Quick & Easy

Poach salmon in the same thyme- and garlic-infused water that the corn is boiled in for this refreshing, time-saving salad dinner.

You’ll need your favorite seafood seasoning and your biggest pot for this seafood boil brimming with shrimp, sweet corn, smoky sausage, and tender potatoes.

You can think of this cucumber salad as a spin on homemade dill pickles. It gives you a bit of that flavor without much time or effort.

This Italian pesto recipe comes together quickly thanks to a food processor. Freeze extra for homemade pesto well beyond basil season.

Scallion salad, known as pa muchim or pajeori, is one of the mainstays of Korean barbecue.

This easy crepe recipe calls for brandy, but you can substitute any flavorful spirit or liqueur to customize it to your tastes and pantry.

Caprese salad thrives on simplicity and using the freshest ingredients possible: heirloom tomatoes, mozzarella, basil, and extra-virgin olive oil–that’s it\!

This classic coleslaw recipe is timeless for a reason: It’s crunchy, cool, and refreshing. Here’s our best take on the crowd-pleasing BBQ side dish.

This Paloma recipe is a refreshing tequila cocktail with grapefruit soda, brightened with a quick squeeze of fresh lime and grapefruit.

Jessie Sheehan's easy 3-minute chocolate mug cake is rich, tender, and moist, with a soft center reminiscent of a molten lava cake.