A deeply spiced, but not spicy, Turkish potato and tomato casserole that makes a superb side dish. Serve with yogurt, lemon, and even a sprinkle of nuts.
A healthy, veggie-packed dinner that’s most magnificent during the height of summer. No turning on the stove required.
Bet you already have everything you need for these brownies in your house. Which is a very good thing. (Also sorta a very dangerous thing.)
Here’s a recipe for a small batch of strawberry jam, without all the fuss of traditional canning. Ready in less than an hour, with all the lush taste of peak strawberry season.
Served warm and without mayo, you might not recognize this as your standby potato salad but let us implore you—just try it. It’s divine.
Easy, inexpensive, not too spicy, comforting as heck, and made with ingredients you probably already have. It also just so happens to be vegan and gluten-free.
A fresh take on squash with tahini, lime, and ginger. It comes together easily, resulting in a superbly satisfying dinner. Don’t even think about skipping the pumpkin seeds!
If you’re looking for an easy-peasy but still impressive starter, look no further. This lush salad with caramelized, grilled peaches and tender lettuce couldn’t be more simple. Or tastier.
Shortbread cookkies made with the warmth of ginger and the puckeriness of lemon are baked to buttery, crumbly magnificence.
In the Eastern Mediterranean, each individual has an idea of what makes the perfect baklava. This unconventional approach relies on blitzed raisins and citrus syrup. If you’re looking for perfect, this just might be it.