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NYT Cooking: For home cooks, the most useful recipe is the one that lets you feed many tastes with a single dish. This one starts out small -- pasta with butter and cheese -- but can be expanded with pine nuts, lemon zest, brown butter, bacon and herbs into something satisfying.This kind of "modular" meal, which everyone at the table can add to or subtract from, is a great family dinner solution. You prepar...

pasta with butter and cheese -- but can be expanded with pine nuts, lemon zest, brown butter, bacon and herbs into something satisfying.

Vegetables are an essential part of a healthy low-carb diet, but sometimes we’re stuck with decisions we might regret later. Some vegetables are high in sugar and don’t cut it nutritionally – so we need to weed them out. Make sure to be careful when eating vegetables as their carb counts do add up quickly. …

Vegetables are an essential part of a healthy low-carb diet. Make sure to be careful when eating vegetables as their carb counts do add up quickly.

NYT Cooking: Who knows who first mixed soy sauce and butter and discovered the pleasures the combination provides. Try the mixture on warm white rice, a steaming pile of greens or an old sneaker – regardless, the taste is a sublime velvet of sweet and salty, along with a kind of pop we call umami, a fifth taste beyond sweet, sour, bitter and salty. Soy butter provides warmth and luxury, elegance without pom...

NYT Cooking: Who knows who first mixed soy sauce and butter and discovered the pleasures the combination provides. Try the mixture on warm white rice, a steaming pile of greens or an old sneaker – regardless, the taste is a sublime velvet of sweet and salty, along with a kind of pop we call umami, a fifth taste beyond sweet, sour, bitter and salty. Soy butter provides warmth and luxury, elegance without pom...

NYT Cooking: For a special occasion with a sweetheart, sharing a simple, luxurious dinner at home is even better than going to a restaurant. Splurge on a cut like rib-eye or tenderloin and open a great bottle of wine. It’s a simple, no-fuss endeavor, yet very special.

NYT Cooking: For a special occasion with a sweetheart, sharing a simple, luxurious dinner at home is even better than going to a restaurant. Splurge on a cut like rib-eye or tenderloin and open a great bottle of wine. It’s a simple, no-fuss endeavor, yet very special.

NYT Cooking: This classic recipe appeared in a 1963 Times article by Craig Claiborne about the increasing popularity of beef stroganoff (the article featured not one, but two slightly different recipes for the dish.) Mr. Claiborne reported that “the meat-and-cream dish is of Russian provenance, likely named for a noted Russian gourmet, Count Paul Stroganoff, a dignitary in the court of Czar Alexander III.” ...

NYT Cooking: This classic recipe appeared in a 1963 Times article by Craig Claiborne about the increasing popularity of beef stroganoff (the article featured not one, but two slightly different recipes for the dish.) Mr. Claiborne reported that “the meat-and-cream dish is of Russian provenance, likely named for a noted Russian gourmet, Count Paul Stroganoff, a dignitary in the court of Czar Alexander III.” ...

Need a new veggie side to serve with dinner? Try these simple baked tomatoes with a melted parmesan topping!

Need a new veggie side to serve with dinner? Try these simple baked tomatoes with a melted parmesan topping!

This Slow Cooker Garlic Parmesan Chicken Stew is bound to be your new favorite winter comfort food! It’s hearty, creamy, cheesy and loaded with vegetables! The crockpot makes it an easy weeknight meal. Includes a how-to recipe video | crock pot | easy recipe | healthy recipe | comfort food

This Slow Cooker Garlic Parmesan Chicken Stew is bound to be your new favorite winter comfort food! It’s hearty, creamy, cheesy and loaded with vegetables! The crockpot makes it an easy weeknight meal. Includes a how-to recipe video crock pot easy rec

Ditch the canned spaghetti sauce for this flavorful, beefy, homemade spaghetti meat sauce. Only takes a few minutes  to prepare and then let it simmer for amazing flavor. Serve over pasta noodles with some garlic bread for a delicious dinner that will please everyone.

Ditch the canned spaghetti sauce for this flavorful, beefy, homemade spaghetti meat sauce. Only takes a few minutes to prepare and then let it simmer for amazing flavor. Serve over pasta noodles with some garlic bread for a delicious dinner that will ple

NYT Cooking: This recipe came to The Times in a 2004 article about Elaine Kaufman, the founder and proprietress of the famed New York restaurant and celebrity hot spot that bore her name and where this dish was served. There is nothing fancy or complicated about it – it's glorified macaroni and cheese, really – but it is delicious and deeply satisfying. (Fun fact: Jackie O was a fan.)

There is nothing fancy or complicated about this luxurious pasta dish – it's glorified macaroni and cheese, really – but it is delicious and deeply satisfying. (Fun fact: Jackie O was a fan.) (Photo: Craig Lee for The New York Times)

NYT Cooking: Soup doesn't have to be loaded with meat to be deeply satisfying. This one from Mary McCartney, devoted vegetarian, cookbook author and a daughter of Paul, is proof of that fact. Quinoa adds a lovely bit of texture, and beans – practically any variety will do – add heft and a wonderful creaminess as they break down in the broth. This recipe begs to be tampered with, so feel free to add more bea...

NYT Cooking: Soup doesn't have to be loaded with meat to be deeply satisfying. This one from Mary McCartney, devoted vegetarian, cookbook author and a daughter of Paul, is proof of that fact. Quinoa adds a lovely bit of texture, and beans – practically any variety will do – add heft and a wonderful creaminess as they break down in the broth. This recipe begs to be tampered with, so feel free to add more bea...

Instant Pot Ground Beef Recipes

Instant Pot Ground Beef Recipes