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Meal Plan for April Week 4

April 21, 2018

This month, Summer Miller is back, sharing her meal plans for April. Summer is a mom, a full-time food writer, and also helps test the fabulous recipes we bring you every week at Simply Recipes. Each spring I tiptoe out to my garden to check the buds on our perennials and the blossoms on our […]

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Grab a Cast Iron Skillet and Turn Blueberry Muffins Upside Down

April 20, 2018

This simple technique reformats classic blueberry muffins to fit a cast iron skillet, for a warm and jammy breakfast that’s perfect for a lazy-day breakfast or brunch. Read More

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Special Sauce: Simply Recipes’ Elise Bauer on Alcatraz Swims and Blogging as Medicine

April 20, 2018

Ed Levine speaks to Elise Bauer, founder of Simply Recipes, about what motivated her to start the popular recipe website. Read More

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20-Minute Broiled Shrimp With Harissa and Beer, No Plate Required

April 19, 2018

Plump broiled shrimp, touched with char and bathed in a buttery harissa-spiked sauce. This is one-skillet meal is best eaten right out of the pan, so you can mop up every last drop. Read More

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20 Quick Dessert Recipes to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

April 19, 2018

Whether it’s a sudden craving or the panicked realization that I have company coming over, I like to have a stash of easy but impressive recipes in my back pocket. We’ve rounded up 20 of our favorite quick desserts so that something sweet is never more than an hour away—think complex and chewy chocolate chip […]

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Save Mango Pits and Peels for This Delicious No-Cook Syrup

April 19, 2018

This fresh, no-cook mango syrup is made from nothing but the pits and peels, plus a little sugar to draw out their juices and a hint of citrus to keep the flavor tangy and bright. It’s a super thrifty way to make the most of mango season, and a great excuse for mango cocktails all […]

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Save Mango Pits and Peels for This Delicious No-Cook Syrup

April 19, 2018

This fresh, no-cook mango syrup is made from nothing but the pits and peels, plus a little sugar to draw out their juices and a hint of citrus to keep the flavor tangy and bright. It’s a super thrifty way to make the most of mango season, and a great excuse for mango cocktails all […]

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15 Under $15: Great Bites in NYC That Won’t Break the Bank

April 18, 2018

Fifteen of our favorite cheap eats in New York City, from good ol’ American sliders to a richly savory Chinese noodle soup to one revelatory Mexican torta, and so much more. Read More

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15 Under $15: Great Bites in NYC That Won’t Break the Bank

April 18, 2018

Fifteen of our favorite cheap eats in New York City, from good ol’ American sliders to a richly savory Chinese noodle soup to one revelatory Mexican torta, and so much more. Read More

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How to Make Creamy Sunflower Seed Butter

April 18, 2018

Before we had our toddler son, I used to make a lot of homemade pantry staples. Yogurt? Check. Bread? Check. Nut butter? Check. These days, though, because time is tight, many of our homemade staples have been replaced with good store-bought versions. But I’m still making my nut and seed butter! It’s so quick and […]

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Nut-Free “Peanut Butter” Chocolate Chip Cookies

April 18, 2018

Birthdays and holidays in the daycare classroom involve some culinary creativity. Most schools are nut-free these days, and a lot of our son’s friends also have egg allergies or gluten sensitivities. So recently I decided to develop a recipe for chocolate chip cookies that everyone could eat. My secret ingredient? Sunflower butter! It imparts a […]

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Sicily Meets North Africa in This Rich and Fragrant Pasta Dish

April 18, 2018

One pasta dish, two distinct culinary traditions: Pasta con le sarde marries sardine-studded Italian pasta with sweet-savory flavors like raisins, pine nuts, and saffron, which were introduced to the country by Islamic rulers of Sicily in the tenth century. It’s one of the most beautiful pasta dishes, fragrant and luscious. Read More

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Sicily Meets North Africa in This Rich and Fragrant Pasta Dish

April 18, 2018

One pasta dish, two distinct culinary traditions: Pasta con le sarde marries sardine-studded Italian pasta with sweet-savory flavors like raisins, pine nuts, and saffron, which were introduced to the country by Islamic rulers of Sicily in the tenth century. It’s one of the most beautiful pasta dishes, fragrant and luscious. Read More

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12 Broccoli Recipes to Get You Beyond Steamed

April 18, 2018

12 broccoli recipes for when you’re looking for brassica inspiration. Read More

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12 Broccoli Recipes to Get You Beyond Steamed

April 18, 2018

12 broccoli recipes for when you’re looking for brassica inspiration. Read More

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Fat, Ugly, and Delicious: A Guide to the Pacific Razor Clam

April 17, 2018

With a texture that’s an interesting mix of tender and chewy, Pacific razor clams are a lot bigger and meatier than the bivalves you’re likely to see tossed with spaghetti or served on the half-shell. Learn how to clean and prepare these regional delicacies, and—if you’re in the Northwest and feeling adventurous—how to harvest them […]

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