Our 10 Most Popular New Recipes in June

In the past month, spring turned into summer, and it reached 115°F in Portland, Oregon. But how? And why? We also launched Drinks52! Which means you can pour a refreshing Tepache or Salty Dog to accompany any of June’s most popular new recipes. Stay co…

In the past month, spring turned into summer, and it reached 115°F in Portland, Oregon. But how? And why? We also launched Drinks52! Which means you can pour a refreshing Tepache or Salty Dog to accompany any of June’s most popular new recipes. Stay cool.

10. Turmeric Fish Balls With Peanut Sauce & So Many Herbs

The secret to these fish balls from Sohla El-Waylly? A panade, “aka a mixture of starch and liquid that gets kneaded into minced meat.” Read all about it here.

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Our 10 Most Popular New Recipes in May

What recipes are you looking forward to right now? For me, it’s these Curry Potato Buns (I mean, just look at them) from WoonHeng Chia and this Toast Frittata (toast! frittata!) from Rebecca Firkser. But maybe you’re looking forward to takeout more tha…

What recipes are you looking forward to right now? For me, it’s these Curry Potato Buns (I mean, just look at them) from WoonHeng Chia and this Toast Frittata (toast! frittata!) from Rebecca Firkser. But maybe you’re looking forward to takeout more than anything else. I get it. Cooking fatigue is a thing, and honestly, I’ve never felt it more than I have these past few months. Luckily though? We have an armload of new recipes that are just about impossible not to crave. Here are our most popular ones from the past month.

10. Mom’s Portuguese Rice

This highly craveable recipe from Dan Pelosi is “a perfect one-pot situation,” he writes, “and very much a ‘mom’ recipe, which is probably why we ate it so often.”

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Our 10 Most Popular New Recipes in April

April showers bring great dinners? Indeed. Though the top two recipes are sweet treats (you’ll see), this month was full of savory knockouts, like slurpable noodles, a speedy-as-heck sandwich, and extra-lemony rice that goes with anything. Take a strol…

April showers bring great dinners? Indeed. Though the top two recipes are sweet treats (you’ll see), this month was full of savory knockouts, like slurpable noodles, a speedy-as-heck sandwich, and extra-lemony rice that goes with anything. Take a stroll through our most popular new recipes below, then let us know what you’re cooking up these days.

10. Moqueca-Inspired Egg Stew

A cozy vegetarian stew “perfect for nights when you want something warming and comforting yet still light and bright in flavor,” writes EmilyC.

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Our 10 Most Popular New Recipes in March

I’m not sad to say goodbye to March. I’ll take April any day instead. The asparagus, the strawberries, the shell peas, the sunscreen. And yet! Our most popular new recipes from March slapped, every single one. Take a gander below, then let us know in t…

I’m not sad to say goodbye to March. I’ll take April any day instead. The asparagus, the strawberries, the shell peas, the sunscreen. And yet! Our most popular new recipes from March slapped, every single one. Take a gander below, then let us know in the comments—which will you make first?

10. Double Chocolate Weed Brownies

First stop: this guide on homemade cannabutter from edibles expert Vanessa Lavorato. Second stop: her extra-chocolatey weed brownies (or, if you’re in a savory mood, her ranch-dusted popcorn).

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Our 10 Most Popular Recipes in February

February is the last full month of winter (huzzah!), which means our food was heavy on the comfort, much like a heated weighted blanket. These are the 10 new recipes that our community click-click-clicked on the most; 70 percent are sweet treats, from …

February is the last full month of winter (huzzah!), which means our food was heavy on the comfort, much like a heated weighted blanket. These are the 10 new recipes that our community click-click-clicked on the most; 70 percent are sweet treats, from peanut butter cookies to cinnamon rolls, a statistic I’m pretty giddy about. So grab a glass of oat milk and let’s get started.

10. Miso Peanut Butter Cookies With Sesame & Chocolate

“These cookies have a lot going on, and that’s a good thing,” writes contributor Kiera Wright-Ruiz. Funky miso? Check. Gooey peanut butter? Check. Crunchy black sesame? Check. Melty pools of dark chocolate that I would like to dive into? Check.

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