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If I’m Bringing Dessert, It’s Always This Cajeta Brownie Tart

This brownie tart swirled with cream cheese and cajeta is easy, shareable, and just the right balance of sweet and tangy.

Wake Up Your Next Negroni With a Coffee Ice Cube

Kick off your night with this easy, bracing cocktail.

Italian Rainbow Cookies Go Big in This Sliceable Loaf

The bakery classic was just waiting to be turned into a shareable, snackable cake.

Quick & Easy Recipes

Homemade Turkey Stock

The best part of this rich, savory turkey stock? You don’t need a leftover turkey to make it.

Baked Turkey Wings

These crispy, juicy baked turkey wings are served with a quick, savory blender sauce for dipping.

Creamy Mushroom Lasagna

This creamy mushroom lasagna recipe keeps things relatively simple so the mushrooms can truly shine.

Twice-Baked Potatoes

No one—and we mean no one—can resist crispy potato jackets stuffed with velvety mashed potatoes.

One-Pot Pumpkin Mac and Cheese

Cook your pasta, build your sauce, and bake your mac all in one pot.

Instant Pot Mashed Potatoes

Silky mashed potatoes in an Instant? It can be done.

Maple-Roasted Delicata Squash

A perfect combination of sweet, salty, crispy, and tender, this maple-roasted delicata squash will have everyone reaching for seconds.

Simple Roast Chicken

Chef Thomas Keller’s food is known for fine dining finesse, but his recipe for simple roast chicken is about as easy as it gets.

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Dessert Recipes

Cajeta Cream Cheese Brownie Tart

These brownies are swirled with cajeta, which is made from goat’s milk and a cousin to dulce de leche—it’s sticky, luscious, and sweet.

Melon Parfait

The most important part of this melon parfait is the melon jelly made from Piel de Sapo—an intensely fragrant melon—but you can use a similar green or orange melon instead.

Boston Cream Pie

An American institution draped in bittersweet chocolate, the Boston cream pie is a cake with a curious name.

Chocolate Pudding Pie

With a creamy chocolate filling and big swooshes of homemade whipped cream, this classic recipe is welcome at any party.

What to Drink

Vegetarian Recipes

Green Bean Casserole With Crispy Fried Onions

This remix of an American classic is creamy and ribboned with fresh vegetables, but the real star is the paprika-scented fried onions.

Vegan Bánh Mì

This vegan bánh mì is layered with marinated tofu and seitan flavored with char siu seasoning mix, plus a bean-based vegan pâté.

Chili Jam

This Vietnamese chili jam is sweet and slightly spicy, and it is especially delicious with noodle dishes.

Vegan Pho

A rich vegetable broth, slightly sweetened with fruit, is the base of this comforting vegan pho.

Espresso Martini

Pass on the trendy downtown bar and have a perfectly balanced espresso martini at home.

Mai Tai

Among the most famous of the cocktails to emerge from the “tiki” movement of the 1930s and ’40s, the mai tai was also one of the most argued over.

White Lady

You can probably make the classic White Lady cocktail right now with ingredients already on your bar cart.


The Martinez is a classic cocktail made with sweet vermouth stirred with gin, maraschino, and bitters.


The boulevardier is a classic whiskey cocktail that requires just three ingredients.

Baked Pasta Primavera

This baked primavera pasta is a celebration of all the best spring produce, with a sauce of white wine, fresh mint, and lemon that lets the veggies be the star.

Mincemeat Pie

There’s no meat in this pie, just rich spices, sweet fruit, and centuries of history, all wrapped up in a buttery crust.

Coffee Negroni

Coffee (frozen in ice cube form) mingles with the expressive gin and plays gracefully with the orange garnish, the classic finishing flourish to a traditional negroni.


The magic of katsudon happens when the egg and dashi combine to form a loose custard on the bottom, but the egg yolk on the top remains bright orange and jammy.


When the pork is sweet and juicy and the panko is fluffy and crisp, tonkatsu is a real treat.

Blender Mac and Cheese

What could we possibly add to the pantheon of mac and cheese knowledge that’s been built and tested within an inch of its life? How about a blender?

Funeral Potatoes

Recognizable by the creamy, cheesy bites filled with mouthfuls of crunchy cornflakes, funeral potatoes or Texas potatoes are a beloved hash brown casserole.

Bean Pie

This bean pie, which relies largely on pantry ingredients, has a lovely custard filling consisting of drained canned navy beans that are processed until smooth.

Crispy Potato Skins With Fried Herb Aioli

Potatoes and aioli are a match made in heaven, but fried herbs, capers, and cornichons take these crispy potato skins to the next level.

The Only Meatloaf That Matters

This meatloaf skips the classic ketchup and onion and instead gets its flavor from Italian sausage, grated garlic, Parmesan, and mozzarella.