This salad is so potato- ey, onion- ey, and herb- ey that you’ll make it all the time during new potato season, then you’ll make it after new potato season, too; I promise.
Brain Food: Peanut Butter Power Bites
This is a healthy take on the no-bake cookie. So good and so good for you. Every time I make these peanut butter power bites, I am begged for the recipe. They are a hit with both kids and adults, and always disappear quickly.
Chumley’s Chaplin Cocktail
Chumley’s mixologist looked to cocktail history and added a dash of whimsy when naming her drinks. Think old times and bootlegging meets Mad Men. In his 1917 film, The Adventurer, Charlie Chaplin makes himself a strong cocktail: he sprays soda water into a bottle of whiskey and drinks it, only to spill it later.
Julia Turshen’s Happy Wife, Happy Life Chocolate Cake
Now, here’s a chocolate cake that’ll make everyone happy.
Winter Squash, Potato, and Olive Oil Mash
What to pair with a holiday-worthy beef tenderloin? Oh, Chris Prosperi has the very thing. His comforting mash is simple without being boring. The squash and maple syrup make these mashed “potatoes” unlike any others you’ve had. They’re elevated for Christmas dinner, and are the perfect side for any holiday meal.
Bacon-Maple Walnut Pie and Malt Frozen Custard
Think of this as breakfast morphed into dessert: maple syrup, bacon, waffles—if they were served with vanilla malt! This is a stellar pairing of flavors, nothing held back. Don’t even think of using a fine-grade maple syrup like light or even medium amber. Go for the robust, dark stuff to stand up to the excesses. […]