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Recipe: Sheet Pan Roasted Garlic Turkey Breast
A simple Thanksgiving dinner for anyone who loves sheet pan suppers.
Nov 14, 2019
Recipe: Citrus-Herb Roast Turkey
A citrus and fresh herb compound butter flavors this easy roast turkey and also turns the tasty drippings into gravy.
Nov 14, 2019
Recipe: Warm Bulgur and Lentil Salad with Roasted Shrimp
When it’s cold outside, my body craves warm foods — even if it probably needs a good dose of raw, crunchy vegetables instead. Warm lentil salads are always just the ticket when I want something satisfying yet light. Topped with some easy roasted shrimp, you now have a complete dinner that’s good any time of the year. I wanted to bulk up my lentil salad with some grains, and bulgur is one that adds a nice chew to contrast with the earthy, creamy lentils.
Nov 8, 2019
Recipe: Broccoli and Kale Caesar Salad
A hearty vegan Caesar salad for veggie lovers.
Nov 7, 2019
I Tried Alton Brown’s Famous Thanksgiving Turkey and Brine
It's touted as Alton's Brown's most popular recipe ever. But is it his best?
Oct 15, 2019
I Tried Pioneer Woman’s Roasted Thanksgiving Turkey and Brine
I made her famous roasted turkey and brine for the first time — and it didn't exactly go as planned.
Oct 15, 2019
These Indian-Ish Baked Potatoes Are the Best Appetizer You Haven't Made
Cookbook Club
Filled with chiles, chaat masala, onions, and ginger.
Oct 7, 2019
5 Ridiculously Easy Roasted Squash Recipes for Busy Fall Weeknights
Snapshot Cooking
When you're in need of a last-minute side, these easy delicata squash recipes are here for you.
Oct 5, 2019
Maple Bacon Roasted Squash Is the Ultimate Sweater Weather Side
Put this 3-ingredient recipe on repeat.
Oct 2, 2019
3-Ingredient Trader Joe’s Dinner: Sheet Pan Pork Loin with Herb Potatoes and Vegetables
Trader Joe's garlicky compound butter is a brilliant shortcut for instant flavor.
Sep 16, 2019
Lemon Garlic Butter Is the Fast & Easy Way to Dress Up Roasted Potatoes
Roasted potatoes are pretty great, but these garlic butter roasted potatoes are even better.
Sep 12, 2019
This Chicken, Rice, and Veggie Bowl Makes Dinner a Breeze
A no-stress, choose-your-own-adventure
Aug 21, 2019
How To Roast and Freeze Green Chiles
I’m visiting family in Texas this summer, and I did a triple-take upon seeing the price of green Hatch chiles from neighboring New Mexico: three pounds for a mere dollar! There are only so many chile peppers one can eat in a sitting, but that didn’t stop me from buying them in bulk and roasting them to put up in my family’s freezer.
Jul 8, 2019
Recipe: 5-Ingredient Whole30 Sheet Pan Chicken
Whole30 or not, this flavor-packed dinner deserves a regular spot in your meal plan.
Jun 9, 2019
Recipe: Roasted Cauliflower Tacos
What these veggie tacos lack in meat, they make up for in big, bold flavors. Bite after bite your tastebuds are treated to a medley of textures and tastes that hit all the high points you expect. From the lightly charred and spiced cauliflower florets to the crispy, tangy pickled cabbage, to the cool avocado-yogurt crema, this is how to tackle Taco Tuesday, veggie-style.
Jun 9, 2019
5 Chicken and Winter Greens Dinners
Winter has finally made its chilly appearance where I live in California. I’m sure glad to see the much-needed rainy days, as it also gives me an excuse to hunker down and wrap a big sweater around myself to keep warm. This weather also makes me want to cook comforting food, so this week’s theme of chicken and winter greens dinners fits the bill perfectly. Can I say how much I love winter greens?
Jun 9, 2019
Recipe: Bacon-Brown Sugar Pork Tenderloin
Pork on pork can never be a bad thing.
Jun 9, 2019
Recipe: Garlicky Roasted Broccoli
The question, “What are we having for dinner?” is quite often followed closely by, “What are we having with dinner?” Roasted vegetables are one of our favorite answers to the question of the quick weeknight side dish, and my latest pick for roasted goodness is broccoli. This recipe takes just a few minutes to throw into the oven and it emerges toasty around the edges and garlicky and a little spicy, if you like. I have strong feelings about cooked broccoli.
