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Star Sugar Cookies

I love sugar cookies, but sometimes they are more about the pretty shapes and decorations then they are about the flavor. This recipe is both festive and delicious. I add lemon juice and zest to give the cookies and icing a bit of a zing. The decorating can be as simple as spreading the icing […]

Red, White and Blue Velvet Cake for the 4th of July

Red Velvet cake has become an American favorite, because of its lovely texture and fun color. Add blue and white for a show-stopping dessert this 4th of July. The inside of the cake is as striking as the decorative icing. Bring it to your holiday picnic and it will outshine the fireworks. Red, White and […]

Get Grillin’ Texas Style With Cooking Channel’s Red, White and Grill

Octopus at a Texas barbecue and buttermilk pie made on the grill? We say, why not? Chef Roger Mooking and grilling expert Chef Elizabeth Karmel are doing it up Texas style on the new Cooking Channel special Red, White & Grill. The two team up for a backyard barbecue bash like no other, loaded with Karmel’s […]

Homemade Ice Cream Sandwiches for the Bacon Lover

If making ice cream at home wasn’t a family tradition growing up (like it was for Cooking Channel editor Kirsten Vala), making the good stuff yourself might seem like the tallest of tasks. But like any other goodie we’ve grown accustomed to ordering from over the counter, making the frozen treat at home is far […]

Mascarpone-Stuffed Strawberries

A quick, no-cook, red-white-and-blue dessert to serve at your July 4th picnic.

Red-White-and-Blue Bruschetta

Celebrate the 4th of July with Red, White and Blue Bruschetta. We’ve got sweet and savory takes on this easy appetizer.

4th of July Berry Tart Recipe

Patriotic colors and summery flavors combine to make this the perfect 4th of July dessert. Red raspberries, white chocolate pastry cream and blueberries top an almond shortbread crust. Add a dusting of confectioners’ sugar and you have an easy, yet elegant, pastry. I made the tart in a rectangular pan to mimic the shape of […]

Linzer Cookies

These cookies can be traced all the way back to the year 1653, in Linz, Austria. Traditionally they were made from dough consisting of ground almonds, lemon zest and a dash of cinnamon.  The fragrant dough was made into a lattice-topped torte, with sweet black currant jam sandwiched between two layers. Later someone, most likely […]

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