This delectable rum punch from NYC’s Porchlight tastes so good that its generous potency sneaks up on you. And yeah, you’ll want seconds, thirds, and fourths.
Pimm’s Cups are the perfect summer drink because they’re as lovely to look at as they are to drink. Plus, they make great use of seasonal fruit as garnishes.
Making a great cheeseburger isn’t rocket science.
Let this bright green take on a white wine spritzer transport you to a time when your aunts wore floral denim shorts and talked about one day buying a beach house over bottles of Bartles & Jaymes.
Inspired by Northern Thai ingredients, this grilled shrimp recipe is easy to make and yields punchy, delicious flavors.
We resurrected the drink that New York shut down and made it taste even better.
Skip the bottled stuff and make your own.
You think you know good French toast, but you have no idea until you’ve tasted this.
Basil, mozzarella, tomatoes, balsamic, and olive oil go together beautifully. Even better if the olive oil has a special infusion.
Think classic eggplant Parmesan, but with a wonderful kick courtesy of Summit Star Flower.
Lemon meringue pie is incredible and cheesecake is delicious, so when you add them together it’s bound to be fantastic.
Think of it as a gourmet spin on the classic lox and bagel with cream cheese.
This delicious dish is a mix of several cultures. The buns are Chinese-influenced, but then we have really Korean sauces and braised pork and jalapeños like in the US.
This dashi recipe makes the perfect base for Japanese soups. Add any of your favorite vegetables or meats, all at once, and simmer away. You can season with soy or miso to taste.
It’s your Monday and you can cry if you want to—just do it with a tasty drink in hand that matches your sorrowful goodbye to the weekend. We love you, gin.
Enjoy this classic risotto, courtesy of cannabis queen Aurora Leveroni, a.k.a. Nonna Marijuana.
This drink gets its name from its trio of sour ingredients: lemon, yogurt whey, and sour beer. But don’t worry—it will make you smile.
There is no fresher, more delightful dessert than ripe berries with homemade whipped cream and crunchy macadamia nuts, topped with lemon zest and a sprinkle of salt.
Bread-baking is intimidating to some, what with the kneading and the rising. But this recipe is so simple, anyone can do it. Plus, it’s really, really tasty.
Andy Milonakis and Cat Cora were feeling Greek when they devised this semi-homemade soup that combines classic Campbell’s Chicken Noodle with lamb offal.
Just do it.
Don’t be thrown off by its name—green chicken is a super-fresh, super-delicious dish of meaty drumsticks marinated in a fresh, herbaceous sauce.
This 1,000-year-old Berber recipe for spicy, savory-sweet mahjoun—Moroccan hash jam—is “the most legendary of all psychoactive confections.”
These crispy, spicy, savory, and slightly sweet broccoli bites prove that deep-fried food doesn’t have to be a gut bomb.