Don’t be shy with the garnishes.
This recipe is so delicious, you’ll want to hide it from your creepy uncle.
Think your last Thanksgiving with your estranged uncle was bad? Try adding in the worst hangover of your life, an attack from an irate fur protester, and the loss of some crucial personal belongings.
These delicious potato croquettes are doused in an addictive creamy gouda sauce and topped with perfectly poached eggs.
Warm, walnut shortbread cookies.
Oh you fancy, huh? This steak is as easy as it gets, and is served with the perfect complements: a delicious black pepper sauce and roasted mushrooms.
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.
Cardamom, crunchy almonds, and powdered sugar take these cookies to the next level.
Whip up this morning-after-friendly feast of homemade bagels, beet-cured salmon, and more from Julia Ziegler-Haynes of ‘The Dinner Bell.’
Warm chocolate buckwheat pancakes drizzled with raspberry coulis and fresh whipped cream.
This refreshing jenever-based cocktail only contains four ingredients and takes a matter of seconds to make. What are you waiting for?
Julia heads to Amsterdam and cooks a brunch feast for a group of locals and expats, with locally inspired dishes like savory potato croquettes with Gouda sauce and chocolate buckwheat pancakes with berry coulis.
Inspired by the Mediterranean meze platter, Julia prepares a lunch for the staff of Brooklyn’s Saipua, with lamb kofta, spiced chickpeas, labneh, flatbread, and a ricotta cheesecake made with with sheep’s milk from the farm.
This beautiful cheesecake recipe is made with fresh sheep’s milk ricotta, a gorgeous fruit topping, and a pistachio crust.
These herb-packed lamb koftas are ready in just a few minutes. Eat them hot off the grill if you know what’s good for you.
We should probably warn you that these chickpeas, with a super-flavorful coating of toasted spices, are definitely addictive.
Seared blade steak with pepper sauce, purple cabbage salad, and “Crackeroons” are just some of the foods that host Julia makes for her photographer friend David Benjamin Sherry.
In addition to being super good for you, cabbage is delicious when tossed with blue cheese, hazelnuts, and a creamy dill dressing.
Julia collaborates with her good friends Ben Sinclair and Katja Blichfeld—the co-creators of Vimeo’s original series High Maintenance—on a brunch feast for their cast and crew. The spread of homemade bagels, beet-cured salmon, and a Bloody Mary bar all go down extra smoothly thanks to a vodka ice luge etched with a pot leaf.
Lox just got upgraded.
Making homemade bagels takes a little bit of patience, but is so worth it when your kitchen smells like heaven—and you get to taste them.
Crispy radicchio, golden beets, and bagna cauda.
No fear required here. Use your imagination to make the tastiest Bloody Mary of your dreams.
Julia links up with her boyfriend as he finishes up his tour with Beach House in Nova Scotia, where she forages for mussels and prepares a gorgeous local-fare-inspired feast.