Knee-wobblingly golden on the outside. Lusciously wobbly inside. Gordon Ramsay would be so proud.
We just can’t stop dribbling these easy yet elegant oils—infused with basil, chile, curry, and more—over everything.
Hot enough to make you holler. That’s how they like their fried chicken in Nashville. Who are we to argue?
Beef. Lamb. Matzoh. We could go on and on and on listing things we loooooove to smother with this spirited sauce.
After grilling up these lovely little lamb lollies, we finally understand why so many folks use “lamb chop” as a term of endearment.
Commercial tartar sauce tends to be crammed full of sugar and corn syrup and preservatives. Not this little homemade lovely.
All the flavor of wings. All the virtuousness of cauliflower. In retrospect, we’re sad it took someone this long to come up with it.
Perhaps the most iconic and indispensable ingredient in Moroccan cooking. And perhaps the easiest thing to make ever.
Ridiculously easy to make yet complex as heck in taste. Slightly sweet with only a hint of heat. Kid-tested and adult-approved.
This slightly sweet, subtly tangy, entirely apple-y vinaigrette recipe is going to come in far more handy than you can ever imagine.
This little make-ahead number is easy as can be, requires no coveted stove-top space before the big meal, and tastes, well, wow.
Who knew that baking legend Jim Lahey’s brilliance extended not just to bread and pizza maverick but béchamel whisperer?
This is definitely not the roast chicken of our childhood. And with all due respect, we couldn’t be happier about that.
Why make homemade ketchup? Because you can. And, as David explains, because no one can tell you that you shouldn’t. No one.
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