Jacques Pepin’s family recipe for cheese is a frugal approach to using scraps of cheese that’s a very traditional French thing. A delicious, boozy, cheesy, French thing.
Real-deal IKEA meatballs without having to leave the house. Consider it comfort food with no Allen key required.
Seriously delicious. And guess what else? This pasta with avocado sauce is also pretty darn healthy. Good-for-you comfort food that we actually want to eat? Definitely one of our favorite things.
This one-pot pasta supper may sound even more enticing when you find out just how quick and easy this one-pan pasta is to prepare and to clean up after.
A defiantly untraditional stuffing (or dressing, if you prefer) that tastes so intuitive you’ll wonder why no one ever came up with this melding of flavors until now.
Not as dense or as sweet as a pound cake, this lovely tea cake is rich and buttery and subtly infused with layers of apple and cinnamon with a tart lemon drizzle as a finishing flourish.
This cake from Tanya Holland has all the warming spices and subtle sweetness you crave come fall. In a delivery system that’s either dress-down or glam-it-up, depending on your occasion.
Real-deal teriyaki sauce that’s not from a bottle, relies on just four ingredients, can easily be committed to memory, and takes just minutes to make. You’re welcome.
Shatteringly crisp skin. Tender, juicy meat. And pan juices you’re gonna wanna sop up or soak up rather than let a drop go to waste.