It’s remarkable what you can do with a can of beans. Here it’s transformed into a pretty classy purée (aka poor man’s hummus).
Bread rubbed with tomato, drizzled with olive oil, and sprinkled with sea salt. Pa amb tomàquet. Also known as yum.
This swanky sangria relies on a pretty pink rosé and some seriously stunning summer fruits for its sassy and savvy look and taste.
Why make your own mustard? Uh. Because you can. Duh. As if that’s not reason enough, this recipe is all natural, with no sugar.
With one taste of these quesadillas, we sighed and said, “Oh! So THAT’S what you’re supposed to do with squash blossoms!”
This gin-spiked sparkling lemonade, perfect for sweltering summer afternoons, is named after an early 19th-century hoax. Honest.
Stylish on any salad, this versatile little number is a staple in every discerning cook’s recipe wardrobe.
We just can’t stop dribbling these easy yet elegant oils—infused with basil, chile, curry, and more—over everything.
We’re thinking about petitioning for the word “julep” to officially function as a verb as well as a noun. Julep us!
As far as pickles are concerned, these are pretty instant in terms of gratification, pretty complex in terms of satisfaction.
Hey, ‘member those mushy mashed potato cakes mom used to make from leftovers? Yeah, well, these are nothing like them.
Elegant. Classic. Magical in all ways. That’s what folks are saying about this little lovely. Cin cin, indeed.
All’Amatriciana—go on, roll that “r” like they do in Italy—means a spicy pasta sauce of tomatoes and pancetta or bacon. Prego.
It’s sooooo easy to wake up or come home from work, fry some eggs, and plop them on a tortilla. Sooooo ridiculously easy.
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