Settle in to make this rich, comforting Parmesan, Leek and Smoky Sausage Cassoulet paired with French Languedoc wine.
Rich in flavor and so warm and hearty, this 30-Minute Beef Bolognese is served with a Sonoma-Cutrer red wine is impressive enough to serve to guests, but quick enough to be a weeknight dinner.
These summer rolls are wrapped up with refreshing watercress, mango, and mint and served with an irresistible sesame-ginger dipping sauce with a hint of garlic. It’s a perfect cool dish for a warm day.
This ricotta and cherry stuffed omelette takes just five minutes and five ingredients to make, and is perfect for Mother’s Day or any special breakfast or brunch.
This cake is lovely; dense but not heavy, moist with a tender crumb, aromatic, and flavorful. It is perfect to serve with coffee, and it is paleo, too.
An exciting salad with falafel spiced, roasted chickpeas and a generous tahini dressing. Add seasonal vegetables to make it an easy warm-weather meal.
This chicken breakfast sausage is sweetly savory, super flavorful, moist, and perfect nestled next to a fried egg.
Delicious chicken and corn enchiladas are perfect for a busy evening dinner.
Discover the culinary traditions of Kuwait City.
A smooth, nutty roasted garlic flavor makes this dressing perfect on any salad.
Earthy and cheesy mushroom baked eggs is the perfect brunch recipe for two.
Forget Indian take-out, make these delicious Butter Lentils.
Toasted Coconut Cream Pudding is an easy sweet to keep in one’s repertoire in case an unexpected guest were to ever drop in.
The Moroccan spice blend, Ras el Hanout, combines over 30 spices to create an aromatic addition to a variety of dishes.
This is an involved dish that uses beets in three different ways, with barley risotto, a perfect pairing to the rich scallops and garlic cream.
There’s just something about pot roast and soup that says comfort food on a cool winter evening.
Flaky crust stuffed with sweet, complex, seasonal filling make these hand pies as delicious as they are beautiful.
This aromatic savory quick bread makes a great snack or pairs perfectly with chili or stew.
The secret to this, and any, great salad is using fresh and seasonal ingredients that allow you to keep things simple.
Roasting broccoli is a wonderful way to prepare it; as it crisps up in the oven, it caramelizes in spots and takes on an almost nutty flavor.
Ground turkey is an often-overlooked source of healthy protein and these meatballs come full of vegetables for added nutritional value.
These homemade granola bars are not only much healthier than the ones you can buy at a store, they taste way better too!
Zucchini keeps this cake moist and indulgent tasting without adding any guilt.
This appetizer is so delicious you might want to make it your whole meal.
The creamy-textured and slightly tangy, smoky-flavored dip is the perfect accoutrement for seeded, nutty crackers.
Faith Gorsky enjoys the Castello Alps Selection Hirten cheese so much, she turns it into crackers that she tops with even more cheese.
These brownies have to come with a disclaimer though; they are full-fat, full-sugar, and not “light” in any way.
If you’ve never had homemade Caesar dressing before, you should give it a try…it really couldn’t be easier to make.
They’re fun, festive, and super quick and easy to whip up. Spread them around the office and watch the atmosphere instantly brighten.
These muffins are bright with the flavors of lemon and vanilla shining through.
If you’re a coffee drinker, I think you’ll swoon over one of these cakes with your coffee.
This carrot salad is a bit of a surprise and nothing like the average picnic-staple carrot salad you might be more familiar with.
This is much healthier than traditional sugar-laden fudge; it sweet, full of heart-healthy fats and antioxidants, and still super satisfying
The perfect party snack, these taco pinwheels will surely brighten up any festive occasion.
This dish is hearty and satisfying, and perfect for a night when nothing less than soul-warming will do.
Faith Gorsky shows us one of her favorite milkshake recipes.
Faith Gorsky shares her baked eggrolls with homemade teriyaki sauce recipe with us.
I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to contribute to my own column here on Honest Cooking, called Middle Eastern Magic.