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Take a peek at our five favorite holiday cookie tricks that will get your kitchen smelling sweet and save you time.
Crispy, salty, with just the right amount of chew—latkes are a versatile vessel for toppings both sweet and savory like smoked salmon, sour cream, or applesauce. Traditionally, russets and onions take centerstage, but with so many root vegetables and aromatics at the peak of their season, even Bubbie would approve of shaking things up. Here’s our foolproof formula for modular root vegetable latkes.
Tired of the turkey sandwich? Read on for leftover inspiration that will have you thinking twice about second helpings on Thanksgiving—because you’ll want a stocked fridge for the day after!
It’s okay to reach for the box—but you should know that from-scratch-stuffing is easy to make and endlessly customizable. Check out our basic recipe and learn how to put your own spin on everyone’s favorite Thanksgiving side dish!
Let’s be real. Pomegranates are downright intimidating—with their tough inedible exteriors, alien-like seed clusters, and dangerously messy juices. Is this strange looking fruit really all it’s cracked up to be? Are those little seeds really worth all the effort? Will I be able to get them out with my dignity and white shirt intact?! The answer is yes. Learn how to tackle a pomegranate unscathed.
Have a kid who loves to “cook”? Learn practical tips for bringing them into the kitchen at any age. Make meals and memories!
Learn how to use the best flavors of fall—these easy, elegant galettes come together in a flash and are destined to be your new favorite snack/lunch/dinner/dessert.
Meet Mutsu Crispin, Arkansas Black, and Hubbardston Nonesuch. No, they’re not Harry Potter characters—they’re apple varieties! Read on to learn all about how best to enjoy them this season.
A tested graphic guide to perfectly roasting our favorite fall vegetables.
Samin Nosrat on why a cast-iron pan should be the workhorse of your kitchen, and how to use, clean, and season it.
With five ingredients and this handy step-by-step guide, you can make a dinner-ready panzanella salad in any season.
Cook any grain perfectly with this all-in-one infographic.
Faster cooking time, creamier texture, and an all-around tastier bean. Here’s how to cook summer’s fresh shelling beans.
Grilling pizza yields a crispier crust, charred toppings, and just a better pie. Here’s how to do it.
And without the wrist-straining whisking.
Meet the I-Don’t-Want-To-Make-An-Appetizer appetizer you’re almost obligated to make this spring.
Eggs are at home in spring. Follow our team’s definitive guide to cooking them for spring bowls, salads, and everything in between.
Author Maggie Hoffman stopped by to show us how to make an easy spring drink with just a bottle of tequila, some pantry staples, and absurdly fresh produce.
Your fuss-free guide to a 5-minute starter.