3 Easy Dinner Recipes Featuring Eggs, Eggs, & More Eggs

Eggs are a one-minute, emergency dinner—fry an egg, plop on toast, squiggle with ketchup or hot sauce—but they can be so much more without a ton of effort on your part.

My new cookbook, I Dream of Dinner (So You Don’t Have To), has an entire chapter d…

Eggs are a one-minute, emergency dinner—fry an egg, plop on toast, squiggle with ketchup or hot sauce—but they can be so much more without a ton of effort on your part.

My new cookbook, I Dream of Dinner (So You Don't Have To), has an entire chapter devoted to dinners built on eggs. That’s how much I depend on, believe in, and love eggs. Each chapter in my book organizes the recipes further by the techniques used to turn the main ingredient into dinner. That way, you have the moves that’ll get you dinner, even when following a recipe is just not happening tonight.

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9 Bevs & Bites to Toast the End of Summer

We’ve teamed up with Patrón Tequila for an end-of-summer lineup you won’t want to miss (psst: there are cocktails involved). Their handcrafted tequilas—like smooth Patrón Reposado—make for highly sippable beverages that’ll help you savor the season.

We’ve teamed up with Patrón Tequila for an end-of-summer lineup you won’t want to miss (psst: there are cocktails involved). Their handcrafted tequilas—like smooth Patrón Reposado—make for highly sippable beverages that’ll help you savor the season.


The end of summer is upon us (doesn’t it seem to go by more quickly every year?). And while the days are still long and the weather’s still warm, we can’t think of a better time to head outside for a barbecue or throw a last-minute dinner party. With just a few good recipes for simple, grillable dishes (meaty and vegetarian!) and little- or no-cooking-required salads, the food’s covered and you can think about the drinks.

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Our 52 Best Zucchini Recipes of All Time

On its own, zucchini is a relatively humble ingredient—especially compared to its more popular summer produce peers (see: juicy heirloom tomatoes, sweet corn on the cob, or richly-colored eggplant). But what zucchini lacks in pizzazz, it makes up for …

On its own, zucchini is a relatively humble ingredient—especially compared to its more popular summer produce peers (see: juicy heirloom tomatoes, sweet corn on the cob, or richly-colored eggplant). But what zucchini lacks in pizzazz, it makes up for in versatility and adaptability. We have recipes for savory pies and galettes to breakfast-approved quick breads. And that’s not to mention tons of hearty mains (pasta or paella, anyone?) and potluck-ready sides.

Here are our 52 favorite zucchini recipes—so no matter how you plan on using up your extra summer squash, you’ve got plenty of options.

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The Salad of Peak Summer Is California Fattoush

Fattoush is one of the bright, simple joys of summer: Tomatoes spill sunshine, pita shards and cucumbers take turns showing off their snap, sumac puckers, and mint and parsley cool, often, in a single bite.

But at her restaurant Reem’s California, che…

Fattoush is one of the bright, simple joys of summer: Tomatoes spill sunshine, pita shards and cucumbers take turns showing off their snap, sumac puckers, and mint and parsley cool, often, in a single bite.

But at her restaurant Reem’s California, chef Reem Assil keeps the peak experience of this staple Arab salad alive year-round. “The medley of vegetables is what makes fattoush so special,” she writes in her debut cookbook Arabiyya. “If you’re not a purist, you can make it a medley of anything.”

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12 Best Grilled Shrimp Recipes

Who said hamburgers, hot dogs, and steaks were the only things worth breaking out the grill for? Even delicate proteins like shrimp can (and should) be cooked on the grill. From spicy, pineapple-topped shrimp tacos to updated classics like garlicky sca…

Who said hamburgers, hot dogs, and steaks were the only things worth breaking out the grill for? Even delicate proteins like shrimp can (and should) be cooked on the grill. From spicy, pineapple-topped shrimp tacos to updated classics like garlicky scampi and New England-style shrimp rolls, we’ve got you covered.

Grilling adds a smoky flavor to whatever dish you’re making, but that’s not even the best part: You get to enjoy the great outdoors while you cook, even if that just means hanging out in your backyard. After all, summer isn’t over yet.

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Our Most Popular Recipes in July

When we turn the calendar to July, the first thing that comes to mind is cold lobster salad rolls (or hot buttered, if you’re from Connecticut), followed by juicy berry pies, grilled corn on the cob, all the ice cream, and refreshing drinks (both boozy…

When we turn the calendar to July, the first thing that comes to mind is cold lobster salad rolls (or hot buttered, if you’re from Connecticut), followed by juicy berry pies, grilled corn on the cob, all the ice cream, and refreshing drinks (both boozy and not) for cooling off during the dog days of summer. But the 10 recipes our readers couldn’t get enough of last month ran the gamut of seasonal winners like Green Tomato Crumb Cake from Rachel Rappaport and Dorie Greenspan’s Blueberry-Thyme Yogurt Cake to picnic-ready sandwiches. And now that the little ones are home, two of Erin Jeanne McDowell’s kid-friendly breakfast pastries also topped the list, as well as three easy shrimp recipes.

