These little anise-flavored cookies have their roots in midwestern Mennonite communities and are perfect served with a strong cup of coffee or black tea.
These cinnamon rolls are a mouth-full in more ways than one (ba-dum-ch)! Alright, alright—kidding aside—cinnamon rolls have long been one of my favorite cooking projects, and these are the absolute best I've ever made.
Whether you're looking for a weeknight meal or dinner party centerpiece, this succulent pork tenderloin comes together in less than an hour and is superbly balanced with umami miso, sweet and nutty maple, and bitter Dijon mustard.
Put country-style pork ribs and frozen Hatch green chiles on your grocery list—this is my go-to green chili recipe that is super simple, but beyond tasty.
There are a lot of outstanding ice creams in the freezer aisle, but you won't find one like this. It checks all the boxes for a delightful warm-weather treat: creamy, tangy, sweet, citrusy. The best part? You can totally make it without an ice cream machine.
Ever wondered what a cauldron cake would look like? Me too! I made blackberry cauldrons, filled with Felix Felicis (AKA lemon curd). "Pretty cute" is an understatement for these little cakes, trust me.
My slow cooker comes out the minute temperatures dip below 40 degrees. This is a comforting stew that takes only a few minutes to toss together. It's the perfect thing to make on a relaxed Sunday.
When I read the Harry Potter books, I was always SO curious to know what pumpkin juice would taste like. So I made some! It has a secret ingredient that, honestly, makes so much sense.
Pumpkin pasties might be the most iconic treat from Harry Potter (after butterbeer). Here are two versions: curried roasted pumpkin and sweet ginger pumpkin puree.
Here's a secret: when I need a quick veggie or last minute potluck dinner side, this is what I make. Packed with citrus, umami, and ginger flavors, it's always a hit.