The unexpected combination of cider vinegar and tarragon makes this classic French chicken dinner impressively spectacular.
King Arthur Baking knows a thing or three about dough. Their recipe for gooey, cinnamon-sugared sticky buns proves it.
A homey potpie with a creamy, savory sauce that you’ll want to lick off the plate. And did we mention the succulent chicken and mushrooms?
Filone’s chewy crust and light, airy crumb make this everyday Italian bread a standout. Especially doable if it’s your first-time with sourdough bread baking.
In this simple one-pot supper, chicken thighs are bathed in a sauce that’s informed, though not overwhelmed, by lemon. Warning: You’re gonna wanna spoon that sauce onto everything.
An entire meal on a sheet pan. That pretty sums up this weeknight meal that’s short on fuss and long on Greek-inspired flavor and is actually healthy yet doesn’t taste like it.
The best way to know you’re getting the freshest—and best-est— blend of zaatar is to make it yourself. Here’s how.
Ballpark style sausages without going to the ballpark. We dare say we like this approach even better when demolished from the comfort of our own couch.
Pumpkin pie. Cheesecake. And no, that’s not a choice you have to make. You get both. You’re welcome. (New Thanksgiving tradition, anyone?)
The beguiling taste and aroma of za’atar lends intrigue to this anything-but-ordinary sheet pan chicken supper. (Did we mention how simple it is?!)