A list of all the recipes Helen Doberstein has tested.
Commercial tartar sauce tends to be crammed full of sugar and corn syrup and preservatives. Not this little homemade lovely.
Given how sweet and cakey and simple these little confections are, they’re the perfect party dessert—even if you’re a party of one.
Um, 5 minutes hands-on time for a loaf of bread? Please. That’s nothing. Nothing short of a miracle, that is.
Served in every beer hall in eastern France, choucroute garnie is the hot dog and sauerkraut dish of Alsace. To which we say, oui!
As a digestivo, or after-dinner drink, limoncello is an Italian classic. How do you say “hiccup” in Italian?
Not that we have anything against bubbly. Gosh, no. But ounce for ounce, this is a far more budget-conscious cocktail.
A better way to start your day. Uh, we mean, end your day. That’s what we meant. Yes, end it. Ahem.
An elegant and easy riff on steak au poivre, made not with beef but duck breast cooked to a rosy medium-rare.
And you thought talking politics with Aunt Em was fun after she’s had a few sips of wine. Just wait’ll you slip her something stronger.
If you took one look at this tart and thought, “No way, I can’t!”, read the recipe. Then let’s hear you say, “Heck yes, I can!”
This one’s for the gluten-free, dairy-free, low-carb, and Paleo peeps. It’s unlike anything you’ve ever had, we guarantee it.
This jumble of sweetly caramelized vegetables creates a lovely, though unconventional, sauce of sorts for pasta. We’re such rebels.
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