Caroline Michelman

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Adding ground pistachios creates a substantial dough that complements the leeks for these galettes.

Adding ground pistachios creates a substantial dough that complements the leeks for these galettes.

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A yogurt dip recipe that gets roasted fennel in the mix? Oh, hell yeah. Welcome to the rest of your life.

A yogurt dip recipe that gets roasted fennel in the mix? Oh, hell yeah. Welcome to the rest of your life.

Less chocolate chip cookie, more brown sugar shortbread with chocolate chunks—these cookies have started an Instagram craze.

Salted Butter and Chocolate Chunk Shortbread Recipe. The last chocolate chip recipe you will ever need. Took a bit to track down Alison Romans recipe from her book.

Cucumbers are practically all water, so you gotta dress them like you mean it. This hot, sweet, and tart dressing will have them covered.

Cucumbers are practically all water, so you gotta dress them like you mean it. This hot, sweet, and tart dressing will have them covered.

Magic happens when toasted garlic oil meets fragrant za’atar in the dressing for this crunchy cucumber salad.

Magic happens when toasted garlic oil meets fragrant za’atar in the dressing for this crunchy cucumber salad.

The intense, savory sesame flavor balances out the sweetness of the loaf for an addicting snack or dessert.

The intense, savory sesame flavor balances out the sweetness of the loaf for an addicting snack or dessert.

Cooking salmon—America’s favorite fish—can be a set-it-and-forget-it affair, without risk of overcooking or drying out. The keys are the low cooking temperature and the olive oil bath, which helps conduct gentle heat evenly over the fillet. You can omit the harissa, if you wish, or infuse the oil with herbs, dried chiles, and/or crushed garlic instead.

Cooking salmon—America’s favorite fish—can be a set-it-and-forget-it affair, without risk of overcooking or drying out. The keys are the low cooking temperature and the olive oil bath, which helps conduct gentle heat evenly over the fillet. You can omit the harissa, if you wish, or infuse the oil with herbs, dried chiles, and/or crushed garlic instead.

You don’t need a culinary school degree to cook fish with skin as crunchy as a potato chip.

You don’t need a culinary school degree to cook fish with skin as crunchy as a potato chip.

We love the ease and deliciousness of classic fried rice, and treating any leftover grains the same way is a revelation.

We love the ease and deliciousness of classic fried rice, and treating any leftover grains the same way is a revelation.