Savory, warming miso soup is a Japanese mainstay, commonly enjoyed for breakfast alongside rice, eggs, fish, and pickles.
Shepherd’s pie is a hearty British dish of savory ground lamb studded with onions, carrots, and peas and cooked beneath a golden mashed potato crust.
This vegetarian pad Thai gets its tangy-sweet flavor and flush of heat from a sauce made with tamarind pulp, soy sauce, brown sugar, and Sriracha.
This hearty homemade potato soup owes its richness to plenty of melted cheddar cheese and a topping of crispy bacon.
Turn soaked sunflower seeds into a creamy dressing for smashed chickpeas with onions, celery, capers, and dill, then stuff into pita pockets for an easy, delicious vegan sandwich.
Vegan macaroni and cheese that’s creamy, comforting, and truly satisfying? Yes, it's actually possible.
Roasted squash and mushrooms are the perfect building blocks for a week's worth of lunches. Here they're used as a taco filling for whole wheat tortillas.
Skip the plastic baggies. Send your kid back to school with the coolest—and most eco-friendly—snack bags.
Faced with an oversupply of zucchini, I did as I often do in this situation and fired up the grill. A dressing anchored by preserved lemon paste delivers a layer of acidity that zucchini thrives upon.
Charred zucchini pairs particularly well with sharp flavors; here it’s matched by the deep savory notes of preserved-lemon paste and the tang of creamy feta.
This pantry staple is the key to a delicious dinner.
There is something really good about crunchy lettuce and a bright shallot dressing filled with the flavor of dried oregano completed by creamy feta.
Growing up, I ate these quick-cooking chicken kebabs with whatever we had on hand. Feel free to do the same—but stuffing them in a brioche hot dog bun is always a winning combo.
The grilled veg pairs harmoniously with the creamy egg salad, which you can make as herbaceous as you wish.
Smoky, subtly sweet grilled broccoli feels luxurious served on a bed of creamy egg salad, turning this dish into a satisfying, comforting main meal.
Potatoes and chickpeas are the perfect vehicle for soaking up salty-sweet yogurt, spicy chutneys, crispy sev, and chaat masala.
A crisp lettuce leaf is worth more than an afterthought draped over a mountain of other sandwich fillings—especially when you pickle it first.