It's basically dessert, but for breakfast. Or, make it dessert and serve it with ice cream. This recipe is versatile af tbh.
Use whatever pasta shape you like with this bright, simple tomato sauce. And don't forget to pile on the salty ricotta salata.
Flaky and sweet, this traditional Jewish pastry takes a bit of time, but the results are worth it.
I was 21. He was 47. I knew nothing about food. I figured he knew everything.
This ultra-easy Indian dessert gets its nuttiness from chickpea flour.
This classic Danish Christmas dessert gets a bit of a modern twist with the simple addition of homemade almond oil.
This regal chicken and rice dish is fit for a prince—or your dinner party guests.
With ramen, quinoa, and almonds (and cabbage, of course), this has got to be our crunchiest slaw yet.
This simple salad has got all the right ingredients to get you fired up for anything and everything.
Back in 2008, the National Peanut Board sounded pretty perturbed about Big Almond's move into “the spread category."
Charred green onions, crunchy almonds, tart pomegranate, and garlicky yogurt perfectly balance each other out in this ideal winter salad.
Gail Simmons' magical gazpacho recipe has a beautifully creamy, velvety texture, and is topped with garlicky shrimp.