Piquant lemon ginger tea lends this brine special flavor—resulting in tender, moist and very flavorful fried chicken.
No one will believe your secret ingredient in this pungent, fruity barbecue sauce is tea! The sauce may be made several days in advance and kept refrigerated until you’re ready to use it.
Start your meal with this flavorful soup, or serve it for lunch with a grilled cheese sandwich or an apple-mixed green salad.
The Big Apple’s always been about creative mash-ups, especially when it comes to food: after all, it’s New York City. The Cuban Reuben offers some uptown-downtown inspiration for your own kitchen creativity by giving two classic food traditions a spin. Pork tenderloin gets a juicy kick from a citrus and garlic marinade, then deli-thin slices are layered with Swiss and tangy sauerkraut.
There are countless variations on this soup, which—contrary to popular belief, is named for the way the flavors of the greens and meat marry so well (and not for the occasions on which it is served). But go ahead—serve it at a wedding to symbolize the harmony you’ll experience in life together.
Just right for wedding shower treats and edible wedding favors, these miniature cakes can be made with an electric stand or hand-held mixer. To give the glaze a layered look, apply half to all the cakes and then a couple of minutes later, apply the second half.
These deeply colored, delicious mimosas have a little something special: the pomegranate seeds slowly float up and down, looking like jewels in a ruby colored sea.
Perfect for a bridesmaids brunch, this is a knock-their-socks off brunch dish that tastes every bit as great as its name and good looks promise.
Topped with red onions, artichoke hearts, prosciutto and tons of melted cheese, you better bring a hungry stomach before diving into this New York-inspired dish.
It’s almost too good to be true…a creamy, custard butterscotch pie…with apples…with bacon!
A favorite childhood treat gets a sweet upgrade with the addition of chocolate hazelnut spread. Drizzle each treat with chocolate and a sprinkle of sea salt for the ultimate treat.
Coat these little morsels with a delicate hand. By rolling in breadcrumbs first, then milk and breadcrumbs again, the croquettes remain tender and soft.