Peaches and strawberries pair up in this easy and delicious summer dessert.
Tostones are just as delicious on their own with a sprinkle of salt, dipped into a variety of sauces or topped with shrimp or pulled pork.
The fresh lemon juice and zest adds a burst of bright flavor to this otherwise simple chicken salad.
If serving these at a party, serve the peaches, biscuits and whipped cream in separate bowls, and let guests assemble their own.
Pernil is a perfect recipe for entertaining as it serves a crowd and only requires a few minutes of active time on the part of the cook.
Make Filipino-style crispy spring rolls for an irresistible appetizer.
Let guests customize their cookout meal with a DIY mix-and-match burger bar.
Make ice cream cake easy with store-bought ice cream sandwiches and whipped cream.
Celebrate the Fourth of July with a giant star-shaped crispy rice cereal treat with festive toppings.
Slice watermelon into rounds and top it with sweet whipped cream and berries for a healthy summer dessert.
Enjoy all the chocolaty, marshmallowy and graham crackery goodness of s'mores in easy-to-eat waffle cups.
Fresh berries and a nutty cornmeal topping make this fruit crumble the perfect one-pan summer dessert.
Garnish citrusy bourbon cocktail with red, white and blue fruits for a festive patriotic drink.
Give hot dogs a beer bath before tossing them on the grill for added flavor.
Add chocolate pieces, mini marshmallows and graham cracker crumbs to popcorn to give it a s'mores twist.
Serve creamy smoked fish dip at your next summer get together for a Southern-inspired snack.
Stuff tender Parker House-style rolls with a blend of salty olives, roasted garlic, zesty lemon and fresh herbs.
Make cocktails fit for a mermaid with coconut-scented ocean blue limeade.
No-cook couscous salad is a perfect summer party side dish and can even double as a vegetarian entrée.
Savory steak sliders get a flavor boost from easy, no-cook, herbaceous chimichurri sauce.
Sip your way through a sizzling summer with ice cold watermelon frosé cocktails.
Beat the heat with frozen mojitos infused with cool mint, fruity watermelon and citrusy lime juice.
Serve a sweet Swiss roll filled with fruity jam and fluffy whipped cream for dessert.
Taste the tropics with a fun and fruity rum punch with fresh orange and pineapple juices.
Vegetable-infused vodka and a Cajun spice blend take Bloody Marys to the next level. Cheers!
Put a flavorful twist on a classic whiskey sour cocktail with a few deliciously sweet ingredients.
Serve up bright, citrusy margaritas at your next party with this easy five-ingredient cocktail recipe.
Top off a classic old fashioned cocktail with orange rind and a sweet cherry for a flavorful finish.
Bacon makes everything better and sweet, gooey s'mores are no exception.
Give churros the s'mores treatment with melted chocolate and homemade marshmallows.
S'mores get a savory makeover with melted Brie cheese and smooth fig jam.
When it's hot out, keep dessert cool and sweet with an ice cream pie filled with fresh strawberries.
Enjoy dessert and keep the kitchen cool on hot summer days with this creamy, delicious no-bake cheesecake.
Make dessert outdoors with an apple and blackberry crumble that can be cooked on the grill.
Brew up a batch of Southern-style sweet tea and add a splash of bourbon for a grown-up twist.
Make a crowd-pleasing, restaurant-quality paella at home with José Andrés vegetarian version.
Martha Stewart turns biscuits with berries and cream into an simple-to-serve sheet cake.
Smoky mezcal and zesty lemon add a flavorful twist to refreshing margarita cocktails.
Pipe colorful rainbows and fluffy clouds onto pink strawberry cake for a cheery party-perfect dessert.
This festive cake is hiding a surprise burst of bright rainbow sprinkles in the center!
Cover light, lemony cake layers in buttercream and flowers for a festive spring dessert.
Adding a little salt and brown butter to chocolate chip cookies takes them from basic to amazing,