Half French dressing, half ranch equals Franch. Respect the chemistry.
Homemade Chick-Fil-A Sandwiches
Politics aside, this is one mighty fine fried chicken sandwich.
BLT Sandwiches with Candied Bacon, Lettuce, and Tomato Jam
The classic sandwich gets dressed up with some twists a few key ingredients.
Roasted Bone Marrow with Shallot and Currant Confit
Bone marrow is such a stand-out ingredient. You can't just throw it on a plate, and pretend like it's any old cut. Here's our take.
Colombian-style Beans and Rice
It's a ridiculously hearty meal eaten for lunch and meant to fuel the hard working mountain folks through the afternoon.
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Stir-Fried Rice Noodles with Eggs and Greens
Rice noodles taste, and cook, a lot like regular old rice; for best results, cook them in a hearty stir fry like this one.
Shrimp and Chorizo Lazy Paella
Paella is usually a meal for a crowd, but it doesn't have to be. Follow our recipe to make a warm, satisfying paella in fifteen minutes with ingredients that you might already have around the house.
Tender Lamb Brochettes with Thyme and Haricots Verts
This dish is our take on the this summer's Parisian plat du jour. It's simple -- tender lamb in a thyme jus with a side of French green beans -- and balances fresh flavors with satisfying heft like many of the best French dishes do.
Sometimes the whole process of kneading, rising, shaping, rising, baking doesn't fit neatly into the hours before we're going out. What's a baker to do? Make an overnight recipe, of course.
To many of us, the idea of serving any vegetable mushy conjures up images of sad canned string beans and overcooked carrots. Mushy peas are miles away from both of those dishes.
Chopped Greek Salad with Fresh Herbs
Authentic Greek salads don't include lettuce--just chopped fresh vegetables, herbs, feta cheese, lemon juice and olive oil. Add chopped grilled chicken to make it a meal.
Grilled Jalapeño Potato Salad
Our jalapeño potato salad is a spicy, tangy twist on a summer side dish that you already know well. Scoop it up and serve it alongside burgers or steaks.
Wellesley Fudge Cake
Wellesley Fudge cake is a deeply decadent chocolate cake topped with a slab of fudge frosting that might be a little fussy to make but is ultimately worth the effort.
Grilled Pineapple with Coconut-Condensed Milk-Butter Sauce
This dessert/snack is very simple. The key is to use an under-ripe pineapple so that it's not so soft that it falls apart on the grill.
Chocolate-Stout Upside-Down Pineapple Cake
A boozy, rich, chocolate stout-flavored pineapple upside-down cake.
These picnic-ready bars are like an extra thick shortbread cookie topped with toasted almonds and chunky, sweet blackberry preserves.
Mexican Chocolate Flan
A slice of cool creamy custard is a satisfying but not-too-heavy ending to any meal.
Peach and Ginger Crisp Pie
Fresh summer peaches with candied ginger under a crisp brown sugar crumb topping.
Old Fashioned Peach Cobbler (A.K.A. Peach Puzzle)
We adapted an old recipe for peach cobbler that features biscuits below, rather than over, the fruit, and a ramekin of delicious peach syrup.
The tart plum isn't as common a guest at dessert as the peach, raspberry, or apple, but its bite is used to great effect in this sorbet, which is good alone but a "born-ready" addition to cake and pastry.
Fig Phyllo Breakfast Stacks
These breakfast stacks are inspired by the classic Greek combination of figs, yogurt, and honey, and they're a great choice for summer brunch.
The delicate flavor of peaches is complemented by apple cider vinegar in this tangy shrub syrup.
DIY Root Beer
The best thing about DIY soda? It's totally customizable. Like your root beer sweet? Spicy? Rich and earthy? Tweak the ingredients in our recipe to make it so.