Yes, you can make these at home.
It's a weeknight dinner miracle.
This punchy friend to pasta doubles as an excellent braising liquid.
The key to cooking low and slow.
And add it to just about any dish.
Plus, they come with a culinary guide to the Middle East.
Even if it's warm outside!
And a dish to prove it.
Easy enough for a cozy family meal, but impressive enough for a dinner party.
From chicken to chickpeas, these braises smell *almost* as good as they taste.
You might want to save these projects for the weekend.
Memorize this (simplified) Vietnamese-style pork belly recipe.
Centerpiece-status hams, briskets, and lamb shanks.
If you have 1 pot and 4 chicken thighs, you're (just about) set
So tender it feels like a hug
It's not short on spice (or a story), though.
Fewer oil splatters everywhere
Minimal attention still gets dinner on the table
“I’m sorry, I can’t go out—I have to tend to my ragu”
Take a few hours out of your weekend to make the ragu of your dreams, and be rewarded for days to come.
We get asked all the time: What do you cook at home? Here's a little inspiration from a member of the Food52 team.