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  • Deviled Eggs

    Believe it or not, slightly less fresh eggs are easier to peel—and will taste every bit as good!

  • Tomato Guacamole

    This guacamole has lots of colorful cherry tomatoes to lighten it up. Cumin and lime add a nice flavor boost.

  • Cherry-Chipotle Wings

    These addictive sweet, spicy and smoky wings are a cinch to make, but be warned: they will disappear as quickly as you put them out, so make more than you think you need!

  • Roasted Habanero Salsa

    Roasted Habanero Salsa lends authentic Tex Mex flavors to any meal.

  • Game Day Onion Rings and Dip

    This dip has been one of our favorites for many years. It works well for almost any party and you can keep the ingredients on hand for last minute teen get-togethers. The onion rings are better the thinner you slice the onion. We use a mandolin and make really small shoestring ones. They are a special treat.

  • Lentil Pancakes with Smoked Salmon and Crème Fraiche

    The classic combination of lentils and peas makes an elegant yet accessible appetizer. The pancakes may be made up to one day in advance and the dish assembled 2-4 hours ahead of serving.

  • Bacon Wrapped Dates Stuffed with Gorgonzola

    This simple hors d’oeuvre has more than with stood the test of time: it gets gobbled up as quickly today as it did decades ago, thanks to the universal appeal of the sweet, salty and smoky flavor combination.

  • Oysters Rockefeller

    Legend has it this dish, created in 1899 in New Orleans, was named for the very wealthy John D. Rockefeller—because the sauce was nearly as rich as he. The dish has evolved over the years, but is most often made with minced green herbs or leaves, butter and breadcrumbs, baked over fresh shucked oysters in the half shell.

  • The Bronx Chipotle BBQ Pulled Pork Sliders

    An homage, of sorts, to the Hispanic communities of the Bronx, where spicy chile flavoring is a way of culinary life.

  • Staten Island Pulled Pork Parm Sliders

    Marinara – the name alone conjures up visions of southern Italy. And south of Manhattan you’ll find Italian-American communities that comprise nearly one-third of Staten Island, but who’s counting. Everyone eats Italian, and everyone says, “sauce” like cousin Vinny. So here you go – pork sliders with sauce & parm.

  • Manhattan Sesame-Hoisin Pulled Pork Sliders

    Whether you’re in San Francisco, Manhattan, or even London, Chinatown means lively streets crammed with friendly crowds and splendid aromas, and shops filled with exotic ingredients and hardworking merchants. From Shanghai to Chicago, the pleasing flavors of sesame and hoisin belong with pork.

  • Brooklyn Jerk Pulled Pork Sliders

    Jamaican jerk sauce traditionally includes allspice and Scotch bonnet peppers. Its mix of piquant flavors has deep roots in West Africa. Wherever the Caribbean diaspora spread across the globe, Jerk cooking and seasoning followed along. This recipe was inspired by the flavors and rhythms of Brooklyn’s vivacious Caribbean communities.