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Dover Sole is at its best between July and March, so it is the perfect time to whip this Jamie dish, inspired by the Essex coastline. We show you how in three simple recipe and video steps.

  • First watch our video on how to prepare Dover Sole – https://www.jamieoliver.com/videos/how-to-prepare-dover-sole
  • Then follow Jamie’s recipe for Leigh-on-Sea Sole https://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/fish-recipes/leigh-on-sea-sole
  • Accompany it with this colourful potato salad https://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/vegetables-recipes/purple-potato-salad

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77 Cheap And Easy Dinner Recipes So You Never Have To Cook A Boring Meal Again

You don't have to drop major dough to make something delicious for dinner&mdashsave money by choosing cheaper proteins like chicken, ground beef, and tilapia, or go vegetarian with bean-based meals. Whatever your style, these delish meals will please your entire fam without breaking the bank. Need more easy eats? Try these slow-cooker chicken dinners.

Sometimes things go viral because they're really, really delicious.

Say hello to your new favorite salmon dish!

The perfect cozy meal any time of the year.

With only 5 ingredients these black bean tostadas are the easiest and fastest meal to throw together.

Allowing the shrimp some time to marinate adds an extra layer of flavor to really make those five ingredients stretch.

Make no mistake: this slow cooker version isn't authentic, but it is quick, easy, flavorful, and filling.

Hasselback your chicken stuff it with bacon and a creamy spinach and artichoke filling.


Dinner Tonight

Looking for something for dinner tonight? Then let us help you with our meals and menu ideas. Healthy and delicious, these recipes cook up in a snap. Whether it's beef, chicken, pork, vegetarian,snack, holiday or other recipes you'll find them here.

Tips & Tricks

Trying cut fruits and vegetables? Want to know easy ways to save time in preparing a meal? Our selection of tips, tricks and techniques will have you saving money, saving time and serving up great food.

Family Mealtime

There's nothing better than a good, healthy meal served and shared with family and friends. And we're here to help. Learn more about menu planning, mealtime preparation and how your family can participate as well as partake.

Signature Events

Go beyond videos and recipes - join us LIVE on Facebook for seasonal recipe demonstrations or at one of our signature Dinner Tonight events! Our Cooking Schools and special demonstration events are held throughout the year, across the state. Find out about topics, events, locations and dates by checking out our "Signature Events" page.

Welcome to Dinner Tonight

Do you ever struggle to come up with a healthy dinner after a long day of work, errands, or school activities? We know we could drive through another fast-food restaurant to save time, but is that meal meeting the nutritional needs of your family?

The Dinner Tonight program was developed to provide busy families with quick, healthy, cost effective recipes that taste great. Not only does the Dinner Tonight program provide recipes, it also gives you weekly video demonstrations on cooking tips and techniques, nutrition topics, menu planning basics and information on healthy living.

Our goal for the Dinner Tonight program is to improve the health and wellness of Texans through nutrition education. We are so excited to help you get you started on preparing your dinner tonight.


What to Cook This Week

Good morning. Happy Mother’s Day to all those women who’ve shouldered so much parental work during these last 14 months, and happy Mother’s Day personally to Dorie Greenspan, who brought us an incredible new recipe for gâteau Basque (above) this week. We all ought to make it today in honor of maternity, or Basque culture, or just because it’s delicious: two disks of rolled-out airy-crumbly dough with a baked-in filling of pastry cream or jam. It’s a cake that resembles a cake, Dorie writes in her column, as much as Boston cream pie resembles a pie — which is to say not at all. Eat it with your fingers for dessert tonight.

You can make the meal that precedes it Basque as well, if you like. We’ve got a fine recipe for fish with clams in salsa verde that would make most mothers proud. Florence Fabricant recommends making the dish with hake or halibut. Cod would work as nicely, as would haddock or flounder.

