Pure Potato Latkes Recipe
NYT Cooking: Perfect for Hanukkah or any time of year, these latkes bring out the pure flavor of potato, because that is basically the only ingredient in them. Making latkes can be a last-minute nightmare, with overeager cooks putting too many patties in hot oil, thus taking longer to fry and resulting in a greasy mess. But these can be prepared in advance. This recipe, adapted from the chef Nathaniel Wade ...
Onion Tart Recipe
NYT Cooking: The chef André Soltner served this classic warm onion tart almost every day for 43 years at Lutèce, his world-famous restaurant in New York City. It was for a whole generation the pinnacle of elegant French cuisine in the United States, and yet the tart is straightforward and uncomplicated, rustic and refined all at once. Let the onions slowly caramelize — don’t hasten the cooking by jacking up...
Chef John's Syracuse Salt Potatoes Recipe
"Not only is this Syracuse salt potatoes recipe one of the most delicious ways to cook baby spuds, it's also one of the most interesting. I generally don't like when people watch me cook their food, you know, in case anything gets dropped (#5secondrule), but these are kind of fun to do in front of guests; just to see that look of shock in their eyes, as you dump in all that salt."
Anita Lo's Roasted and Pickled Radish Tacos Recipe on Food52
These vegetarian (and easily made vegan) tacos come together quickly, even with a homemade salsa and pickled radishes for garnish, with Anita Lo's smart recipe.
Chaat Masala Potatoes with Yogurt and Tamarind
This dish is inspired by aloo chaat, an Indian street-food that has many regional variations, all of which are not for the fainthearted because they are loaded with sweet and sour and a fair bit of crunch.
Whipped Hummus With Roasted Carrots & Za’atar Oil From Hetty McKinnon Recipe on Food52
Turn chickpeas with their aquafaba into the lightest oil-free hummus. Hetty McKinnon adds roasted carrots & za'atar oil for a quick vegetarian dinner.