Karolina Wróbel

Karolina Wróbel

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NYT Cooking: This lighter, brighter version of the classic Italian pasta dish is adapted from one found in “Almost Meatless: Recipes That Are Better for Your Health and the Planet” by Joy Manning and Tara Mataraza Desmond. It is incredibly simple – if you can chop vegetables, boil water and whisk eggs, you can make this dish – but it's also indubitably luxurious. Everyone will thin...

This is a lighter, brighter version of the classic Italian pasta dish. It is incredibly simple – if you can chop vegetables, boil water and whisk eggs, you can make this dish – but it's also indubitably luxurious. Everyone will think you slaved for hours

NYT Cooking: These sophisticated crepes can be made ahead of time and reheated in a low-temperature oven. The sauce, made by simmering raspberries in a rose-scented, cassis-spiked syrup, is what makes them special. While most of it is poured over the folded crepes, a bit is added to the yogurt, honey and lime filling, making it just sweet enough.

NYT Cooking: These sophisticated crepes can be made ahead of time and reheated in a low-temperature oven. The sauce, made by simmering raspberries in a rose-scented, cassis-spiked syrup, is what makes them special. While most of it is poured over the fold

NYT Cooking: Calling a dish "Texas Chili,” especially if you’re not a native of that state, is clearly asking for trouble. But this recipe of mine, refined over years of potlucks and Super Bowl parties, is too good to keep under wraps any longer. Its depth of flavor comes from using so many different chile types — fresh green jalapeños, earthy-sweet whole dried anchos, pure pasilla...

NYT Cooking: Calling a dish "Texas Chili,” especially if you’re not a native of that state, is clearly asking for trouble. But this recipe of mine, refined over years of…

NYT Cooking: Things You Should Make, Not Buy

Every home cook should have a basic marinara sauce in their repertoire. Julia Moskin makes a simple recipe from Lidia Bastianich’s book, “Lidia’s Commonsense Italian Cooking.” Find more New York Times videos onYahoo Screen .

NYT Cooking: This is a recipe I picked up from Steven Stolman, a clothing and interior designer whose “Confessions of a Serial Entertainer” is a useful guide to the business and culture of dinner parties and general hospitality. It is a perfect dinner-party meal: chicken thighs or legs dusted in flour and roasted with shallots, lemons and garlic in a bath of vermouth and under a ...

This is a perfect dinner-party meal: chicken thighs or legs dusted in flour and roasted with shallots, lemons and garlic in a bath of vermouth and under a shower of herbes de Provence. They go crisp in the heat above the fat, while the shallots and garlic