Made in a single pan with so much ease you’ll be wanting to make them every night. We dare so you’ll hear no complaints.
What’s not to love about zucchini that’s smothered in cream, herbs, and two kinds of cheese?
Apricot tart with frangipane. Because stone fruit season is short. So is life.
This easy, elegant meal of crispy-skinned salmon, bathed in a rich, creamy honey and tahini sauce is going to be on repeat all year long.
Breakfast. Brunch. Dessert. Midnight nosh. Heck, there’s no time of day or night that we don’t welcome this classic plum kuchen.
This piña colada recipe is made with rum, cream of coconut, and pineapple, and couldn’t be easier. We also think it’s even better than the classic.
Marinate for 10 minutes. Grill. Devour. It’s that easy.
This rainbow chard salad teaches you the magnificence that is Swiss chard when served ever so slightly cooked with walnuts and cheese.
Everyone needs a classic back-pocket chicken recipe that’s perfect for entertaining. This is it.
Tired of steamed green beans? One taste of this salad and you’ll understand why folks who try it for the first time are making it again and again and again that very same week.
For this easy tart, fresh cherries are piled atop creamy, whipped cream cheese filling and the whole shebang is nestled inside a nutty tart shell. Sounds divine, doesn’t it?
That’s right. Sonker. And it’s the simple yet unforgettable fruit dessert—sorta like pie meets cobbler—that you’ve been missing your entire life.
Rubbed with spices and grilled rather than battered and fried, these fish tacos are so easy, so healthy, and so something we want to make again and again and again.
This easy overnight breakfast casserole from Jessie Sheehan features a sweet, creamy egg custard, rich brioche, and fresh blueberries. Perfect for feeding a crowd.
Teriyaki has become synonymous with an overly sweet and sticky sauce. That’s a shame. This easy salmon teriyaki recipe keeps things perfectly in balance.
This is as indulgent as a quick weeknight pasta dish can get with its creamy and rich (though not too rich) sauce punctuated with the lilt of lemon.
No ice cream maker required. Just watermelon, citrus, sweetness, mint, and a little time in the deep freeze. Vodka optional. Then all you do is scoop it up and plop it in a pretty bowl.
Who knew the secret to the best banana bread was the addition of vanilla pudding mix, dark chocolate, and coconut?
These subtly flavored, relatively healthful (shhhh!) sliders are the sleeper hit at The Meatball Shop. Not hard to understand why.
This Dutch oven braided loaf is swirled with cinnamon and topped with vanilla glaze and toasted pecans. It’s perfect anytime of the day, breakfast included.