12 asparagus spears 6 prosciutto slices Cut prosciutto strips in half lengthways. Wrap the bottom end of prosciutto over the asparagus start rolling in a spiral up, leaving tip exposed. Fry wrapped asparagus spears until prosciutto is brown and crispy.
Baking chocolate chip cookies using the Nestle Toll House cookie recipe on the back of the chocolate chip bag - in fact, I had it memorized so I really didn't need the bag. Only the semi-sweet morsels would do. Leaving out the nuts.
There's nothing more comforting than twice baked potatoes - unless you turn them into a casserole! This Twice Baked Potato Casserole has all your favorite flavors from a twice baked potato but in a deliciously fabulous casserole form - yum!
What these cinnamon rolls lack in bells and whistles, they make up for in butter and brown sugar. As classic as can be, they are also the ultimate make-ahead breakfast treat, because they can be assembled the night before baking.
Easy Taco Soup is packed with flavor, takes less than 30 minutes to make and there is a slow cooker version!
NYT Cooking: Somewhere between a lemon bar and a lemon pie lies this ultra tangy tart. "Tart" makes it sound difficult, but it's easier than you think: The rich filling requires zero cooking, and the crust is a simple shortbread that you just press into place. The already vibrant yellow filling gets an assist from a bit of ground turmeric. It's an ingredient that you won’t taste as much as you’ll see, but i...
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East 62nd Street Lemon Cake
NYT Cooking: Maida Heatter’s famous lemon cake first appeared in The Times in a 1970s feature highlighting a few of her best-loved cake recipes. This one was actually found by her daughter, Toni Evins Marks, who lived on East 62nd Street at the time. Ms. Marks, who went on to illustrate a number of Ms. Heatter's cookbooks, sent it to her mother. She tinkered with it and renamed it. The cake, which is tender...