Sweet and Spicy Pork Tenderloin

Sweet and Spicy Pork Tenderloin

A quick-to-fix rub is the source for the pork’s complex mix of sweet and spicy flavor. The recipe makes more spice mixture than you’ll need, so store the extra in a sealed jar for up to a month and use it on ribs, chops, steaks or even burgers.

Quick 'n Healthy: Seared Sirloin Wrap

Quick 'n Healthy: Seared Sirloin Wrap

Seared Sirloin Wrap with Creamy Chipotle Sauce gets its big, smoky flavor from one small ingredient: half of a chipotle chile. Chipotles are smoked jalapeño peppers, and a little goes a long way. However, if you want even more spice, add a whole chile.

Draft Report Cards: AFC

Draft Report Cards: AFC

Here are the NFL Draft reports cards for the AFC. The New York Jets lead the way.

Greek Beef and Vegetable Skewers

Greek Beef and Vegetable Skewers

A tangy yogurt-garlic-cucumber sauce is a cool, refreshing accompaniment for grilled beef and vegetables. We like to use Greek yogurt because it has a thick enough texture to blend with high-moisture ingredients without becoming too thin.

Ravioli Primavera in Lemon-Tomato Sauce

Ravioli Primavera in Lemon-Tomato Sauce

A fresh burst of lemon flavor graces each bite of this pasta, which is loaded with vegetables. To save time, purchase precut broccoli florets and julienned carrots from the supermarket produce section or salad bar.

Many Forms of Mint

Many Forms of Mint

There are more than 20 species of mint. And since it is easy to hybridize mint, there are hundreds of varieties of mint from which to choose. Mint varieties may vary considerably in appearance, but the common denominator is the characteristic menthol flavor and aroma. Here are just a few of the most common and interesting mints to grow and cook with.