A choose-your-own-ending recipe, with varying outcomes depending on whether you use bittersweet or semisweet chocolate. Suspenseful!
Brisket, deviled eggs, salads, spring vegetables, and chocolate macaroons comprise the ideal dinner for your family at this sacred time.
These little jewels are stuffed with ground meat, layered into a skillet, and seared. Then artichokes are simmered in a tart tomato sauce until tender. Restraint, please.
Offer up this tangerine and beet salad recipe–all bright and sunny yellow–in the middle of a dismal winter day, and you’ll be hailed as a kitchen hero, nay, savior.
Those requisite olives that you plonk on the coffee table before company comes just got more respectable but no more troublesome.
These fork-mashed spuds are indulgence defined with their easy execution, deceptively rich taste, and lack of bowls and beaters to clean.
Simultaneously crispy and chewy and silken, these flourless French indulgences make us swoon each and every time without fail.
The nutty beigeness of quinoa creates a blank canvas for pistachios and cranberries to do their spirited dance in this holiday side. (Did we mention that it’s both vegan and gluten-free?)
Salt crust chicken, the classic technique of encasing a chicken in a salt crust, seals in flavor and juices so the chicken is utterly moist and delicious.
Elissa Atlman finds brotherhood and understanding in, of all places, The Ten Commandments, while making matzo meal sponge cake for Passover.