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Our new cookbook is out now — and its focus is one of our favorite ingredients: booze! We show you how to use the cooking properties of beer, wine, bourbon and more to make your dishes pop!
Opposites attract in most walks of life, and recipes are no exception. Our favorite dishes are flavored with a careful balance of sweetness and spice. We’ve infused a mix of winter vegetables and farro with sweet maple syrup and spice supplied by Maille Dijon Originale Mustard, to make a really delicious and easy vegetarian dinner for a cold evening.
Why do winter-season dinners feel more of a challenge to put together than summer ones? The days are darker, the evenings draw in, there isn’t quite as much fresh local produce at the store or farmer’s market, and maybe we don’t have the energy to get as creative as we’d like. But here’s the key: sticking with simple ingredients such as hardy winter squash, healthy farro and fresh greens, and then packing them with winning flavor combinations will reward you with a dinner as healthy and delicious as it is straightforward.
In this recipe, we’ve partnered with Maille Dijon Originale Mustard to create a hearty seasonal winter supper packed with nutrition and flavor.
These crisp and tasty apple tarts are a great way to use up your fall bounty; using frozen puff pastry makes the whole process a lot easier, and they're finished with rosemary-lime sugar. It happens every year in the Hudson Valley, where we live. As soon as the leaves...
I'm not sure why but I used to think of risotto as a big complicated project. Somehow I got it in my head that you absolutely must make your own stock and add it a thimbleful at a time and stir and stir and stir and if you stop stirring for even a second, the whole...
We follow our time-tested one-pan skillet chicken method to make these crispy thighs with lemon, olives and garlic.
Chili sweet potatoes are our go-to for a rainy fall weekend – we give you a few meat and meat-free options, but they’re all tasty.
If delicious Szechuan-style lamb burgers weren't enough, we also present to you in this post Simon Adebisi's tiny hat. No extra charge! I'm aware that there's a very good chance you're thinking, 'Okay, fine. That's a decent looking burger but what the bloody hell is...
It's a shame about toffee apples, it really is. In theory, I ought to love them. There's the toffee, which, as our Ultimate English Toffee recipe proves, we're all about. I have no problem with the toffee. There are the apples - and who doesn't like apples? Your...
This chicken with lemon, garlic and basil – the flavors of an Italian summer – cooks in one pan and gets a delicious crispy skin.
Dear reader, or indeed, readers: You may, singularly or en masse, have become increasingly concerned at the startling lack of chicken-related news in this blog. It is possible, but admittedly not likely, that you are of a nervous disposition, and have been unable to...
Shrimp curry is easy to make, and we flavor it with coconut milk and add fresh corn for a summery touch, but you can make this all year round!
Refreshing and a perfect balance of tart and sweet. But enough about you, let’s make this cucumber and mint gimlet.