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  • Article

    Believe it or Not: Caramelized Pork

    This pork takes a walk on the sweet side with the help of a thick caramel glaze.

  • Article

    A Lovely Labor Day Libation

    This watermelon soda float is a great drink to serve at your Labor Day cookout this weekend. Think of it as one last ode to summer.

  • Article

    Clams Done Asian with Mirin, Lime and Cucumber

    These steamed clams get a tart flavor punch from mirin and lime and are balanced with a bit of cool cucumber.

  • Recipe

    Cube Steak with Lime Mojo

    Mojo is a garlicky citrus sauce that’s popular throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. This lime-heavy version (most mojo is made with sour oranges, a tropical fruit) is a perfect…

  • Recipe

    Lime Curd

    This alternative to lemon curd is delicious sandwiched between shortbread cookies, swirled into yogurt, folded into whipped cream for a mousse, or dolloped over pound cake and topped with berries.

  • Article

    Coconut Chiffon Cupcakes for Grownups

    Cupcakes were a childhood favorite, but a sophisticated cupcake from the Raspberri Cupcakes blogger appeals more to my inner-grownup than my inner-child.

  • Article

    Baked: New Frontiers in Baking

    Modern American recipes to satisfy any sugar craving.

  • Recipe

    Lime-and-Coconut-Marinated Peekytoe “Crab Cakes” with Tomato Chutney

    In true restaurant fashion, you’ll need a ring mold to build these “cakes” so that they hold their shape. 

  • Article

    Gelatin Dangers

    Sometimes the kitchen can be a perilous place. Knives, flames, and making suggestions for how to "improve" the cook's dish. But gelatin? Is that really all that dangerous?

  • Recipe

    Tequila-Lime Marmalade

    A long simmer gives this marmalade an assertive flavor, making it equally suitable for both sweet and savory cooking. Try using it as a glaze on chicken, brushing it on…

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