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Chef Eric Greenspan is back with another must-try cross-cultural mashup of a recipe: pancake lasagna. What's that, you ask? Watch the video to get the details and ogle its many layers of breakfast delights, but we'll give you a hint: it involves pancakes, bacon, maple-bacon bechamel, and so, so much more. Trust us here, this is one start to the morning that's so wrong, it's absolutely right.
Sarah Carey, editor in chief of Everyday Food with Martha Stewart, shares the recipe for a fruit and nut-filled biscotti that's good enough to eat morning, noon, or night.
A favorite of Trader Vic, the Queen's Park Swizzle is a rich and flavorful rum-based tiki cocktail perfect for any time of the year. In this episode, Robert demonstrates proper swizzling technique as well as a quick and easy way to crush ice with common household items, should you not have a Lewis Bag on hand.
Dan shows how to make a trout salad.
Martha Stewart watches as Suzanne Goin makes a caramelized bread pudding with brioche, chocolate and cinnamon.
Actress Cheryl Hines and Martha Stewart make buttermilk biscuits, perfect for a holiday dinner feast.
Sushi chef Puje Dorlig shares his tips for making sushi rolls at home.
This colorful combination offers spice, without extra to junk.
Celebrity chef Art Smith demonstrates how to make a healthy take on a comfort food favorite.
Barry Himel with Dickie Brennan and Company demonstrates how to make seasonal cocktails that won't wreck your diet.
This holiday season, try out something a little bit different with a roasted duck.
Eggnog is a classic holiday indulgence, but unfortunately it can be loaded with sugar and saturated fat. Nutritionist Molly Kimball breaks down the healthiest options.
Besides eating it straight out of the jar, the best way to eat Nutella is in combination with pear. Eat as an open faced sandwich drizzled with honey and seasoned with cracked pepper. Multigrain bread’s heartiness softens the sandwich’s sweet edge.
How can you make this classic sauce even better? Put it on chicken! Everyday Food editor Sarah Carey cooks up this bright and tangy (and super fast) meal from the December 2013 issue.
Take a look into the At Richmond Station kitchen as three of Canada's top chefs join forces for an intimate private dinner with 100 guests
One cocktail specialist shows some of his favorite tea-based cocktails for the holiday season.
Say so long to takeout with Everyday Food's recipe for shrimp dumplings with spicy red-curry paste.
Make Everyday Food's recipe for hearty beef short ribs with potato-carrot mash with a pressure cooker to cut down on braising time.
French chef Eric Ripert and Martha Stewart make a roasted beef tenderloin with a red-wine butter sauce. Ripert also demonstrates his technique for tying the fillet before searing it.
Martha Stewart, Emeril Lagasse, Danny Meyer, and Bronson Van Wyck, mix and enjoy a holiday cocktail with cranberry juice and vodka.