But you don’t have to. We have a load of recipes for a Mother’s Day dinner to peruse, or you can follow my lead and make kimbap, Korean “seaweed rice,” sturdy, nori-wrapped rolls of rice and fillings. Darun Kwak calls for fish cakes, Spam, eggs and vegetables in hers. I’ve swapped in imitation crab and Alaskan smoked salmon, myself. Kimbap is what you make of it.

So that’s Sunday. On Monday, how about trying your hand at baked rajma, Punjabi-style red beans with cream? It’s a dead-simple recipe that we’ve called “the indisputable king of bean dishes.”

For a Tuesday meal, more simplicity: three-cup chicken for the win. There are some lovely notes below the recipe, one of which recounts how some Taiwanese guests “bogarted the whole pot.” I love that verb! (Here’s the Little Feat soundtrack.)

Wednesday’s meant to be cloudy with a chance of meatballs. I like these lamb numbers from the Los Angeles chef Suzanne Goin, as well as these Italian ones from Kim Severson.

And then you can spin into the weekend with a lovely lamb biryani if you have the time to pull it off, or this terrific twice-cooked pork tenderloin if you don’t.

Thousands and thousands more recipes to cook this week are waiting for you on New York Times Cooking. You need a subscription to access them all, but I’m hoping you’ll find that of value: These are good recipes we’re hawking! Subscriptions in any case support our work and allow it to continue. Please, if you haven’t already, subscribe today.

We are as always standing by to help, should something go wrong with your cooking or our technology. Just write [email protected] Someone will get back to you, I promise.

If you’ve got some time before brunch today, or if you find yourself idly scrolling your phone while your gâteau Basque bakes, check us out on Instagram, and on Facebook as well. On Twitter, you’ll find links to our news articles. And you should absolutely visit us on YouTube. (I’m on Twitter and Instagram myself: @samsifton.)

Now, it’s a fair distance from cheese curds and blackberries, but Parul Sehgal got me excited for Alison Bechdel’s new book. Get on that, would you?

It’s slight, but I still really liked this brief history of car keys, in the magazine published by AAA.

Would you live in an apartment in a Quonset hut? That’s happening in Detroit, according to Fast Company. (You can read more about the project here.)

Finally, music from a mom who is so much more than a mom to play us off: Kim Gordon, “Sketch Artist.” Enjoy that and I’ll be back on Monday.


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5 Mystery Shows Like Sherlock To Binge Right Now

Starting your own business can feel isolating without a network of women to bounce off ideas, ask questions, and cheer you on along the way. Enter Selfmade, Brit + Co's 10-week highly-interactive virtual course that brings together top female entrepreneurs to teach you how to build a new business — from business plan to promotion — or grow your existing one.

The best part? Selfmade now provides one-on-one mentoring with successful entrepreneurs who've been where you are right now and who care about making a difference for women in business. They include business owners, founders, VCs, and subject-matter experts in industries such as finance, advertising, marketing, licensing, fashion, and media.

Our summer mentorship program will feature a host of new mentors we're excited to connect you with, including:

Linda Xu, Entrepreneur and E-Commerce Expert

Linda is the co-founder and chief growth officer at Cart.com, a Series-A e-commerce technology platform that partners with brands to help them grow. Linda served as head of growth at Sitari Ventures where she oversaw strategy and operations. She has acquired and advised tech and consumer companies as a private equity investor at global firms including The Riverside Company and Lazard. Additionally, Linda spent a brief stint on the team launching Uber Freight. She loves all things food and plants.

Stephanie Cartin, Social Media Expert + Entrepreneur

An entrepreneur at heart, Stephanie walked away from her corporate career in 2012 to follow her passion to launch Socialfly, a leading social-first digital and influencer marketing agency based in New York City. Socialfly has since blossomed to over 30 full-time employees and has been named to Inc. 5000's fastest growing private companies two years in a row. The agency has worked with over 200 well-known brands including Girl Scouts, WeTV, Conair, Nest Fragrances, 20th Century Fox and Univision. Stephanie is the co-host of the Entreprenista Podcast and co-author of Like, Love, Follow: The Entreprenista's Guide to Using Social Media To Grow Your Business. She is also a recent recipient of the SmartCEO Brava award, which recognizes the top female CEOs in New York and a Stevie Award for Women Run Workplace of the Year.

