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Galettes were invented to make amateur bakers feel like pros. The less perfect they are, the cooler they look. No trimming, no tucking, no crimping, no venting, and no soggy bottom. They’re also versatile: You can make a version of this year-round with the same amount of peak-season fruit.
Butterflying and flattening the bird might feel like chicken chiropractory, but it’s all in the name of crisp golden chicken skin, and what more noble cause could there be? The flatter the chicken, the more contact with the cast-iron pan and the more crackly skin to enjoy at the end.
The appearance of tahini cookies, tahini brownies, and halvah sundaes at restaurants helped boost tahini out of the hummus bowl and into the pastry case. This tahini quick bread recipe will make you a believer too.
If you have ever peeled, seeded, and sliced cucumbers for salads, this recipe will hopefully change your mind. Smashing the cucumbers augments the vegetable’s ability to absorb seasonings.
This deep maroon cocktail is cherry cola for adults but with a subtle, spicy, and not-too-sweet flavor.
The key to developing crispy browned surfaces on roasted cauliflower is baking in a superhot oven on the lowest rack so the baking sheet is close to the heat radiating off the bottom of the oven.
Chicken thighs are our desert-island weeknight protein. Their dark meat translates to reliable juiciness, and their delectable skin gets as crispy as cracklin’s. This one-skillet method is capped off with a punchy and bittersweet lemon vinaigrette built on the brown bits left in the skillet. And that’s what you’re going to want to drag each […]
Magic happens when toasted garlic oil meets fragrant za’atar. But if you don’t have za’atar on hand, dried mint is equally delicious infused into hot oil.
A day-old loaf of good bread can reach new heights when it’s thick-cut and pan-fried in olive oil. We top these giant croutons with steamed clams or mussels, sink them into brothy soups, and crumble them over big salads. But this dish, a saucy little mix of beans, greens, and garlic, gives us a reason […]
Don’t overcrowd the food processor with florets or you might end up with cauliflower “rice” that’s a mix of too-big pieces and mush. Work in batches and keep the pulses short.