Jun 8, 2019
Easy Party Dessert Recipe: Roasted Strawberry Goat Cheese Squares
I love having a dessert recipe in my backpocket that’s simpler to make than it looks. These are the ones you break out for get-togethers, the ones that people think you spent all afternoon on and you really spent no more than 15 minutes of active time. This is one such dessert. Usually my go-to party dessert are my brownies. They’re super simple, decadent, and when sprinkled with a little powder sugar, they seem far fancier than the effort they require.
Jun 5, 2019
3 Steps for Making Fresh Homemade Pumpkin Purée from Scratch
Try it once to see how you like it!
Jun 4, 2019
Recipe: Huevos Rancheros Tacos
In our house, eggs save dinner at least once a week. And in case you haven’t tried it, serving breakfast for dinner is an almost guaranteed way to delight the kids at the end of the day. These huevos rancheros tacos, filled with black beans, scrambled eggs, and quickly roasted red peppers, are a delicious vegetarian way to change up taco night for the whole family.
May 30, 2019
Recipe: Sheet Pan Potato Nachos
“Nachos!” That’s pretty much the best answer you can give to your kids’ favorite question about what’s for dinner. And when you make them on potatoes and top them with a mix of flavorful toppings like beans, greens, and cheese, parents will be happy too. The beauty of these potato nachos is that you can add as many or as few toppings as you (or, let’s be honest, the kids) like.
May 30, 2019
Pantry Staples: Trader Joe’s Organic Coconut Oil
You guys know that Trader Joe’s is now carrying coconut oil, right? Because that’s kind of the most awesome news ever. I may or may not have jumped with glee when I saw it on store shelves last week.Coconut oil blasted on the food scene last year, helped along by articles like Melissa Clark’s in the New York Times. The oil is solid and semi-soft at room temperature and can be used for sautéing, roasting, and even baking.
May 30, 2019
The iDevices Kitchen Thermometer Will Ping You When Dinner Is Ready
Product: iDevices Kitchen Thermometer Price: $68 Overall Impression: A fun gift for your favorite gadget-loving cook, this thermometer lets you leave the kitchen while dinner cooks to perfection. When it comes to high-tech kitchen tools, I’m a big fan of ones that help me get dinner on the table faster and more easily. Bonus points if they get my husband interested in helping with the cooking.
May 30, 2019
11 Balanced Sheet Pan Dinner Ideas You’ll Love
Sheet pan dinners are just about the most brilliant weeknight solution around. Toss a bunch of ingredients on one pan, roast everything together, and in no time you have a complete meal that doesn’t require hours to clean up. It’s even better if the sheet pan dinner is wholesome. These 11 recipes are just that — they’re full of colorful vegetables, lean protein, and whole grains to ensure you’re treating yourself well after a long day.
May 29, 2019
Our 10 Most Popular Roasted Vegetable Recipes
Few sides are cozier than roasted vegetables. This high-temperature oven cooking method condenses sweetness in whole vegetables and caramelizes chopped or halved produce. While you can roast any time of year, we think October to March is prime roasting time because you won’t overheat your kitchen to make these delicious vegetables, well, more delicious. Here are 10 of our most popular roasted vegetable recipes.
May 29, 2019
Recipe: 20-Minute Sheet Pan Chicken and Veggies
It happens to be the fastest, too.
May 29, 2019
Recipe: Peanut Butter Banana Breakfast Pops
These breakfast pops are sure to cool you down during these sticky summer mornings.
May 28, 2019
Recipe: Skillet Eggplant Parm
Skip the frying, lose the fuss, and you've got a winning weeknight meal.
May 28, 2019
Transform a Bag of Frozen Shrimp into Sizzling Fajitas in Just 15 Minutes
You'll wonder why you've never done this before.
May 17, 2019
This Sheet Pan Stir-Fry Is the Tastiest, Easiest Way to Cook Tofu Tonight
This vegetarian stir-fry meets sheet pan is bound to be a new weeknight favorite.
May 17, 2019
Recipe: Roasted Butternut Squash Purée with Goat Cheese
Right now we’re all about fall foods, like crisp apples and orange pumpkins with warm spices. And this butternut squash purée fits right in. Combined with sage and goat cheese, it has a sweet, earthy flavor and a silky-smooth texture. Put the squash in to roast while you’re making a salad and baking some chicken. It takes just a moment to scoop out and purée.
