Posted by Anna Mintz on April 5th, 2013
This chicken dish from Eva’s Kitchen (Clarkson Potter, 2011) by Eva Longoria is so easy and so flavorful that you will make it all the time. The trick is to work fast once the chicken is cooked and add the salt and lemon as soon as you get the chicken out of the pan. Don’t worry if it looks like too much lemon juice—when the chicken is hot, the juice soaks through the crispy coating and adds fabulous flavor to the chicken.
Posted by Ali Slagle on June 27th, 2012
Our Fourth of July Menu with recipes from Virginia Willis, Robb Walsh, Ina Garten, Martha Stewart, Bobby Flay, Karen Solomon, Victoria Belanger, Mollie Cox Bryan, and Eva Longoria!
Posted by Anna Mintz on June 4th, 2012
Eva Longoria grew up in Texas, where there were lemon trees and mint all over her family’s ranch. This recipe from her cookbook Eva’s Kitchen (Clarkson Potter, 2011) blends the two flavors together in a delicious way. For kids or anyone not drinking alcohol, this is a fabulously festive and beautiful nonalcoholic treat. Or add a shot of rum or vodka to each glass and make a cocktail out of it for a perfect summer drink!
Posted by Anna Mintz on December 6th, 2011
This season, we’ve rounded up our top picks for holiday gift-giving. With categories for everyone in your life, you’re sure to find the perfect present for anyone, from the party hostess to your best friend. Happy holidays and happy gift-giving from your friends at the Recipe Club!
Posted by Anna Mintz on September 20th, 2011
When I was a kid, chalupas were to us what PB&J is to other families. Whenever we were looking for a snack or needed a quick meal, the makings for chalupas were the first things to come out of the fridge. In fact, chalupas were the first thing my mom taught me how to cook. I know now that this is because it was all about assembling more than actual cooking. And they’re fun! Serve them family-style so that each person gets his or her own fried tortilla and can pile on beans, chicken, and any other toppings as high as desired. The effect is beautiful and dramatic.