Author: Nick Fauchald
Seven ingredients and one skillet lead the way to home cooking that's as good as anything you'll eat in restaurants.
Author: Mark Bittman
Author: Molly Wizenberg
Set out a plate of these sweetly spiced cookies and watch them vanish fast.
Author: Quaker Oats Company
Bone-in turkey breasts are easy to find, and as impressive as a whole bird when you roast them in butter and herbs.
Author: Alison Roman
Yes, you can make risotto without all the stirring-just pop it in the oven. And while that oven is on, use it to crisp up a bunch of mushrooms.
Author: Anna Stockwell
All you need for this tasty dinner is a bag of onions, garlic, some dried pasta, and cheese. Caramelizing sliced onions in a little butter and olive oil...
Author: Samantha Seneviratne
Author: Jean Touitou
Author: Roxana Jullapat
Gooey-bouncy on the inside and crispy-chewy on the outside, mochi cake is a texture we just can't get enough of. Made from glutinous sweet rice flour,...
This well-seasoned butter will douse each ear of corn with flavor as it melts.
Author: Chris Morocco
Author: Andrea Albin
Author: Dede Wilson
Hate pouring excess sourdough starter down the drain? Instead, use it in this biscuit recipe, where it takes the place of buttermilk, adding tang and just...
Author: Joe Sevier
Author: Gina Marie Miraglia Eriquez
A quick and easy hollandaise sauce adorns this classic combination of buttery English muffins, savory Canadian bacon, and perfectly poached eggs.
Author: Rhoda Boone
Author: Ian Knauer
An easy way to stock your freezer with homemade ice cream sandwiches: use baking sheets to make a giant ice cream-filled cookie that's easy to slice.
Author: Kendra Vaculin
Stuffed-shells don't have to be a weekend project. This one-pan, stovetop-only version turns mushroom-and-spinach stuffed shells into an easy weeknight...
Eating fruit tarts is great. Rolling out dough on a brutally hot day isn't. Good thing this stunner has a no-fuss press-in crust.
Make this cabbage-wrapped bacon and cheesy mashed potato pie, share a toast to St. Patrick's Day with your friends, and watch all of your late winter blues...
Author: Ina Garten
Author: David Guas
A crumbly slab of Cheddar is a centuries-old accompaniment to a slice of apple pie; it imparts character in a way that a scoop of ice cream can't hope...
Author: Paul Grimes
This moist pound cake is the most requested Swans Down recipe of all time. Whether it's your first time trying it or a perennial favorite, the fork-tender...
Author: Reily Foods
Author: Ruth Cousineau
The easiest tomato sauce recipe for pasta only has 3 ingredients.
Author: Guiliano Hazan
Butternut squash melts into the polenta as it cooks for this creamy make-ahead dish. Once transferred to a baking dish, pressing chunks of creamy Fontina...
A popular Southern dessert said to originate in England, chess pie consists of staple ingredients: eggs, butter, and sugar, bound with cornmeal, flour,...
Author: Sarah Jampel
You can make and chill these mashed potatoes up to two days before the big night.
A combination of lemon zest and juice gives this dish tons of citrus flavor. The strips of thinly sliced zest add a welcome bright contrast to the rich...
Author: Molly Baz
Four ingredients and a quarter of an hour are all that's required to turn out the ultimate pastry dough.
Serve this creamy and garlicky spoonbread hot out of the oven for a cozy cold-weather side.
A cornerstone of Ethiopian cooking, this clarified butter is infused with spices and herbs native the region, giving it unique flavor and aroma.
Author: Cheryl Slocum
This gratin is decidedly autumnal, inspired by a recipe from one of my favorite food writers, Richard Olney. Olney's chicken gratin calls for making a...
Author: Christian Reynoso
Adding asparagus and frozen peas directly to the boiling pasta during the last couple minutes of cooking means everything for this seasonal, fresh dinner...
Use a can of leftover cranberry sauce from Thanksgiving to make the jam swirl topping of this simple cake. It's perfect for breakfast or as an afternoon...
Author: Bon Appétit Test Kitchen
Ask for "dry" scallops at your fish market; they are free of preservatives and release very little liquid while cooking, which is key to getting a good...
Author: Dawn Perry
Now you can make one of Hillstone's most popular dishes at home. Infused with soy, pineapple juice, sesame, and ginger, it's a decision you will never...
Author: Nick Malgieri
B'stilla, a traditional Moroccan recipe, was the inspiration for this savory pie. The dish consists of a spiced chicken filling sandwiched between layers...
Author: Jeanne Thiel Kelley
Author: Marcus Samuelsson
The fine, moist crumb of this cake makes it perfect for any type of filling or frosting.
I love the floral notes that fresh masa adds to these rich corn pancakes. You can also make them with masa harina for breakfast or brunch.
Author: Alan Delgado