Oh, my, my, my, my. That's what we think of this lovely late-summer cobbler in a skillet.
Easy, authentic, and awesome any time of day, whether accompanied by steaming hot coffee or cold cerveza.
This easy, toss-it-together-and-shove-it-in-the-oven casserole is exactly what macaroni and cheese ought to be—cheesy, crumb-topped, and ridiculously indulgent.
We could blather on and on and on about this surprising and stunning (and stealthy healthy) riff on a Southern classic that everyone is swearing is the best cornbread they've ever had. But you best experience it for yourself.
Shallots take on a dulcet, docile personality when slowly coaxed to a caramelized brown. Easy to make. And easygoing by way of going well with just about anything.
Mushrooms and butter and garlic. Think you've been there, done that? Trust us, you haven't. Not like this.
Everyone who's made this little lovely is lauding it as the airiest, most perfect puffed pancake they've met.
We know you've always wanted to fling pizza dough like a boss. This recipe from Jim Lahey helps you do just that.
Jambalaya just doesn't get any more authentic than this deeply flavored, deeply revered rendition from Cajun country.
An Irish classic for a darn good reason. Actually, three reasons—it's shamelessly simple, flagrantly frugal, and undeniably delicious. Lovers of colcannon, rösti, latkes, and hash browns will find comfort here.
Cinnamon rolls just got even better thanks to crisp, golden edges that come from being baked in a classic cast iron skillet. Make a single ginormous roll or more modest individual rolls.
An easy, foolproof, ever so slightly sweet corn bread that comes together as quickly as it disappears. Just watch it.
This recipe from the late, great Edna Lewis turns out skillet-fried chicken that's perfectly seasoned, extra-crisp, and gosh darn beautiful in every way.
Choriqueso = chorizo (spicy Mexican sausage) + queso (Spanish for cheese) melted into a puddle in a skillet. Perfect for dipping.
Intensely gooey, fudgy, crunchy-edged, gluten-free brownie loveliness that are easy to make and even easier to make disappear.
This godsend of a quick weeknight recipe can be twerked, er, tweaked any which way—which is to say, your way.
Essentially eggs scrambled with chips and salsa, chilaquiles is equally enticing in the a.m. as the p.m., with a cup of hot joe or a bottle of cold cerveza.
Simple to make, kid-friendly, incredibly versatile, and essentially foolproof. Let's not forget to mention uber delicious. That's what we think of these easy skillet meatballs perfect for weeknights.
Breakfast. Brunch. Lunch. Dinner. Pretty much anytime you need an insanely quick, one-skillet, satiating something, this frittata is the solution.
Perfect. The best brine I've ever had. Oh. My. God. That's what folks are saying about this simple weeknight supper solution.
Yup. You can make your own chunks of porcine indulgence with nothing more than thickly sliced bacon and a sturdy skillet.
Eggs, potatoes, and not much else. That's our weeknight salvation come suppertime on a super crazy day.
The perfect egg fried sunnyside up, boasting a white that's neither overly crisp at the edges and a yolk that's justifiably jiggly.
Roasted cauliflower. Andouille sausage. Spinach. Goat cheese. Bowtie pasta. What's not to love about this quick weeknight meal? You'll be fighting your loved ones for leftovers.
Skillet Plum Cake25/30
Skillet cake is moist and tender and sweet (not too sweet, though) and sorta like upside-down cake except it's right-side up.
There's no scarcity of seductiveness in this Seattle-style redux of a classic cheeseburger. (The secret's in the super melty cheese and the slathering of bacon jam.)
The traditional Italian approach to pizza is one of restraint. We, uh, sort of took a few liberties. Okay. A lot of liberties.
A swift stovetop version of classic pommes Anna, these sliced spuds are swaddled in butter, garlic, and Julia Child's enthusiastic approval.
This is definitely not the roast chicken of our childhood. And with all due respect, we couldn't be happier about that.
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