May 3, 2019
Recipe: Stuffed Chicken Breasts with Grapes, Hazelnuts, and Parmesan
I love stuffing chicken breasts. I’ve given you my recipe for roasted chicken breasts stuffed with goat cheese and fresh garlic, one of my favorites, and I consider this one a fall-inspired version. The technique is easy, with a big wow payoff, and I love the combination of a simple, buttery skin with a complex filling. The sweet, salty, nutty mess that spreads out over your plate as you eat is pure perfection.
May 3, 2019
Recipe: Butternut Squash and Parmesan Dip
Really, this could easily be a side dish as well as a dip. It’s a simple preparation of twice-baked butternut squash — roasted until it’s buttery soft and scoopable, then blended with milk and plenty of nutty Parmesan and baked with a cheesy crust on top. In fact, we’ve served it both ways. The first time we made it, we ate it as a dip with pita chips and friends. Later that night we warmed up the leftovers, alongside some roasted vegetables, for a late-working husband.
May 3, 2019
Recipe: Roasted Cabbage with Bacon
I have cooked cabbage in many different ways. I’ve chopped, shredded, steamed, boiled, and stir-fried it, but until relatively recently, I had never roasted it. But once I tried I couldn’t believe I waited so long! Roasted cabbage wedges are one of the easiest, most delicious ways to eat a hunk of vegetables for dinner, and the bacon just helps it along.
May 2, 2019
Recipe: Southwestern-Spiced Pork Tenderloin
This is one of my absolute favorite “make it once, eat it all week” recipes. Dinner is tender, spice-rubbed pork medallions with some quick-sautéed veggies on the side, and the leftovers become pork sandwiches all week long. And not just any pork sandwiches, but the best pork sandwiches — this thinly sliced pork is light-years beyond anything you’ll find at the deli counter. Need any more convincing?
May 2, 2019
Recipe: Sausage Pizza with Crispy Kale Chips
I love making pizza dough, and it’s not nearly as hard as you think. But lately I’ve been using store-bought dough, and to be honest, it’s pretty hard to beat. In fact, this pizza is so good (and green! Look at all that kale!) that I haven’t ordered a pie in two months. And I live in New York, people. Store-bought dough qualifies this pizza as a six-ingredient recipe, although you’d only need eight to make your own dough from scratch.
May 2, 2019
Recipe: Poached Rhubarb Royale
As rhubarb makes its sweet, tart, hot pink, and sassy way into our farmers market baskets, here’s one easy recipe to transform the odd vegetable into a silky compote. I dare you not to put a blob of this delightful mess all over everything! My mouth is still puckered from eating so much of this glorious dish. Rhubarb is one of my favorite seasonal ingredients.
May 2, 2019
Slow-Roasted Pork with Glazed Orange Slices
How to Eat SupperIn this follow-up book, Lynne Rossetto Kasper and Sally Swift tackle the other end of the cooking spectrum. They say, Slow down! It’s the weekend! Let’s cook something really delicious. And here’s how to do it.I really can’t say enough good things about this cookbook. In the same way that listening to an episode of The Splendid Table feels like sitting down to a cup of tea with Lynne Rossetto Kasper, so does this book.
May 2, 2019
Recipe: Roasted Broccoli & Cheddar Soup
It might not be the prettiest, but this puréed soup more than makes up for its homely appearance with the deep flavors of roasted broccoli and extra-sharp cheddar cheese, and a creamy yet cream-free texture. Best of all, it all comes together in about 30 minutes, making it a quick and easy weeknight dinner option. This soup was born on a hungry weeknight, when I was looking for a meal made with ingredients I almost always keep on hand.
May 2, 2019
Recipe: Sweet Potato Hash with Sausage & Eggs
I have told you that brunch is my favorite meal of the day, and winter is perhaps the high point for brunch. But while I am looking forward to these sleepy morning meals, I have to admit that many brunch recipes are too sweet for me. If this sweet monkey bread with a gooey glaze showed up it certainly wouldn’t go to waste, but I would need something else too, something to nourish and satisfy. I need something savory to start the day off right.
May 2, 2019
Slice it Thick: A New Way to Cook Cauliflower Bon Appétit
One of the first steps in any recipe involving cauliflower is almost always “cut into bite-sized florets.” It’s what we do when we want to toss it with pasta, sausage, and breadcrumbs or bake it with broccoli and cheese. Florets, florets, florets. But what about cutting thick, hearty slices and sautéing them like a chicken breast? Or a filet?Bon Appétit has a great recipe in its January issue that does just that—and what a simple, healthy, beautiful dish it is.
