Here, the rustic whole-grain pasta is enhanced with the mild sweetness of roasted peppers and shrimp, and the kick of a spicy garlic marinade.
Honey, cinnamon, and coarse sugar lend a sweet sparkle to the topping on this rustic cobbler.
This striking side dish can just as easily work as an appetizer—the carrots make fun finger food.
Sweet tomatoes get cooked until they break down, creating a jammy sweet-and-sour sauce that’s made even better with bacon.
Featuring a tender custard filling full of chile-spiced roasted squash and garlic plus lots of Cheddar, this quiche is guaranteed to please vegetarians and meat eaters alike.
This handsome cake tastes great freshly made, but the ginger flavor comes through even more strongly on the second day.
Brining brings out the best in turkey, making it juicy and adding savory flavor; be sure to allow enough time (at least 4 hours) to brine the breast.
The bitter, herbaceous, hoppy flavor of pale ale adds depth to both the chicken and a quick-pickled red onion topping.
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