Lentils You’re Loving

Lidey Heuck’s recipe, with sweet potatoes and spinach, is inspired by dal, but run through with Thai elements.

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11 Macaroni and Cheese Recipes to Curl Up With on the Couch

When in doubt, coat noodles in cheese sauce and call it dinner.

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Lemon Pepper Makes Everything Better — Especially Wings

Zesty, buttery lemon-pepper wings are Atlanta’s soul. But you can use the seasoning on just about anything.

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Easy One-Pot Vegetarian Recipes

Resolve to wash fewer dishes in 2022.

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This Cake Is a Taste of a Vanishing New York

Dorie Greenspan’s poppy-seed cake is a call back to her childhood and shops that are mostly gone.

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12 Recipes Our Food Staff Cooked on Repeat in 2021

Like a Spotify end-of-year roundup, but for food: These are the recipes our reporters and editors turned to again and again.

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Sun-Dried Persimmons Are Worth the Obsession

The fruit yields a slow pleasure of rich, almost floral flesh.

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Putting a New Spin on Classic Recipes

The food writer Melissa Clark on the holidays, her favorite cookie and how she relaxes when she’s not cooking.

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Make This Retro Shrimp Cocktail Recipe at Home

Preparing this retro appetizer at home, and doing it perfectly, gives you the wherewithal to eat a lot of a really good thing.

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A Creamy, Wine-Braised Chicken Recipe to Celebrate Simply

A deluxe meal doesn’t have to be difficult, time consuming or all that expensive, if you don’t want it to be. This recipe from Melissa Clark proves it.

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A Soup That Tastes Like Being Home for the Holidays

When the architect Michael Chen couldn’t travel to be with his family last Christmas, he learned to make one of his mother’s recipes himself.

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10 Festive Christmas Eve Dinner Ideas

Ham, soups and stews, turkey and oh so many fishes — New York Times Cooking has a recipe for your holiday, no matter how you celebrate.

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A Cookie as Big as the Ritz

This festive cookie cake is a cross between an American chocolate-chip cookie and an elegant Parisian treat.

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12 Easy, One-Bowl Cookies for a Simply Sweet Season

If you have a hankering for a treat, but don’t have time for the cleanup, these recipes are for you.

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Fish Stew With Radicchio-Fennel Salad and Granita

No matter what ingredients you use, this bold, briny stew from David Tanis sings alongside a radicchio-fennel salad and a grapefruit granita.

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Our Most Popular Recipes of 2021

A countdown of the delicious dishes our readers viewed the most this year.

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Batsheva Hay’s Rich, Eggy Challah for Hanukkah

Adapted from a recipe by Joan Nathan, Batsheva Hay’s preferred iteration of the classic Jewish bread is worth the time commitment.

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Who Owns a Recipe? A Plagiarism Claim Has Cookbook Authors Asking.

U.S. copyright law protects all kinds of creative material, but recipe creators are mostly powerless in an age and a business that are all about sharing.

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Making Fresh Cheese at Home Is Worth It. This Recipe Proves It.

Homemade paneer is tender and delicate and extremely creamy — and the star of this simple tikka.

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The Crispiest, Lightest Shrimp Cakes

What’s the secret? It’s using pulverized rice cakes as a binder, Melissa Clark writes.

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The History Behind the Elena Ruz, the Quintessential Cuban Sandwich

The sandwich, named after Elena Ruz, melds sweet and savory, using soft medianoche bread, white turkey meat, softened cream cheese and strawberry preserves.

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A Beginner’s Thanksgiving: 7 Recipes That Lighten the Workload

For first-time cooks, or anyone looking to simplify the holiday prep, this special menu minimizes effort and maximizes flavor.

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Five-Ingredient Thanksgiving Recipes

Holiday dishes don’t need to be fussy. Keep the shopping and cooking simple so you can enjoy the day.

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Recipes for Kids

These flavorful and fun dishes have something for everyone.

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The Secret to a Better Green Salad

A chef’s tricks can make even the simplest salads shine.

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The Best Thanksgiving Side Dish Recipes Are Full of Memory

For Yewande Komolafe, the holiday is as much about learning her loved ones’ traditions as it is about the meal. She shares the recipes she’s collected.

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Thanksgiving Recipes From ‘The Essential New York Times Cookbook’ That Feel Timeless

Here are five dishes, all featured in the new edition of “The Essential New York Times Cookbook,” that will shine on your table.

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It’s Apple Season. This Galette Cuts the Chill With a Kick.

Dorie Greenspan makes a savory tart with apple, sweet potato, cheese and a touch of chile pepper.

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A Nourishing Filipino-Inspired Soup for Fall

To celebrate the publication of ‘Filipinx,’ their new cookbook, the chef Angela Dimayuga and the writer Ligaya Mishan made nilaga.

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Vegetarian Casserole Recipes for Fall

Tuck into the warm embrace of these cheesy, starchy, comforting bakes.

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Fried Oysters Are Delicious. They’re Even Better at Home.

They’re a seafood-shack favorite, but making them yourself can be an almost fine-dining experience.

