Oatmeal Date Cookies

Dates contribute a satisfying chew and rich butterscotch flavor to these oatmeal cookies. You'd be hard pressed to find a better oatmeal cookie recipe.

Author: Roxana Jullapat

Jam Crumb Cake

Author: Melissa Roberts

Fresh Fruit Tart With Almond Press In Crust

Eating fruit tarts is great. Rolling out dough on a brutally hot day isn't. Good thing this stunner has a no-fuss press-in crust.

Author: Chris Morocco

Cranberry Chess Pie

A popular Southern dessert said to originate in England, chess pie consists of staple ingredients: eggs, butter, and sugar, bound with cornmeal, flour, or both. While some recipes rely on tangy buttermilk...

Author: Sarah Jampel

Lemon Custard Pie

Author: Gina Marie Miraglia Eriquez

Easy Challah Bread

A six-ingredient, simple recipe for Challah bread.

Author: copetenn

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

Paska Bread

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

Author: Tiffany Leyda

Chocolate Mayonnaise Cake

Author: Matt Lewis

Crab Cakes

The verdict in the test kitchen was unanimous: When we order crab cakes in restaurants, these meaty beauties are what we want-not the bready hockey pucks that dot many menus around the country. Pair them...

Author: Ian Knauer

Classic White Cake Layers

The fine, moist crumb of this cake makes it perfect for any type of filling or frosting.

Author: Nick Malgieri

Apple Bundt Cake

Author: Amanda Denton

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

Chocolate Fondant

Author: Gordon Ramsay

Frisée Salad with Lardons and Poached Eggs

The secret to this take on salad lyonnaise is very fresh eggs. If the slab bacon you're using is particularly lean, add 1 tablespoon vegetable oil to the skillet when cooking.

Pisco Sour

Author: Ryan McGrale

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.

Corn and Bacon Pie

Author: Susan Reid

Chocolate Satin

This silky chocolate mousse is made without egg yolks which leaves the decadent dessert airier than other versions.

Author: Patricia Wells

Coconut Flan

Author: Julian Teixeira

Lemon Curd

A classic Lemon Curd recipe, made with lemon juice and zest, whole eggs, and butter. Use your lemon curd on scones, in yogurt, or between layers of meringue.

Julia's Caesar Salad

When Caesar Cardini first served his famous salad in the early 1920s, he used just the hearts of the romaine lettuce, the tender short leaves in the center, and he presented them whole. The salad was tossed...

Author: Julia Child

Moo Shu Pork

Author: Shirley Cheng

Diner Style Western Omelet

This ham, bell pepper, and onion-filled diner classic is also sometimes called a "Denver Omelet."

Author: Anna Stockwell

Asparagus and Fontina Quiche

Mild, buttery Fontina cheese is delightful paired with earthy asparagus, but if you can't find it, you can replace it with provolone, or use all Gruyère here.

Author: Joanna Gaines

Chocolate Pudding Pie

Setting the whipped cream with dissolved gelatin means it won't deflate or weep when chilled.

Author: Chris Morocco