We Asked 25,000 Home Cooks for Their Trustiest Weeknight Dinners

This month, our Cookbook Club has been busy cooking through three books: our popular vote, Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking by Marcella Hazan; our moderator pick, POLPO: A Venetian Cookbook (Of Sorts) by Russell Norman; and our bonus year-long boo…

This month, our Cookbook Club has been busy cooking through three books: our popular vote, Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking by Marcella Hazan; our moderator pick, POLPO: A Venetian Cookbook (Of Sorts) by Russell Norman; and our bonus year-long book, Six Seasons: A New Way With Vegetables. But in between all that pasta and pizza and Parmesan-smothered eggplant, members are also cooking all sorts of weeknight wonders.

Curious to learn from their vast wealth of cooking know-how, I asked the club to share their go-to, trustiest weeknight dinner recipes. They chimed in with hundreds of tried-and-true dishes—and we’re sharing 25 of our favorites to help inspire you:

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Ingredient Spotlight: Masa and Masa Harina

Looking to make your own corn tortillas, sopes slathered with beans, or tamales? If so, then you need to have one ingredient on hand: masa or its dehydrated cousin, masa harina. It’s incredibly versatile, gluten-free, inexpensive, and delicio…

Looking to make your own corn tortillas, sopes slathered with beans, or tamales? If so, then you need to have one ingredient on hand: masa or its dehydrated cousin, masa harina. It’s incredibly versatile, gluten-free, inexpensive, and delicious.

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Gabriela Cámara’s Must-Have Tool for Cooking Authentic Mexican Food at Home

If you’re ready to step it up and start making more authentic Mexican food at home, there’s one piece of equipment you’ll want to buy! Continue reading “Gabriela Cámara’s Must-Have Tool for Cooking Authentic Mexican Food at Home” »

If you're ready to step it up and start making more authentic Mexican food at home, there's one piece of equipment you'll want to buy!

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Q & A with Gabriela Cámara

Gabriela Cámara is an international restaurateur and author of My Mexico City Kitchen: Recipes and Convictions. We interviewed her to discuss the popularity of the modern Mexican table, her position on sustainable food, and her commitment to …

Gabriela Cámara is an international restaurateur and author of My Mexico City Kitchen: Recipes and Convictions. We interviewed her to discuss the popularity of the modern Mexican table, her position on sustainable food, and her commitment to creating equitable work environments.

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Freekeh Vegetable Soup

Simple ingredients come together to make a deeply satisfying and nourishing soup. Freekeh, smoked wheat, adds a character and body while vegetables like kohlrabi, carrots, and zucchini boost the nutrition and flavor factor. Continue readin…

Simple ingredients come together to make a deeply satisfying and nourishing soup. Freekeh, smoked wheat, adds a character and body while vegetables like kohlrabi, carrots, and zucchini boost the nutrition and flavor factor.

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Ingredient Spotlight: Tahini

Tahini isn’t just for hummus! Add this creamy, slightly nutty, rich ingredient made from sesame seeds to granola and brownies or make a dressing, marinade, or sauce for roasted vegetables, salad, and grilled meats. Continue reading “Ingred…

Tahini isn't just for hummus! Add this creamy, slightly nutty, rich ingredient made from sesame seeds to granola and brownies or make a dressing, marinade, or sauce for roasted vegetables, salad, and grilled meats.

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Chewy Tahini Blondies

If you’re a fan of blondies, and you should be, look no further than these chewy, slightly nutty, and utterly indulgent blondies made with tahini. The recipe was created by Adeena Sussman, for her cookbook Sababa. Continue reading “Chewy T…

If you're a fan of blondies, and you should be, look no further than these chewy, slightly nutty, and utterly indulgent blondies made with tahini. The recipe was created by Adeena Sussman, for her cookbook Sababa.

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5 Specialty Kitchen Tools for Cooking Israeli Food at Home

Planning to cook more Israeli food at home? Then you may want an affordable specialty tool like a falafel mold or a couscous sifter (for authentic homemade couscous) to enhance the cooking experience! Here are 5 tools to consider. Continue …

Planning to cook more Israeli food at home? Then you may want an affordable specialty tool like a falafel mold or a couscous sifter (for authentic homemade couscous) to enhance the cooking experience! Here are 5 tools to consider.

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Q & A with Cookbook Author Adeena Sussman

Adeena Sussman has co-authored 11 cookbooks and published her first solo cookbook, the widely celebrated Sababa, in 2019. We sat down with the author to discuss the extraordinary multicultural beauty of Israeli cuisine. Continue reading “Q…

Adeena Sussman has co-authored 11 cookbooks and published her first solo cookbook, the widely celebrated Sababa, in 2019. We sat down with the author to discuss the extraordinary multicultural beauty of Israeli cuisine.

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