We’ll do everything in our power to hold onto summer as long as possible—fortunately, these 10 recipes make it easy to do just that.

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How to Build Your Perfect Paloma

We’ve teamed up with Patrón Tequila for a step-by-step guide to building your perfect paloma—and it all starts with their high-quality, handcrafted tequila. From amber Reposado to crystal-clear Silver, Patrón’s tequilas are the flavorful foundation for…

We’ve teamed up with Patrón Tequila for a step-by-step guide to building your perfect paloma—and it all starts with their high-quality, handcrafted tequila. From amber Reposado to crystal-clear Silver, Patrón’s tequilas are the flavorful foundation for a summery sip.


The paloma is one of those perfect cocktails. It’s floral but not too sweet, packs a punch but isn’t too strong, and is simple enough to make at home without having an especially robust home cocktail setup. Start with the basic building blocks of a classic paloma—grapefruit, lime, tequila—and use it to find a formula that suits your needs. Prepared to make your own simple syrup and juice fresh fruit? You go! Only have agave syrup and grapefruit soda on hand? That’ll do just as well. Use any type of tequila your heart desires, like a lightly floral reposado or a smooth-drinking silver from our friends at Patrón—when it comes to tequila these folks know their stuff.

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Use Your Garden Bounty to Make Green Tomato Crumb Cake

When the pandemic started, I started combing through U.S. newspaper archives from the 1890s to the 1990s for recipes. At first, it was simply a way to pass the time, but I started to notice a recurring theme and dove in deeper.

Throughout the 20th cen…

When the pandemic started, I started combing through U.S. newspaper archives from the 1890s to the 1990s for recipes. At first, it was simply a way to pass the time, but I started to notice a recurring theme and dove in deeper.

Throughout the 20th century, home cooks, nearly all women, were particularly eager to come up with ways to use up a surplus of fresh or preserved fruit in no-fuss, quick-to-make desserts. They often shared their own recipes or wrote into the newspapers to crowdsource for one that fit their needs. The conversations around these recipes were so lively, they immediately drew me in. Much like these women, my personal kitchen goals have always been to use seasonal produce, reduce food waste, and fulfill my desire to spend as little time baking but as much time possible eating delicious, freshly baked goods.

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9 Editor-Loved Cocktails to Celebrate National Tequila Day

To celebrate National Tequila Day, we’re shaking up tequila cocktails with our friends at Patrón Tequila. From lightly floral Reposado to smooth, golden Extra Añejo, their range of handcrafted tequilas are made with high-quality ingredients that’ll add…

To celebrate National Tequila Day, we’re shaking up tequila cocktails with our friends at Patrón Tequila. From lightly floral Reposado to smooth, golden Extra Añejo, their range of handcrafted tequilas are made with high-quality ingredients that’ll add an extra flavor boost to palomas, margaritas, and so much more.


Ready your cocktail shakers and mixing glasses: In anticipation of National Tequila Day (July 24) we’re coming in hot with a collection of our favorite tequila-based drinks. From creative sippers like a Raspberry Rose Paloma and a Smoky Tequila Mule to a classic lime and Cointreau-based margarita, we bet there’s something to please every palate in this list. (And hey, if you don’t want to drink your tequila, you could always pour it over watermelon.) But before diving in, it might be helpful to know your preferred style of tequila, which means knowing the differences between the three main types: blanco, reposado, and añejo tequilas.

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5 Breezy Tequila Drinks That Were Made for Summer Fridays

We’ve teamed up with Patrón Tequila to help you spend your Summer Fridays in style. Whip up a cocktail with one of their handcrafted, high-quality tequilas—like their lightly floral Reposado with just a hint of oak—then pair it with a warm-weather snac…

We’ve teamed up with Patrón Tequila to help you spend your Summer Fridays in style. Whip up a cocktail with one of their handcrafted, high-quality tequilas—like their lightly floral Reposado with just a hint of oak—then pair it with a warm-weather snack to start your weekend off right.


When the weather is warm and my free time is filled with beach trips and barbecues, the last place I want to be is in the office. That’s why I would imagine Summer Fridays—aka the near-mythical tradition of getting to leave work early on the last day of the week—were invented. While I don’t technically have this luxury right now, I like to embrace the spirit of Summer Fridays by celebrating the weekend’s start in a backyard or on a rooftop with good friends, snacks, and a refreshing cocktail.

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