The chewiness of rice, the sweetness of pork, the easiness of a made-for-weeknight recipe, and the loveliness of Asian flavors such as ginger, scallion, and sesame.
“Best” is a pretty bold. assertion. Yet these chewy fudge brownies from David Lebovitz merit it.
Ditch the fizzy artificially dyed tablets for something more natural. Like kitchen scraps.
All the crunch and saltiness and satisfaction of your fave packaged potato chips. None of the icky preservatives, unhealthy fats, and other unconscionable additives.
Known in some parts as tar heel pie, this ridiculously rich and gooey chocolate brownie pie is crazy easy to make—and just as easy to make disappear.
Who first thought to smother a hot dog with chili and strew it with cheese and cram it into one’s face? We’re talking hero status.
A stash of chili in the freezer is a simple trick that will rock your weeknight supper world. Imagine chili dogs as everyday indulgence!
This glazed ham has got a sweet, spicy, salty thing going on that’s simultaneously simple and subtle and super impressive.
Corn dogs, that ubiquitous county fair food, played a crucial, almost divine role, in keeping David alive during a detour in Dallas. Recipe included.
A grilled mac and cheese sandwich? You better believe it. Here’s how to make it.
If something looks like banana bread and tastes like banana bread, chances are it’s banana bread. Unless it’s these cute little banana muffins riddled with chocolate.
Make your own homemade peanut butter with ease thanks to a nifty, easy technique. Food processor required.
Forever? Completely? Sounds like words used only in conjunction with things that inspire lasting love. Like this cake.
These coconut candy bars taste like a mash-up of Mounds candy bars, peanut butter, and a graham cracker crumb crust.
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