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.
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.
If you’re looking for a showstopping dessert to add to your holiday spread, consider a soufflé — because nothing says drama like a cake that magically rises from a ramekin and deflates with a single strike of the spoon. Check out these tips and a recipe.
There are ways to incorporate canned liquids into the foods you cook and bake so that you minimize food waste and add flavor (and sometimes nutrition) to your dishes.
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)
Hummus has become as ubiquitous and pizza and hot dogs. But just because it’s easy to find, doesn’t mean it’s all good. Here’s a recipe for light and smooth hummus from a James Beard Award-winning chef.
“It triggers an emotion and a passion … and it takes me to my happy place.” Why you need to discover this traditional British dessert.
It’s time to put away the frozen beach drinks and embrace the flavors of fall. And nothing takes the chill out of autumn’s cool air quite like a nip of bourbon. Here’s the perfect cocktail for your fall fêtes. (Recipe)
Fire up the grill — or the skillet. It’s time to pull off the perfect steak dinner. A Food Network star and host shares his best tips.
There’s no need for dumplings to be limited to restaurant dining rooms and takeout containers. You can make the bite-sized comfort food at home.
Whether you have deep Irish roots or simply love a good shepherd’s pie, St. Patrick’s Day is a widely celebrated holiday often recognized by cooking up authentic, Irish-inspired dishes.
Making bread at home doesn’t have to difficult. A famed New York baker offers his best tips and minimalist approach for making a tasty and inexpensive loaf of bread. (Recipe)
Get your blender out, because these smoothies are as good for you as they are delicious.
If you or someone you know has a dairy allergy or sensitivity, you can still milk the baking cabinet for all it’s worth — without so much as a slither of butter.
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.