20 Winter Salads So You Can Eat a Vegetable For Once
Your body needs something green and fibrous, or things are gonna start getting weird.
Flourless Coconut and Chocolate Cake
Buttery, decadent, and gluten-free, this perfect cake recipe has everything you want in a dessert. You won't even miss the flour.
This Book Celebrates Comfort Food in All Its Forms
Deviled eggs, Marmite spaghetti, cake. In <i>Mamma: Reflections on the Food That Makes Us</i>, London food writer Mina Holland champions the dishes your mum used to make and the joy of a humble home-cooked meal.
This Is Your Last Chance to Eat Salad This Year
We know you're about to be buried face-deep in candies and bûche de Noël, so take a moment to remember your vegetables with this salad from Yotam Ottolenghi.
This Ukrainian Cookbook Is Part Family History, Part Dumpling Heaven
“Cookbooks don’t have to be about recipes from a chef,” says Olia Hercules, author of Mamushka: Recipes from Ukraine & Beyond. “I like recipes because of the stories they might tell about a culture and all these things our grandmothers used to make.”
King Trumpet Mushroom Parcels with Greens and Grilled Rutabaga Recipe
These mushroom parcels are adapted from a recipe by Yotam Ottolenghi. They're fun and elegant as a middle course with a slice of sheep’s milk ricotta, or you can serve as a main course with polenta or farro, cooked greens, and grilled rutabaga.
Dirty Work: Yotam Ottolenghi and Ramael Scully Veg Out
London-based chefs Yotam Ottolenghi and Ramael Scully of NOPI dropped by the MUNCHIES garden to make some salad, geek out over ground cherries, and throw shade at American cinnamon.