The gorgeous saffron and gold colors in this celebration of carrots—one of the symbolic vegetables on the Rosh Hashanah table—are reminiscent of sunshine and coins, and therefore of good fortune.
Amelia Saltsman’s secret to luscious roasted cauliflower—blanching the florets first—accomplishes three things, she reveals.
As Michael Solomonov writes, “Using the slight bitterness of tahini to tame the sugar and heighten the earthiness of the beets” makes for a magical combination, “capable of casting a spell on people who normally don’t like beets.”
Americans throw away as much as 40 percent of the food we purchase. But some chefs practice “root-to-stem” cooking, meaning they use the entire vegetable: seeds, stalks, and all.
In the hands of inventive chefs, homely vegetables go from simple sides to sophisticated centers of the plate.
The gorgeous gold and orange colors in this celebration of carrots—oneof the symbolic vegetables on the Rosh Hashanah table—are reminiscent of sunshine and coins, and therefore of good fortune.
Grilled mushrooms can easily take the place of meat in a meal. Michael Solomonov’s technique ensures that they do not wind up tasting leathery or bland.
Every bite of this cabbage is an explosion of dramatic flavors and layers of texture - lightly charred outside and melt-in-your-mouth tender within.
Prepared with colorful grated vegetables and thickened with a little chickpea flour, these savory pancakes are packed with fragrant fresh herbs and savory spices.
Amelia Saltsman’s alluring recipe, rich with autumn flavors and textural contrast, is a wonderful addition to the table on Rosh Hashanah, Sukkot, and throughout the season.
The spiciness in these ice pops comes from a chile-infused syrup and chunks of fresh pineapple tossed with ground chiles.
The Greek-style yogurt provides a creamy consistency for this paleta, so you’ll have a rich mouthfeel without any of the guilt.
If you like avocado, you will really enjoy this ice cream. Its natural oil gives the ice cream a silky mouthfeel, and the lime juice heightens its flavor.
Tart, sweet and crisp, this fruity dessert is made all the more delectable with a scoop of your favorite vanilla ice cream.
Creamed corn keeps this cornbread moist and subtly sweet. Plus it's a great excuse to use your favorite cast-iron pan.
From scoop to stick, these entrepreneurs are making cool treats that impress foodies and make summer festive.
Move over, dudes: More and more women are warming up to the grill.