I’ll be honest with you, I haven’t cooked much this week—hardly at all, actually. One night I was struck with a sudden, random craving for a poké bowl; another, it was chicken tikka masala. (On both occasions, I turned to my friend Seamless, the takeout delivery app, for instant gratification.) Two of my friends were also visiting from out of town the last few days, and their primary agenda was to do everything but cook in my tiny NYC apartment.

Next week, though, I’m ready to get back in the groove and into my kitchen. I plan on starting off with Martha Stewart’s one-pan pasta—it’s so quick, so easy, and has a little bit of kick to it, which I love. Once hump day rolls around, I’ll probably treat myself to some oven-fried chicken, maybe with a side of perfect pan-roasted potatoes.

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Perfectly tender chicken, a quick pasta with a hint of lemon, the kind of cake you could eat every day for a whole week and not get bored: These are the dishes we’re in the mood for right now. How do we know that? Those recipes, including a Genius lemon buttermilk cake and Amanda Hesser’s mother’s oven-fried chicken, have been sweeping the competition on Food52 all month long—and rightfully so. Test-kitchen approved, they have that extra something special that makes them widely beloved.

Some of these recipes are simple dishes that require minimal prep while others, like the pecan cake, will take about a day of prep including inactive refrigeration time. But the end result is, in the words of one reviewer, “magnificent.”

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Welcome to Recipe Off-Roading, where the recipe isn’t in charge—you are. In this series of articles, we’re celebrating how cooks take liberties in the kitchen, whether that’s substituting an ingredient, adapting a technique, or doubling the salt (because you’re wild like that). So buckle up and let’s go for a ride.


We have almost 50,000 recipes on Food52, which is probably why you’re here. Maybe you’re looking for your new favorite dinner (for me, it’s quinoa quiche). Or maybe you’re pulling up that spaghetti you’ve made 17 times. Either way, I have a favor to ask:

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It wasn’t long ago that recipes called cauliflower an underrated vegetable. Take this one by David Tanis, published in The New York Times in 2014: “Cauliflower,” he wrote, “is perhaps the least appreciated member of the large family of cruciferous vegetables.”

These days, though? It’s just the opposite.

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I’ll level with you. As much as I like to spend hours tinkering with a complicated recipe every now and then (I once lost an entire weekend to these Parisian macarons), the majority of the time I crave fast and easy dishes that still deliver tons of flavor.

That’s where the reliable 30-minute meal comes in. The 30-minute meal embodies everything I believe in: quick, simple, and inherently smart. Endlessly useful.

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Let’s play a game—you name a dish, I’ll name a potato recipe to go with. Meatloaf? Mashed potatoes. Roast chicken? Roasted potatoes. Cheeseburger? French fries. Scrambled eggs? Home fries.

We could be here all day.

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Our 10 Most Popular Egg Recipes—for Morning, Noon & Night

Our 10 Most Popular Egg Recipes—for Morning, Noon & Night

My perfect morning starts with a cup of coffee, toast, and two soft-boiled eggs. There’s something so wonderful about the contrast of creamy, silky yolks and crispy sourdough (the coffee’s just there to wake me up). And when I finally get home after a long day at the office, a last-minute fried egg atop sautéed greens and pasta makes for a speedy, satisfying dinner.

Yes, eggs can do it all. Whether you’re a fan of crispy quiches, bite-sized devils, or fluffy clouds, eggs are there for you, ready and waiting to fill you up from sunrise to sunset.

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Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

Roasted Pumpkin Seeds
Don’t throw away the pumpkin seeds from your pumpkin! Roast them for a delicious healthy Halloween snack.

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Food52
Our 10 Most Popular Egg Recipes for Morning, Noon & Night

Our 10 Most Popular Egg Recipes for Morning, Noon & Night

My perfect morning starts with a cup of coffee, toast, and two soft-boiled eggs. There’s something so wonderful about the contrast of creamy, silky yolks and crispy sourdough (the coffee’s just there to wake me up). And when I finally get home after a long day at the office, a last-minute fried egg atop sautéed greens and pasta makes for a speedy, satisfying dinner.

Yes, eggs can do it all. Whether you’re a fan of crispy quiches, bite-sized devils, or fluffy clouds, eggs are there for you, ready and waiting to fill you up from sunrise to sunset.

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Ginger-Soy Steamed Salmon with Spicy Maple Sauce

Ginger-Soy Steamed Salmon with Spicy Maple Sauce
In this installment of Eat Your Food! from our writer Nick Evans, he feeds his kids sGinger-Soy Steamed Salmon with Spicy Maple Sauce. Regardless of whether you have tiny mouths to feed, this cooks quickly in a steamer basket and makes for a well-rounded, flavorful dinner.

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Serious Eats
15 Savory Hanukkah Recipes to Light Up Every Night

15 savory recipes to make every night of Hanukkah a delicious celebration.
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