Trust yourself, follow the prompt and wing it. You don’t need a recipe to create a fantastic dinner.
Tartiflette is a traditional Alpine casserole that’s far from light (and that’s a very good thing).
A traditional, unpretentious dish made in kitchens throughout the world turns delicate and refined.
Silky-smooth and simple to make, it gets verve and heat from homemade pickled jalapeños.
When Nik Sharma left Mumbai for Ohio years ago, he had to leave his family’s holiday celebration behind too. Now he recreates one of his favorite dishes, chicken cafreal, in his own kitchen.
Joan Nathan has found the crisp potato pancakes of her dreams, inspired by Swiss rösti.
For faster, more flavorful Thanksgiving potatoes, do as J. Kenji López-Alt does, and stir-fry them.
We have every recipe you need to cook a wonderful Thanksgiving meal.
Crack the crust tableside to reveal its mysterious contents; the delight will be palpable.
This reassuring dish is just what we need right now, Yotam Ottolenghi writes.
Tsimmes, a beef, carrot and sweet potato stew that is traditionally served at Rosh Hashana, slowly evolved over centuries and across continents.
Yotam Ottolenghi’s son loves carbs, so the chef folds vegetables into this highly adaptable cheesy potato cake.
This riff on an Irish colcannon is among the most filling, nourishing dishes you could make.
Crisp on the outside, chewy on the inside, these little shelf-stable dumplings are easily dressed up or down.
This simple tuber is delicious just about any way you prepare it. But David Tanis has three especially good ideas.