Robin Currie, Recipe Tester

A list of all the recipes Robin Currie has tested.

Robin Currie

Robin is an enthusiastic home cook who loves to feed her friends and family. After a successful museum career at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, University of Pennsylvania Museum, and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Robin changed lanes and began writing about food and reviewing cookbooks for the “Philadelphia Inquirer.”

For Robin, cooking is a happy obsession, along with ice dancing, gardening, traveling, and dogs.

Mocha walnut torte on a white plate with 2 pieces sliced and 1 piece missing.

Dorie Greenspan’s Mocha Walnut Torte

A rich walnut torte, that happens to be gluten-free and full of chocolate and coffee flavor, is a perfect dessert for sharing. Especially when covered with rich ganache.

5 panko breaded chicken tenders drizzled with deep red hot sauce and chile slices, with a bowl of more spicy honey and a honey dipper.

Hot Honey Chicken Tenders

Chicken tenders will always be a universal favorite–we’d eat them any time of day, to be honest. Then slathered with hot honey? Heck yes.

A blue skillet with paper towel and a pile of breaded, deep-fried cauliflower. A bowl of dip in the background.

Popcorn Cauliflower Bites

A terrific snack, appie, or side dish, that nearly everyone will devour. Crispy fried vegetables dipped in your choice of sauce? Yes, please!

Three cheese and chile naan bread, drizzled with butter, in a metal dish on a wooden table, beside pieces of naan.

Naan Bread with Cheese and Chiles

Naan bread is good. Really, really good. And then GBBO’s Chetna Makan takes it up a notch with cheese and chiles, making us rethink everything we knew about flavor.

A metal sheet pan filled with lemon ginger chicken legs and thighs with shallots and lemon slices.

Lemon Ginger Chicken

Winner, winner, for sure. We hear that this chicken dinner is pleasing, quick, and lip-smackingly tasty. Perfect for anytime you’re hungry and need something good and fast.