These dishes are all made for sharing, feature just a handful of easy-to-find ingredients, require only the most basic kitchen tools, and are so easy you won't even need a recipe to make them.

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Stephanie Izard cooking demo
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If you're heading out of town this Labor Day long weekend and spending the holiday in a beautiful Airbnb or vacation rental property, consider making the most of your home-away-from-home by cooking a delicious meal for yourself, your friends, and your family—while saving time, money, and the effort of finding a good local restaurant. Food & Wine hit up three of our favorite chefs to help us out by suggesting recipes they cook at home—even when they're on vacation. These dishes are all made for sharing, feature just a handful of easy-to-find ingredients, require only the most basic kitchen tools, and are so easy you won't even need a recipe to make them—just follow along with our guest chefs in these videos.

Geoffrey Zakarian's baked eggs

Chef, restaurateur, American Iron Chef, and television personality Geoffrey Zakarian's spicy and savoury baked eggs are versatile enough to be served at any time of the day.

Renee Erickson's frittata

James Beard Award winner chef and restaurateur Renee Erickson's frittata features one key ingredient that's an instant flavor-booster.

Stephanie Izard's marinated cherry bruschetta

Chef, restaurateur, and Top Chef star Stephanie Izard's bruschetta features dark red cherries—for a sweet and tart twist.