The Idealist Chef
Allegra's Eggplant Sauce for Pasta
Allegra's Homemade Falafel
Allegra's Pumpkin Cheesecake with Gingersnap Crust
Sara's No-Knead Bread (from Mark Bittman)
Allegra's Salted Caramel Sauce
Emily's Soft Polenta with Mixed Mushrooms and Gremolata
Matthew Schwartz's Grilled Tuna w/ Basil Pesto (after Giada De Laurentiis)
Alex's Chocolate Soylent
Kara's Berry Buckle (after Melissa Clark)
Bradley's Sweet Potato Pie
Matt Cifaldi's Chimichurri
Caroline's Red Lentil Coconut Curry
Denise's Pinterest Zucchini Shrimp Scampi
Andrea's Spinach and Artichoke Dip!
Karl's German Pancakes
Allegra's Eggplant Sauce for PastaSubmitted by: Allegra
It's an easy to make, hearty Italian dinner. I made it for the first time when I was homesick for mom's cooking and it's been in my arsenal ever since.
Allegra's Homemade FalafelSubmitted by: Allegra
I made this for my parent's anniversary present one year. Making falafel is a great way to impress company ;-)
Allegra's Pumpkin Cheesecake with Gingersnap CrustSubmitted by: Allegra
I make this every year for Thanksgiving. It started off as a fun addition and has turned into something my family requires. They won't hear of a Thanksgiving without it!
Sara's No-Knead Bread (from Mark Bittman)Submitted by: Mark Bittman
This is the best and easiest bread to make. Ever.
Emily's Soft Polenta with Mixed Mushrooms and GremolataSubmitted by: Emily
One of my favorite places in Jersey City makes a version of this for brunch. It's worth traveling for! I can picture Victoria whipping this up for a brunch.
Matthew Schwartz's Grilled Tuna w/ Basil Pesto (after Giada De Laurentiis)Submitted by: Giada De Laurentiis
Elena's SalmorejoSubmitted by: Elena
I love, love, love this easy soup from Andalusia. Easy, tasty and different than the famous gazpacho. A hidden gem from the Spanish cuisine.
Alex's Chocolate SoylentSubmitted by: Alex
It's the perfect quick meal for anyone who doesn't like cooking and isn't wild about food!
Kara's Berry Buckle (after Melissa Clark)Submitted by: Melissa Clark
An adaptation of a NYT recipe that makes a lovely brunch item or a light dessert. It's also flexible enough to take on most yummy fruits you have on hand.
Matt Cifaldi's ChimichurriI really like this sauce in the summer and on steaks or sausage sandwiches, but it's good on just plain bread too! I discovered this when living in Argentina, and it's super tasty. It reminds me of my time there. Good as a marinade too!
Caroline's Red Lentil Coconut CurrySubmitted by: Caroline
This is my favorite soup to make. Really hearty and flavorful.
Denise's Pinterest Zucchini Shrimp ScampiSubmitted by: Someone on Pinterest
In my efforts to try to eat less carbs and more veggies while still enjoying food, I found this recipe on Pinterest, bought a spiralizer to make the noodles, cooked it one day for my family and LOVED IT! Then I had to return to the spiralizer.
Andrea's Spinach and Artichoke Dip!Submitted by: Andrea
I discovered this recipe on my quest to find the best, low maintenance snacks for a SuperBowl party I was hosting. Such a lifesaver when you're having a bunch of people over and you need something quick and easy to tide over the hordes of hungries. It's also super easy to double the recipe for extra large crowds or an extra treat to enjoy on your own!
Karl's German PancakesSubmitted by: Patsy L. Jones & my mom
This is my favorite thing to make for new friends and boyfriends.
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