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Grill pineapple to caramelize the sugars and bring out the sweetness, pair with ice cream for a cool summer dessert.
Try this take on this comfort-food favorite! These individualized chicken pot pies with prosciutto and herbs are perfect for the whole family.
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Want to try something new for outdoor entertaining? Watch as Catherine Neville of Feast Magazine guides you through some campfire cuisine.
Enhance your burger experience with these delicious, blue cheese-stuffed burgers.
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In the mood for a large, warm and satisfying bowl of soup? Try this delicious chicken-miso soup full of fresh herbs and vibrant flavors.
Try these strawberry-almond crumble bars. They are incredibly easy to make and endlessly adaptable to whatever fruit is in season.
Wow your dinner guests with this dramatic, yet easy to eat stuffed artichoke dish.
Saucy, cheesy and full of herbs — this stuffed manicotti with coppa and rustic pesto is sure to please.
This decadent dish is an easy make-ahead dish that is equally delicious served at home on your breakfast table or served as a rustic dessert.
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Alternative ingredients add tasty spins to these recipes – just don’t mess with the marshmallows.
An old-fashioned solution provides a refreshing zing and makes batching cocktail recipes super simple.
It all starts with a hot fire and an easy dough recipe.
The hardest part of making this simple, downright delicious campfire meal is making sure your fire is hot enough to keep the broth at a boil.
The secret to success could be a brief trip to the freezer ahead of time.