Chewy, salty and run through with brown butter, these treats are ideal dessert material.
If that includes cooking, we hope these five nourishing, relatively easy recipes will help.
Serve this summery pair with crunchy cookies instead of soft biscuits.
This simple weeknight dish gets its bold flavor and texture from garlic- and anchovy-infused bread crumbs.
The specter of Covid-19 has changed a great deal for all of us, but there is an enduring desire to connect, in public, with those we love and with those with whom we disagree.
It can be hard to cook in these trying times. But let these recipes bring some comfort.
Sweet, salty, intensely citrusy and pleasingly tart, lemon goop amplifies any dish.
Without chefs to sell to, farmers, fishmongers and wholesalers are making house calls. And the change may be here to stay.
The pandemic-cooking craze hasn’t swept up everybody. To those who feel lost in the kitchen, even toasting bread and warming pizza are a challenge.
In quarantine, some are pushing the limits of their very limited cooking skills.
This riff on an Irish colcannon is among the most filling, nourishing dishes you could make.
Created as a family meal dish for the El Bulli staff a decade ago, this three-ingredient dish utilizes pantry staples.
It can be hard to cook in times like these, but do it all the same.
In search of creative inspiration, a New York-based photographer spent two weeks documenting Bangkok’s fresh markets and street vendors.
Making food is a way to make someone else’s life a little better, if only for a few minutes.
Macaroni salad with lemon and herbs, blueberry cobbler, and more recipes.
These dishes are worth coming back to time after time.
You don’t even need the banana, just 1 cup of any frozen or fresh fruit, for these crisp-on-the-outside, tender-on-the-inside treats.
Pair it with crisp lettuces and a pungent chile-lime dressing for a light, summery dinner.
Let cooking bring joy in the days ahead, whether you make barbecued chicken, Usha Prabakaran’s garlic rasam, or a classic pasta salad.
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A crunchy shortbread crust and a cloud of freshly whipped cream makes this delightfully fresh pie reminiscent of strawberry shortcake.
This simple meal gets its crunch from sliced vegetables, and its tenderness from pockets of cooked chickpeas.
The window beside you could become the most glorious screen in your life. You just have to be patient.
We’ve gathered dishes and stories from across the United States to help you remember some of the places you love most.
You can sip it or have it with rice and yogurt. You can treat it like a soup or a glass of savory juice.
We’re making food from our favorite restaurants at home.
Balkan Bites, from an Albanian chef, are hearty, flaky pastries filled with meat and cheese.
The cookbook author David Joachim writes the weekly DigestThis.news, from the barbecue website Amazing Ribs.
Our critic hasn’t eaten out in more than two months. But recipes can let us recapture certain tastes and moments, and remember how a restaurant meal can enchant.
Buford recounts his intensely focused experiences in restaurant kitchens after moving his family to Lyon.
Take time to think about those we’ve lost, then cook for those nearest to you.
From what they eat to how they actually eat it, being together all the time is only intensifying food issues.
Make Momofuku’s bo ssam, or take the Memorial Day holiday to bake an Earl Grey tea cake, peanut butter brownies, or an easy rhubarb trifle.
Gabrielle Hamilton’s recipe for the drink, Yewande Komolafe’s baked tofu, and more recipes.
This brothy version of asaro is packed with yams, plantains and hearty greens.
Whether it’s for a birthday, or just the long weekend, this classic recipe doesn’t need much to shine.
This cheesy garlic-scented, herb-speckled version may just outshine the chocolate kind.
It’s totally possible. But here are some tips from a food safety expert.
These recipes don’t need many ingredients to deliver a lot of taste.
Make memories out of the dishes you’re making now, whether that’s a macaroni salad, baby back ribs or a potato chip omelet.
You shouldn’t gather in groups this weekend, but we know you probably will. So here’s some guidance from the biology professor whose advice for lowering coronavirus risk has reached millions.
Here’s what to cook for the unofficial start of summer, even in quarantine.
This comforting dish has everything: creamy white beans, grated cheese, and (obviously) a crunchy potato chip topping.
A new project takes you into the lives of reporters and editors who aren’t just covering the pandemic, they’re living it.
