Breakfast Fried Rice. Fry up some bacon, then some scallions and rice—top it all with an egg. This is a warm, filling breakfast we can actually see ourselves making before we dash out the door for work—it’s fast, without a ton of prep, and it’s everything we want, exactly when we want it. Because why should you have to wait until dinner for fried rice?

10 New Classics Everyone Should Know How to Make

We love the classics. We reach for them when we need comfort, when we want a sure win, when we run out of other ideas. But what about new things? What about new innovations and new takes on…

Citrus Ginger Tofu Salad with Buckwheat Soba Noodles. Marinate your tofu, bake it, then toss it with soba noodles, cabbage, kale, carrots, broccoli, and a soy-citrus dressing. It makes a salad that is surprisingly filling.

10 Amazing #MeatlessMonday Recipes

Going meatless on Monday always sounds like a good idea. But, when it’s actually Monday and you’re faced with the prospect of a chicken-less, bacon-less, burger-less, day, a successful…

Chocolate Coffee Ice Cream Cake. You can’t get much better than this cake—chewy brownies are topped with coffee ice cream and a billowy layer of no-churn, sweet cream ice cream.

The Caffeine Fiend’s Guide to Cooking

Addicted to coffee? Constantly craving a buzz? Looking for more caffeine in your day? Don’t go to an overpriced coffee shop—work caffeine into your cooking instead. Cooking with coffee and…

Kimchi Fried Rice. If you’re not yet sure about kimchi, Korean spicy fermented cabbage, this dish could be just the right gateway drug for you. Once sautéed, kimchi loses some of its pungent harshness, but answers back with an addictive, tangy-spicy warmth that deepens with a little time spent sizzling.

10 Things to Do With a Rotisserie Chicken

There is nothing like a homemade roast chicken, skin crispy and crackled, pan drippings sizzling, just pulled from the oven. But, we all get busy. We don’t always have time to roast a whole…

Matilda, Maple, and Garlic Pork Shoulder with Crispy Skin. This tender pork shoulder that is the definition of "slow and low"—it cooks for 18 hours! After mixing up the fennel and garlic marinade, the roast goes in the oven and requires little work save some intermittent basting, and results in crispy skin and falling-apart meat.

How to Create Your Own Large-Format Feast

We like snacks as much of the next person. We like meals, too. But sometimes, a normal-size portion of food isn’t going to cut it. Sometimes, a regular dinner spread just isn’t enough.…

Almost Flourless Chocolate Cake with Meyer Lemon Whipped Cream.  All it takes to create the fudgiest, darkest, most magical chocolate cake you’ll ever taste is melting some chocolate and butter, mixing in eggs and sugar, and stirring in a mere tablespoon of flour.

Baking for People Who Hate Baking

We love baked goods. You love baked goods. The fact is, most people are batshit crazy about baked goods. But, more often than not, we find ourselves running into one small problem—we all want …

Steam-Roasted Carrots with Cumin. The sexiest carrots you'll ever make, and a new method for all of your carrots henceforth. If you don't have any of these spices, or if you don't want to use them, skip them—the beauty of this recipe is in the method.

How to Cook Vegetables That Don’t Suck

From roasted cauliflower with whipped goat cheese to twice-baked potatoes with kale, these 10 recipes prove that vegetables can trump meat after all.…