Turn up the class with this simple but spicy side dish.
A mix of tropical and Thai, these quick kabobs get flavor from a basting sauce of apricots, mustard and garlic. A new taste for the grill you'll want to try over and over.
An easy summer soup, gazpacho refreshes as it fills with cool flavor at a cold temperature.
The Chinese classic scallion pancakes are no breakfast pancakes. They have a savory flavor that's great to serve with an Asian-style dinner.
A great vegetable side dish. Serve instead of mashed potatoes for a change of pace with the same creamy taste.
A classic chicken liver pate to make as a classy gourmet appetizers.
Great directions for pan frying pork wontons on your stove. Garlic adds a nice flavor boost to this simple recipe.
Spicy, healthy and filling, this chicken main course feeds the family without skimping on flavor.
Fresh spicy dip for tortilla chips. Beware--use just one canned chipotle, not one whole can of chipotle. Don't make the mistake Don did.
Developed at a New Orleans restaurant in 1899 during a snail shortage, the richness of the sauce caused the chef to name these after John Rockefeller, then the richest American. Now we'd call them "Oysters Gates," which doesn't really have the same ring.
Yet another thing to wrap bacon around. These delicious red potato bites taste amazing dipped in a fresh garlic sauce.