Ready in just half an hour, this simple but not unsophisticated stew brings you all the complexity of one that simmered twice as long. Sorry, Campbell’s.
We quite fancy these unexpected and exceptional little lovelies, which juxtapose sweet and salty, crisp and tender.
Easy yet elegant, this simple pasta dish calls for any long, narrow, flat pasta, garlic, olive oil, seafood, and parsley. Dinner is done.
This hearty jumble of squash, chickpeas, almonds, and prunes, takes its come-hither aroma from cinnamon, spice and other things that are so, so nice.
This recipe for the classic French bistro salad combines salad greens, a softly cooked egg, and bits of bacon. It makes for an easy lunch or dinner.
An utterly simple, Indian-inspired recipe in which mussels are bathed in a savory saffron broth spiked with ginger, garlic, peppers, and curry.
This peas and eggs dish, so typical in Portuguese homes, especially in spring and Easter, is a cinch to make. Just sear the bacon, poach the eggs, and assemble. Oh, and eat.
A simple seared fish fillet with a tart citrus lilt, this recipe comes together with ease even on the craziest of weeknights.
A classic Thai trick for imparting a lot of oomph without a lot of ingredients or expense.