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Grilled Corn Salad

Sweet summer corn begs to be mixed with a splash of acid, a touch of heat, salty cheese, and toasty nuts for texture. This recipe is definitely a choose-your-own-adventure. Use whatever you like or have on hand!

The Soft Scramble Sandwich

To get the most flavor out of this open-faced breakfast sandwich, look for spring onions with round bulbs and very tender dark green stalks. If you can find only thicker-stalked spring onions, cut the stalks in half lengthwise, then into 3″ pieces. Cook the stalks along with the bulbs; they’ll benefit from the extra time.

No-Churn Mascarpone Ice Cream

This recipe for silky-smooth ice cream comes together completely on a stand mixer rather than in an ice cream machine, and uses whole eggs for a light custard flavor to enrich the complexity of mascarpone cheese.

XO Mazemen (Broth-less Ramen With XO Sauce)

This take on mazemen, or ” mixed noodles a soup-less variation on ramen incorporates powerfully savory xo sauce to make flavorful that takes all of five minutes prepare. href=””>Get Recipe!

Romesco Sauce

This nutty and fruity Spanish sauce is best when you make it your own. You can serve your romesco sauce a million different ways: with roasted meats or grilled fish, with cooked or raw vegetables, on sandwiches, in soups, you name it.

Pepper Pasta Salad

This spicy, sweet, and punchy pasta salad is perfect for a hot summer picnic when mayonnaise just doesn’t feel right. If you aren’t a big fan of heat, skip the chiles in favor of all sweet bell peppers­—it will still be bright and delicious, and perfect at room (ahem, air) temperature.

Nasi Goreng (Indonesian Fried Rice)

Kecap manis (Indonesian sweet soy sauce) and terasi (Indonesian shrimp paste) set nasi goreng apart from other versions of fried rice. Serve with a fried egg on top and sliced tomato and cucumber on the side to make it a full meal.

Aloo Gobi (Potatoes and Cauliflower)

This classic potato-and-cauliflower dish, ubiquitous on Indian restaurant menus, makes for a great make-ahead party dish. You can pre-roast the vegetables, and then whenever you’re ready, throw them in the pan with your spices and onions to finish the dish in 15 minutes.

No-Churn Chocolate Ice Cream

Unlike no-churn recipes based on sweetened condensed milk, this chocolate ice cream starts with whole eggs cooked briefly over a water bath, giving the finished ice cream a rich, custard-like quality and a light and airy consistency. Its chocolate flavor comes from cocoa powder alone, so reach for the good stuff.