A chocolate lover’s dream come true, in the form of a lightly textured, dark chocolate mousse. Not too sweet, not too rich—just right.
Much less work than making bagels but just as delicious when slathered and schmeared with butter or cream cheese—or any soft cheese, really. And it’s perfect for toasting.
Drag out your waffle iron and reacquaint yourself with it—then devour some of the most delectable hash browns you’ve ever had. Get ready for a diner-worthy dinner at home.
An easy way to gussy up green beans and make them seem fancy without being fussy.
These simple yet superlative little cakes are quite mind-blowing in their poundcake-like loveliness. Go on. See for yourself.
If you go weak in the knees at the mere thought of crisp skin on a roast hen, your day just got a heck of a lot better.
Jacques Pepin’s family recipe for cheese is a frugal approach to using scraps of cheese that’s a very traditional French thing. A delicious, boozy, cheesy, French thing.
Proof that it doesn’t take buttermilk or an insufferably long overnight brine to make insanely tender, crazily crisp, gosh darn perfect fried chicken.
Admit it. You’ve long admired those gorgeous chocolate curl garnishes atop cakes and wondered how to make them at home. It couldn’t be easier. Here’s how.
Our latest stay-at-home pasttime? inhaling these onion rings while standing at the stovetop and reveling in the shatter of their crisp crust and the crazily tender onion encased within.