These snacking cakes are the perfect match for your afternoon cup of tea or coffee, though we have been known to sneak a slice (or two!) for breakfast.
If autumn was a cocktail, this collision of caramel apple and prosecco spritz would be it.
A stunning jumble of ingredients you'll forget are healthy the moment you take a bite. Sweet roasted beets. Peppery watercress. Tangy feta. And a perfectly balanced vinaigrette.
An easier yet no less elegant riff on the classic chicken Marbella. Ideal for the Jewish high holidays yet ecumenical enough for Sunday suppers everywhere.
These date bars are a classic for good reason. The combination of sweet, sticky date filling nestled between layers of buttery oat dough is completely irresistible.
Pretty in pink is this lovely sorbet, thanks to the inclusion of the entire apple, blush red peel included, as well as a little Geürztraminer for sweet sophistication.
This caramelized pork is sweet, salty, savory, and a little spicy. It's every bit as good as what you'll find in your local Vietnamese restaurant and completely doable on a weeknight.
A roundup of recipes for your Head of The Year celebrations, whatever you might be planning. From brisket to challah, we've got you covered.
This lemon drizzle cake is Paul Hollywood's favorite cake of all time. One bite and you'll understand why.
Rich, slightly sweet, and chewy in the best way, this Jewish challah is a stunner. Perfect for shabbat and Rosh Hashanah.
This simple, yet elegant roast chicken dinner features chicken pieces that are glazed with honey and vinegar, then slowly roasted in garlic confit until tender and golden. Do we have your attention?
Those of us who prefer a restrained sweetness and a more pronounced cocoa taste will adore these muffins. Nothing overtly sweet here. And we're okay with that.