Such a brilliantly simple idea: Roast chunks of potatoes, red onions, pancetta, and garlic in oil and balsamic vinegar. Boo-yah!
You know that coffee cake made with sour cream is going to be moist and tender. Add blueberries, lemon, and a sweet-tangy glaze, you’ve got something special.
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.
A velvety, creamy, lovely, green soup that’s full of good-for-you yet super satiating ingredients. Even kiddos will eat it, it’s that delish.
Summer is for steaks—big beefy steaks. Grill one to perfection then top with a lemony and salty pat of life-changing magic. Seriously. You’re going to slather it on everything.
Comfort food at its finest and, perhaps, easiest. Made with rice, lentils, and caramelized onions, it’s as good room temp as it is warm and goes with almost anything. Full of flavor yet also frugal.
A staple of Syrian snacking, moutabal is smoky and richly flavored. Spread it on everything that needs a pick-me-up of the delicious kind—you’ll never have a boring lunch again.
Dry-rubbed and slathered in sauce, these ribs are deeply flavored, lip-smackingly messy, and easier than you’d think to pull off at home.
Homemade bread that’s healthy but doesn’t taste it. Light, airy, and appealing even to kids, this is the recipe you’ve been seeking.
The unexpected combination of cider vinegar and tarragon makes this classic French chicken dinner impressively spectacular.