Dinner Tonight Articles
A simple salad-and-pasta meal that's a real midweek perker-upper, ready in just about an hour, of course.Read More »
Healthy and comforting, this meal is everything a weeknight supper should be.Read More »
Inspiration for tonight's dinner: a nearly labor-free holiday meal.Read More »
A veritable Indian feast to spice up your weeknight supper.Read More »
Amanda's delicate touch pervades this dinner.Read More »
This dinner is a serious contender for simplest Dinner Tonight menu ever.Read More »
Rainbow hued and super seasonal, this week's Dinner Tonight has a gracious elegance that might just inspire a little pinky's-up behavior.Read More »
An aspirational meal from a stuck-in-the-city New Yorker.Read More »
Coolingly light green limes and cucumbers are made all that much brighter with verdant sparks of dill, cilantro and fennel.Read More »
Sometimes, when I’m at a loss as to what to eat, or how to dress up a salad, I do something moderately French. I whisk a classic mustard vinaigrette, or roast some beets, served alongside a baguette and a wedge of creamy-tart goat cheese. This trick never fails me.
Post-Bastille Day, we all stand to be reminded of how we can benefit from taking a page out of their cookbooks. A new article from Shine lets us in on a few French secrets for simple, unfussy dinners, (we’re staying far away from aspics and anything en croute for this one). Turns out, it’s not such a bad cooking style to emulate: they don’t waste anything, they deglaze like champs, they use butter, and often wine. Now stock up on some French pantry basics, go to the market, and see what’s good. (Scarves are optional, of course.) Your dinner will be better for it.
French Cooking Tricks That Will Simplify Dinner From Yahoo Shine