Recipes

The best recipes are those that nourish our whole selves, not just our hungry tummies. Make breakfast, lunch, and dinner moments of respite and renewal in your day by cooking up appetizers, a steaming bowl of soup, or other tasty treats to fill you up right. If you're feeling your day droop, turn to a healthy snack to perk you back up.

Sam Sifton's Bananas Foster; photo by by David Malosh

Bananas Foster

This fancy dessert is suprisingly easy to make, and your family and friends will love it.

Sam Sifton's Pan-Roasted Chicken with Mint Sauce; photo by David Malosh

Pan-Roasted Chicken with Mint Sauce

This recipe was inspired by a dish that chef Bobby Flay used to serve at his Manhattan restaurant Bolo.

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Sam Sifton's Honey-Roasted Sweet Potatoes With Yogurt Sauce; photo by Kevin Eans

Honey-Roasted Sweet Potatoes With Yogurt Sauce

New York Times food editor Sam Sifton offers a delicious take on a holiday classic.

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Variety of vegetables in a pan

6 Ways to Savor Your Vegetables This Fall

Use these methods to keep your appetite satisfied and health in check.

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Comfort foods for winter

5 Cheap, Healthy Comfort Foods

Soothing, nourishing foods to ease you through the cold season.

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Apple cider

4 New Ways to Enjoy Apple Cider This Fall

Warmed, spiced and sipped—that’s just the beginning of the pleasure of this autumnal favorite.

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A slice of sweet potato pie

Rose McGee’s Sweet Potato Comfort Pie

Rose McGee, founder of Sweet Potato Comfort Pie, shares a recipe for the pie she uses to bring comfort to people impacted by racial violence.

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Aunt Chrissy’s Holiday Classic Sweet Tea

Aunt Chrissy’s Holiday Classic Sweet Tea

This southern tradition isn't just a summer treat anymore—it's a year-round delight.

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Tonya May Avent. Photo credit: Jim Graham

Why Sweet Tea for Christmas?

Over the years, this delicious beverage became the cornerstone of her family’s holiday celebration.

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Roasted Potatoes with Onions and Rosemary; photograph by David Malosh

Roasted Potatoes with Onions and Rosemary

This simple recipe from the acclaimed New York Times food editor makes the perfect side dish for holiday meals.

Katie Turner's Date Nut Balls; photo courtesy Katie Turner

Date Nut Balls

This recipe was handed down to Katie from her mother, and now her own daughters help her make it at Christmastime

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Freshly baked challah bread

Challah Bread

Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, or both, this delicious bread is the perfect holiday treat

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Ina Garten's Tuscan Turkey Roulade; photograph by Quentin Bacon.

Ina Garten's Tuscan Turkey Roulade

TV's Barefoot Contessa says this dish is best when assembled in advance because the flavors start to permeate the turkey before cooking.

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Ina Garten's Roasted Garlic with Cheddar; ; photograph by Quentin Bacon

Ina Garten's Roasted Broccolini and Cheddar

You’ll love the pairing of sweet, tender broccolini with a sharp Cheddar cheese.

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