Gallery: This Week in Recipes

Zucchini Carpaccio Salad with Parmesan, Basil, and Walnuts
Zucchini Carpaccio Salad with Parmesan, Basil, and Walnuts
Raw zucchini is beautiful and tasty when sliced carpaccio-thin and topped with olive oil, fresh lemon, Parmesan, walnuts and basil leaves. Try it as a starter, side dish, or even as a light lunch. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: Carrie Vasios]

Irish Stout Granita with Raw Oysters
Irish Stout Granita with Raw Oysters
A cold pint of stout and a plate of freshly shucked oysters may seem like an odd coupling at first. But because the waters around England and Ireland were once brimming with oysters, the beer and bivalve pairing became just as natural (though less well-known) as corned beef and cabbage, fish and chips, or Will and Kate. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: Marvin Gapultos]

Real-Deal Tortilla Soup
Real-Deal Tortilla Soup
This is not the jarred-salsa-watered-down-with-chicken-broth version of Tortilla. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt]

Mediterranean Chopped Salad with Tomatoes, Peppers, Feta, and Basil
Mediterranean Chopped Salad with Tomatoes, Peppers, Feta, and Basil
Here's a simple Mediterranean chopped salad that showcases the flavor of ripe summer produce. A little trick on salting salad vegetables too so you don't end up with a soupy mess at the bottom of your salad bowl. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt]

Peruvian Style Grilled Chicken With Green Sauce
Peruvian Style Grilled Chicken With Green Sauce
Once you've perfected the basic grilled chicken recipe, the jump to a perfect Peruvian-style grilled chicken is pretty simple. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt]

The Best Barbecue Chicken
The Best Barbecue Chicken
The key is to start with a very large bird. You want a bird big enough that it can sit in the smoky environment of the closed grill for a good chunk of time to absorb flavor. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt]

Zucchini Ribbon Pasta with Fried Egg and Pecorino
Zucchini Ribbon Pasta with Fried Egg and Pecorino
Placing eggs atop a light base like raw zucchini or any type of summer squash is a great, lighter alternative to regular pasta, especially this time of year, as summer squash are abundant. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: Maryse Chevriere]

Cemitas de Lengua (Mexican Tongue Sandwiches)
Cemitas de Lengua (Mexican Tongue Sandwiches)
A cemita is a class of Mexican sandwich with meat, avocado, white cheese, onions and some sort of red sauce, usually on a sesame seed roll. Put chunks of crispy browned tongue in between those slabs of avocado and cheese, and there may not be a better bite of food out there. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: Chichi Wang]

Grilled Cornish Hens with Lemon and Rosemary
Grilled Cornish Hens with Lemon and Rosemary
Young chickens—and Cornish hens are simply chickens under one month of age—have extremely tender, juicy meat. They're like the veal or suckling pigs of the farmyard avian world. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt]

Grilled Cheese Curd Panzanella
Grilled Cheese Curd Panzanella
The Italian classic needs nothing more than some stale bread, a few pantry staples, and a load of tomatoes to make an incredible dish. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: Nick Kindelsperger]

Brined, Grilled Pork Chops with Tarragon-Grape Salad
Brined, Grilled Pork Chops with Tarragon-Grape Salad
The results are juicy and fresh, provided you don't overcook the meat. And with the simple grill tips in this recipe, that shouldn't be a problem. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: Jennifer Olvera]

Fig and Goat Cheese Tarts
Fig and Goat Cheese Tarts
There are times when what you're looking for is an elegant brunch, and you want it right now. These simple fig and goat cheese tarts are just that—simple and elegant—and can hit the table in under half an hour. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: Sydney Oland]

Vermicelli in Chili Oil, Soy Sauce, and Vinegar
Vermicelli in Chili Oil, Soy Sauce, and Vinegar
Mung bean or super chewy sweet potato vermicelli noodles in a simple but delicious sauce. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: Chichi Wang]

Spicy Curry Chicken Salad Sandwiches
Spicy Curry Chicken Salad Sandwiches
This chicken salad is easy to make, but has an interesting combination of herbs that make it stand out. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: María del Mar Sacasa]

Seared Cod with Peas, Pancetta, and Wilted Lettuce
Seared Cod with Peas, Pancetta, and Wilted Lettuce
A crispy, flaky piece of cod sits on a mountain of French-style peas, cooked with pancetta, parsley, crème fraîche, and lettuce. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: Kerry Saretsky]

Aperol Fizz
Aperol Fizz
The Aperol Spritz is popular for a few reasons. The combination of bittersweet Aperol and prosecco, lightened with soda water, is just the thing to quench the thirst and wet the appetite. Here's an updated recipe, frothed up with seltzer and egg white. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: Wes Rowe]

