Not only are these sweet cinnamon sugar-coated pear tarts a breeze to whip up, they look pretty darn impressive, too.
This caramelized pork is sweet, salty, savory, and a little spicy. It’s every bit as good as what you’ll find in your local Vietnamese restaurant and completely doable on a weeknight.
There’s a very good reason why our testers are calling these glazed blueberry and lemon scones “delicious” and “the best recipe they’ve ever tested”. We’re willing to bet you’ll agree.
Banana lovers unite! These easy muffins are crammed with as much banana as possible and then topped with more.
Who doesn’t love a juicy and tender meatball? Served with pasta, on a pizza, in a sub with tons of melty cheese, there’s not much better.
Salmon piccata for 2 is a recipe for love–the love of good food, natch. A pan sauce of white wine, lemon, and capers provides the perfect finishing touch.
A custardy pie, filled with summer’s favorite berry (come on, you know it’s true), and baked into your choice of crust. Sweet, silky perfection.
A sweet and savory side dish that highlights the ever-lovely delicata squash. And pine nuts, those exotic, buttery, little flavor bombs.
A pretty effortless dinner that delivers mildly spicy, comforting goodness when you’re craving flavor and wholesome ingredients.
Sam Sifton’s recipe for sloppy Joes is quick and, honestly, quite superb. Full of flavor and just as messy as you remember. And just as tasty.
If you know Joy the Baker, you know how great her recipes are. This is no exception, full of fruit and covered with a cookie-like topping, this is one darn good cobbler.