Simple and lovely and Italian, this salad is a contemporary combination of traditional Italian ingredients from chef Ignacio Mattos, chef at Estela in Manhattan.
Succulent shrimp swimming in a smoked-paprika-and-garlic olive oil bath. Call it a spa for crustaceans.
Chocolate bourbon truffles. A brilliant and boozy gift for the chocolate lover who has everything.
No-knead Italian bread that’s rustic, crusty, and easy as heck. Believe it.
Radicchio, fig, and apple salad. An exquisite assemblage of late summer ingredients. Salad perfection.
Baked nectarines with port. Looks fancy. Couldn’t be easier. And quite possibly the booziest dessert you’ll make all summer long.
Gin and tonic granita, in addition to being an absolute summer must, is a palate cleanser, a dessert, an aperitif, a conversation starter, and so, so many other marvie things.
This kale, butternut squash, and kale salad may conjure notions of autumn but it’s actually really quite lovely all year long.
Named for the Broadway play about the mythological Greek god of beauty, the Adonis stunningly draws together vermouth, a couple styles of sherry, orange bitters, and a twist.
This bibimbap recipe with its easy, smoky, slightly sweet sauce is going to upend your notion of healthy eating. Swear.