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This 5-inch chocolate chip cookie is the mic drop of the category: great ponds of dark chocolate barely knitted together by a deeply caramelized crunchy-edged, chewy-centered cookie. I like to make a double batch and keep the rounds of dough ready to bake from the freezer for whenever they're required but most often on Mondays. [Link to The Consummate Chocolate Chip Cookie, Revisited on smittenkitchen.com in profile]

I know that the prospect of avocado toast -- or, worse, a *recipe* for one -- elicits groans and sometimes eyerolls, but I have a near-clinical fixation with this vibrant, rich, salty, spicy, and lemony version and it's the only thing I want to eat on this Monday morning. [Nolita-Style Avocado Toast on smittenkitchen.com]

This festively green, mostly vegetable, and very beloved quiche has already been stretched and tweaked to feed a crowd for us -- or keeps well for a bunch of days of very good breakfasts or desk lunches. [Spinach Sheet Pan Quiche on smittenkitchen.com]

Late afternoon agenda? I used to think that people who made their own Bailey's-style irish cream were crazy. Then I tried it (it takes 5 minutes, has basically 3 ingredients) and it's so unbelievably good, I have yet to buy the bottled stuff since. [Homemade Irish Cream on smittenkitchen.com]

While not exactly the height of soda bread authenticity, we love this skillet-baked loaf with crunchy edges and a flavorful, plush interior that's exceptional warm from the oven in thick wedges with sharp cheddar and tart apple slices, or, you know, a good pat of salted butter. [Skillet Irish Soda Bread on smittenkitchen.com] [Sorry for posting twice but I forgot to use the photo from this morning, which is a little easier on the eyes. 😂]

"Really, Deb? Beer in cake?" I can hear you thinking but hear me out: The stout gives what is already an exceptional chocolate cake a richer, fuller, nuttier flavor while keeping it from leaning too heavily on the sweet side. This is unequivocally one of the best cakes I know how to make. [Chocolate Stout Cake on smittenkitchen.com]

Today, for something different, my family requested spaghetti and meatballs for dinner -- okay, that's not actually different -- but I am, in fact, agreeing to it and... if you tune in on Smitten Kitchen Instagram Stories at 1pm Eastern today, I'm going to attempt to cook it LIVE for you and take questions. Should time permit, I'd also like to throw in some crispy broccoli and some "house" cookies (oatmeal raisin in the archives). If you can't watch at 1, it will be available for 24 hours on Stories. Come say hi! [Everyday Meatballs on smittenkitchen.com]

New recipe, Sweet Potato Tacos: Cubes of sweet potatoes roasted with so much spice, it almost forms a crust, atop a schmear of refried black beans, finished with lime, avocado, and more make for easy weeknight tacos so hearty and flavorful, I just realized that they're also vegan. [Sweet Potato Tacos on smittenkitchen.com] [Also in this post! I give the details for tomorrow’s Instagram Stories Live demo at 1pm Eastern. Come stop by! More details soon on Stories.]

A two-berry pie with a gorgeous hue and the fluffiest cobblestone of a crumb topping yet for Pi(e) Day. No blueberries or blackberries worth baking with where you are? Swap equal amounts of another fruit combination. Just don't skip the topping. [Blackberry-Blueberry Crumb Pie on smittenkitchen.com]

For Pi(e) Day, spaghetti the very best way I know how to make it: in a tall, bronzed torte of a springform pie, wound with an abundance of cheese, black pepper and sometimes I add minced greens too. [Spaghetti Pie with Pecorino and Black Pepper on smittenkitchen.com]

Two of the best things happening right now -- Girl Scout Cookie season and Pi(e) Day tomorrow -- in one spectacularly easy tart that gives equal billing to a buttery shortbread crumb base, a compact salty-sweet layer of peanut butter followed by a thick shiny dark chocolate lid with a sea salt finish. It's like a Tagalong cookie that never ends. [Chocolate Peanut Butter Tart on smittenkitchen.com]

An ongoing fixation: meatballs divorced from spaghetti. These Greek-inspired meatballs (lemon, feta, olives, oregano, mint) are a perfect example; we like them best with roasted potatoes, pitas, or even a smashed chickpea salad (recipes for each in the site archives). Just let me know what time to come for dinner. [Lamb Meatballs with Feta and Lemon on smittenkitchen.com]

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