Braciole

A rus­tic South­ern Italy com­fort food with three of my favorite fea­tures: It’s easy; you have a lot of time to hang out with fam­i­ly while it sim­mers; and it makes the house smell great!

Toad in the Hole

The lat­est in a series of deli­cious British recipes that sound revolting!

Corn Ribs

So good you’ll be cobsmacked!

Irish Soda Bread

I have no idea why this recipe uses both but­ter and mar­garine. I’ve tried replac­ing the mar­garine with more but­ter, though, and it was­n’t as good as it is with both. Sláinte!

Fluffy Scrambled Eggs

You know how when you go to a din­er or deli, the omelettes or scram­bled eggs are all pret­ty and fluffy? How do they do that? Sim­ple: By sum­mon­ing demons, which I don’t rec­om­mend. Here’s a safer way to make fluffy eggs yourself.

Chateaubriand

Take it from Sam Elliott and Han­ni­bal Lecter: You can’t go wrong with chateaubriand.

Yer Basic 8‑Yolk Pasta Dough

Tired of karaoke pas­ta? Here’s how to pro­mote your pas­ta from a resound­ing “meh” to GREAT pasta!

Garlic PAMERZAM! Shaving Cream

How about some spuds so smooth and creamy you can’t decide whether to eat ’em or shave with ’em?

Rosemary Focaccia

Focac­cia means “flat bread” in Ital­ian. Sor­ry if you were look­ing for a com­pli­cat­ed back story.

Spatchcocked Turkey

If you’re a hor­ror movie fan you’ll love this recipe: By the time you get the turkey in the oven, your kitchen will look like Jef­frey Dahmer’s apartment.