NYT Cooking: If you want to make a complete meal of this, you can add a green vegetable to the mix (see the variation below). I like to use fusilli because I like the way the tuna gets lodged in the twists of the corkscrews, but other types of pasta, such as penne or spaghetti, will be just fine.
Turn a can of tuna from the pantry into a quick and easy pasta dish.
"San Sebastian is one of the few places in the world where you have to eat dessert first. It's not because of Basque tradition but because Santiago Rivera only makes a few of these amazing cheesecakes at his little cafe La Vina. If you don't go there first, by the time you've filled up on savoury ta
NYT Cooking: In this memorable salad from "Jerusalem," the beloved Middle Eastern cookbook from Yotam Ottolenghi, roasted cauliflower, celery and hazelnuts are combined with pomegranate seeds, fresh parsley, cinnamon and allspice. A sweet-tart vinaigrette finishes it off.