This came into existence when a line cook wondered what would happen if he put literally everything on a sandwich. Something spectacular ensued.
This Mexican staple is easy as can be to make—and even easier to strew on practically anything you can think to eat.
Commercial tartar sauce tends to be crammed full of sugar and corn syrup and preservatives. Not this little homemade lovely.
This crazy satisfying, ridiculously cheap, pantry-minded supper consists of just pasta, cheese, oil, salt, pepper, and a nifty technique.
Like Nashville Hot Chicken except that it’s baked rather than fried, this spicy roast chicken is doused with cayenne for a nice, mild, warm burn that you’re gonna love.
Easiest. Ribs. Ever. Yet with the same scintillating, fall-off-the-bone goodness as their grilled and smoked counterparts.
The earthy, nutty, warming spice blend known as za’atar disproves the notion that simple can’t also be stylish.
This easy gingerbread pancakes recipe is easy to make with sugar, spice, lemon zest, and maple syrup. Perfect for Christmas.
This fennel, orange, and watercress salad recipe is a quick and easy side dish for a family dinner or special occasion.
This Mexican carnitas recipe is authentic braised and fried pork that’s fall-apart-tender pork goodness ready for tacos.
This contains sugar and spice and everything nice. In fact, it has so much niceness in it, we want it for every special occasion.
Mass-produced packaged pastries can’t touch these startlingly spectacular, small-batch, made-from-scratch cheese Danish.
Leftover turkey never had it so swell as in this iconic, incredible hot brown sandwich made with bacon and bubbling hot cheese sauce.
Suffice it to say, these are the sweetly spiced nuts we’ll be setting out at cocktail parties and gifting this holiday season.
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