Cook beef tenderloin like a pro with our foolproof, easy recipe. A good hard sear in a frying pan gives the beef a beautiful crust, then a compound butter with garlic, thyme, and rosemary is rubbed in before you roast the tenderloin for about half an hour. Let it rest to redistribute all the delicious juices, then slice and serve with your favorite sides. You'll even impress yourself with this one.
Homemade mayonnaise is surprisingly easy to make, and since it tastes so much better than store-bought, it may sway even avowed mayo-haters. Plus, you can turn it into all sorts of other sauces and dips.
Easy Dessert Tart Crust
This easy dessert tart crust is buttery, lightly sweetened, and delicately crispy -- the perfect foolproof base for any sweet filling you can devise.
Started From - David Burke
Chef David Burke takes us on a trip down memory lane, while cooking three of his signature dishes.
Sauteed Calamari with Parsley and Garlic
A quick sauté keeps calamari tender, while garlic, lemon, and parsley brighten up the gentle oceanic flavor of the squid. Serve with crusty bread for getting every last drop of the buttery sauce.
Sear-Roasted Lamb Loin Chops
Lamb loin chops may seem fancy, but they're super easy to cook in a single pan. Just sear, roast, and rest for juicy perfection.