Now's the time to toast up some grilled cheese sandwiches and get to dunking. Serves 8
In the case of this cobb salad (featuring our Sunday bacon and organic chicken), compiling the ingredients is basically the whole deal. However, to stay with our format, we'll pass along this instruction... Serves 1
These delicious, crunchy cheese puffs are everyone's favorites (we suspect it's the natural bacon that makes them so irresistible). The dough can be made a day ahead, refrigerated, and baked while the dough is still cold. Makes about 30
Does this classic really need a description? We think not, but you'll be happy to give this recipe a try. Serves 6
The traditional BLT has grown up. It's a little more sophisticated than you may remember it. Now it's rBGH-free, uses tasty Swiss cheese and slow-cooked ham … but you can depend on it being as friendly, satisfying and delicious as ever … or better! Serves 2-3
Here's an idea you might like … In the Applegate Kitchen we love using fresh peas when they are in season. We blanch them in boiling salted water until just tender before adding them to the skillet. Serves 4
Winter is the season for grapefruit and oranges. (Really. You could look it up.) The bright flavors of this salad are perfect for a chilly day - you can taste sunshine in every bite. Serve it with good crusty bread and some cheese for lunch or a light supper. Serves 4
Try this satisfying spin on a B.L.T. Pickled red onions—a classic Mexican condiment—should be in everyone’s fridge. They perk up any type of sandwich, as well as tacos, salads, and humble beans and rice. And they couldn’t be easier to make. How to make tomato heart The oblong shape of grape...