Lest you worry these remarkably delicate, nutty rye pancakes being too ascetic, rest assured they go splendidly with the sweetness of pears sautéed in gobs of butter and maple syrup.
A Zuni Cafe specialty, these little cheese puff sandwiches are filled with bacon, tender baby greens, and peppery pickled onions. Perfect as an hors d'oeuvre.
Simple. Savory. Salty. Sweet. Slightly tangy. And entirely addictive. That's what we think of this easy yet elegant salad of endive, blue cheese, and pear.
Made with honey syrup, the aptly named Bee's Knees cocktail has its origin in Prohibition, back when simplicity and sweet reigned supreme.
It may not be the classic tuna melt yet it's about to upend everything you thought you knew about yourself and your tuna melt preferences.
Dense, rich, and flourless, this gluten-free cake is a fave among the Portuguese. It's also a fave among everyone else who's ever tried it. It takes its unforgettable and unparalleled taste from a combination of almonds, lemon zest, cinnamon, and vanilla.
All the elements of a classic beef curry that slowly simmered on the back burner all day but in just an hour. You're welcome.
A quick and simple weeknight recipe made with store-bought tortellini, spinach, and chicken broth. Super simple and perfect for the entire family.
Okay, these cookies may not contain literally a thousand layers, but you gotta admit, the title made you count, yes?
Truffade is French for "potato pancake graced by bacon and laden with Cantal or Gruyere cheese." In other words, this.
Eggs in purgatory--or eggs simmered in tomato sauce--is a simple breakfast or supper. Serve the purgatory eggs over toasted bread rubbed with garlic.
Nope, this isn't bulgogi, the classic Korean barbecue. But like its inspiration, this little number is salty, sweet, and oh so succulent.
This Southwest chile cheese fondue is brimming with chile ingredients, cheese, and spices. This is a fondue with brio. Dip chorizo for a flavor blast.
Quahogs, or ginormous clams, take center stage in this clear chowder. No tomatoes, no cream, no other ingredients that could sully the saline loveliness of clams, salt pork, potatoes, and onions.
Riz au lait is another way of saying French rice pudding. So gosh darn easy and impossible to stop eating that it's quite possibly the thing we love most about the French.
"Absolutely the best thing I’ve put in my mouth in a long time!" That's what folks are saying about this buttery, citrusy coffee cake.