These spuds may look fancy, but all it takes is brushing a simple herb butter over them before baking. They’re as easy to prepare as they are delicious.
Dried lavender buds bring a subtle floral note to these creamy, tangy bars. The herb is a surprising complement to the beloved citrus dessert.
Add a little green to your table with in-season asparagus, dressed with zesty Hollandaise sauce and fresh herbs.
Lamb is a traditional dish at many Easter, Passover, and other springtime celebrations. This main course looks — and tastes — worthy of a special occasion.
This loaded quiche recipe takes some preparation — but it is well worth the wait. The red pepper flakes in the handmade crust give this breakfast casserole an extra kick.
Try this flavorful dish with roasted brussels sprouts and apples (trust us) for an easy weeknight supper. The glaze also pairs well with poultry.
A slice of this nutty, slightly-sweet bread pairs just as well with butter and jam (or molasses butter!) as it does with melted cheese.
With these warmly-spiced cookies, you have the option of eating them on their own or turning them into decadent cookie sandwiches with fluffy, sweet filling.
Take bacon to the next level by dredging it in a sweet and savory mixture of spices before frying. The end result is irresistible.