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).

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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.

53 Big-Batch Recipes for Easy Meal Prep

From beef stew and chicken cutlets to cookies and rolls, these recipes deliver plenty of leftovers for the days, weeks, and months to come.

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11 Fast Dinners for When You Just Can't Even

Zero energy? Nothing in the fridge? No problem. These weeknight dinners ask the bare minimum from you, and deliver way more than you'd expect.

17 Barbecue Recipes to Master

There’s something inherently magical about barbecued food—the smokiness, the charred flavor, the crispy edges and crusts that form while you grill. In this roundup, you’ll find all of the classic recipes: sticky glazed ribs, tender and juicy brisket, chicken wings, pulled pork, and some shrimp and salmon dishes too, for good measure. Plus, if you haven’t found your signature barbecue sauce yet, we’ve included a few different spins, from Alabama’s signature white sauce to a sweet and smoky maple-chipotle version. Read on for those recipes, and other essential barbecue recipes you should master.