This apple cake, perfect for Passover, is made with Golden Delicious apples, matzo meal, and raisins. A gently sweet and satisfying end to a Pesach meal.
Sharp New York Cheddar cheese is layered between sourdough bread and smeared with a tomato-chipotle spread to kick up these grilled cheese sandwiches.
This dish, filled with wild garlic (a real flavor booster) and herbs, including basil mint, and parsley, adds up to a simple and elegant weeknight dinner.
Espresso powder gives these hazelnut drop cookies grown-up appeal. They’re ideal for afternoon coffee, a light dessert, or even, dare we say: breakfast?
We’ve no idea where this name came from, as there’s nothing foolish about conjuring a conversation-stopping dessert from just three ingredients. Nothing foolish at all.
Basic Irish soda bread gets blinged up with raisins. It’s at its loveliest when served warm from the oven and slathered indecently with Irish butter.
The cauliflower is finely chopped so it resembles couscous and better absorbs flavors. It’s then tossed in a light basil-lemon sauce with a hint of maple syrup.
Otherwise known as what’s for dessert tonight, this old-fashioned cake takes its name from a simple, two-ingredient glaze, or drizzle, that yields a crisp, sugary, lemony crust.
Known as maionese de leite in Portuguese, milk mayonnaise–you heard us–is an incredibly creamy, eggless emulsion held together by oil, milk (natch), and a lotta love.
Ready in just half an hour, this simple but not unsophisticated stew brings you all the complexity of one that simmered twice as long. Sorry, Campbell’s.
Fritters, made from thin matchstick slices of apples, are pulled from the oil and sprinkled with sugar.
A beloved Brazilian candy, brigadeiros are chewy fudge balls that are rolled in sweet sprinkles, just for good measure.
Enter your email address and get all of our updates sent to your inbox the moment they're posted. Be the first on your block to be in the know.
Preview daily e-mail
Hate tons of emails? Do you prefer info delivered in a neat, easy-to-digest (pun intended) form? Then enter your email address for our weekly newsletter.
Preview weekly e-mail