How to make a cheesesteak sandwich on a sheet pan

Steak, peppers, mushrooms and creamy, melted cheese are cooked on a rimmed baking sheet for this adaptation of the classic cheesesteak sandwich.
(Scott Suchman for The Washington Post/food styling by Marie Ostrosky for The Washington Post)
(Scott Suchman for The Washington Post/food styling by Marie Ostrosky for The Washington Post)

This warm spinach artichoke dip is extra creamy, with a little added zip

Hot sauce adds a tangy zip to this otherwise classic recipe for warm spinach and artichoke dip.

7 easy meatless dinners that are light on labor, but big on flavor

Fill your plate or bowl with vegetables with these easy meatless recipes.

How to stabilize whipped cream to keep you and your dessert from weeping

A few strategies and ingredients can keep your whipped cream stable and beautiful.

It’s COOKIE TIME! All your holiday baking questions, answered.

Send in your questions to The Washington Post Food team, and we’ll help solve your cooking quandaries and share our latest recipes.
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2021 Fall Dining Guide

Post Food critic Tom Sietsema's 48 favorite restaurants of the year in the D.C. area.
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How to toast nuts on the stove, in the oven or in the microwave

There are several methods for toasting all types of nuts. See which one is right for your recipe.

Pasta with lemon, anchovy and arugula is a bright, briny, peppery delight

A bold and flavorful pasta dish with arugula, lemon and anchovy solves a weeknight's dinner dilemma.
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Forget from-scratch: Here’s how to make simple, attainable weeknight pasta

Don't extrude your own pasta or try to make the sauce while noodles boil. Here's a more realistic, attainable approach.
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Sparkling wine is so much more than champagne. Here are other bubbles to consider.

The world of sparkling wine also includes prosecco, cava, pet-nat and many others.

Sip this $12 Italian red and observe as its flavors unfurl and develop

RECOMMENDED | Plus, an affordable California cabernet, a Bulgarian wine probably new to you and two sparkling wines for festive nights.

Spinach and cheese stuffed mushrooms make buzzworthy party fare

Stuffed with spinach and cheese, these mushrooms will be make an irresistible two-bite snack.

Pomegranates and walnuts form a rich base for fesenjan, a sweet-tart Iranian braise

Traditionally, Iranian khoreshts are simmered for hours, but we've got a couple of shortcuts to share.

8 sweet and savory fried recipes for Hanukkah

Fried recipes to celebrate the Jewish festival of lights.

12 colorful holiday cookie recipes to illuminate the season

This year's holiday cookie recipes feature sparkles, sprinkles, fruit, spice and everything nice.

Shape these festive red velvet cookies into Santa hats, stockings and more

Chocolate-flavored red velvet cookies are decorated with swirls of white chocolate, transforming them into Santa hats, Christmas stockings and more.
  • Dec 1

Indian kaju katli made with cashews is a cardamom-scented luxury to savor

Kaju katli is a simple, elegant sweet from India that can meet a variety of dietary needs.
  • Dec 1

Saltine s’mores take the classic campfire treat to towering new heights

This "dessert lasagna" is a stunning take on s'mores, but with a salty edge.
  • Dec 1

Dress up chewy oatmeal cookies with tart cranberries and tropical coconut

These oatmeal cookies swap in cranberries for the raisins, with a strong supporting role played by chewy, sweet coconut.
  • Dec 1

Vegan eggnog cookies deliver the flavors and spirit of the classic holiday drink

These dairy- and egg-free cookies start with an excellent cashew and almond-milk eggnog, which is incorporated into a tender dough and flavorful icing.
  • Dec 1
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