NYT Cooking: Like slow-cooked onions, slow-cooked cabbage takes on color, becoming meltingly tender and sweet. Because of the bulk of the potatoes, this gratin makes a satisfying vegetarian main dish, though it certainly works just as well as a side.
NYT Cooking: Braising potatoes, but one should. It's so easy, and yields the same comfort quotient of the mashed sort without all of the peeling, boiling and mashing. Onion, garlic and your choice of thyme or rosemary give them a little oomph. As with all potato dishes, don't forget to season well with salt.
NYT Cooking: This golden and glorious mash-up of potato gratin and Hasselback potatoes, from the acclaimed food science writer J. Kenji López-Alt, has been engineered to give you both creamy potato and singed edge in each bite