I Made You a Meal Plan (Again)
Never waste fresh herbs again.Read More »
11 Winter Weeknight Vegetarian Recipes to Try Before the Season Ends
Summer produce may get all of the glory, but these cool-weather recipes make winter vegetables exciting and bright.Read More »
Restaurant Review: Korean and Cajun Flavors Rock Together at Kjun
We live in a great age for Korean dining in New York City, or at least for a certain style of Korean dining. Atomix, Jua and about a dozen other kitchens are spinning out thoughtful, elegant restatements of hwe, japchae, galbi and other dishes. The ...Read More »
For Perfectly Cooked Rice Every Time, Try Your Microwave
It may seem sacrilegious to stovetop loyalists, but when it comes to consistency, this household appliance is a weeknight meal’s best friend.Read More »
He Taught Americans to Cook Indian Food. Now He’s on His Final Chapter.
MINNEAPOLIS — When Raghavan Iyer was a young graduate with a chemistry degree trying to decide what to do with his life, he went to the United States Consulate in his native Mumbai and flipped through college catalogs. It was one of those moments in ...Read More »
Adding Sex Appeal to the Bourbon Shelf
Black entrepreneurs from North Carolina release PurCellos1789 straight bourbon, an ice-cream parlor opens in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn, and more food news.Read More »
A Fast Way to Orange Rolls, the Citrusy Sister of Cinnamon Rolls
Whether or not you have nostalgia for these breakfast treats, you’ll want to bake these homemade ones from Genevieve Ko.Read More »
Is That the Enticing Smell of Spaghetti Cooking? Nope, It’s a Candle.
There’s a mild, wheaty aroma wafting from the host stand at the Midtown Manhattan pasta restaurant Jupiter. It’s not from the pasta. An herbaceous, vegetal smell fills the bathrooms at Horses, a high-end bistro in Los Angeles. It’s not from ...Read More »
Kenji López-Alt’s Family Loves This Soup. Here’s How He Made It Easier.
Roast the squash and aromatics in a Dutch oven, blend it all in the pot with stock and dinner’s done.Read More »
Mardi Gras, Fastnacht or Shrove Tuesday, It’s All About the Food
New Orleans’s take on the Tuesday before Lent may be the best known, but it’s hardly the only celebration of all things rich and sweet.Read More »