These gooey, chewy Samoas are worth every second they take to make seeing as you can have them any time the craving strikes. Uh oh.
The devil’s in the details when it comes to this longstanding crowd pleaser. This recipe’s got them all covered, and then some. Um, pass the eggs, please.
These quick pickles–uh, quickles?–aren’t at all like the ones your grandma put up each year. They’re even better.
Whether you’re five or fifty-five, sometimes nothing is more satiating than a plate of spaghetti with butter and cheese.
With their delicious, sweet, intense flavor, these tomatoes are swell additions to all sorts of dishes.
With honey, bay, rosemary, thyme, garlic, and parsley, this brine from chef Thomas Keller lends unspeakable amounts of flavor to pork.
These jam tartlets are a mouthful of surprises: crisp, buttery crust, tangy jam, and sweet, crumbly streusel. Serve them as a snack or picnic fare.
These pot pies are the ultimate comfort food. Any why not? Creamy chicken and vegetable filling lies in wait beneath a thyme-infused buttery crust.
This riff on the much-ballyhooed blackout cake from Ebinger’s in Brooklyn, NY, has the same pudding-like filling, the same tender chocolate cake, and the same rich, rich, rich frosting.
Roasting grape tomatoes intensifies their flavor and makes them all the more enticing in this anytime-of-year vegetarian tapas.
This way of cooking mackerel, an overlooked fish, makes for a tender, moist bite. The onions add a depth of flavor, the wine-butter sauce a bit of luxury.
Mixing potato and celery root to make mashed potatoes is, well, genius. Not as heavy as traditional mashed, this has added flavor from the celery knob.
The secret to this Northern fried chicken recipe? Matzoh meal and honey. No lie.
Airy and oh so rich, these stunning souffles take stiffly beaten eggs, Parmesan, and Gruyère to lofty new heights.
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