Mastering a few culinary techniques, especially when it comes to Mexican cooking, can pay off big when you need to throw together a fast and flavorful meal. Plus, a recipe for a bright and spicy condiment.
If you have a stocked pantry and about 30 minutes, you can make a healthy dinner, even on the busiest weeknights.
It starts with just a few basic ingredients (onion, garlic, chickpeas, greens and coconut milk), but the end result has a powerful effect — one that’s taken over the internet.
Cooking for one? There’s no need for takeout — or worse, eating leftovers for weeks on end. A Michelin-star chef talks tips and shares a recipe for cooking solo.
She rose to popularity on “Top Chef” and “The Chew,” but D.C.-based celebrity chef Carla Hall’s latest project is deeply personal. In her new cookbook, she is sharing the history, stories and recipes of soul food.
Ready to get cozy and whip up warm, comforting food? Here are 20 recipes to test in your kitchen this fall.
Whether you’re looking to pull something together quickly on a weeknight or have hours to let a flavorful stew simmer, we’ve got you covered. Here are the best chili recipes to keep you warm from the inside all winter long.
It’s not just for the front porch — pumpkin is a star ingredient in many fall dishes. Here are a few to try this season.
Take the edge off the chill with these warm and hearty soups.
The director of culinary nutrition and an adjunct associate professor of nutrition at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health shares his best tips for cooking.
Need something sweet that screams “summer?” Try one of these seasonally satisfying recipes — perfect for firefly chases, pool lounging and backyard barbecues.
Need something sweet, but don’t want to turn on the oven? There’s a cake you can whip up with very few ingredients, minimal effort and absolutely no heat. (Recipe)
Here are the main pointers to remember if burgers, grilled chicken sandwiches or pork chops are on your menu.
Forget the usual necktie and golf shirt. This Father’s Day, give dad something that will warm his heart and his stomach — a homemade meal. A chef, and father, shares some ideas.
With more than 175 recipes, chef Jenn Louis shows readers how to use 40 different varieties of greens — from chard to chicories — in everyday cooking, including dessert. And she shares her recipe for butter lettuce panna cotta.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.