Master some of Martha's favorite dishes with our step-by-step tutorials.
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If you're looking for rich and creamy, this is the soup for you. This East Coast classic is rich loaded with tender littleneck clams, lardons of salt pork, and a delicious dose of heavy cream.
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The technique for adding more flavor to this pork roast is similar to larding, except that instead of fat, garlic and ground fennel seed are inserted into slits in the meat.
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Each ingredient in a Caesar salad should have its own distinct appeal. The pungent cheese, the salty anchovies, the acidic thrill of lemon juice combine with the garlic and romaine lettuce to create a variety of potent flavors that add up to one of North America’s favorite salads.
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Tabbouleh is a grain-and-vegetable-based salad traditionally made with bulgur wheat. Here is a variation with quinoa, which contains all the essential amino acids in a complete protein as well as significant amounts of vitamins and minerals.
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Why are these fried tomatoes so appealing? The contrast between the firm, fleshy tomato slices and the crunchy crust.
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