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If you’re looking for a convenient weeknight grilled dish, look no further than a pack of boneless pork chops. If you also want them to be juicy and well browned, keep reading.
This French classic is neither a cake, nor a custard, nor a clafouti. But with a bit of culinary magic, it could be all three.
Don’t be fooled by its rich flavors and (gulp) homemade cheese. This Indian restaurant favorite is easy to pull off at home, and most of the ingredients are already in your pantry.
Meatloaf packed with bland, starchy fillers hardly deserves its name. Could we put the meatiness back in this American classic?
Slow-cooking in a rich tomato sauce produces uniquely supple green beans infused with big flavor. Could we keep the ultra-tender texture but shortcut the process?
To rescue this bread from mediocrity, start by taking the canned flavor out of the pumpkin.
Most fajitas are merely a bland, dry vehicle for the garnishes. We wanted chicken and vegetables that were truly worth eating.
Translating Thai street food into a quick weeknight dinner is easy—once you admit that most of what you thought you knew about stir-frying is wrong.
We wanted creamy, thick oatmeal without the usual 30 minutes of cooking—and we were prepared to challenge centuries of Scottish tradition to get it.
Usually tossed into a pile of greens, mild-mannered avocado sinks to the bottom of the bowl like an afterthought. We wanted it in the limelight.