New York Post may be compensated and/or receive an affiliate commission if you buy through our links. Forget dancing with the stars — have you tried cooking with them? Cookbooks can be a great way to spice things up in the kitchen, especially after a couple years of cooking from home and trying to avoid…

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For me, pasta at home never seems to taste as good as it does in a restaurant. But when Elise Pulbrook was growing up, she found the opposite. Her Italian family would make a big pot of red sauce a couple of times a week, leaving it to simmer for at least five hours. These…

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Whether you’re staying in or venturing out this NYE, having a festive appetizer will surely elevate the mood as you ring in 2022. We don’t know about you, but between New Year’s resolutions and the ability to start fresh, we think New Year’s is one of the most inspiring holidays of the year. Start your…

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Biryani Recipes – Who doesn’t love a plate of flavourful Biryani? Biryani, an evergreen classic, really needs no introduction. It’s aromatic, it’s heavenly and one of the most loved delicacies not just in India but across the globe. It is believed that Mughals were the first to introduce biryani in North India whereas South India…

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Broccoli Recipes- Most often considered to be an exotic vegetable, broccoli draws resemblance to cauliflower, a regular vegetable in almost all Indian households. Broccoli is actually part of the cabbage family and its name comes from the Italian word “broccolo”, the flowering top of the cabbage plant. It is said that broccoli was first cultivated…

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Indian Mutton Recipes- Tender, flavorsome, succulent and sensational! If these words are enough to get you salivating, then these recipes are definitely going to take you to seventh heaven. From the classic Lamb Korma to Rajasthani Laal Maas, we bring you the best of mutton dishes. Mutton is a tough and strongly-flavored meat that needs…

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Whether they’re the star of your Thanksgiving side dishes, or a go-to on an average Tuesday night, potatoes are the most versatile of starches. And these super easy, flavor-packed easy potato recipes will cover your bases no matter the occasion! So, what can be made from potatoes? There are plenty of types of potato dishes,…

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Summer has the best rep for the freshest of produce (hello, corn and tomatoes!), but autumn really serves up some solid fall fruits and vegetables, from apples to cauliflower to Brussels sprouts, and of course, the almighty squash. These butternut squash recipes prove (in our opinion) that it is the best of the winter gourds.…

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Lucy Schaeffer Don’t let complicated recipes stand between you and carbs. These easy pasta dishes will make dinner stress-free, and are delish enough that you’ll be happy to have leftovers. From classics like chicken Alfredo and spaghetti and meatballs to out-of-the-box eats like ravioli lasagna, there’s something for everyone here. Looking for more easy dinners?…

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Cauliflower has been the star of the veggie aisle for several years thanks to its magical powers as a lower-carb substitute. These recipes will show you how to make your own cauliflower, rice, pizza crust, and more at home. Plus, find vegetarian-friendly recipes such as our holiday-worthy whole-roasted cauliflower. For more veggie ideas, check out…

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