May 2, 2019
Recipe: Spaghetti Squash with Asparagus, Ricotta, Lemon, and Thyme
Never has it tasted so good to be straddled between winter and spring until now. Fresh stalks of asparagus mingle with a healthy dose of lemon and thyme to hint at spring’s arrival, while this vegetarian supper is anchored with a favorite winter staple. Inspired by Emily’s recipe for spaghetti squash with ricotta, sage, and pine nuts, I wanted a version that embraced the freshness of the season, while also being filling enough to serve as a meal.
May 2, 2019
Easy, Colorful Appetizer Recipe: Creamy Beet & Tahini Dip
We have a great Middle Eastern grocery a few miles north of our house in Seattle, and given that my boyfriend Sam is Lebanese, we visit often to stock up on chickpeas, good feta and tahini — the latter being the one non-negotiable; we’re always stocked with tahini. And this recipe was born, really, from a few leftover beets and a love of tahini. That’s all you need.
May 2, 2019
Recipe: Cauliflower Steaks with Ginger, Turmeric, and Cumin
The humble cauliflower might not seem like the most exciting vegetable, but cut one into thick slabs and roast it with spices, and you can transform it into quite the fine dish. Rich with the colors and flavors of turmeric, ginger, cumin, and cilantro, these cauliflower “steaks” feel fancy enough for a dinner party, yet they’re simple enough for an everyday supper as well. Roasting cauliflower turns it into something magical — nutty, sweet, and not boring at all.
May 2, 2019
Recipe: Roasted Onions Stuffed with Wild Rice and Kale
Although it forms the foundation of so many meals, the humble onion rarely gets showcased front and center. The first time I cooked a whole, stuffed onion, I was a bit apprehensive; would it be too pungent, too odiferous, too much? In fact, it was succulent and sweet and made the perfect vessel for stuffing. I instantly imagined serving roasted stuffed onions at Thanksgiving or any cozy fall dinner.
May 2, 2019
Recipe: Roasted Scallion & Snap Pea Spring Rolls with Tahini Sauce
People close to me know I have a small soapbox I keep (figuratively) tucked away for times when I hear someone say, “Oh, I’ve wanted to make that recipe but it looks hard.” I then launch into a five minute diatribe on why it’s not and how to tackle it, with enough enthusiasm to convince that person it’s actually quite easy. Spring rolls are one such “hard” item I’ve convinced numerous people to make — and enjoy!
May 2, 2019
Recipe: Grilled Okra with Spicy Chipotle Dipping Sauce
This recipe is about trust. Because I know okra can be a tough sell. I get it. And I’m not going to tell you that these grilled okra spears taste like French fries or anything else — they taste like okra. Which I happen to love. I love their earthy and undeniably green flavor. I love the charred bits that get crispy on the grill (which are, admittedly, rather fry-like). I love the way the seeds pop between my teeth. This is the recipe that made fall in love with okra.
May 2, 2019
Cooking Okra Without the Slime
Okra is one of South Carolina’s greatest crops, but I hear you. It’s slimy. Even the most adventuresome eaters can have a few texture issues, and okra is guilty of having one heck of a gross texture. Though I like it just about any way — stewed with tomatoes, in gumbo, breaded and fried — I get it. I want my children to love it, if only because it’s cheap and plentiful in the summer. The way I make it? They eat it like french fries. What’s my secret?
May 2, 2019
Cooking School Day 17: Roast
Today’s Topic: Roasting The Goal: 20 lessons, 20 days to become a better cook at home Enter to win The Kitchn Cookbook: Simply share and tag photos of your Kitchn Cooking School progress on Instagram and Twitter with #kitchnschool to enter for a chance to win. We’re giving away one copy for every homework assignment during The Kitchn’s Cooking School. See rules and regulations.
May 1, 2019
Recipe: Roasted Green Beans with Harissa
Each and every time I make green beans, I’m transported back to childhood. Nights that we had greens beans were always one of my favorites since it meant I got to help prepare dinner. I stood at the counter snapping the ends off of every bean, one at a time (while also sneaking one into my mouth every so often). It was a small job, yet it always felt like an important one.
