Here’s a way to thrill your pals for The Super Bowl or any weekend gathering. This recipe is a favorite of mine, adapted from a recipe by the very talented Melissa Clark, and originally published in The New York Times Essential Cookbook. —Faith Middleton
Here’s our party mood bath, a bowl of good cheer based on the original 1790 “Fish House Punch” recipe regularly served in Philadelphia and, who knows, a possible explanation for the brilliance of the U.S. Constitution. Careful, this Joyful Party Punch, created by our cocktail contributor Anthony DeSerio, goes down easily. We suggest this one’s […]
Whole baked apples are great but if you want to have a little more fun the fast and easy way, try this recipe I adapted to make a microwave apple crisp. It takes me about 10 minutes to make it. I love the crispness and sweetness of granola on top, as opposed to the slight […]
From Faith: These are so wildly good, so light and fluffy, you will count the minutes until you can have them again, their edges golden and crispy, served with a lemon cream. We HAD to pass on this easy recipe to you from a new cookbook we love, Citrus by Valerie Aikman-Smith and Victoria Pearson. How […]
From Chris Prosperi — This is ridiculously easy to make; it involves chicken, chopped vegetables, corn starch and a slow cooker. In six hours, dinner is served!
There are foods that appear at the Jewish holidays that I crave all year, including brisket and latkes. Now I’m adding to the list Martha Stewart’s easy apple cake made in a skillet, and it is to die for. You could certainly make this with a variety of colorful fruits, though apples are especially good this […]