A harmony of sweet citrus notes nudges the classic lemon poppy seed cake in a less one-dimensional direction here. We may even be thinking of this as a 5D cake.
It’s Ottolenghi. Enough said. (Well, okay, we have to say more. Like how everyone who’s tried this swears it’ll forevermore be their simple supper standby.)
Sukuma wiki means “to stretch the week”—in other words, using affordable and readily available greens spiffed up with spices to help stretch any meal a little further.
“Better than pie.” We’ve been hearing that from more than one person about these apple crumb bars—and we’re pretty big pie people around here. So that’s saying a heck of a lot.
“Masala” essentially means “spiced.” A fitting title for these exquisitely spiced shrimp…though it fails to also capture just how divinely easily they come together.
This is sooooo not the gloppy orange chicken that’s an Americanized riff on Chinese food that comes in a white box. Sooooo not.
Short on time but long on taco craving? These ancho pork and potato tacos take little fuss and even less time yet make a satisfying solution.
“Easy yet feels special.” “Perfect.” “KEEPER!” That’s what we keep hearing about this superlative steak supper for when you want hearty AND healthy.
A simple trick that accentuates the sweetness inherent in late-summer stone fruit. And then amplifies it even more with honey and pepper.
Refined and a little restrained in all the right ways. That’s what we’re hearing about this summery cocktail. ‘Exactly what one might expect from the British.