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Jasmin is a brand strategist/graphic designer who helps female entrepreneurs attract their dream customers by sharing their story and taking their branding and graphic design to a whole new level.

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How to make Spaghetti and Meatballs in homemade marinara sauce. Sharing our secrets for tender, juicy meatballs. This spaghetti and meatballs recipe is a keeper!
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Ingredients for Meatballs (makes 22-23 meatballs):

3 slices white bread crusts removed and diced or torn to pieces
2/3 cup cold water
1 lb lean ground beef 7% fat
1 lb Sweet Ground Italian sausage
1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese plus more to serve
4 cloves garlic minced or pressed with garlic press
1 tsp sea salt
1/2 tsp black pepper
1 large egg
3/4 cup all-purpose flour to dredge meatballs
Light olive oil to saute or use vegetable oil

1 cup chopped yellow onion 1 medium onion
4 cloves garlic minced or pressed with garlic press
2 - 28 ounce cans crushed tomatoes *see notes
2 bay leaves
Salt & pepper to taste
2 Tbsp basil finely minced, optional (**see notes)

1 lb spaghetti cooked aldente according to package instructions

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How to make Spaghetti and Meatballs in homemade marinara sauce. Sharing our secrets for tender, juicy meatballs. This spaghetti and meatballs recipe is a keeper!
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#natashaskitchen #spaghettiandmeatballs #meatballs #dinner

Ingredients for Meatballs (makes 22-23 meatballs):

3 slices white bread crusts removed and diced or torn to pieces
2/3 cup cold water
1 lb lean ground beef 7% fat
1 lb Sweet Ground Italian sausage
1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese plus more to serve
4 cloves garlic minced or pressed with garlic press
1 tsp sea salt
1/2 tsp black pepper
1 large egg
3/4 cup all-purpose flour to dredge meatballs
Light olive oil to saute or use vegetable oil

1 cup chopped yellow onion 1 medium onion
4 cloves garlic minced or pressed with garlic press
2 – 28 ounce cans crushed tomatoes *see notes
2 bay leaves
Salt & pepper to taste
2 Tbsp basil finely minced, optional (**see notes)

1 lb spaghetti cooked aldente according to package instructions

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58 Easy Potato Recipes For Weeknight Dinners, Thanksgiving and More

Whether fried, mashed, or boiled, these potato dishes are our favorite flavor-packed go-tos.

Whether they're the star of your Thanksgiving side dishes, or a go-to on an average Tuesday night, potatoes are the most versatile of starches. And these super easy, flavor-packed easy potato recipes will cover your bases no matter the occasion!

So, what can be made from potatoes? There are plenty of types of potato dishes, especially when you consider all of the different types of potatoes available at the store. We suggest keeping a variety of potatoes on hand, like russets, fingerlings and Yukon gold. Each type has a different starch content, and skins vary drastically, from waxy to tender, making some better for different preparations than others. The best potatoes for mashed potatoes, for example, are Yukon golds. They can easily be transformed into an ultra-creamy potato dish, like creamy garlic potatoes. Yukon golds are also great for any fried potato recipes (looking at you, French fries!), whereas Russets are the best to get the ultimate crispy roast potatoes because of their fluffy, dry interiors.

Whether you&rsquore cooking for hours to perfect the best-ever mashed potato recipes for your Thanksgiving dinner, or you&rsquore working on the fly to get an easy weeknight dinner on the table in 20 minutes, spuds will help you get there. In all forms, from blended to roasted, fried potato recipes to casseroles, gratin to hasselback, there's no dish out there that these potato recipes don't enhance.


