This is sinfully delicious and will get you a lot of OOHs and AAHs. Simple but fantastic! Coconut milk crepes with a banana filling are flambeed with Grand Marnier orange liqueur.
A spicy, tangy butter mixture to serve with steak or as a condiment on hamburgers.
Dessert for date night? Done. And you can do it without a regular oven. Heck, without a regular kitchen. All you need is an outlet and some chocolate.
Who wants to be inside some stuffy Italian restaurant when you could be in the great outdoors--or just your backyard--enjoying the creamy deliciousness of fettuccine alfredo. Crank up Sinatra on your iPod and you've got an outdoor date night.
An easy scallops recipe with spicy Mexican flavors. A very quick seafood dinner, with wine sauce adding sophisticated flavor.
A crabby take on the classic dish Lobster Newburg, invented for NYC's Delmonico's Restaurant in 1876.
Looking to class things up? This sophisticated appetizer looks great. Cooking it is a little tricky, but we think you can deal. Required tool: A double boiler. If you don't have one, you can use a heat-resistant bowl set over a saucepan instead.
Say that five times fast. It's harder than making these crepes, which are like thinner pancakes (they cook faster too). Filled with sweet caramel, whipped cream and fresh raspberries, it's like eating dessert for breakfast.
A buttery, thick, and chewy pizza dough that is baked in a cast iron skillet. Pizza never tasted so good! Toppings are substantial but not overwhelming where the dough won't cook. If you cook the sausage while the dough is proofing you'll be ready to assemble the pizza that much faster.
Tired of spending $4 for flatbread at a local upscale food market, I created this delicious flatbread. The pesto and Parmesan blend beautifully and it's quick to make and doesn't require any kneading! What could be better?
The sauce itself would make a decent meal, but poured over the sole fillets, you've got something worth remembering.
A black and white chocolate cheesecake with Harlequin decoration.
Scallops cook up nice and quick. The proscuitto (Italian bacon, basically) gives them a salty taste and crunchy texture.
A bivalve and a flatfish walk into a baking dish...20 or so minutes later you've got a seafood dish that's no joke.