The surest way we know to guarantee moist turkey? Brine it. Preferably with this boozy brandy-infused brine. (Hiccup.)
Taco casserole. Were there ever two words more beautiful side by side?
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.
This Ooni pizza with Portuguese sausage and sheep’s cheese has a smoky, spicy flavor that is great for pizza Fridays.
This rainbow chard salad teaches you the magnificence that is Swiss chard when served ever so slightly cooked with walnuts and cheese.
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.
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.
No sugar. No creepy preservatives. Nothing but blueberries, plain yogurt, honey, lemon juice, purple smiles, and requests for seconds.
This simple one-dish braised chicken recipe is making lots of folks really quite happy. Perhaps you should see what all the fuss is about.
Peppery greens, creamy blue cheese, and crisp pear are jumbled together with a sweetly nutty vinaigrette that’s so delicious you may just catch folks licking the plate.
A favorite holiday dish, beef Wellington is beef fillet slathered with pate, covered in a dice of mushrooms, wrapped in puff pastry, and baked.
A spectacular riff on the classic French potato and leek soup known as Vichyssoise, this is astoundingly good. So much so you may just find yourself raising the bowl to your lips.
Scoop up mouthfuls of this colorful and herbacious salad, and revel in the fresh flavors of Middle Eastern food. Serve with lettuce leaves or pitas for spooning and dipping.
A fun side dish that also tastes exceptionally good. Rolls of cheese-filled garlic bread in a tear-and-share loaf, they make a terrific snack, too.
This is not the sweet, gooey tzimmes of your childhood. Nope. So don’t be surprised when that old familiar flavor pales in comparison.
Crispy onion strings make a delish side dish, especially for the holidays. But even better is just eating them, out of hand, dipped in your favorite sauce.
So crazily satisfying you may just find yourself making Thanksgiving dinner more than once a year.
Crunchy, sweet, salty, buttery, and nutty. It comes together in 30 minutes, making it practical to toss together batch after batch for gifts if you get carried away with sampling.
Antoni Porowski’s easy-peasy pasta dinner takes pre-roasted chicken and a pile of noodles, and makes a delish dinner. Carrots, bacon, cream, and cheese round it out.
We’ve tasted a lot of pasta alla Norma recipes in our day, and we gotta say, after trying this one, we’re calling it quits on our search for the perfect recipe. Because this is it.