NYT Cooking: This recipe is an adaptation of one created by Tamasin Day-Lewis, the Stevie Nicks of British cookery. A casserole recipe that she credits to the British food writer Jane Grigson has just four ingredients — sausage, cabbage, butter and pepper
8 vegetarian chopped salads that will convince you that you don't need meat
Asian Chicken Salad -- The five spice marinade is delicious and unique flavor-wise. You can eat the chicken plain if you don't opt to make a salad. The dressing can be store bought but there is an Asian dressing recipe to try as well
NYT Cooking: The vegetable ragout that accompanies the farfalle here is inspired by a more labor-intensive, longer-cooking Sicilian spring stew called fritteda. The Sicilian version would also include fennel, and a lot more olive oil.