You like us, you really like us! Yessss. Our Instagram was blowing up with likes this year, as the kids say, and we couldn’t feel more flattered that our more than 1.3 million followers thought our recipes were such dreamboats. We think so, too. Here are your 10 favorite recipes for 2020. Click the link next to the number to see all the drooling comments on Insta. Click the recipe name below the photo to see the recipe. There’s plenty here to keep you full and happy in 2021.
There’s a reason good tiramisu makes a cameo on most Italian restaurant menus. This silky little rum-and-mascarpone number comes together in an hour, and looks divine, to boot. (Ramekins, right this way!)
Bookmark this page for the next time fresh figs come into season near you. Because how good does flatbread laced with fresh figs, goat cheese and mint sound? (Allow us to answer: So good.)
If you need another reason to go wild for this tortellini-vegetable soup, consider how many veggies nestle together in there with the comforting pasta. By our count, it’s two zucchini, two carrots, two celery stalks, two plum tomatoes, and a partridge in a pear tree. (Just kidding on that last one.)
Perhaps the most important thing to know about this brown butter pound cake with a strawberry-rhubarb compote is that you can eat it any time, any where, for any reason. You don’t need to wait for afternoon tea or dessert; this could very well be your breakfast some lucky Sunday.
Yes, you could light every darn scented candle you own. Or you could bake a batch of these ooey-gooey, orange zest-flecked cinnamon rolls, make home smell incredible, and save money on candles. Your choice.
Lemon and blueberries go together like ebony and ivory, vanilla and chocolate. They’re particularly epic in this drizzle bread, which you can tuck into morning, noon and night and which requires only half an hour of hands-on time.
A beef stew with a five-star rating. Need we say more? OK, we will anyways: It’s jam-packed with fresh herbs and vegetables, and you use four fat slices of applewood-smoked bacon to start it simmering. Yes!
One doesn’t need to be an “apple person” or a “fritter person” to get totally pumped at the sight of homemade apple fritters. You don’t even need a deep fryer; you just need a big, deep, solid pot and people who love doughnuts around.
If you put the lime in the coconut and turn it into a margarita, you won’t need to call the doctor and wake him up. Plenty of you think those two flavors would be just grand when mixed with tequila and Cointreau. Spoiler alert: You’re right.
Start your engines. Break out the mandoline. Nearly 32 thousand of you thought crispy potatoes with thyme was just divine. One of our most popular recipes of all time features potatoes done up “Hasselback” style. The secret to their success? Plenty of butter. Ready, set, slice!