1. Salmon With Creamy Mustard Sauce makes for a quick dinner with a French-inspired sauce, an easy and elegant dinner if you are abstaining from meat during the Lenten season.
  2. Chef Dominique Christini, owner of Cafe Largo, prepares Tournedos of Beef Tenderloin With "Carte Noire" Roquefort in his kitchen on Jan. 12, 2021.
  3. Similar to a large cinnamon bun, this king cake recipe from New Orleans chef Kelly Fields is easy to make and a delicious way to celebrate Mardi Gras at home.
  4. Chicken, sausage and shrimp gumbo. By Sharon Kennedy Wynne, Times staff
  5. Dips and pizzas and foods that don't require shared serving spoons are good options for a Super Bowl watch party in the coronavirus era.
  6. A rack of ribs from Joe's Kansas City Bar-B-Que.
  7. Chef and restauranteur Carla Hall participates in the C-CAP (Careers through Culinary Arts Program) annual benefit at Pier Sixty on Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2018, in New York. (Photo by Scott Roth/Invision/AP)
  8. Provencal Vegetable Soup With Pistou is a comforting winter treat.
  9. The Instant Pot Duo Nova model
  10. This image shows the logo for Epicurious, a resource site for home cooks. Since July, Epicurious has been scouring 55 years' worth of recipes from a variety of Conde Nast magazines. They're looking for objectionable titles, ingredient lists and stories told through a white American lens. The so-called Archive Repair Project at the resource site for home cooks is just a tiny effort on a full plate of promised initiatives. (Epicurious via AP)
  11. Pasta fagioli soup
  12. Tuscan Christmas Coffee Cake
  13. Classic lasagna, with tomato and beef sauce
  14. Lemony chicken marsala recipe
  15. Chocolate espresso cookies
  16. Peppermint creme brulees on a candy plate.
  17. Viennese butter cookies
  18. Apple turnover
  19. A Thanksgiving plate
  20. Bring Brussels sprouts to the table this Thanksgiving.
  21. Yorkshire Pudding out of the oven.
  22. Stuffed mushrooms, Italian-style
  23. Sheet pan dinner: chicken and chickpeas