These delicata squash recipes will expand your fall gourd appreciation

A collection of delicata squash recipes, including nachos, croquettes and a sheet pan Persian-style meal.

By Aaron HutchersonSeptember 26, 2022

Dessert for one? 5 tips for small-batch baking satisfaction.

Baking for one? We have tips on small-batch baking, thanks to two new books.

By Becky KrystalSeptember 26, 2022

A single-serving chocolate chip cookie recipe for dessert emergencies

When you need nothing other than a warm chocolate chip cookie, here’s a quick and easy recipe that makes just the right number: one.

By Becky KrystalSeptember 26, 2022

A pantry-friendly veggie burger starts with canned mushrooms and beans

Canned mushrooms and black beans pack these pantry-friendly veggie burgers with umami and earthiness. Balsamic onions bring sweet acidity.

By Aaron HutchersonSeptember 25, 2022

6 apple cake recipes that smell and taste like home

Apple cakes with sugar, spice and everything nice are just the thing for simple, homey fall desserts.

By Becky KrystalSeptember 24, 2022

Fresh pasta vs. dry: The differences and when to use which

All you need to know about choosing between and cooking with fresh and dry pasta.

By Aaron HutchersonSeptember 23, 2022

Highlights

Trouble in the kitchen? Ask Voraciously your cooking questions.

Every Wednesday at noon Eastern, Aaron Hutcherson and Becky Krystal answer your cooking questions.

By Aaron Hutcherson and Becky KrystalSeptember 28, 2022

2022 Spring Dining Guide

Post Food critic Tom Sietsema highlights 25 of the best new restaurants in the Washington region.

By Tom SietsemaMay 18, 2022
VoraciouslyPerspective

Mission, the first European grape planted in U.S., is coming back

A once-popular grape -- mission can trace its roots back to Europe -- is seeing renewed interest.

By Dave McIntyreSeptember 22, 2022

Skillet cake with honey and pears is a beauty with rustic charm

a subtly-sweet cake made with whole-grain flour, polenta and caramelized pears.

By Ellie KriegerSeptember 22, 2022

Top creamy ricotta with squash and plums to toast the end of summer

Ricotta or cottage cheese, whipped until smooth, becomes a base for simply sauteed squash and plums.

By G. Daniela GalarzaSeptember 22, 2022

Butter boards are the latest food trend churning through TikTok

Butter boards — which are exactly what they sound like — are the latest iteration of the food-on-boards trend. They might also be delicious.

By Emily HeilSeptember 21, 2022

Rosh Hashanah recipes including brisket, challah, soup and honey cake

Start the Jewish New Year off on a delicious note with menu options that should please everyone at the table.

By Anna Luisa RodriguezSeptember 21, 2022

Risotto alla vodka marries two classics in one luxurious bowl

Combining risotto with the sauce from penne alla vodka yields a luxe, flavorful dish from Eitan Bernath that's out of this world.

By Eitan BernathSeptember 21, 2022

Easy pantry recipes for quick and thrifty meals

A collection of pantry recipes that turn ingredients from your cupboards and freezer into quick, thrifty and delicious meals.

By Aaron HutchersonSeptember 20, 2022

Gnocchi with chili crisp sauce is on the table in 20 minutes. Honest.

The Dinner in Minutes column features five-ingredient gnocchi with chili crisp sauce, capers and Parmesan.

By Ann MaloneySeptember 20, 2022

How a solitary monk, known for his soup, united a community

Brother Victor-Antoine d’Avila-Latourrette, a best-selling cookbook author with legions of fans around the world, reflects on his extraordinary life.

By Kristen HartkeSeptember 20, 2022

This simple garlic soup delivers thrifty nourishment and comfort

This simple soup, from Brother Victor-Antoine d'Avila-Latourrette's best-selling 1996 cookbook, “Twelve Months of Monastery Soups,” is popular in monasteries and convents.

By Kristen HartkeSeptember 20, 2022

6 peanut butter recipes to satisfy your sweet tooth

Peanut butter in desserts is just meant to be. Here are recipes for cookies, bars and granola featuring the beloved ingredient.

By Aaron HutchersonSeptember 19, 2022

Puff pastry, peeled garlic and other kitchen shortcuts we love

These are our go-to kitchen shortcuts that will make your cooking faster — and tastier.

By Becky KrystalSeptember 19, 2022
Perspective

Amsterdam Falafelshop and the art of moving on after a broken heart

Arianne Bennett, co-founder of Amsterdam Falafelshop in Adams Morgan, is trying to move on after the covid-related death of her husband and partner, Scott.

By Tim CarmanSeptember 19, 2022

Recipes to use up leftover tahini, harissa, chipotles, miso and more

Here's how to use some of the sauces and condiments you may have bought for one recipe that have now taken up residence in your fridge.

By Becky KrystalSeptember 17, 2022