The New York Times Cooking Recipes Have Arrived!


Since 1851, The New York Times has been synonymous with quality and leadership, from its news content to its award-winning Food section and its innovative NYT Cooking recipe site and app. Now, you can order your favorite New York Times Cooking recipe and have it delivered to your home with pre-portioned ingredients and step-by-step instructions that are easy to follow. We’re thrilled to announce the launch of our New York Times Cooking meal kits, and we hope you are just as excited!

Something for Everyone

Whether you’re looking for something to satisfy Meatless Monday, or are craving comforting Southern cuisine, The New York Times Cooking meal kits provide you with plenty of options. From pan-roasted sea bass to fried chicken with apple slaw, and chopped herb salad with farro, there truly is something for everyone.

Featured Dishes

Braised Halibut

Braised Halibut with Asparagus

This recipe from Martha Rose Shulman is easy to follow and is a great way to elevate your culinary skills with seafood. The aromas of this meal are intoxicating with the thoughtful addition of saffron for both color and flavor.

Chicken Shawarma

Oven-Roasted Chicken Shawarma

This New York Times Cooking meal kit from Sam Sifton is a flavor explosion in your mouth, to say the least. The roasted chicken pairs perfectly with the light tomato-cucumber salad and tastes amazing on top of garlic naan. Try it once and this dish is sure to become a weeknight staple in your household.

Summer Pasta

Summer Pasta with Zucchini

This vegetarian dish from David Tanis is light and bursting with flavor. Combining zucchini and yellow squash with parmesan, ricotta, lemon and chili flakes, this pasta is citrusy with just the right amount of kick!

Get Started Today

Want to learn more? Visit The New York Times Cooking Meal Plan page and discover the benefits of joining our exclusive meal plan. Have classic New York Times Cooking dishes delivered to your home each week and learn new culinary skills along the way.

Looking to try one meal at a time? No problem! Browse The New York Times Cooking meal kits on our à la carte page. Give it a try and let us know what you think!


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