It doesn't take much to make rhubarb sing: Some sugar, a bit of flour, and a pat or two of butter. When this lovely double-crust pie emerges from the oven, it 's golden outside and sweet and luscious inside. It 's especially nice with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Take your taste buds on a wild joyride to old Mexico with this hot, creamy dip. Spinach, salsa and Monterey Jack cheese are blended in a harmonious flamenco of flavors that's great with tortilla chips.
In just a matter of minutes you can whip up this simply splendid dish of pasta and olive oil, heady with garlic and seasoned with parsley and red pepper flakes. Finish with a generous coating of melted butter and serve warm.
This is a sweet twist on a yeast bread (also Gugelhupf or Kugelhupf) baked in Germany, Austria, and Central Europe. It's similar to the Italian Panettone and is traditionally baked in a fluted tube pan, but a Bundt pan works as well.