Everyone needs a chocolate layer cake at the ready for those special celebratory moments.
Cornmeal can go sweet or savory, and there’s no use in creating an all-purpose mix with it if you’re not going to account for both.
This plain, versatile mix can be used to make cakes, cupcakes, muffins, scones and pancakes.
The mix weight and volume measurements in the basic and next-level recipes are somewhat different from what you might expect due to the varying weights of the different flours, sugar, leavenings and salt used in the three Big-Batch mixes.
Based on traditional Italian recipes, this dish combines crunchy, garlicky, lemony bread crumbs with whole-grain pasta and a little baby spinach for a hearty, comforting bowl.
As this rendition proves, the addition of chopped pickles is one of the better things to happen to this American staple.
Sometimes, it’s okay to break the rules and add a few extra chocolate chips to your muffins.
The combination of maple, cashews and spelt here is especially winning, but if you used whole-wheat flour in your dry mix base (see related recipe), you wouldn’t be disappointed with the results.
This is tailor-made for a modest-size holiday family meal.
Several foods that have symbolic meaning for the Jewish New Year -- gourds, carrots, green beans, apples, honey, fenugreek seeds, garlic, spinach, fish, pomegranate seeds -- come together in this colorful melange that tastes great warm or at room temperature.