Lots of us talk about food without ever thinking about where those names come from. Nun's farts, cat's tongues, and burritos are just the tip of the iceberg (lettuce!). The world is full of far more creative, descriptive, and boldly named foodstuffs.
A spicy Asian-inspired noodle bowl can be yours in well under an hour. Peanuts, cilantro, sesame oil, soy sauce--it's all here.
An assemblage of our most inspired incarnations of sweetly spiced fall apples and buttery, flaky pastry. May the swooning commence. (If we can't get a little poetic about apple pie, when can we?!)
A simple little potato salad that packs a surprising punch of flavors, with no mayo needed. Tangy, zesty, and silky all at once.
Our scientific theory is that bite-sized food just tastes better. Maybe it's because you're just happier when you eat it. These baby meatballs are proof.
A handful of earthy, warm spices gives your standard, everyday roasted bird a whole new personality. There might not even be leftovers.
Our testers universally loved this quick bread that's gluten-free, dairy-free, and paleo friendly. And no one will ever tell the difference. Swear.
This kale, butternut squash, and kale salad may conjure notions of autumn but it's actually really quite lovely all year long.
Who says Brussels sprouts aren't comfort food? When roasted with potatoes and pancetta, nearly anything becomes a comfort, we say.
Focaccia gets drizzled with an intense herb oil of basil, parsley, oregano, rosemary, garlic and thyme, then loaded with slices of potato, onions, and rosemary.
Pancakes are swell, but breakfast doesn't have an exclusive on maple syrup. Especially not when this maple roast chicken is in the house.
When the temperature starts to dip, it's time for soup. All kinds of soup. A hearty vegan bean soup with warming spices is all you need.