Best Penne Alla Vodka Recipe

Best Penne Alla Vodka Recipe

Penne alla vodka is a dish made from pasta (penne, unsurprisingly) and a sauce made from vodka, cream, crushed tomatoes, onions, and chilli. It’s often also made with an Italian ham like prosciutto or pancetta. Origin of Penne alla Vodka The origins of penne alla vodka are hotly debated. Some believe it’s a distinctly Italian–America […]

Grilled New York Strip Steak Recipe

Grilled New York Strip Steak Recipe

New York strip steak might not be quite the culinary icon of the Big Apple that pizza by the slice or bagels with a ‘just a schmear’ of cream cheese are, but you’d be hard pressed finding a New Yorker willing to part with theirs. It’s a New York restaurant staple and for good reason. Strip […]

Homemade Tacos Al Pastor Recipe

Homemade Tacos Al Pastor Recipe

The history of the taco is a fascinating and colourful one, as evidenced here. But perhaps one of the more curious styles – not to mention most delicious – is the taco al pastor. Tacos al pastor have their origins in Mexico’s Lebanese immigrant community. Those roots are obvious when you see al pastor being […]

Overhead view of red wine-braised turkey legs on a white plate next to a pot of gravy.

Scaled Down Thanksgiving Recipe Menu for COVID-19

[Photograph: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt] If there’s one word that’s rarely synonymous with Thanksgiving, it’s “small.” Just look at our guide to the holiday, and the endless parade of recipes and large roasts. This year, however, most of us will be experiencing the holiday on a much reduced scale due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. But […]

Seasonal April Recipe Round-Up - What to Cook this...

Seasonal April Recipe Round-Up – What to Cook this…

April brings us such wonderful fresh ingredients to cook with, from avocados and asparagus, to beets and broccoli. So why not make use of these wonderful, light spring-time flavours with these delicious recipes. Asparagus Lasagna An easy and surprisingly delicious alternative to the Italian favourite, and guaranteed to be a crowd-pleaser whatever the occasion.  Crispy Gnocchi and Asparagus […]

Florentine Omelette With Spinach and Cheese Recipe

Florentine Omelette With Spinach and Cheese Recipe

[Photograph: Daniel Gritzer] In the world of cooking, dishes labeled “Florentine” almost always feature spinach, so it’s no surprise that that’s the calling card of this classic omelette. To round out all those healthy green leaves is a generous amount of melted Gruyere or Swiss cheese, but don’t let the short ingredient list fool you: […]

Sourdough Starter Recipe

Sourdough Starter Recipe | Serious Eats

[Photographs: Tim Chin, unless otherwise noted] At the outset, the process of making your own sourdough starter can seem daunting, an inscrutable mix of microbial science and metaphysics. But if you understand the underlying concepts and follow the right steps, you will be rewarded with an active, well-developed starter that can raise bread. One thing […]

Chickpea Stew With Bacon and Broccoli Rabe Recipe

Chickpea Stew With Bacon and Broccoli Rabe Recipe

[Photograph: Daniel Gritzer] In true raid-the-pantry style, this rustic chickpea stew gets its layers of flavor from the kinds of ingredients we like to keep stocked in the cupboard, fridge, or freezer. It starts by sautéing smoky bacon—which we try to always stock in our freezer for moments like this—until its given up much of […]

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