If you love Korean barbecue, you'll love this recipe for slow-cooker chicken with the same spicy-salty flavors. This recipe comes from Hawaii!
Use this all-purpose kicked-up Tex-Mex sauce for more than just tacos; try it in burritos, quesadillas, or even on Sloppy Joe sandwiches.
Make the broth for this seafood stew way ahead, and freeze it. Then, when it's time to serve, reheat the broth and add fish and shellfish at the last minute. A great dish for entertaining.
Pickle some garden-fresh green beans for a quick low-calorie snack, or a great side dish for your next cookout.
Try orange or purple sweet potatoes in your next potato salad! This Hawaiian recipe bumps up the flavor with ginger, lime, and curry powder.
In New England, salmon and peas are a traditional July 4 pairing. This fried rice dish brings them together in an entirely new way.
Traditional New England crab cakes, a summer favorite, taste great with some spicy aioli mayonnaise or tartar sauce, and the ones you make at home are every bit as good as what you find at local seafood shacks.