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.
Spicy, salty, and sweet. That's what you get from a handful of simple Asian ingredients, less than 25 minutes, and this recipe. You're welcome.
Call them fried pork dumplings, Chinese dumplings, or even potstickers. Whatever you do, don't call them difficult to make. So much easier to make than you'd ever imagine.
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.
This sassy roast chicken gets its moist meat and ultra-crisp skin from the two-step process of searing it in a skillet then sliding the whole thing in the oven. Simplicity.