These are the dishes that represent a place on a plate, they're those classics you just gotta try from Lebanese Lemonade to Portuguese Pineapple Cake, and, of course, our easy, healthy version of those recipes.
Napa will always have a place in my heart. When I lived in San Francisco, I'd day trip there on the regular. And though there are plenty of amazing places, Bouchon Bistro will always be a go-to for me. It feels like France in the midst of California wine country: the zinc counter, the bakery, and swoon-worthy salmon rillettes.
People are really particular about this sandwich. If we're calling a spade a spade, it's basically Niçoise Salad in a sandwich but people tend to get really offended if you say that. So, instead, I'll just say this: on my trip to Provence, I was eating this sandwich on the regular. There are countless variations, but this version is my favorite.
Bourbon, sweet vermouth, orange liqueur, and lemon get shaken together in this classic Kentucky cocktail, The Man O' War. While it's traditionally served straight up, our recipe calls for it over crushed ice.
Not quite a classic Aperol Spritz, not quite a Garibaldi cocktail, but quite delicious, this mezcal cocktail combines orange juice, Aperol (or Campari), and bubbly water for a refreshing summer sipper.
This homemade pasta is the ultimate weekend project. These candy wrapper shapes are filled with a sweet-salty combination of pears, amaretti, and sausage then tossed in a pancetta brown butter sauce that is decadent and delicious.