This recipe gets it right with just the right amount of (indulgent) richness. Our go-to weekend breakfast for a leisurely, luxurious meal.
Tuscan Roast Pork
An Italian classic. Pork loin is rubbed with an intoxicating blend of garlic, rosemary, and sage and then slowly roasted until sigh-inducingly tender. Easy, elegant and certain to impress.
Italian-Style Braised Chicken in Wine
This rustic classic is infused with that Italian charm that transforms everyday ingredients into something that’s both insanely comforting yet seemingly luxurious.
Roasted Cherry Tomatoes with Herbs
Here’s how to transform ho-hum out-of-season supermarket tomatoes into polish-off-the-entire-batch-yourself bombs of jammy tomato superlativeness.
Red Wine Braised Beef
There’s something magical that happens when you toss a cheap cut of beef in a pot with some wine and vegetables and walk away for a while. Alchemy of the most ethereal sort.
All the understated elegance found in every Yotam Ottolenghi creation. Yet it draws on easy, inexpensive, everyday ingredients.
Spicy Korean Chicken
More tingly than outright and obtrusively spicy, this quick and easy chicken takes its unmistakable flavor from that classic and cult-inducing Korean chile paste, gochujang.
Red Curry Mussels
Quick. Easy. And anything but humdrum. That’s these red curry mussels that make an unexpectedly perfect weeknight dinner solution.
Easy Skillet Meatballs
Simple to make, kid-friendly, incredibly versatile, and essentially foolproof. Let’s not forget to mention uber delicious. That’s what we think of these easy skillet meatballs perfect for weeknights.
Healthy Egg Drop Soup
A somewhat healthier riff on egg drop soup, this quick little number is the perfect way to nourish the soul AND chase away those cold weather sniffs, sneezes, and blues.
This is definitely not your classic shakshuka. But with its lilt of lemon, its hearty braised greens, and it sprinkling of za’atar, it’s not something we’d kick out of bed.
White Bean Shakshuka
An already soul-satisfying Middle Eastern classic made even more enticing thanks to the addition of white beans and charred vegetables.
Apple Pear Sauce
Applesauce gone to finishing school. That’s how we think of this apple pear sauce sweetened with maple syrup and seasoned with cinnamon and nutmeg. Stovetop or slow cooker friendly.