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Easy Dessert Recipes That Don’t Require a Mixer

Shortbread cookies, famous brownies, peanut butter cups and other treats can be yours to enjoy with just a little elbow grease.

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The Perfect Dinner for Two

Cooking for someone else can be the purest form of connection.

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16 Slow Cooker Recipes

These dishes require a little fuss now for a big payoff later.

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Vegetarian Soup and Stew Recipes for Fall

Spend some rewarding time in the kitchen with warming recipes that build up layers and layers of flavor.

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Canadian Thanksgiving Recipes

Whether you’re looking for a roast turkey recipe or a new vegetarian dish, New York Times Cooking has your Thanksgiving dinner covered.

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A Perfect Pancake for Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner

Chickpea pancakes, rich with olive oil, are topped with radicchio and roasted mushrooms.

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Finding Home Through West African Food and Cooking

In her new monthly column, Yewande Komolafe returns to the food of West Africa to examine how it shaped her cooking, and her idea of home.

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10 On-the-Go Breakfast Ideas

Because a large iced coffee isn’t breakfast — no matter how many times you tell yourself it is.

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From Beef Stew, Shrimp Scampi to Mapo Tofu, 14 Classic Recipes

Commit a few — or all — of these dishes to memory, and you’ll always have a delicious meal at the ready.

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26 Fall Recipes

It’s time for soul-warming food. Here’s what the New York Times Food staff hopes to be cooking.

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The Simple Perfection of Fried Eggs and White Rice

The great thing about egg rice is that it’s hardly cooking. If you can fry an egg, then you can make egg rice.

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Recipes for a Little Joy

Caramelized zucchini pasta, slow-cooker tinga chicken tacos and more meals that are as simple as they are fun to make.

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13 Delicious Recipes to Eat Eggs for Dinner

Dinner can be inspired with these inventive takes on a world-class protein.

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Chrome Beta to experiment with a more powerful New Tab page, web highlights, and search changes

Google is launching a new version of its Chrome Beta browser today that’s introducing some fairly notable changes to its user interface and design. The browser will introduce an updated New Tab page, which will now include cards directing you back to past web search activities, instead of only a list of shortcuts to favorite websites. Other changes aim to make it easier to navigate search results and to highlight and share quotes from the web.

The New Tab page’s update will be one of the first changes Chrome beta users may notice.

The idea behind this design change is about getting you back quickly to past web activities without a need dive into your browsing history to remember which sites you had been using for things like recipes or shopping. It can also help you to return quickly to your recent documents list in Google Drive, in a handy bit of cross-promotion for Google services.

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The page will now feature what Google is calling “cards,” not just links, which could direct you to things like a recently-visited recipe site where you had been browsing for ideas, a Google doc you need to finish editing, or a retailer’s website where you had left your shopping cart filled with things you may like to purchase at a later date. The latter ties into Google’s larger investment in online shopping, which has already seen the search giant trying to grab more marketshare in the space by making product listings free and partnering with e-commerce platforms like Shopify.

Google is rightly concerned about Amazon’s surging advertising business, which is a large part of the retailer’s “Other” category that grew 87% year-over-year to generate $7.9 billion in the second quarter. Now, it’s capitalizing on Chrome’s New Tab real estate to elevate shopping activity in the hopes of pushing users to complete their transactions.

Another change aims to make it easier to do web research. Google says that often, users searching for something on its platform will navigate to multiple web pages to find their answer. The new version of Chrome will experiment with a different way of connecting users to their search results by adding a row beneath the address bar on Chrome for Android that will show the rest of the results so you can navigate to other web pages without needing to hit the back button.

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A new “quote cards” experiment, also coming to Chrome Beta on Android, will allow users to create a stylized image for social sharing that features text found on websites. Taking a screengrab of a website’s text is something that’s already a common activity, and particularly for people who want to share a key point from a news article they’re reading with followers on platforms like Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram. With this new feature, you’ll be able to long press text to highlight it, then tap Share and select a template by tapping on the “Create Card” option from the menu.

All features are a part of the Chrome Beta browser. To enable experiments, you can type chrome://flags into the browser’s address bar or click on the Experiments beaker icon, and then enable the flags. The associated flags for these experiments are #ntp-modules flag (New Tab page), #continuous-search (search results changes), and #webnotes-stylize flag (quote cards).

Experiments don’t necessarily become Chrome features that roll out more broadly. Instead, they offer Google a way to capture large-scale user feedback about its new design ideas, so the features can be tweaked and fine-tuned before a public release.

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For a Late-Summer Gathering, Try This Spin on a Salade Niçoise

Fanny Singer takes some liberties with her version of the classic dish, going so far as to include lettuce.

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13 Delicious Drinks for Late-Summer Sipping

Cocktails, coffees and every beveragino in between for all of your imbibing needs.

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Easy Corn Recipes for Dinner

Eat it in a salad with halloumi, over fish or tofu, in a pasta, or on its own with tartar butter.

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Easy Dinner Recipes (Without Having to Cook Anything)

Follow a simple formula for colorful, satisfying dishes that don’t require turning on the oven or stove.

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11 Vegetarian Recipes Our Readers Can’t Get Enough Of

These are the dishes our readers return to again and again.

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