We combine the hallmark ingredients of two classic salads—Cobb and Waldorf—in this simple, satisfying, and we dare say stunning collision of healthy and indulgent.
You’re gonna wanna dribble, drizzle, and dabble this easy, creamy, subtly sweet vinaigrette on just about anything. Comes together in literally seconds and transforms EVERYTHING.
Better than any packaged taco kit you’ll ever find in any store anywhere. Try them and see for yourself.
Forget Pepperidge Farm. Where’s the satisfaction in just ripping the bag open? Where’s the longing that comes with anticipation? Right here with these homemade Milanos.
When you have leftover corned beef, there’s only one thing to do with it.
This Mexican spaghetti, or sopa seca de fideo, is mindblowingly seductive and authentic as heck. Translated literally, it means “dry soup with noodles,” and it’s soooo much better than it sounds.
So satisfyingly subtle and sweet and smoky and spicy, it’ll forever banish canned Campbell’s tomato soup from your thoughts.
There are countless versions of this classic. We’re partial to this recipe which gilds the potatoes and cabbage with kale and bacon and beer.
There’s a reason this effervescent mingling of stout and Champagne contains the word “velvet. It’s sooooo smooth and subtly sophisticated. Sip for yourself.
Commercial tartar sauce tends to be crammed full of sugar and corn syrup and preservatives. Not this little homemade lovely.
Teriyaki has become synonymous with an overly sweet and sticky sauce. That’s a shame. This easy salmon teriyaki recipe keeps things perfectly in balance.
Got gochujang? If not, you need to drop everything and try this simple recipe for the authentic homemade Korean chile paste with a sweet heat as well as some serious umami.
Honest grub with demolish-the-entire-panful-while-standing-at-the-counter allure. Grab some napkins.
Why make your own mustard? Because you can. And if that’s not reason enough, this recipe is all natural, with no sugar.
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