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Challah I

Traditional egg bread for the Jewish Sabbath. You can add 1 cup raisins or golden raisins to the dough just before shaping and then make the loafs into round braids for Rosh Hashanah.

Author: Joan Callaway

Basic Muffins

What could be nicer than warm classic but basic muffins in a napkin on the morning breakfast table? And they are so quick and easy to make, particularly since the ingredients are only lightly mixed, not...

Author: Marion Cunningham

Key Lime Pie

This recipe is modified from the classic one found on many condensed milk and Key lime juice labels; we've added additional lime juice for more tartness.

Crème Anglaise

An easy Crème Anglaise recipe.

Brioche

A fresh brioche can be served with jelly or other preserves to accompany tea or coffee, or with pate or hors d'oeuvre. The tops of the small ones can easily be pulled away, giving space for a sweet or...

Author: MC

Basic Clafoutis

Author: John Besh

Yaka Mein

Author: Cynthia LeJeune Nobles

Nonna's Biscotti

Author: Toni Oltranti

Classic Potato Pancakes

This is the classic latke, made with little more than grated potatoes and onions, with egg and flour for binding.

Author: Andrew Friedman

Potica

This is a wonderful bread from Slovenia with a sweet, nutty filling. Due to the spelling and pronunciation (paw-tee'-tzah) it's very hard to find the recipe.

Author: Vicky Bryant

Bread Pudding with Spiced Rum Sauce

Bread Pudding with Spiced Rum Sauce "During a visit to Biloxi, Mississippi, I had dinner at The Seafood Buffet in the Grand Casino," Brenda Hill of Ann Arbor, Michigan. "The bread pudding was served with...

Crispy Fish Sandwich

This recipe has all the makings for your new favorite classic fish sandwich: Crispy fried white flounder fillets enveloped in two thick slices of white bread, piled high with iceberg lettuce, pickles,...

Author: Molly Baz

Bread Pudding with Warm Bourbon Sauce

This signature dessert from New Orleans is a classic Creole dish.

Our Favorite Meatloaf

This ultimate meatloaf recipe took rounds and rounds of testing to get just right. Our final version incorporates an ideal blend of seasoned ground beef and pork, aromatics, and breadcrumbs and bakes in...

Author: Rhoda Boone

Basic Babka

This Jewish treat is a hybrid of sweet roll, swirl bread, and coffee cake. It's a sweet yeast dough that you roll out, fill, and roll up like a jelly roll, then cut, twist, and bake in a loaf pan. Don't...

Author: Nicholio

Puffed Apple Pancake

This breakfast treat rises like Yorkshire pudding and has the texture of a classic baked pancake. Sprinkle powdered sugar over the pancake after it's baked, if you like.

Caesar Salad

Nailing this misunderstood classic (no, we don't want grilled chicken) is all about restraint and, yes, anchovies.

Author: Sue Li

Bread Machine Challah I

Easy recipe for challah or egg bread using a bread machine. I use the light setting on my bread machine.

Author: Suzy

Triple Chocolate Cookies

A quick and east recipe for Triple-Chocolate Cookies

Author: Tom Douglas

Anise Almond Biscotti

Author: Janet Mercuri

Chocolate Babka

Of all of the breads I've baked, my friends love this one the most. It's soft and moist, and the chocolate just melts in your mouth when you bite into a slice. I hope you'll like it as much as we do!

Author: Lilia

A Number One Egg Bread

This makes all other egg breads look weak. I learned the recipe from two older ladies in Hawaii. This makes the best bread pudding and french toast imaginable. Try cutting it in chunks and dipping it in...

Author: Kevin Ryan

Joe's Special

Author: Cheryl Alters Jamison

Classic Omelette

Classic French Omelette

Carbonara (Guanciale, Egg, and Pecorino Romano)

Use the best, freshest eggs you can find, and don't even think of making this dish with eggs from stressed-out battery chickens. You can taste the difference. If you can find real guanciale, so much the...

Author: Oretta Zanini De Vita

Lemon Coconut Bars

Classic lemon bars with a touch of coconut.

Chicken à la King

Among the many stories regarding the origins of this dish, the one we deemed "most likely, and most likely to succeed" came to us in 1944. E. Clarke King of Dayton, Ohio, sent us "the original recipe,"...

Ricotta Filled Ravioli (Ravioli di Ricotta)

This recipe is part of the Epicurious Online Cooking School, in partnership with the Culinary Institute of America. To watch it being made, and to learn how to make other Italian classics, check out the...

Author: Gianni Scappin

Classic Crème Brûlée

We prefer turbinado sugar, a slightly refined sugar, for the topping, because it melts easily and forms a crisp, easily shattered cover.

Author: Gourmet Test Kitchen

Alsace Onion Tart

For decades, the restaurant Lutèce-with chef André Soltner behind the stove-was the pinnacle of French cuisine in New York City. Soltner's Alsace onion tart, one of the best we've ever tasted, was the...

Apple Matzoh Kugel

Author: Abigail Kirsch

Babka I

Traditional Polish Easter bread. Serve as a coffee cake for breakfast or with tea. The recipe makes 3 large loaves.

Author: JJOHN32

Classic Tiramisu

This recipe is part of the Epicurious Online Cooking School, in partnership with the Culinary Institute of America. To watch it being made, and to learn how to make other Italian classics, check out the...

Author: Gianni Scappin

Paska Bread

This traditional Polish egg bread is wonderfully light with a slightly sweet flavor.

Author: Tiffany Leyda

Béarnaise Sauce

Béarnaise and steak are a match made in heaven, but this sauce has a few other divine uses. Try it spooned over poached eggs or spread over roast fish.

Author: Jean Touitou

Mochi Cake, Any Way You Want It

Gooey-bouncy on the inside and crispy-chewy on the outside, mochi cake is a texture we just can't get enough of. Made from glutinous sweet rice flour, it's naturally gluten-free, and this version can even...

Author: Anna Stockwell

Make Ahead Crispy Chicken Cutlets

This is hands down the easiest way to always have delicious chicken cutlets at the ready to feed your family at a moment's notice-no messy dredging or frying required!

Author: Anna Stockwell

Most Amazing Challah

I made up my own Challah that is amazing! I have tried countless combinations to finally get it right. It uses quick rise yeast to save you a bunch of time. Enjoy!

Author: Palsar7

Cobb Salad

Like many recipes, Cobb salad evolved as a solution to a rather mundane problem. In the late 1920s, Bob Cobb, manager of the original Brown Derby in Hollywood, California, was becoming tired of his daily...

Easy Challah Bread

A six-ingredient, simple recipe for Challah bread.

Author: copetenn

Classic Beef Meatballs

Here they are-the top sellers at The Shop and sure to be a big hit at home. Most traditional meatball recipes call for Parmesan or pecorino cheese. While we're big fans of these stronger cheeses, we prefer...

Author: Daniel Holzman