Recipes whose attraction lies in their simplicity
Genius Recipes that give you a reason not to turn on the stove.
A rich-bright feast for an early Easter (and spring!).
Our test kitchen duo, Josh Cohen and Sara Jenkins, made a Valentine's Day feast—for two or for a crowd.
The recipes we resolve to cook in 2016 (or at least some of them).
Our favorite photos that came out of our studio this year, from flaming pudding to Cookie Monster.
Give kidney beans a chance.
Your mother's box of scribbly recipes on index cards, this is not.
The ancient winemaking technique that's making a comeback, behind-the-scenes at a high-end restaurant, and arbitrary health rules that we still follow.
Haiku52: Our thoughts on food and cookingIn seventeen beats.
Busy weekend? Here's what you may have missed on our site.
An important announcement for latte-lovers, the history of sushi in America, and a pizza-slinging neighborhood spot in Brooklyn.
Life moves pretty fast, as Ferris Bueller says. Here's a selection of our favorite stories from the site this week.
The best part of the watermelon might be the skin. Discuss.
Ever wished you could cook a Genius recipe with our executive editor Kristen Miglore? Now you can!
The "greatest hits" salad: roasted and fresh tomatoes, whole and blended herbs, and a whole lot of crispy oven-roasted capers that will make you fall in love.
Switch to slow-roast and never overcook salmon again.
The genius summer side you can make whenever you have 15 minutes, and then completely forget about.
Ice cream sandwiches to help soothe your post-vacation blues—and to make the rest of your summer better.
A new not sad desk lunch—and a more welcoming potluck and picnic salad than most.
We know you're trying to clean out your pantries and your refrigerators, but resist that urge for just one more recipe. Make your own ponzu sauce, then use it to roast tofu and corn and dress a cold noodle salad.
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