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Heart-A-Choke: 12 Ways To Spring For Artichokes Tonight

Tender, seasonal artichokes are all the rage
Apr 22, 2015 3:00 pm

Don’t let artichoke season pass you by! Whether you tackle an artichoke recipe by a celebrity chef (we have plenty of those), keep it simple with an easy stuffing or simply learn how to steam an artichoke like a pro and eat au naturale*, tonight’s the night. Pick up tender baby chokes or big, hearty globes and commit to a labor of love that’s always worth it. 

*that is to say, with melted garlic butter.

14 Colorful Spring Pasta Dishes To Make For Dinner

Lighten up with these easy spring pasta recipes
Apr 16, 2015 3:00 pm

Spring just begs for simple preparations of fresh produce. Pasta called — it wants in on the party, which is great, because it’s invited! Tonight, hit the garden (or supermarket) and take advantage of the delicious marriage of tender vegetables, al dente spaghetti, great olive oil and layers of flavor from citrus, herbs, chilis and spices. We’ve got 14 rainbow-hued recipes to brighten up your table and satisfy your palate. 

Have Skillet, Make Dinner: 10 Meals With One Sturdy Pan

One piece of cookware’s all you need. Heat it up!
Mar 19, 2015 12:00 pm

Sure, you could mess up a whole sink’s worth of prep dishes and unwieldy pots...or you could just toss everything into your nice, heavy skillet, have dinner ready in under an hour and spend way less time with a sponge in your hand instead of a nice digestif. That’s where we’re going with this: fewer dishes to do, more time to digest leisurely. Heavy skillets are great for pan sauces, too, which are among the greatest sauces in the world. Grab that pan. It’s time. 

12 Pasta Recipes In Under 45 Minutes. Go!

Get these favorite pasta recipes on the table fast
Mar 9, 2015 2:00 pm

Tonight's about getting pasta on the table fast. Not spaghetti with sauce out of a jar. Not frozen tortellini. Definitely nothing out of a can. You get the drill: You're cooking, it won't take much time at all and we have 12 recipes that will have you chowing down on rigatoni, tagliatelle, strozzapreti and so many more quick and easy options that the delivery guys will wonder what happened to you. 

Way Better Beef: Chile-Stuffed Steak Recipe

Tender grilled steak packed with fresh green chile
Mar 3, 2015 4:00 pm
chile stuffed steak
Photo: Penny De Los Santos

Your cookbook inventory is not complete without a volume or two from best-selling cookbook author and food writer Nancy Harmon Jenkins. For the olive oil fan, her new book, Virgin Territory, is essential. Part olive oil primer and part olive oil recipe goldmine, Jenkins's guide to all things EVOO will revolutionize the way you make healthy substitutions. Forgo the butter in this steak recipe and watch the magic happen. 

The Meal Plan: 7 Total Feasts To Pull Off Tonight

Got a plan? Let's make a killer dinner menu
Feb 17, 2015 2:30 pm

You cook the feast, and we will do the second-hardest part. That's right, we'll toss a complete feast menu your way, and all you have to do is cook it. Thankfully, The Meal Plan is all about you getting a delicious dinner on the table without spending all day in the kitchen (or in planning mode). 

Pat LaFrieda's Four-Meat Meatloaf Recipe

There's only one meatloaf you need to master.
Oct 15, 2014 12:00 pm
pat lafrieda meatloaf recipe

We're very excited about renowned New York butcher Pat LaFrieda's new cookbook, the aptly named MEAT: Everything You Need To Know. In addition to a hearty lineup of LaFrieda's signature recipes, you'll learn the butchery skills you need to know through stunning photos and detailed diagrams. Just because meatloaf's an old classic doesn't mean you can't master it LaFrieda-style. 

8 Incredible Pork Chop Recipes To Cook Tonight

Keep the bone in for a better pork chop experience
Sep 17, 2014 12:00 pm

Let's hear it for pork chops! You may know them as that rubbery cut of meat that dries out instantly, has no fat or flavor and is generally unpopular. Welcome to Food Republic. This big meaty recipe roundup features jerk spice, chutneys, brines and most importantly, bones. A thick-cut bone-in pork chop isn't going to dry out like some of its lesser chop brethren, especially if you brine it. You're brining your amazing bone-in pork chop, right? Good, here's what to with it.

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