A creamy, milky, not egregiously sweet, altogether lovely argument for sticking with a classic—in this case, a Spanish classic.
Plain and perfect, that’s what we consider this simple roast lamb recipe. Save it for lamb of such spectacular quality that it makes your soul sing.
Can you just imagine these little lovelies strewn across cakes, tarts, flans, puddings, cocktails, and more?!
These wee biscuits are spectacular just with a smidgen of butter, but slap some ham or turkey on them and woah.
Perfectly sticky but not overly sweet, this glazed ham is swell for Easter, Christmas, Thanksgiving, Sunday supper…shall we go on?
Baguette slathered with goat cheese and baked to toasty perfection with a can’t-mess-it-up vinaigrette and salad. Easy peasy.
The infatuation with all things pork belly continues. Here it’s infused with herbs and honey and left to cook low and slow until tantalizingly tender.
Canadian by birth but Southerner by choice, chef Hugh Acheson makes a mean kimchi. And just wait’ll you see how he uses it.
“Sooo easy.” “Incredible.” “I may never use store-bought sauce again.”That’s what folks are saying about this super simple Tex-Mex standby.
It’s as simple as X + Y = Z, with X = greens, Y = grains, and Z = a soothing, satiating bowl of soup. Finally, a practical application for algebra.
Got leftover spaghetti and some eggs? Then you’ve got supper. This recipe, from a chef at Chez Panisse, shows you how.
This outrageously satiating riff on Italian wedding soup swaps traditional beef and pork meatballs for turkey with the lilt of lemon.
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