Wedge Salad with Blue Cheese Dressing

You’re going to get what seems like a lot of dressing from this wedge salad recipe, but all those crevices in the iceberg lettuce will use it up. This recipe is from Turkey and the Wolf in New Orleans, LA. For more details visit http://ift.tt/2w6AFgp

Baked Plum Pudding

Feel free to use your favorite kind of plum for this pudding recipe, but we recommend prune plums, which have an almond-shaped body that tapers at the end. They’re on the smaller side, hold up well, and the pit comes off the flesh easily, all of which makes them especially good for baking. For more…

Radicchio and Plum Salad

You can use almost any type of plum in this salad recipe, even hybrid ones like Pluots and Peacotums. If it looks like a plum, it probably acts like a plum too. For more details visit http://ift.tt/2x0OA3T

Steak with Red Sauce

Palizzi Social Club in Philadelphia, PA, gets very thin-cut rib eyes on the bone, but for us mere mortals, a boneless rib eye is your best bet, plus it’s easier to serve family-style. For more details visit http://ift.tt/2w6MV0w

Sesame Balls (Jian Dui)

The sesame balls will float to the surface before they’re done frying. Use a spider or a slotted spoon to keep them submerged until they’re golden brown and puffed up. This recipe is from Mister Jiu’s in San Francisco, CA. For more details visit http://ift.tt/2x0WslY