featured recipes

Our featured recipes are here to give you a feel for how the numnums recipe platform works. But while we were at it, we personally cooked each of them and vouch that they are delicious! We improve the recipes each time we make them, so we update them regularly with new findings.
  • ina garten's crostini with tuna tapenade
    This recipe is Ina Garten's decadent and elagant take on tuna tapenade. We suspect that the mascarpone contributes greatly to this dish's addictive flavor. This is perfect to prepare for a party since you have to make it in advance and let it rest in the fridge for at least an hour. If you don't have easy access to a grill (like us), you can simply brush olive oil on the baguette slices and crisp them in the oven. italian tunathymeparsleylemon zestanchovy pastegarliclemon juiceolive oilmascarpone cheesekalamata olivescaperssaltblack pepperfrench bread
  • fresh whiskey sours
    I have many memories tied to whiskey sours. Collin, my husband, and I drank whiskey sours the night we met. I then made several batches of this for the wedding of one of my high school girlfriends. This drink was also a success at a recent camping trip. This basic recipe yields a 725 ml batch and can be measured and prepared in advance. When happy hour begins, just add the cocktail to some ice and top with a cherry. lemon juicelime juiceagave syrupwhiskeymaraschino cherries
  • lamb navarin
    The taste of lamb subtly permeates this entire stew, making it extremely comforting and delicious. In feeding this dish to our 3-year-old daughter, she very much enjoys the flavorful, tender carrots, so we make this recipe with more carrots than potatoes. lamb breast ribletsflouronionpotatoescarrotsgarlicblack pepperherbes de Provencewatersaltbaby peasbaguettefresh parsley
  • quick cooking mirin salmon
    This dish is a weeknight winner and yet is also impressive enough for entertaining. Marination is a prep step, so it requires a little bit of pre-planning. But after all the prep and marination is complete, the salmon only takes a few minutes to cook. The level of effort to make this dish is so low considering how flavorful it is. In this preparation, the salmon is beautifully rare with a nice char on its base. Marination ensures that the fish is seasoned through. The lemon dressing compliments it perfectly, being just the right proportion of salty, bright, complex, and rich. mirinsoy saucebrown sugarTabascoextra virgin olive oillemon juicesesame oilsaltTabascosalmonsesame seeds