Easy Recipes to Cook While You’re Self-Quarantined

Here are some simple dishes that can be made mostly with what you have on hand.

There’s no doubt about it: It’s an uncertain and scary time, but you and your loved ones still need to eat, and the act of preparing and serving a meal — even a simple one — can bring great comfort to the cook as well as to the diner. If you have a decently stocked pantry, you can make a wonderful meal out of a few staples. And if you are able to safely get to the store or have groceries delivered to you, your choices are even greater.

View our collection ofSelf-Quarantine Recipes. For more on stocking your pantry, Melissa Clark has aguide to doing it smartly, and Julia Moskin has aguide to stocking your modern pantry. Melissa is also posting new pantry recipes regularly onThe Times’s coronavirus live blog.

There’s something about starting the day with a full belly that makes everything seem like it’s going to be OK. Overnight oats are low-effort with a big pay-off. Pancakes, waffles, a Dutch baby, biscuits and muffins are cozy options, and leftovers can be frozen for later. Granola, too. (Top your evening ice cream sundae with it later.) And if you really have some time on your hands, make breakfast an event and whip up a dish typically meant for a weekend, like eggs Benedict, English muffin casserole or biscuits with sausage gravy.

View our collection ofBreakfast Recipes,Quick Breakfast Recipes,Pancake Recipes,Granola Recipes andMuffin Recipes.

If you’re working from home, take this opportunity to make something delicious. (And maybe don’t eat it stooped over your laptop or scrolling through Twitter?) Melissa Clark’s sardine toasts with tomato and sweet onion or grilled cheese with apples and apple butter come together in a flash. If soup is what you’re craving, Alexa Weibel’s easiest chicken noodle soup or Colu Henry’s pasta e ceci will soothe your soul. Or transform that pasta in your pantry into spaghetti with fried eggs or midnight pasta, a bright and briny dish made with capers, anchovies and garlic.

View our collection ofEasy Lunch Recipes.

For dinner, check out our collection of pantry staple recipes for dishes that require just a quick trip to your cabinet. If you have a can of tuna, try Sam Sifton’s Japanese-style tuna noodle salad or Melissa Clark’s tuna and white bean gratin. Ali Slagle is a genius when it comes to transforming a can of beans: Her one-pot rice and beans is unbelievably smart, as are her two cheesy bean bakes, white bean or black bean. If you’ve stockpiled dried beans, cook up a big pot of Melissa Clark’s herbed white bean and sausage soup or Julia Moskin’s best black bean soup. And if pasta is what you’re craving, Alexa Weibel’s creamy chickpea pasta with spinach and rosemary (use frozen spinach and dried rosemary if you don’t have fresh), and Sue Li’s creamy turmeric pasta come together in a snap. Finally, if you’ve uncovered a pound of ground beef in the back of your freezer, we suggest sloppy Joes or meatloaf.

View all of our collections ofPantry Recipes,Pantry Pasta Recipes,Easy Soup Recipes,Canned Chickpea Recipes,Canned Tuna Recipes,Adaptable Recipes,Instant Pot Recipes andSlow Cooker Recipes.

If there’s ever a time for a baked good, it is now. Most of these easy baking recipes can be whipped up using what you have in your pantry, like these Rice Krispies treats with dark chocolate and pretzels. Melissa Clark’s buttery shortbread recipe can be customized in all kinds of ways, and this astoundingly moist one-pan chocolate cake, which just so happens to be vegan, can be mixed and baked in a standard 8-by-8-inch pan. If you’re really looking for a distraction, we have recipes for procrastibaking. (Or should we call it anxiety baking?) One not-exactly-easy idea: Take this time to tackle sourdough bread. Or if it’s cheering up you need, spend the day making this rainbow cake, a nod to the signs hanging from balconies all over Italy that are painted with a rainbow and the hopeful slogan, “Andrà tutto bene.” Everything will be all right.

View all of our collections forQuick Baking Recipes,Easy Baking Recipes andProcrastibaking Recipes.


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