Chicken Tikka Masala

This classic masala is often the first dish many try when exploring Indian food. We love Grace Parisi’s version because it’s easy to prepare and its slightly spicy tomato cream sauce is addictive. The chicken needs to marinate overnight, so plan accordingly.Big-flavored, creamy, and comforting, chicken tikka masala is the perfect gateway dish to Indian …

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Breton Butter Cake

We got our first taste of kouign-amann, the irresistibly sweet and flaky pastry from Brittany in northwestern France, in 2004 from authors Naomi Duguid and Jeffrey Alford, who traveled the world in pursuit of recipes. Making kouign-amann is not too different from making croissants, wherein butter is folded into a rich, yeasty dough, but here …

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Antipasto Salad with Bocconcini and Green-Olive Tapenade

As the co-founder of La Brea Bakery and Campanile restaurant in Los Angeles, Nancy Silverton made her name as a brilliant baker. She has since shown her mastery of Italian food at Osteria Mozza and Pizzeria Mozza, getting the biggest flavor from the simplest ingredients. She does just that with this salad, which combines crisp …

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