Everybody loves a quick weeknight dinner that uses what you’ve got on hand—pull out those languishing veggies and whip up a satisfying stir fry!
When we think of brittle, we tend to think of a wallflower-like candy. This snappy little number proves that we couldn’t be more wrong.
Lasagna for breakfast? Well, why the heck not? Trisha Yearwood whips this up for a big breakfast but it makes a darn good dinner, too.
Stop right there. We have the grilled cheese to end all grilled cheeses. If you’re looking for the sandwich of your cheesy, crispy, crunchy, crazy dreams, look no further.
Seafood pasta is always a little luxurious—even on Wednesday night, and even when the pasta in question is ready in half an hour.
Shortbread cookkies made with the warmth of ginger and the puckeriness of lemon are baked to buttery, crumbly magnificence.
Easily the most unique carrot cake we’ve ever experienced. And we mean that in the best possible way.
Warmly spiced with a pudding-like texture, this apple cake from Edna Lewis is truly easy—just stir together by hand. And it’s unforgettable for reasons that have nothing to do with its ease.
Blissfully simple. Outrightly old-fashioned. Sigh-inducingly cooling. Even righteously healthy. Say hello to your latest summer obsession.
Remember the blackening craze in which EVERYTHING was baptized with a rock-your-world spice mix? This is one of the best expressions of it. And its on the table in half an hour.