This recipe for thin, crisp matzoh couldn’t be simpler and, natch, tastes incomparable to the stuff you buy in a box.
Mac and cheese pizza? Yep. It’s a thing. Sorta wondering why no one thought of it sooner.
Incomparably easier than traditional English muffins yet with all the requisite nooks and crannies that God—and the British—intended.
A flourless almond cake that’s French and flavorful, this amandier is crisp and crunchy on the outside, dense and chewy on the inside, and gluten-free through and through.
Looks like a baguette, tastes like a ciabatta. This northern Italian bread is crusty and chewy and all sorts of incredible.
Using bacon drippings in place of butter makes these can’t-stop-at-just-one cookies both frugal and indulgent at the same time.
A nifty little ooh- and aah-inducing riff on the classic croque madame that’s perfect to assemble ahead of time for big batch brunches.
This bourbon cake is much like a pound cake given its decadent amount of butter and moist, tender, perfect crumb. But oh, baby, wait’ll you taste the bourbon glaze.
Known in some parts as tar heel pie, this ridiculously rich and gooey chocolate brownie pie is crazy easy to make—and just as easy to make disappear.
This glazed ham has got a sweet, spicy, salty thing going on that’s simultaneously simple and subtle and super impressive.
Essentially Irish stew with some lovely store-bought puff pastry plopped on top. Easy peasy.
Not Portuguese? Not a problem. It won’t lessen your appreciation for these little lovelies with the shatteringly crisp pastry cradling ridiculously creamy custard.
This classic Portuguese dessert with its tender crumb and citrus smack tastes as stunning as it looks. Swear.
We’re not saying broccoli rabe pizza is going to replace pepperoni. We’re merely suggesting it may, under certain circumstances, be an awesomely viable alternative.
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