A recipe from Jessica Seinfeld's “Vegan, at Times”:
This quick sesame-ginger salmon recipe uses the sauce for both glazing the salmon and tossing with the broccoli. Serve over rice noodles or brown rice tossed with sesame oil and scallions.
Funfetti treats are simply the happiest dessert you can whip up in your kitchen.
A pandemic paired with free time left this chef with a newfound respect for fresh, tart cranberries.
We’ve all learned more than we bargained for about how to celebrate the holidays during uncertain times. Last year, many of us cooked smaller …
From turkey and cranberry sauce straight to potato pancakes in one weekend. Not bad!
Thanksgiving leftovers are an easy meal to put on repeat, but the turkey gets drier and drier with each day. The key to salvaging it — other than sandwiches slathered with mayonnaise — is rehydrating it in a flavorful sauce that turns it into a completely different meal.
Including not one, but two, bacon-forward recipes that will stand out on this year’s dessert table.
We’ve all learned more than we bargained for about how to celebrate the holidays during uncertain times. Last year, many of us cooked smaller Thanksgiving feasts and celebrated by Zoom. This year, with the proper precautions, we might see more real-life gatherings, and plates full of most -- if not all -- of the trimmings.
This tart starts with a cheddar cheese crust that’s filled with roasted leeks, fennel and broccoli or Brussels sprouts.
Potato pancakes are the signature dish for Hanukkah because they are fried in oil, and dishes fried in oil represent the miracle of the holiday.
Grapes and sausages might seem like an unlikely match, but they’re proof that opposites attract.
The lacquered look of a glazed roasted chicken may be alluring, but it can be a trial to execute well. The sugar in glazes caramelizes in the oven, adding deep sweet-savory notes and intensifying browning. That is, unless the glaze drips off the football-shaped bird, as so many do, creating a sticky, scorched mess on your pan.