Chorizo Crusted Cod and Beans with Arugula Pesto
Chorizo Crusted Cod and Beans with Arugula Pesto
This recipe is the perfect example of how a few killer ingredients can make a gorgeous, effortless dish. The concept is simple: use chorizo, so full of garlic and paprika and its own natural drippings, to flavor the rest of the dish. Cut slices of dried, brilliantly red Spanish chorizo and layer them on top of a piece of cod. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: Kerry Saretsky]

Bacon Jam
Bacon Jam
This is one complex condiment, with the salty and smoky bacon having a candied flavor from the sugar and syrup. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: Joshua Bousel]

Beyond Curry: Beet Foogath (Beet Coconut Stir-fry)
Beyond Curry: Beet Foogath (Beet Coconut Stir-fry)
Beetroot Foogath is a non-fussy, quick way to bring out the flavor of the vegetable and rustle up a quick warm salad if you'd like to eat it that way. The coconut adds a wonderful texture and the green chillis a mild bite. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: Prasanna Sankhe]

Chinese-style Steamed Eggplant with Soy Sauce and Sesame Oil
Chinese-style Steamed Eggplant with Soy Sauce and Sesame Oil
Steam your eggplant to get a juicy and tender eggplant flesh, so sweet and naturally good. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: Chichi Wang]

Kyle Bailey's Couscous from Scratch
Kyle Bailey's Couscous from Scratch
Because the process of making couscous from scratch is relatively labor intensive, you're not likely to see it done that often. But Bailey goes through the process of steaming the semolina, which requires some patience, but the results are pretty awesome. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: Brian Oh]

Strawberry Galette
Strawberry Galette
Galettes are the scrappy, easygoing cousins of pie. Lacking carefully crimped edges and slitted tops, they are all about rustic elegance, ease for the baker, and a perfectly flaky crust. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: Lauren Weisenthal]

Lemon-Almond Cake with Macerated Strawberries
Lemon-Almond Cake with Macerated Strawberries
No one wants to bake when it's hot out. Thankfully, this lemon-almond cake from The Seasonal Baker: Easy Recipes From My Home Kitchen To Make Year-Round can be made days ahead of time; its use of oil instead of butter gives it a longer shelf life.Get the recipe »

[[Photograph: soft cake with olive oil on shutterstock]]

Chocolate Blancmange
Chocolate Blancmange
To put it simply, blancmange is a pudding with a fancy name and a restaurant-worthy plated dessert presentation. Due to its lighter and more delicate texture than most standard egg-laden puddings, it makes for a terrific summertime dessert. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: Yvonne Ruperti]

Rosemary Pine Nut Sables
Rosemary Pine Nut Sables
These butter sables are accented with rosemary and pine nuts. They're an interesting mix between sweet and savory, and just perfect with a cup of tea. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: Carrie Vasios]

Yellow Squash Cupcakes with Chocolate Frosting
Yellow Squash Cupcakes with Chocolate Frosting
An extra moist yellow cupcake made with summer squash and frosted with a chocolate cream cheese frosting. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: Maria Del Mar Sacasa]

Blueberry Marble Coffee Cake
Blueberry Marble Coffee Cake
This extra moist vanilla coffee cake gets a pretty purple swirl from blueberries. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: Carrie Vasios]

Buttermilk Panna Cotta with Raspberries
Buttermilk Panna Cotta with Raspberries
This panna cotta recipe is simple; buttermilk and vanilla paste combine to provide an elegant tang. Placed atop orange zest-flavored sugar cookies, the crumbly-smooth contrast can't be beat. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: Ben Fink]

Coffee-Coconut Agar Dessert
Coffee-Coconut Agar Dessert
Agar, derived from algae, works in a similar manner as gelatin, but results in jelly desserts with less a flexible and more brittle texture than JELL-O. And that's the texture that is sought after in this dessert. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: Leela Punyaratabandhu]

Plum-Blackberry Cobbler
Plum-Blackberry Cobbler
Plums are cooked with brown sugar and butter until soft, then blackberries are added to round out the purple fruit flavor. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: Maria del Mar Sacasa]

Grape-Nuts Cookies
Grape-Nuts Cookies
If you love that whole grain malt flavor of Grape-Nuts, these cookies are for you. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: Pam Parrella]

Milk Tea Sherbet
Milk Tea Sherbet
This has more fat than your typical sherbet, but half and half adds welcome richness and milky flavor that tastes just like a cup of milk tea. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: Max Falkowitz]

Oat Crisps with Blueberries, Peaches and Crème Fraîche
Oat Crisps with Blueberries, Peaches and Crème Fraîche
This recipe is just incredibly simple—perfect when you want something delicious but don't want to spend too much time in the kitchen. Get the recipe »

[Photograph: Sheri Giblin]