Makes 12 pieces These two southern favorites are a match made in heaven. We like ours a little spicy, but you can omit the red pepper flakes, if you prefer. Make the eggs and filling a day or two ahead, but pipe the eggs the day you plan to serve […]
Makes 2 cups
Makes 6 servings Pissaladière is simply a French version of pizza, traditionally topped with onions that have been melted down in olive oil, and with anchovies and Niçoise olives. It is best made with sweet onions, and a good-quality olive oil is a must. If possible, use an oil with […]
Makes 8 servings Known as tostones, these plantain fritters are a well-liked snack in many Latin American and Caribbean cuisines. Their popularity is comparable to that of French fries in central Europe. They can be served plain, with dipping sauces, or as an accompaniment to meat or vegetables. It is […]
Makes 6 large popovers To get the full dramatic effect of popovers, serve them as soon as you take them from the oven. The big “puffs” will start to deflate almost immediately. You can prepare the popover batter (step 2) up to 24 hours before baking them. Store the batter […]
Makes 8 small-bite portions Of course the classic combination is melon and prosciutto, but peaches are a special peach-season treat, and this fresh approach to an old standard will blow you away. If your peaches are not perfectly ripe, or it is not peach season, try it with mangos or […]
Makes 8 servings In Mexican cooking, chicharrones, also known as pork rinds and pork cracklings, are made by deep-frying cooked and dehydrated pork skin until it is crispy and puffy. Commonly obtained commercially, they are used for stews and stuffing for tortas and tacos. In other Latin American and Caribbean […]
Makes 20 thin bread sheets
Makes 10 servings These crispy plant-forward party snacks just happen to be vegetarian and vegan, so they’re the perfect recipe for every crowd! For some heat, add a light smear of Korean gochujang before rolling.
Makes 40 dumplings Dough Shrimp Filling
Makes 12 servings Tofu is misunderstood, but we think its perceived flaws (soft, bland) are also its strengths. Because it is so neutral in flavor, tofu is actually a great base for dips and plant-forward creamy recipes, like puddings and creamy soups, because it adds protein and texture without the […]
Makes 6 servings Note: When peaches aren’t in season, there are several good substitutes: melons, persimmon, or pears. One more suggestion, which is really out of the ordinary, is ripe mango. Mango pairs nicely with the saltiness of the prosciutto and the delicacy of the mozzarella.