Whether you're observing Passover or simply having a tricky time finding flour, these flour-less brownies will satisfy with their ever so slightly crumbly outside and splendiferously fudgy inside.
Like a chorus line of Rockettes, tender slices of brisket lean on each other in perfect symmetry and perfect doneness. Here's how to replicate this performance at home.
Beef. Lamb. Matzoh. We could go on and on and on listing things we loooooove to smother with this spirited sauce.
Sweet, moist, tender, can't-stop-at-just-one coconut macaroons that are reminiscent of what's found at the loveliest bakery in town.
After grilling up these lovely little lamb lollies, we finally understand why so many folks use "lamb chop" as a term of endearment.
Flan de Leche6/25
A creamy, milky, not egregiously sweet, altogether lovely argument for sticking with a classic—in this case, a Spanish classic.
Succulent. Crisp-skinned. Simple. If that's what you seek in a roast hen, your search stops with this ooh- and aah-inducing technique.
Sweet and tangy and fall-apart tender. That's what we think of this crowd-pleasing braised brisket that makes us go weak in the knees.
Pan Fried Fish9/25
Pan fried fish has never been as easy or as enticing as these perfectly cooked fillets with crisp skin. Easy and on the table in minutes.
Coca Cola Brisket10/25
This heartachingly tender brisket draws on just four ingredients, including a can of Coca Cola. Tasting is, truly, understanding.
If you go weak in the knees at the mere thought of crisp skin on a roast hen, your day just got a heck of a lot better.
No longer are you safe from temptation just because you summoned enough fortitude to skip the Nutella aisle at the store. Not safe at all.
Chewy and nutty and salty and subtly sweet and guaranteed to be a little more exotic than any other cookie you've ever had. Also gluten-free as well as dairy-free and egg-free and, yes, paleo-friendly.
What's chrain, you ask? It's a heck of a traditional condiment with a bite to it. And it's coming to a holiday table near you.
Passover Apple Cake15/25
This Passover classic is so memorable you may just find yourself making it all year round. Talk about a godsend.
Slather, schmear, and otherwise anoint all manner of things with this nifty flavored butter. Mmmm. Butter.
These little jewels are stuffed with ground meat, layered into a skillet, and seared. Then artichokes are simmered in a tart tomato sauce until tender. Restraint, please.
A savvy, sophisticated, eat-your-veggies strategy that works its stealthy charms on kids and adults alike. You're welcome.
Thanks to these 100+ inspired ideas for making matzoh more enticing, perhaps this year Passover won't seem quite long enough.
Spanish Orange Flan20/25
Made from just three ingredients, this classic flan is ridiculously easy to toss together. A tangy, rich, creamy coda to a luxe dinner or a simple brunch.
Whoever first thought to beat sugar and egg whites into pillowy peaks has our gratitude. So does author Annie Rigg for thinking to swirl in cocoa and cinnamon.
If you're looking for a stunning last course that's spectacular and makes quite a statement, this pavlova is just the thing. Here's how to make it.
Boozy bananas are lavished with a cheater's caramel sauce made with butter, brandy, and brown sugar in this outrageously simple riff on a Southern classic. No flames required.
Boozy prunes. So damn good that in Gascony, you’re not invited over for coffee, you’re invited over for these little lovelies.
This lofty cake is so crammed full of chocolate and butter and air, there's no room for flour--although we made sure to leave space for ample swoops of softly whipped cream.