May 1, 2019
The Surprising Monday Night Dinner
What do you usually cook for dinner on a Monday? If you’d asked me a few weeks ago I’m sure I might have replied, “Oh nothing special. Maybe leftovers from the weekend or an easy pasta.” This week though, I went full out Saturday night dinner on a Monday night — I roasted a chicken. If there’s one universal truth in the world, it’s maybe that Mondays are a drag no matter where you come from. It’s true, as evidenced by my kitchen behavior alone.
May 1, 2019
Recipe: Hasselback Sweet Potatoes
I am not a holiday food purist. When my family switched our eating habits, we carried our love of vegetables and whole grains into the holidays as well. At first, the other members of my extended family were hesitant, but after a few years, they realized that while the food was heavily loaded with vegetables, it was still delicious. These simple sweet potatoes would easily grace our table during the holidays. Now, however, these potatoes are a treat only for me.
May 1, 2019
Recipe: Roasted Rutabaga with Brown Butter
I’ve not been shy in writing about my love for the humble rutabaga. Sweeter than turnips, easier to peel than butternut squash, and with half the calories of potatoes (if you note such details), rutabaga is a vegetable in heavy rotation in my kitchen. But what do you do with a rutabaga, you ask. So many things, but let’s stay simple today: Roast it with a gilding of brown butter.
May 1, 2019
Recipe: Chicken and Potatoes Sheet-Pan Supper
Sheet-pan suppers are one of my favorite no-fuss ways to get dinner on the table. Most of the cooking time is unattended, so you’re free to leave your kitchen post while your dinner is doing its thing in the oven. Pour yourself a glass of wine, kick back, and relax as the oven does all the work — rendering your chicken skin crispy and turning your potatoes golden-brown. This meal is not only super simple to put together, but it’s also very easy to customize to your liking.
May 1, 2019
Recipe: Gnocchi Skillet with Sweet Potatoes, Greens & Goat Cheese
Put your cast iron skillet to work tonight — make this quick dinner, with its hearty mix of soft gnocchi, roasted sweet potatoes, earthy kale, and goat cheese. Late in winter, it’s easy to fall into a midweek pasta rut. Gnocchi, those pillowy potato dumplings, take less than half the time to prepare and are the ideal alternative for your comfort food fix.
May 1, 2019
Recipe: Donal Skehan’s Roast Lamb with Green Garlic, Lettuce & Peas
In springtime, wild garlic appears all across Ireland in shaded woodland areas. It is easy to recognize from its distinctive garlic smell. There are two varieties which can be found: one has a long three-cornered stem and the other has a large, broad leaf. The leaves can be harvested and treated like any salad leaf. In this roast lamb recipe, I use the unique garlic taste in a pesto served alongside sweet slices of lamb leg.
May 1, 2019
Recipe: Roast Chicken with Fennel, Carrots, and Gremolata
Tired of mashed potatoes and gravy with your roast chicken? Here’s a classic dinner with a flavorful punch of fresh herbs — plus sweet roasted fennel and carrots, which absorb savory juices from the chicken by sharing the same pan. Believe it or not, roasting a whole chicken isn’t a chore — the time it takes can be trimmed significantly by butterflying and searing the bird first. You won’t have to worry about getting the skin crisp and golden in the oven alone.
May 1, 2019
Recipe: Dubliner Cheese and Tomato Stuffed Chicken Breasts
I usually make this with reduced-fat Dubliner cheese, which melts beautifully and gives us the same gooey, rich cheesiness with fewer calories and less saturated fat. You can use chicken thighs (cooked to 170°F) instead of chicken breasts, which reheat better because they are not quite as lean. Either way, the chicken is also very good served cold the next day.
May 1, 2019
Recipe: Gingery Roasted Butternut Squash & Sweet Potatoes
Every time I serve this dish, my guests ask: “What is this?” The softness of the butternut squash and sweet potatoes is contrasted with the sharpness of the ginger, and the combination is truly magical. I like to make it in the morning, and keep it in the oven all day long. Your house will smell so good that you’ll want to make it over again and again. This recipe makes a lot of food, which is great!
May 1, 2019
Recipe: Fiona’s Green Chicken
My chef sister, Fiona, is my go-to source for hands-on cooking advice and one of my biggest culinary heroes and influences. But even more important? Fiona came up with an umami-packed, Thai-inspired chicken recipe that immediately became a family favorite. Her green marinade is a breeze to throw together: Simply blend together a sweet onion, handfuls of herbs, fish sauce, apple juice, lime zest, and pepper.
May 1, 2019
What Can I Make with Roasted Beets?
