This roast pork loin with apples and onions and its caramelized sweetness and fall-apart tenderness is your new favorite recipe.
"Simple." "Perfect." "The moistest chicken with the crispest skin we've ever had." That's what folks are saying about this easy peasy, crowd-pleasing, weeknight-friendly technique.
A ridiculously easy way to cook bacon for a crowd. No fuss. No standing at the stovetop. No spatters.
We find this lovely, albeit subtly flavored, little number to be one of the simpler pleasures in life. We think you'll concur.
Quick, easy, healthful, spectacular in terms of taste, and exactly what you need these last couple of Fridays before Easter.
One taste and you'll forget all about that butter and brown sugar trick your mom taught you long ago. Promise.
Surely you’ve heard of potatoes roasted in duck fat? Same basic principle—and unspeakable loveliness—applies here.
Toss together everything for dinner on a single sheet pan and shove it in the oven while you tend to other things that need to get done. You're welcome.
"Impressive." "Easy." "Yummy." "Brilliant." "No leftovers!" That's what folks are saying about this lovely little tart.
Whole Roasted Onions10/15
Plonk unpeeled onions on a baking sheet. Shove in oven. Come back later for achingly sweet, tender, mellow oniony goodness. Accept accolades. See how easy that was?
Pork Loin Roast11/15
Just like what your grandma would put on the table for Sunday night supper. (Don't you love how food instantly transports you across time and space?)
The intensity of the classic buffalo wing is tempered here, usurped by a deliciously, defiantly untraditional blend of beguiling spices.
An easy, no-fuss, one-sheet meal of seasoned, roasted pork chops, peach wedges, and red onion. Another reason to be grateful for the summer season.
Is there anything as sweetly satisfying as heirloom tomatoes eaten raw over the sink? Probably not. But when you tire of that, there's always this deeply satiating tactic.
Potato chip fiends, stop your scoffing. We double-dog dare you to make a batch and stop at just one.