This recipe from Modern Israeli Cooking: 100 New Recipes for Traditional Classics just takes two ingredients.
In classic Smitten Kitchen style, the recipes in Perelman’s new book are for the kinds of dishes you make once and then suddenly find yourself making again and again.
The legend’s latest cookbook wants to help you prepare the best ingredients without complicating the issue too much.
Get creative by adding skyr to these toast, pancakes, shakshuka and cocktail recipes
Conjure the ghost of pies past by making this mostly forgotten “Cronut of 1946.”
Green tomatoes might not be as BLT-ready as some fully developed one-pounders, but with a little more time and effort, they can still be delicious.
Margaritas and meringues are just the beginning.
We’ve got at least nine ideas for what you should do with this brassica that kind of looks like a turnip.