Bone-in chicken is roasted low and slow until meltingly tender, then scattered with baby new potatoes, fresh artichokes, and asparagus. Served over a bed of baby arugula and topped with a sauce made of ramps–the king of spring–this is the ultimate way to celebrate the season!
Seared chicken thighs and peas are simmered in a flavorful base of pancetta, garlic, and vermouth, before being topped with Gruyere cheese and baked until golden-brown for a speedy take on a French classic.
This lazy version of the French classic still takes a long time to cook, though inactive on your part, but preparing it couldn’t be easier; you can do it with one hand tied behind your back (or to a second bottle of Côtes du Rhône)!
This is total winter comfort food at its best; light and fluffy dumplings bobbing around in rich broth. With a scattering of feathery dill–fresh, with a sweet-sour lashing–it’s the ultimate perfection. Best yet, you can use leftover holiday turkey bones and meat for it!