Ann Taylor Pittman
Ann Taylor Pittman

Ann Taylor Pittman

For 20 years, Ann Taylor Pittman built a career of creating healthy recipes at Cooking Light magazine, where she most recently served as Executive Editor. She is the recipient of two James Beard Foundation Awards: a feature writing award and a cookbook award. She is now a freelancer specializing in recipe development, writing, and video. Follow her on Instagram.
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Use your grill to bring out the flavor of this spring salad.
You deserve a new onion dip recipe and we have a great one.
A delicious grilled appetizer or side for those spring gatherings.
Grilled chicken never looked (or tasted) better for dinner.
An easy grill recipe with a little bit of everything in one bite.
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Spring Onion Grilled Pizza
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Pizza night deserves an outside upgrade.
Slice off a spoke and serve.
An easy grill recipe with a little bit of everything in one bite.
Spring Onion Grilled Pizza
Rating: Unrated
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Pizza night deserves an outside upgrade.
Slice off a spoke and serve.
Rhubarb-Amaretto Bars
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Lemon bars might be a staple, but we think these rhubarb bars should definitely make an appearance every spring.
Rhubarb might be the new upside-down cake queen.
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Rhubarb Custard Pie
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Pretty in pink and a perfect way to end your meal.
Rhubarb and raspberry make for one tasty scoop of ice cream.
Crisps come in many flavors, but rhubarb might be our new favorite.
This fresh salad will be the perfect side to any meal.
A rosé dessert? Yes, please!
What happens when ribs and wings team up with soy sauce, chile paste, garlic, and ginger? Food so good that it makes a lasting impression.
Pork biscuits are a treat in their own right. But the slightly spicy gochujang mayonnaise enriched with toasted sesame oil is the real star of these sandwiches.
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These ribs have the flavor of classic Korean bulgogi—soy sauce, brown sugar, garlic, and sesame oil—but with that fall-off-the-bone pork rib texture instead of the usual thinly sliced beef seared over a tabletop grill.
Kimchi-Sesame Slaw
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Kimchi, toasted sesame oil, and ginger give this slaw undeniable Korean flavor, but whisking mayo into the dressing adds a familiar creamy consistency and richness.
Honey-Butter Chicken Skewers
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These skewers are rich, salty, and sweet all at once.
Spicy Grilled Chicken Wings
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Gochujang and grated fresh ginger give this dish a tasty kick. The honey in the marinade chars a good bit on the grill for a rich, caramelized flavor that balances out the heat.
Curried Okra Shoestring Fries
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Even die-hard okra haters will be completely won over by these thin, crunchy, can't-eat-just-one shoestring fries.
Pickling doesn't have to take all day.
Creamed New Potatoes
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Not quite mashed, not quite smashed, these potatoes are just right.