25 Harvest-Inspired Recipes Showcasing Fall Vegetables
From acorn squash and pumpkin to cauliflower and turnips!
Chinese Chicken Dumplings
This recipe is made using the fry-steam-fry method, which results in beautifully cooked dumplings with a bit of crispy lattice on the bottom.
Traditionally, manti are made very small, though you can make larger versions — they’re just as delicious and will take less time to pull together.
Korean Kimchi Mandu
Mandu are usually made with strong-tasting kimchi. If you want your store-bought kimchi to ferment more, Jisun suggests leaving it out of the refrigerator for a day or two before making.
15+ Summer Baked Goods To Bring Comfort To Your Kitchen
These sweets are perfect for backyard lounging (social distancing style)!
Ask A Chef: Rigatoni Alla Bolognese
Chef Alessandro Vianello of Vancouver’s Ask for Luigi shares his recipe for Rigatoni alla Bolognese. Q: Having grown up in Italy, I never order pasta Bolognese abroad — it’s just not something you do. This New Year’s Eve, however, I decided to be daring: I ordered the Rigatoni…
Queer Eye’s Antoni Porowski Shares His Favorite Comfort Food
Discover six comforting recipes to whip up while you stay at home!
Jim’s Pi Pie
“During the seven wonderful, heart-opening years I spent with my former boyfriend, Joey, we marked each birthday with a celebratory sweet,” says Queer Eye‘s culinary expert, Antoni Porowski. “One year, his father, Jim, asked me to name my dream birthday dessert. I made it up on the spot: a salty…
Pork Chop Like At Kiki’s Taverna
“There’s a magical little taverna on the island of Mykonos that’s run single-handedly by a gentleman named Vassily,” says Queer Eye‘s culinary expert, Antoni Porowski. “To get there, you park your doorless Jimny rental 4×4 and walk down a path until you reach a little break in the hillside, and there is…
Braised Cabbage With Pears & Cumin
“Pears offer a nice change of pace from the usual apple in this dish, and I love the way their sweet, gritty texture half dissolves and cooks into the vinegar and cabbage juices,” says Queer Eye‘s culinary expert, Antoni Porowski. “This makes a great side for Pork Chop Like…
Roasted Carrots With Carrot-Top Pesto
“I love carrots pretty hard, and I really get off on figuring out uses for parts of an ingredient I might normally toss,” says Queer Eye‘s culinary expert, Antoni Porowski. “The ‘discovery’ of using carrot tops to make pesto (I’m not the first to think of it) is a great…
Southern Italian/Cold NYC Winter Salad
“Cutting the fennel as thin as humanly possible dials back some of the intensity of the anisey flavor, giving you more delicate but still crunchy strands of translucent goodness,” says Queer Eye‘s culinary expert, Antoni Porowski. “Chilling the citrus makes the salad extra refreshing.”…
3 Instagram-Worthy Eats From The New Cookbook, Vibrant & Pure
The debut cookbook from Adeline Waugh, creator of the popular Instagram account @vibrantandpure, proves that healthy foods can be beautiful, too. Gorgeous photos of these recipes will make you want to try holistic eating, if you’re not doing so already. The book offers 80 recipes, and many…
Try this Unicorn Toast recipe from the new cookbook, Vibrant & Pure. Ah, Unicorn Toast, the toast that launched an Instagram phenomenon. Whether people loved it or hated it, this toast was suddenly everywhere. Using beet juice, I had been dyeing everything pink that I could get…
Chili Passionfruit Salad
Try this Chili Passionfruit Salad recipe from the new cookbook, Vibrant & Pure. Fruit salad is a beloved classic, but it’s even better with a spicy kick. There’s just something about the juxtaposition of spicy and sweet that makes my taste buds happy — not to…
Coconut Bolognese With Zucchini Noodles
Try this Coconut Bolognese With Zucchini Noodles recipe from the new cookbook, Vibrant & Pure. Many years ago, I stumbled upon Marcella Hazan’s famous bolognese recipe in the New York Times, and I set out to emulate this famous twist sans dairy. For this recipe, you can…