Whether you're looking for seasonal dishes, vegetarian recipes or gourmet classics, our guide to recipes has you covered from breakfast through dessert (and plenty in between).

Our Favorite Recipes

These Thanksgiving Leftovers Ideas Are Even Better Than the Next-Day Sandwich

Before you go full Dagwood on your perfect sandwich, take a page from these inspired chefs and think of those leftovers as flavor-packed shortcuts to next-level dishes.

Don't Make Turkey Gravy, Make Turkey Jus

Step aside, gravy. For Thanksgiving this year, we’re going all in for turkey jus.

Fresh Capunti Pasta

You don’t need a pasta maker to craft this handmade pasta from Puglia (the heel of Italy’s boot). Instead, roll out ropes of dough, cut them into segments, and use your fingertips to create peapod-like dimples in each piece. Food stylist Veronica Spera, who shares her version of the pasta in an episode of Chefs at Home, uses both robust semolina flour (traditionally used in dried pastas) and delicate Type “OO” pasta flour (typically used in fresh pastas) to create a balance of tenderness and bite. The divots in the pasta make this shape especially good at catching sauce, so toss the pasta as shown here, with a few dollops of pesto, peas, lemon zest, and plenty of Parmigiano-Reggiano, or pair with your favorite sauce.

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6 French Onion Soup Recipes We Love

French onion soup is about as comforting and comfort food gets—a rich, savory broth packed with caramelized onions and topped with decadent Gruyère cheese and toasty bread. The classic recipe can’t be beat, but we’re also not opposed to switching it up by adding truffled pecorino cheese or bacon for extra flavor, too. (You can even add white beans, à la Gwyneth Paltrow.) We’ve included all of those recipes and more in this roundup—bookmark them for fall, when a hot bowl of soup is the best defense against an autumnal chill.