Garlic and white wine bring out the briny flavor of these mussels.
A little bit of this truffle-like cake goes a very long way. It also freezes well and is good straight from the freezer on warmer days.
A roasted tomato sauce and chive-laced sour cream are the perfect accompaniment to these rich lobster cakes.
This East-meets-West dish applies the seasonings of Korean cuisine—tamari, sesame oil, garlic, and ginger—to Mexican tacos, plus a hint of beer. Serve with rice and kimchi on the side.
The authors developed this sweet and spicy condiment for those who like their burgers hot, and it’s a staple at their backyard grilling parties.
Butternut squash puree, seasoned with saffron, works as a sauce in this dish, nicely complementing the curry on the scallops. You may have extra sauce; store in an airtight container in the fridge. Fresh mint adds a bright note.
The salad makes the most of New England flavors.