Aioli has popped up on restaurant menus everywhere. It’s irresistible, but if you want to make it the traditional Provençal way, you must use a mortar and pestle and include egg yolks. This widely divergent recipe skirts those items. Instead it’s a simple sauce that brings together two indulgent favorites of mine: cream and tahini.
This light dish, perfectly portioned and wonderfully herbaceous, works as a fresh appetizer, starter, or alongside a grilled steak, pork chop, or steak.
Amanda Glover’s sweet Raspberry Lemonade Bars are summer in a bar. Hello, summer bake sale! SO worth turning the oven on to bake these.
From Faith Middleton — Instead of simply improving upon classic pecan pie, we decided to develop the pecan pie of our dreams. We passed on the traditional crust and gloopy, syrupy filling. Think: brown-butter Sea Salt shortbread filled with decadent double cream, topped with plenty of lightly-candied pecans. An ingredient note here: Double cream, or […]
Whether it’s for Thanksgiving or for a weekend gathering, here’s one of our go-to, easy dips, inspired by the Maine restaurant Cleonice, where chef Rich Hanson loves to turn out food with a Mediterranean twist. (It could have forty pounds of cheese or butter, but just saying the word “Meditteranean” makes me think I’m eating […]