Clare de Boer, a chef and owner of King in Manhattan, has three new recipes for grilled chicken you cannot miss.
Crisp on the outside, chewy on the inside, these little shelf-stable dumplings are easily dressed up or down.
The hardest meat to grill can also be the best if it’s prepared and cooked properly. Here are the basic principles to follow.
Farm-fresh fruit might be harder to come by this year, but store-bought frozen fruit works just as well in these three simple recipes.
As she prepares to embark on a new chapter, Liz Lambert has rediscovered the joy of sharing food with her family.
For a simple meal with loads of flavor, pair this sauce with in-season asparagus and scrambled eggs, or add it to whatever is in the crisper.
A carbon-steel pan from Made In can withstand temperatures of up to 1200 degrees Fahrenheit.
A new cookbook highlights the seasonal recipes of western Massachusetts.
This version of the cookout favorite gets its tanginess and snap from lemon zest, capers and pickles.
Yewande Komolafe’s baked tofu with peanut sauce and coconut-lime rice is one of NYT Cooking’s finest.
Some might call it breakfast.
This might be the perfect time for Mark Bittman’s ribollita, paired with garlic bread, or a big salad with grains.
Patatas bravas, leek risotto, and more recipes.
Sweetened peanut butter topped with a simple chocolate shell, you’ll want to keep these treats on hand in the fridge — if they last that long.
Finished with creamy burrata and a sweet and tangy agrodolce sauce, this packed platter makes a glorious holiday meal.
Steal a little bit of time during the day to make dinner easier.
Treat yourself to a Bloody Mary, alcoholic or non, and think of Gabrielle Hamilton’s Prune. Or settle in with some barbecued chicken or lemony orzo.
Blanch and freeze kale, collards and other leafy greens to maintain their bright flavor and texture.
You don’t have to boil noodles or make a roux for this super easy version of the classic comfort food.
Tips on how to lead a more pleasurable, more cultured, happier life at home.
David Tanis has three new recipes for all those Yukon Golds you have lurking in the fridge: for patatas bravas, potato salad and a spiced potato soup.
Tomato juice doctored up with spices is a remarkable workhorse. I use it to brace myself for work or to unwind when I’m escaping.
Tabitha Brown, an unlikely TikTok star, draws on challenges from her past to soothe millions of followers who are trapped inside during a pandemic.
The evening meal is usually a time for community, but this year, Muslims have to adapt.
With a few additions and smart timing, a simple pot of boiling water can become a complete meal.
I feared that food would be the vector for the virus, the thing that sickened me or made me unknowingly symptomatic.
The pandemic has turned many cooks into big-volume shoppers, and left them puzzling out how to manage a bursting pantry of ingredients.
Burlap and Barrel now sells a fundamentals collection, with six everyday spices to elevate your cooking.
A new cookbook profiles the makers at this popular outdoor food festival, on hold until the pandemic passes.
Make a big pot, brimming with roots and greens from the crisper, for a little bit of comfort.
Ali Slagle’s cheesy, spicy black bean bake is a great feed, and even better with a little bit of crisp bacon crumbled on top.
In the city’s Muslim Quarter, meals are a celebration of globalization and ethnic diversity — and a lasting defense against erasure.
Make Dorie Greenspan’s latest, an elegant icebox cake, or a comforting alphabet soup.
This simple, satisfying baking project, perfect for Mother’s Day (or just for yourself), is cause enough to celebrate.
This simple tuber is delicious just about any way you prepare it. But David Tanis has three especially good ideas.
Tart, floral and intensely lemony, Alison Roman’s low-and-slowish cooked salmon is revelatory.
Cook for mom, and make pancakes, a springy asparagus soup, or a carrot cake, or cook for yourself, and make a flawless bacon, egg and cheese sandwich.
Nutritional yeast (“nooch”) has gone mainstream, as consumers look beyond its supposed health benefits and treat it as an umami-rich seasoning.
Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced baker, you’ll find ideas to help pass the time with delicious results.
The influential chef has reconceived Mexican cuisine, both in his own country and beyond.
This guide will tell you everything you need to know about preparing beans and some of their relatives in the legume family, including lentils and split peas, both on the stove and in the pressure- or slow-cooker.