This easy hummus can be made in the slow cooker or oven, and is a healthy snack or appetizer that requires almost no effort.
This lime-infused polenta cake boasts a light texture and rich, buttery flavor. It’s perfect for teatime or dessert, but we won’t judge if you sneak a slice for breakfast.
Just when we thought polenta couldn’t get any better we discovered these irresistible fried polenta sticks.
A holiday cookie if we ever saw one! So buttery, so nutty, so delicate, so mind-bendingly charming, these traditional Viennese cookies rival the city’s fancier pastries as our fave.
Scoop up mouthfuls of this colorful and herbacious salad, and revel in the fresh flavors of Middle Eastern food. Serve with lettuce leaves or pitas for spooning and dipping.
A quick salad doesn’t have to be boring. Bitter greens, tossed with crunchy walnuts, salty cheese, and tangy pomegranate sounds pretty exciting, doesn’t it?
There’s something about a big old pot of beans–comforting, richly flavored, and filling. Tomatoes and rosemary add a little something special.
A simple, rustic, and flavorful vegetarian dinner that only takes a handful of ingredients and 45 minutes. Also, it tastes really fantastic. What’s not to love?
This Italian classic is “a cook’s recipe,” which is to say, we give you all the components and how-tos that you need. You get to tweak it to your pantry and your preference.
A novel take on the classic. Mint leaves, Parmesan, lemon, garlic, and peanuts (yes, peanuts), are blitzed in a food processor. It’s great on lamb, chicken, salmon, and pasta.