12 of Our Favorite Diana Henry Recipes

Diana Henry, the doyenne of combining every day and the exotic, was born in Northern Ireland but credits going to France in her teens with giving her a taste of the world. Her recipes are full of sparkling flavors, often healthier than they taste, and, above all, comforting. Try a few and see what you think.

Crêpes Dentelles with Sautéed Apples and Caramel Sauce

Elegant and extravagant and easy. That's these thin, delicate, curiously satisfying crepes with caramelized apples and a rich caramel sauce.

Roast Pork with Crushed Grape Sauce

An elegant yet easy approach to roast pork that draws on iconic autumn flavors. And it's as affordable as it is impressive.

Beet and Carrot Fritters

Shame we didn't have these little lovelies on our plates when we were being admonished by our parents to "eat your veggies!"

Wine-Soaked Autumn Pudding

An autumnal take on the classic British summer pudding, melding booze and berries and apples and plums to really quite a lovely effect.

Roasted Squash with Chile and Honey

A little chile and honey elevate roasted squash to another dimension entirely. Trust us. This is not your typical roasted winter squash.

White Bean Puree, Radicchio, and Red Onions

It's remarkable what you can do with a can of beans. Here it's transformed into a pretty classy purée (aka poor man's hummus).

Turkish Coffee Ice Cream

Folks are saying this is the simplest ice cream recipe they've ever made. They're also calling it the most satisfying.

Adobo Marinated Pork Chops

We teach you how to make your own homemade adobo and then wield it to make your weeknight meals exponentially more enticing.

Pork Tinga

We're hearing a lot about how easy and insanely delicious this classic Mexican pork stew is. And how loved ones are clamoring to leftovers to work the next day. Sounds like a keeper to us.

Salmon, Fennel, and Apple Salad

We found ourselves swooning to the simpleness and suppleness of this lovely little salmon salad.

Red Wine Chocolate Cake

We're sorta surprised you're still reading this rather than clicking on the title given how compelling the ingredients in the title are...


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