Bonnie S. Benwick

Washington, D.C.

Former deputy Food editor and recipe editor

Education: Florida State University, BA in English

Bonnie S. Benwick is the former Food section deputy/recipes editor. She left The Post in July 2019.
Latest from Bonnie S. Benwick

A 25-minute turkey kebab recipe that delivers big flavors on busy nights

Onions, spices and a trick give this take on kofta its depth of flavor while keeping it juicy.

October 1, 2019

A different take on orange chicken with fresh-squeezed citrus and pecans for crunch

Because freshly squeezed OJ is best for dinner, too.

September 24, 2019

We’d eat these garlicky, spiced meatballs and chickpeas on anything

Juicy meatballs and a breezy tomato sauce are ready in just 35 minutes.

September 17, 2019

A little char gives this cod with scallion vinaigrette a boost — and it’s ready in 20

Using frozen or fresh fish, this recipe is a weeknight wonder.

September 10, 2019

This lighter fettuccine still delivers the cheesy, creamy goodness we crave

This take on a familiar dish doesn't cut out the best ingredients.

September 3, 2019

A sweet, spicy, tangy sauce makes this quick salmon dinner something to savor

In this 20-minute recipe, the 5-ingredient sauce has it all.

August 27, 2019

Step up your steak night with cumin-rubbed flank and chimichurri potatoes

Grilling on the stovetop delivers smoky flavor without the fuss.

August 20, 2019

Need a golden brown chicken schnitzel that’s crispy without being greasy? This is it.

Panko and sesame seeds join forces for the just-nutty-enough coating.

August 13, 2019

Fresh tomatoes are the stars of this bread-filled, comforting and speedy stew

Put those summer tomatoes to good use in this 25-minute Tuscan-inspired recipe.

August 6, 2019

A fresh 20-minute take on the classic pairing of salmon and citrus

A minty relish makes the broiled fish look great on the plate, too.

July 30, 2019