Thinly sliced pork, fresh ginger, green onions, and Chinese-style egg noodles transport you to the Orient as you dine on Long Soup. It is quick and easy to prepare, and makes a great first course for an Asian-inspired meal.
A slightly sweet loaf of bread with subtle flavors of vanilla, coriander, and cardamom is made with the dough cycle of a bread machine but baked in the oven. Try it to make a peanut butter-and-jelly sandwich.
An utterly simple and delicious way to celebrate the season's first new potatoes. Invented in the 1800s by Irish salt mine workers in central New York State, tender potatoes are boiled in intensely salted water, then served hot with melted butter.