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  Author Notes: This streusel (a great use for soon-to-stale cereal) adds an excellent textural element to everything from muffins to cake. It’s fantastic as a partner for th (…more) —Posie Harwood...

1 of 9Photo by Ren Fuller   Author Notes: A pithivier is a crispy, flaky alternative to pie. It’s also an easy alternative for folks who don’t want to mess...

1 of 9Photo by Alexandra Stafford   Author Notes: Green Goddess Dressing adapted from Chez Panisse Vegetables. Pickled Vegetables adapted from a favorite David Lebovitz recipe for pickled radishes—I use this (…more) —Alexandra...

Author Notes: Experimenting with gluten-free baking has yielded fantastic results with brownies. Instead of regular flour, I use just a bit of white rice flour (cornstarch will work well here...

Author Notes: The cardamom technique comes from Charmaine McFarlane, the pastry chef at Golda café in Brooklyn, and produces incredibly fragrant ground cardamom. And you do (…more) —Sarah Jampel Serves 4 (ish!) For...

Author Notes: Use a favorite pork sausage, a mix of tart and sweet apples, and a flavorful apple cider or juice. The liquid will intensify in flavor, much like boiled...

This is the kind of dinner I spend the day fantasizing about (and it just so happens to be what I’ve always wished poolside snack shacks would serve): **freck (…more) —Sarah...