If you’re on the East Coast, you’re likely not leaving home today due to a thundering, sleeting, generally miserable storm called Stella. We’ve got the recipes you need for holing up and staying warm right here.
Making true Italian alfredo is easy, and the results are buttery heaven.
Fluffy dumplings the size of baseballs and a grandmother-tested method make for the most delicious and massive matzo ball soup possible.
A creamy, autumnal pasta that gets a flavor boost from red poblanos.
Ramen you can make on a weeknight.
A dish so flexible, you could cook it with a space heater.
This Pennsylvania pot pie is more like a chicken noodle stew (with homemade noodles!), fortified with Russet potatoes.
A traditional take on the curry soup, with the added flair of cilantro noodles.
A pasta that is the perfect showcase for alternative cuts of meat.
A simple, tasty dish for those nights you can just barely bring yourself to cook.
A superior way to do carb-on-carb.
Delicious + delicious = delicious.
A soul-soothing way to end a tough day.
A classic chicken and andouille sausage gumbo, but with charred okra to avoid sliminess.
A pierogi that will stick to your ribs in a way that only a grandma’s recipe can.
An almost comically large portion, meant to share.
A creamy fall polenta.
A take on a dish made in homes everywhere from Latin America to Turkey.
Cheap, easy, and delicious.
Missing your after-school English-muffin pizzas? Try the grown-up version.
A nutmeg-flavored pork filling is reminiscent of Christmastime.