Tart pomegranate juice and fresh fruit make Joy Bauer's no-added-sugar sangria fun and flavorful.
Make Siri Daly's heart-shaped meatloaf for your sweetheart this Valentine's Day.
Siri serves up oysters with classic accompaniments for an easy and romantic Valentine's Day appetizer.
Coat tender filet mignon with flavorful peppercorns for a steakhouse-style Valentine's Day dinner.
Start off your Valentine's Day dinner with sweet and spicy chicken lettuce cups.
Simply seared scallops with silky caper beurre blank make this dinner a real showstopper.
Turn strawberries into a beautiful bouquet of edible roses to dip into white chocolate fondue.
Serve gooey chocolate lava cakes with salted caramel and chocolate ice cream for a truly decadent dessert.
Top tender blinis with crème fraîche, smoked salmon and caviar for an impressively easy hors d'oeuvres.
Keep Valentine's Day dinner quick and easy with make-ahead slow-cooker short ribs.
Juicy watermelon and creamy avocado pair perfectly in this quick and fresh salad.
Serve Jean-Georges' tender, soy-glazed short-ribs for an impressive Valentine's Day dinner.
Warm, gooey molten chocolate cakes will make Valentine's Day dessert one to remember.
Fresh winter citrus fruits are the star of this brightly flavored and simple-to-assemble salad.
Wow that special someone with Curtis Stone's homemade pasta with fresh crab and chiles for Valentine's Day.
Curtis Stone makes Valentine's Day even sweeter with coconut-covered mini chocolate cakes.
These decadent chocolate cakes are a favorite treat at the Pioneer Woman's home.
Chloe Coscarelli's red wine cake with drunken raspberries recipe is a great use for leftover wine.
Fish is baked in a fragrant mixture of coconut milk, tomatoes and ginger in this luxurious dinner recipe from Eric Ripert.
Adding bacon to a shrimp cocktail takes it to the next level.
A simple rosemary and clementine compound butter gives roast chicken and wonderful flavor in this recipe from Clodagh McKenna.
Give homemade bread a sweet twist with this fragrant vanilla batter and a rich chocolaty swirl.
Combine the classic combo of peanut butter and jelly with gooey goodness of chocolate peanut butter cups in one indulgent cookie.
Spice up chocolate cake with Mexican spices, rich coffee and creamy mascarpone cheese.
This cake starts with a boxed mix but ends as absolute magic, plus it's the perfect way to use up leftover wine.
Make brownies extra indulgent with dark chocolate chunks, flaky salt and sweet sanding sugar.
Cook up a pair of perfectly seared steaks and red wine sauce with Adam Richman's fool-proof recipe.
Velveeta fudge makes this four-ingredient recipe incredibly easy but it's absolutely decadent.
Letting the steak rest before and after cooking is the secret to this rib-eye's tender texture and rich, meaty flavor.
Treat your Valentine to sweet chocolate-hazelnut stuffed crepes with blood oranges, rose petals and fresh bourbon whipped cream.
Fresh lobster tails poached in vanilla-scented butter is the star of this elegant salad.
Make Valentine's Day dinner extra special with black rigatoni with fresh King crab and chilies in a savory lobster sauce.
This over-the-top mousse with chocolate glaze, hazelnut crunch, chocolate cream and crumbled honeycomb is sure to impress your Valentine.
Turn cute Valentine's Day conversation hearts into mini candy-filled cakes for your sweetheart.
Celebrate Christmas the Italian way, with this tender short ribs braciole centerpiece dish
Ring in the New Year with a ritzy steak and lobster meal with a flavorful fresh vegetable salad.
Dress up Tater Tots with herbed sour cream and caviar for a fancy party snack that's super-easy to make.
Mix up a classy cocktail with Champagne and tequila for your New Year's Eve party or New Year's Day brunch.
These crunchy fried shrimp toasts will impress your party guests for New Year's or any festive event.