On the Easter table and, yes, on pizza, these smart, flavorful tweaks make the retro combination even better.
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To Fall in Love With Cabbage, Do This
In Yotam Ottolenghi’s cabbage rolls with walnuts and sour cream, the dreaded vegetable becomes a star.
A Butter-Poached Shrimp Recipe as Satisfying as Scampi
Nix the garlic (gasp!) for coriander seeds and a dollop of dill-speckled mayo for a subtle, speedy dish that’s all about the shrimp.
The Joy of Zero-Waste Cooking
Tamar Adler’s “The Everlasting Meal Cookbook” and other thrifty cookbooks argue that using up leftovers can deepen your relationship with cooking.
This Chef’s SoHo Loft Is Strictly Invitation Only
Yann Nury’s New York atelier, where he hosts the lucky few for meals, doubles as a secret design haven.
Easy Ways to Be a Better Cook
Chicken breasts breaded in Ritz crackers from Eric Kim, craggy tofu in a star anise sauce from Yewande Komolafe, and even more brilliant recipes.
‘Top Chef’ 2023: The Global Reach of Cooking Television
Entering its 20th season, the sprawling Bravo franchise has changed the way Americans eat and become a mirror of the restaurant industry.
I Made You a Meal Plan (Again)
Never waste fresh herbs again.
Spring Recipes Our Food Staff Can’t Wait to Make
It’s almost time to load up on asparagus, snap peas and all the rhubarb you can get your hands on.
A Riff on Irish Colcannon for St. Patrick’s Day and Beyond
Colcannon inspires this buttery casserole of mashed potatoes, kale, Cheddar and baked eggs from Melissa Clark.
The Wonders of Pasta Alla Gricia
Take the classic recipe in a different direction with slow-cooker butter beans, pecorino and pancetta.
The Comforting, Cheesy Charm of Chicken Doria
This Japanese answer to a gratin conjures bliss with whatever is already on hand.
Olive Oil Baked Salmon and Other Low-Stress Dinners
Ali Slagle has two new minimal-effort recipes.
Shrimp Tacos to Make Right Now
Yewande Komolafe’s bright new recipe is the best possible counter to drab, gray days.
I Can’t Believe It’s Nut Butter
This secret ingredient enlivens vegan cacio e pepe, creamy mattar paneer and more recipes.
Sahadi’s, the Brooklyn Grocery Store That Feeds Nostalgia
Sahadi’s, on Atlantic Avenue, has specialized in Middle Eastern comfort food for the past 75 years. Now, with a second location and a lively cafe, the family-run market is courting a new following.
Recipes That’ll Make You a Better Cook
You don’t need to memorize these dishes: With their supersmart techniques, you’re bound to never forget them.
This 15-Minute Pasta Will Make You Feel Like an Italian Millionaire
One magic ingredient will send your taste buds on vacation to the Amalfi Coast.
The Comforts of Pan-Fried Tofu and Red Curry Paste
The cookbook author and teacher Raghavan Iyer shares his story and a few recipes with Kim Severson.
Spring Comes Early With This Bright, Cozy Dinner
A mustardy beet salad, a creamy chicken main and a warm lemon pudding: This menu from David Tanis looks ahead in all the right ways.
How Do You Like Your Chili?
Everyone has a chili opinion.
These Veggies Are Sneaky
Ali Slagle’s recipe for salad pizza with white beans and Parmesan will get you to eat your greens.
11 Winter Vegetable Recipes for Exciting Weeknight Dinners
Summer produce may get all of the glory, but these cool-weather recipes make winter vegetables exciting and bright.
What Nutritional Yeast Can Do for You
Nutritional yeast takes these dressings, toppings and seasoning blends up a notch.
This Fried Rice Is a Fridge-Raid Meal and a Party Dish
Pepper Teigen’s rolicking recipe fuses the fruity warmth of Thai chiles and the sweet tartness of fresh pineapple.
This Roasted Fish Recipe Is Weeknight Easy and Julia Child Fancy
Fish almondine is a nutty variation on a classic French dish, sole meunière.
How to Cook for Unexpected Guests
Squash and chickpea stew, all kinds of baked potatoes and more recipes.
He Taught Americans to Cook Indian Food. Now He’s on His Final Chapter.
Raghavan Iyer, whose books and spirited teaching spread the cuisine, is using his last days to get familiar comfort foods to patients like himself.
Soups to Soothe the Sighs of the Season
A ginger-tamarind vegetable soup from Yewande Komolafe is your first line of defense for the winter blahs.
The Chefs Who Have Buenos Aires (Reluctantly) Waiting in Line
Local Argentine ingredients are the stars on the menus in a city that feels almost jubilant after long Covid lockdowns, and of course, the victory of a certain soccer team.
The Charm of Parm
Kay Chun’s shortcut recipe for eggplant Parmesan pasta puts the intense pleasure of the original within easy reach.
Canned Tomatoes, Explained
Whole peeled, crushed, puréed or paste? There’s a time and a place for each.
Best Sheet Cake Recipes
They’re low fuss, feed a crowd and travel well.
Mardi Gras Food Ideas for Your Next Celebration
King cake, fried chicken and more recipes to celebrate Carnival season.
Winter Citrus and Harissa Chicken
Notes on marmalade and Yewande Komolafe’s new spicy recipe with caramelized dates and navel oranges.
Black Chefs Are Rewriting ‘Whitewashed’ History in New Orleans
A new generation is exploring how the city’s celebrated food owes as much to West African and Caribbean cuisines as to Creole cooking.
Searching for the Perfect Texture
Menudo, mochi brownies and more recipes.
The 25 Essential Dishes to Eat in Paris
We asked five chefs and culinary experts to determine the most delicious and memorable plates in the food-obsessed French capital. Here are the results.
Vegetarian Super Bowl Recipes
Buffalo cauliflower, vegan cauliflower popcorn and dips galore for your sports-viewing needs.
Easy Salmon Recipes
The quick-cooking fish is the ideal weeknight dinner centerpiece.
Easy Valentine’s Day Recipes
Love means never having to spend hours cooking a special meal.
Menudo Can Be Many Things, but It’s Always Delicious
The warmth and richness of menudo is a fortifying ritual to finish up the week — or start a new one.
Chocolate and Fire for Valentine’s Day
Three new desserts from Yossy Arefi and a chance to flambé.
How to Flambé
This Valentine’s Day, why not rekindle an old flame? Melissa Clark has three recipes to set hearts (and dinner) alight.
Raise a Toast to Dinner
Say cheers with a Bee’s Knees, and cook up a pot of something warming.
Mushrooms Aren’t Here to Destroy Us — Or to Save Us
The fictional fungus in “The Last of Us” touched a collective nerve. When it comes to mushrooms, we just can’t keep our cool.
A Little Night Chopping
Let dicing ingredients be a welcome interlude between work and dinner.
Chocolate Desserts for Valentine’s Day
Preparing a special dinner can be intimidating, but these make-ahead sweets will be hits no matter how much time or kitchen confidence you have.
Baby Back Ribs Recipe for the Super Bowl
You don’t need a smoker or a grill to make sticky, tender ribs at home — just an oven and a surprising four-ingredient glaze.
Easy Slow Cooker Chicken Recipes
A few minutes of prep in the morning means you don’t have to think about dinner again until it’s time to eat.