Q: I have some fresh candy cane beets that I am roasting right now. I need some good salad suggestions or any good ideas on what to do with them. I love fresh beets, especially the candy cane ones. I like the golden ones also. So I get them and roast them, and then I usually just end up eating them plain. I would like to actually make something with them. Thank you for your help.
May 1, 2019
A Colorful Twist on Hummus with Roasted Carrots & Harissa
Sometimes the classic combination of chickpeas, tahini, garlic, and lemon — aka plain ol’ hummus — really hits the spot. Other times, though, it’s nice to take things up a notch with some special ingredients. Ingredients — like roasted carrots, spicy harissa, and a garnish of tart pomegranate arils — that add color and interest to an otherwise standard dip.
May 1, 2019
Recipe: Weeknight Roasted Chicken with Lemon and Sage
There are few foods I enjoy more than a classic roasted chicken — except for, possibly, potatoes cooked until crispy in the fat from that roasting chicken. With this classic one-skillet dish, the bird and the spuds cook in sync and turn richly golden in the extra-hot oven — the chicken fat trickling down to amp up the already-rich flavor of Yukon Golds. This, my friends, is true kitchen synergy.
May 1, 2019
Recipe: Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Walnuts, Pomegranate Molasses & Shanklish
What’s happened to Brussels sprouts may be one of the best food moments of the 21st century. No more boiling them into cabbage-y oblivion. We love roasting them, for good reason — time in a hot oven reveals Brussels sprouts to be remarkably nutty, earthy, sweet, and versatile. If you’re like me and can’t get enough roasted sprouts, you already know how great they are with balsamic vinegar. Meet my new best friend: pomegranate molasses, the Middle Eastern equivalent.
May 1, 2019
How To Make Hasselback Tater Tots
Say it with me now: Hasseltots! These adorable, bite-sized Hasselback potatoes are just begging for ketchup and some alone time. You know you want them. And you can. Here’s exactly what you need to do between now and dinner for these tots to be yours. Tiny baby potatoes are the secret here, and you can usually find a mesh bag of them near the grown-up potatoes at most grocery stores with a well-stocked produce section.
May 1, 2019
Recipe: 30-Minute Sheet Pan Potatoes and Chicken Sausage
I love crispy potatoes in any form, especially the ones with creamy, fluffy interiors. They’re so easy to roast in the oven. Since you’re already breaking out a baking sheet, use the extra real estate on the pan to roast some sausages to make a meal out of it. I always have a few potatoes in the root vegetable basket, and some pre-cooked sausage in the freezer, so this is a great pantry dinner in our household.
May 1, 2019
Recipe: Lemon-Rosemary Roast Chicken with Winter Green Stems
When Hali first mentioned that she saves tough winter greens stems over the course of a week for roasting, I was a bit skeptical. That is, until I tried it myself and realized it was a brilliant idea — and a delicious one, too When it’s the winter season and the variety of fresh vegetables dwindles drastically, winter greens become a lifesaver. But what do you do with all those tough stems that are leftover from the recipes that only call for leaves?
May 1, 2019
Recipe: Roasted Tomato and Turkey Club Sandwich
Club sandwiches are usually best in the summer when tomatoes are at their peak, but what do you when the craving hits in cold-weather season and the only tomatoes available are rock-hard and sad? Just pop those tomatoes into a hot oven and you’ll have juicy oven-roasted tomatoes in just 30 minutes. Stack them into a club sandwich that you can enjoy — even with a few feet of snow outside.
May 1, 2019
Recipe: Blistered Tomato Toasts
With a simple breakfast toast like this one, you want to use the best ingredients available to you. Get a really good bread, brush it with really good olive oil, buy some bright ripe tomatoes, and use nice anchovies packed in olive oil. Every bite will be worth it. This savory breakfast toast, with its mellow sweet roasted tomatoes and briny anchovies, could really be a meal for any time of day. But if you wake up one morning in need of something delicious and easy, this meal is for you.
May 1, 2019
Recipe: Honey-Glazed Pork Tenderloin
Honey is a sweet friend to pork, made famous by the ubiquitous honey-baked Easter ham. The trouble with a ham is that it’s big enough to be a burden in a small kitchen. (Some people contend that eternity is one ham and two people.) A tenderloin, however, makes just enough for two to four servings, and still makes one fine Sunday dinner. The best thing about pork tenderloin is that it is very lean and cooks quickly.
May 1, 2019