Julia Turshen considers baking, packing, and sharing this bread pudding “a tangible way to give back to [her] community.” We consider it the ultimate comfort dessert. Tripled, it feeds 60!
The yogurt and assertive spice combination give the cauliflower an enormous depth of flavor and a really rich texture. For a complete meal, serve this with white or brown rice, quinoa, or warm flatbread and a platter of sliced cucumbers that you’ve drizzled with lemon juice and sprinkled with salt.
This soup is the easiest (and fastest!) thing ever and so incredibly satisfying, not to mention a very affordable way to serve a crowd.
You can use this crust to make Bill Yosses’ Maple Apple Tarte Tatin, or any pie or tart you like.
Put a classic on the grill for Father’s Day: Beer can chicken. In this recipe, the beer steams while the chicken roasts and absorbs aromatic smoke.