Two fall favorites in one surprisingly light and flavorful soup.
Author: Rachel Rappaport
Yorkshire parkin is the Northern English form of gingerbread made with oats and black treacle.
This is celery-scented comfort in a casserole.
Challah mix and homemade fresh fig jam make for an easy, delicious bread.
Cheddar and zucchini are a classic combination. Here they are given a fresh sprinkle of chives, buttery cracker crumbs and some smoky flavors.
Cobbler isn’t just for peaches! Drop biscuits top this savory mix of tomatoes, corn, and basil for a hearty side or light main.
A great way to use up odds and ends of summer produce.
Fresh mint and a subtle touch of vanilla butter make this simple but delicious drizzle cake stand out.
Cozy comfort food with a hint of spice! Salsa in the rice adds a ton of flavor and is an easy way to add a vegetable to a one skillet meal.
Inspired by regional favorite black bottom cupcakes, this bundt cake features a rich, dark chocolate cake and a swirl of chocolate chip studded cheesecake filling.