While going out for a romantic dinner can be delightful, there’s something about cooking dinner with your honey at home that feels a lot more intimate. Try something different this Valentine’s Day and spend the day cozying up in the kitchen. It is a long weekend, after all!
Start the day off with heart-shaped Spiced Pastry Bites
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Prepping meals in between the holidays can be a bit of a struggle. On one hand, you don’t want to make anything too elaborate because this is your one chance to lighten your kitchen load. On the other hand, you still want to make something delicious for your family that feels healthier than those hefty holiday meals. This week worth of dinners is here to save the day: They’re lighter than your typical winter fare but still have that wintery vibe down pat. After eating some of these, you’ll feel like the holidays never even happened!
Monday, November 30
While you may be busy ironing out the final details of your Thanksgiving menu, we’re already thinking about the days after: what are we going to do with all those leftovers?! The tricky part about Thanksgiving leftovers is using them in a creative and new way that requires minimal work (because let’s be honest, no one wants to cook on the days after Thanksgiving). These 6 recipes are simple, fun and require minimal extra ingredients. Your leftovers couldn’t disappear quicker!
No offense, cooking school, but the best kitchen wisdom comes from Mom. This Mother’s Day, top chefs share their favorite advice and recipes from that one special lady.
Anne Burrell and her mom, Marlene, at home in upstate New York in 1999.
If you’re gearing up for St. Patrick’s Day (hello, Guinness pints!), let us help you plan the perfect menu. While we love a good Irish meal, we’re getting a little more color-oriented this year. We don’t just mean green Jell-o or frosted cupcakes: our green food is going au natural this year (spinach, matcha, asparagus, oh my!). Check out some of our favorite recipes below!
Happy Presidents’ Day! Whether you’re enjoying a long weekend or not, there’s always time to honor our past Commanders in Chief, and what easier a way than by cooking up some of their favorite meals? From sea to shining sea, check out some of our previous presidents’ favorite foods.
Given his New England background, John F. Kennedy loved a bowl of Clam Chowder
Christmas week is finally upon us, and if you’re feeling an overwhelming amount of holiday stress, you’re not alone. Lighten your load this week with five fast and easy meals that will warm you up from the inside out. We’ve even come up with great solutions for Christmas Eve and Christmas dinners! Even if you’re not celebrating, you’re sure to love this week’s delicious dinners.
Monday, December 22
Tonight is the first night of Chanukah, and to keep your holiday extra sweet and delicious throughout the next eight days, we’ve collected some of our favorite Jewish recipes with a twist. So let bubbe know her workload is lightened this year, grab your biggest frying pan and get to work. There are candles to be lit!
Coffee-Braised Brisket is sweet and smoky, with a caffeinated kick!
The official holiday countdown has begun: 2 days until Chanukah, 11 days until Christmas and 17 days until New Year’s Eve. But you still gotta eat—and latkes, candy canes and champagne do not a meal make. In honor of the season, we have a special Weeknight Meal Planner just for you. Flavorful, festive and fancy only begin to describe this week’s recipes, and the best part is they’ll be on your table in minutes, leaving you plenty of time for last-minute shopping.