Al Gagnon was an intuitive chef who relied on sight and taste, not measuring cups, to make delicious food. The cooks at Red's Eats have preserved this approach, as this coleslaw recipe attests. 
View Recipe
5

Gluten-Free Popovers
These popovers are absolutely to die for. Their respectably crisp exterior gives way to a helplessly fluffy center where the custard flavor of the eggs really shines through. They are appropriate anytime, whether slathered with fresh preserves and butter for breakfast or eaten plain with dinner. Either way, you and your guests will be flabbergasted that they are gluten-free! Adapted from "Blackbird Bakery Gluten-Free" by Karen Morgan. 
View Recipe
4.5

Chef Valette represents his Sonoma, Calif., home with this elegant duck dish, glazed in a maple syrup and champagne vinegar reduction so that it’s sweet and savory.
View Recipe
4.25

Forget the icky-Icee version of this cocktail you see the tourists slurping in the French Quarter. If you get it right, this celebratory punch can be light, fresh, not too sweet, and, dare I say, elegant. Read more about Classic New Orleans Cocktails for Mardi Gras.
View Recipe
4

We love champagne, but every wedding features a plain champagne toast. Here’s our idea for something tart and sophisticated. If you already plan on serving champagne at your wedding, consider this cocktail for your wedding's signature drink because it includes a few of our favorite elements: berry and earthy herbs.
View Recipe
4

Creamed Ramps
Here's a quick and easy spring side dish that will go well with a perfectly grilled steak or fillet of fish. I start with a quick roux to make the thickening agent for the cream sauce, and preserve the fresh and spicy flavor of ramps by cooking them only briefly.
View Recipe
4

Ville et Pays
“It’s an apple brandy-based twist on the Seelbach and it looks just like champagne. It is a wonderful sophisticated sipping drink for women.” – Lynnette Marrero, Co-Founder, Speed Rack (a cocktail competition for top female bartenders) and the New York chapter president of LUPEC (Ladies United for the Preservation of Endangered Cocktails)
View Recipe
4

A healthy, no-cook meal for breakfast from Maria Zoitas is as delicious as it is simple to prepare.
View Recipe
4

Mango-Berry Salad with Ginger Glaze
Here’s a quick and refreshing taste of summer that you can have just about all year round. Feel free to mix and match other types of tropical fruit or berries.
View Recipe
4

Baked Cranapple Cobbler
TY KU Liqueur is naturally low in sugar and calories and is completely gluten-free, tannin-free, and contains no additives or preservatives. It’s got great mix-ability and can sub for vodka easily. Use sugar-free or light cranberry juice for an even healthier version of this cocktail. 
View Recipe
4

One way to bring a little West Coast love into your home is to make 23-year-old grad student Lauren Kramp's Berry Chocolaty Fun, winner of the Ghirardelli Chocolate Championship. Kramp was inspired by her family's ganache recipe and freshly picked berries, and this recipe perfectly captures the essence of a summer day in one bite.
View Recipe
3