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Chef Brooks Headley’s vegetarian Superiority Burger puts all other veggie burgers to shame. Plus, it’s super easy to make at home.
The dough for these cookies doesn’t need to be chilled nor does it need to be rolled out and shaped with cutters.
A classic cake is usually three-tiered and topped with a custard-y topping with coconut and pecans.
The grill is a perfect vehicle for creating incredible small bites for summer get-togethers.
This cheesy spin on ramen noodles is a guilty, silky pleasure.
The cold weather has delayed much of the rhubarb this spring, but recipes cake, compote and scones are worth waiting for.
Spork’s pastry chef will offer her version of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding cake through May 19.
Whether you’re serving brunch, packing for a picnic or simply want a light dinner, a flaky quiche Lorraine always pleases.
Food blogger Jessica Merchant is crazy about easy-to-make, honest food. She shares 150 of her favorite recipes in a new cookbook.
Taquitos are easy to make, don’t require a plate and will get you in the spirit of fiesta.
The celebrity TV chef/cookbook author will be opening her third restaurant in Baltimore on May 16.
The Taste of Millvale on Saturday will offer samplings of residents’ recipes along with a cookbook so you can make them yourself.
Elevate the humble potato pancake by piling it high with chicken thighs that have been simmered in a chipotle-spiced tomato sauce.
Heinz Real Mayonnaise is made with 100 percent cage-free eggs, according to the company.
Radishes not only add a crunchy texture but also add a much appreciated taste to salads and even butter.
Use the right bread, yummy cheese and seasonal veggies, and they will add up to a satisfying sandwich unto itself.
These spicy Vietnamese udon noodles are better than takeout and super easy to make at home.
Spring cleaning shouldn’t mean only chasing away cobwebs and washing down walls, clean out items lingering in your pantry, too.
The yellow cake made with hot milk and topped with broiled caramel and coconut originated in the early 1900s and became a classic.
Sugar-Coated Pecans and Corn Salad are two ways to get your nutrition without causing intestinal problems.
Whether you’re celebrating a fat return or crying about having to pony up, this rich chocolate mousse cake will boost your spirits on Tax
Making pesto in spring? Then look beyond basil, hold the pine nuts and think about adding seasonal vegetables.
Pennsylvania waters will be stocked with hatchery-raised brook, brown and rainbow trout when the season opens Saturday.
Serve the creamy dip with slices of baguette that are drizzled with olive oil and toasted.
This plant-based burger is packed full of flavor and nutrition.
There’s a right way and a wrong way to serve and eat hot dogs.
The opening of major league baseball is a perfect time to open the hot dog season.
Learn to make this easy Italian pasta dish that’s loaded with spring vegetables.
Mac and cheese might be an oldie, but it’s also a can’t-miss goodie.
New York author’s new book chronicles the customs of Sephardic Passover traditions across the world, including Iraq, Yemen, Syria, Libya.
Made with diced chicken instead of the traditional combo of ground chuck and pork, it’s a little lighter than the classic dish.
It wouldn’t be St. Patrick’s Day without a little Guinness Stout to help celebrate.
Spring tonic soups are packed with freshness, vitamins and goodness that wake you up from winter’s drab.
Since corned beef and cabbage are staples on St. Patrick’s Day in the U.S., use them creatively.
Chase away the chill with a warm and fragrant vegetarian soup flavored with curry.
Lamb is a popular dish as we approach spring, and there are so many different ways to prepare it.
Ashley Singh Thomas, a die-hard Instant Pothead, honors the multicooker with her blog, group on Facebook and cookbook.
Celebrate the season with a rainbow of flavors and colors in your milkshake glass.
You’re probably eating a lot of fish during Lent. Dress it up with Mediterranean spices and a tasty burrata and burnt orange salad.
A whiskey pie with mashed potatoes and chocolate pecan pie are runners-up in the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust contest.
The trick to a perfect pot pie is getting all the ingredients — chicken, vegetables, sauce and crust — to the right degree of doneness.
Fried fish sandwiches aren’t your only option on Fridays during Lent. You also can fill up on shrimp, fish and crab tacos, too.
Served over rice, a Cuban-style creole makes a tasty (and easy) one-pot meal for family gatherings and school night cooking.
Tearless Sunions are sweet and crunchy, and are not genetically modified.
Variations of the ground meat — with different spices, toppings and ratio of pork to beef — can be found all over the world.
Generally made with seasoned meat, poultry or fish that is ground or chopped, a sausage is stuffed into a casing.
While you wait for spring’s lettuces and asparagus to arrive, green beans will feed your desire for something green.
Pineapple tarts are fragrant, delicious and meaningful — what’s not to love about them?
The menu on Chinese New Year reflects foods that have auspicious qualities.
With dinnertime coming earlier during winter, potatoes and cabbage help a meal come together faster and with less fuss.