The dish that set Julia Child on her culinary path was a sole meunière tasted in Rouen, France. Its perfection lies in its simplicity and should be a staple in every home cook's repertoire.
Making your own breadcrumbs is both easy and thrifty, and doesn't have the added preservatives found in store-bought breadcrumbs.
Super simple, and doable even without a food processor, this pesto comes together with ingredients you're likely to have on-hand. Pair it with a quick chicken dish or tiny meatballs.
Filled with lemon curd, topped with a sweet lemony glaze, and decorated with lemon drops, this lemon bundt cake is tart and sweet and full of flavor from top to bottom.
Pork and beef meatloaf is flavored with basil, scallions, garlic, and Chinese five-spice powder. Top it with pickled carrots and daikon and then serve with baguette slices for this American take on Vietnamese bánh mì sandwiches.
This vegan cookie made with fresh coconut and citrus juice keeps its promises to be delicious.
For the second Kids' State Dinner to be held in the summer of 2013, Michelle Obama and others invite American schoolchildren to submit healthy recipes to be served at the dinner.
Transform leftovers with fresh vegetables, swirl them together with a Parmesan and ricotta sauce, and serve on a bed of fresh pasta.
Herbed biscuits stand in for pie crust in this deconstructed chicken pot pie. Herbes de Provence and garlic give the American classic a French accent.
It's spring, and that means Girl Scout cookie season. If you can resist long enough, save a sleeve of your favorite cookies and use this cake recipe to create a special treat.
Chase away the end-of-winter blues with this homemade bolognese sauce. Veal, Italian sausage, fennel, and leeks give it a unique, bright flavor.
Craving pizza with a twist? Try this Mexican-inspired pizza with eggs bakes into it. Start with a cornmeal crust and top with beans, onions, chiles, tomatoes, eggs, and cheese.
A cheesecake swirl takes this classic carrot cake to the next level. Make this cake to serve after Easter dinner, and forget about those baskets full of candy.
Spring is the season for brunch. Try this sophisticated, savory bread pudding for an Easter brunch, a graduation party, a wedding shower, or your next family get-together.
Don't let this simple stew recipe fool you, the result is more than the sum of its parts. The key is using a high quality Italian sausage, the spices are crucial for a great flavor.
Being single in New York City can be a real drag. But that doesn't mean you can't treat yourself to a delicious home cooked meal with this butternut squash tart.
A new spin on this dangerously delicious Passover dessert with white chocolate and spicy rose sugar. Recipe and variations below.