home.
Macaroni and Cheese with Tomatoes
Published: November 2012
Macaroni and Cheese with Tomatoes
Of all the ingredients that get added to macaroni and cheese, few have as successful a track record as tomato.
Crispy Baked Potato Fans
Published: July 2013
Crispy Baked Potato Fans
This stunning potato dish delivers a fluffy interior, a crisp exterior, and a cheesy bread crumb topping—if you can get the potatoes cooked right.
Swiss Steak
Published: November 2012
Swiss Steak
Relegated to school cafeterias, this simple meal deserves better.
Chiffon Cake
Published: October 2011
Chiffon Cake
It was billed as the "cake discovery of the century" In the late 1940's. Can chiffon cake still stand up to the hype?
Banana Pudding
Published: October 2011
Banana Pudding
Creamy, sweet, cold, and fruity, good banana pudding can't be beat. What a shame it is so rarely good.
Gumbo
Published: September 2011
Gumbo
When a dish involves a hazard known as "Cajun napalm," you know there's room for improvement.
Chinese-Style Barbecued Spareribs
Published: November 2012
Chinese-Style Barbecued Spareribs
We love smoky, tender barbecued ribs. And we love sticky, intensely flavored Chinese ribs. Could we marry the two?
Apple Cider Chicken
Published: September 2011
Apple Cider Chicken
It takes more than cider to infuse chicken with “to-the-bone” apple flavor.

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