David finally learns to make pain d’epi, the loaf of bread that he’s been lusting after for decades, and finds it to be easy peasy.
Proof that spectacularly fudgy, messily gooey, intensely chocolatey brownies can be made without butter or eggs.
Surprisingly easy to make at home, these classic Buffalo wings take their über crispiness from a double dipping in flour and spice. (You’re gonna be hooked.)
Buttery, rich pound cake is ribboned with a marmalade layer, steeped in blood orange syrup, and finished off with a tartly sweet orange glaze. Sigh.
Simple yet spectacular green beans thanks to the perfect technique from Alain Ducasse.
Crunchy on the outside and soul-sighingly soft inside, this simple no-knead sourdough recipe from Jim Lahey turns out a classic Italian loaf that would pass muster at any trattoria.
Not the carrot cake of your childhood. Unspeakably better. With an ever-so-slightly exotic edge of chai tea and cardamom that makes this childhood dessert all grown up.
Crackly phyllo that’s crisp as autumn leaves give way to tender wild mushrooms in this simple, sumptuous savory strudel.
So easy to toss together. So understated yet sophisticated. So wise in capturing and preserving something during its season.
A tangy sweetness that’s irresistible to all ages. (Although if you’re looking to make it more grown up, we can help with that, too.)
The iconic summer cocktail. Gin. Lemonade. Ginger ale. Citrus. Cucumber. Mint. Yes, please.
A cleverly engineered salad made with everyday ingredients in a slightly unconventional fashion. No PhD required.
Light, airy, and oh-so-eggy, each popover rises to extreme heights, thanks to this recipe from Neiman Marcus. Serve these in place of bread for a special treat.
Fast. Flavorful. And flaunting just enough Middle Eastern flair to intrigue but not frighten anyone. Even kids. Swear.
Sonhos–Portuguese for “dreams”–is an apt name for Portugal’s dreamy doughnuts that are as easy to make as they are to eat.
Oh baby. We wait all year for stone fruits to be in season so we can make this. Ideal for breakfast, desert, and everything in between.
A Chinese classic that you can make at home with fewer ingredients and less fuss than you’d ever imagine.
Experience for yourself why folks are calling this recipe for India’s most iconic comfort food “heavenly” and “unbelievably tender and juicy” and “astounding.”
A classic middle Eastern mezze that’s crisp phyllo on the outside, blissfully melty halloumi and feta on the inside with parsley for some semblance of healthiness. Easy to juggle with a glass of wine in hand.
Folks are calling this the best Rogan Josh they’ve ever tried. Made with marinated lamb and a Kashmiri chili-spiked tomato sauce, it’s the real deal.