- We will start by assuming the sell by date doesn't involve the year 2016, right?
- And there's dessert!
- Behind-the-scenes of Couric's cooking show, filled with food puns and dirty jokes.
- We call this a hand salad because lettuce and dip just doesn’t sound like nearly as much fun. Romaine hearts are great because they’re sturdy and stocked at most markets.
- For all the shellfish naysayers out there—these are for you.
- If you don’t want or didn’t have time to soak the black-eyed peas overnight, simply power-soak them. This is the perfect soup for a crowd.
- Our favorite harbinger of spring has landed in the market. There are numerous spring fruits and vegetables that are eagerly awaited by food enthusiasts; but our favorite is asparagus. Fresh-harvested domestic asparagus is as flavorful and affordable as it gets.Bonus: asparagus has just three calories per medium spear, and contains no fat or cholesterol.It’s also nutritious: a good source of calcium, magnesium, vitamin B6 and zinc; and a very good source of copper, dietary fiber, folate, i
- Fried eggs, crispy and runny and perfect on everything.
- Get fried egg recipes for topping grain bowls, egg sandwiches, and more ideas on Bon Appétit.
- At Jack’s Wife Freda in NYC, there's one spice to rule them all.
- Chef Alex Raij on her favorite all-purpose almond butter sauce.
- How Abdulsalam Abujebel went from village doctor in Ethiopia to Harlem juice-bar entrepreneur.
- You can use this creamy vegan sauce as a condiment for grilled meats or roasted vegetables, or even as a salad dressing.
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- What makes a wine a lunch wine? Light body, low alcohol, and high acidity.
- These scrambled eggs are super soft and just a little runny, aka exactly how they should be.
- Back in the 1950s and 1960s, restaurant menus offered hearts of lettuce salad with creamy dressings. The head was cut into quarters and plated with a slice of tomato for color.
Homemakers were fans, too.The iceberg heads were sold fully trimmed, with little waste.It was easy to cut into wedges or slice into shreds.Although some people tore it into pieces, “The Joy Of Cooking” admonished: “Heads of iceberg lettuce are not separated. They are cut into wedge-shaped pieces, or int
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- Adam Rapoport wants to talk eggs. All day.
- There are only 7 ingredients here but this grain bowl packs serious punch.
- This is a little bit like making a ranch dressing and putting it on pizza. Which can’t possibly be a bad thing.
- Some smart tweaks to this classic dessert recipe include roasting the bananas to deepen their flavor, making sesame wafers, and serving the pie warm.
- If you come across turnips with good-looking greens still attached, use in place of the kale.
- Ramps, a wild leek, are one of those fleeting vegetables that whip chefs and cooks into a springtime fever.
- Three ingredients but infinite possibilities. Keep this mellow garlic condiment on hand and add a spoonful to soups, sandwiches, or pretty much anything.
- Steamed vegetables can be lovely, but they don’t exactly pack a ton of punch in the flavor department. This dressing is purposely assertive—lemony, gingery, a little sweet, a little spicy.
- A fragrant and bright spring cocktail that's just as delicious without the alcohol.
- To make these soft-boiled eggs, you don't have to wait for them to come to room temperature. Go ahead and cook them straight out of the fridge.
- You don’t have to peel asparagus (unless you really want to!); just leave any thicker spears in the pan for an extra minute. That said, it’s essential that you don’t overcook the asparagus, because that’s when it gets stringy and sad.
- Sauté hot Italian sausage meat with ginger and garlic, mix with veg, and dinner’s a wrap!
- Using pecans as a nut butter in the dressing and salt-roasted on top lends an earthy note to this bright spring salad.
- Once you get the hang of it, forming these dumplings is easy, but it may take a little practice at first.
- The only trick to this uncooked sauce is finding good canned tomatoes: If you can’t find Jersey Fresh, look for ones from California, New Jersey, or Italy—the only ingredients should be tomatoes and salt.
- Radishes and butter, ham and mustard. Two classic combos in one delicious appetizer recipe.
- Poach eggs before you head to bed and you’ll have a quick breakfast on hand in the morning.
- Pickling the eggs in their cracked but intact shells creates a unique tie-dye effect on each one.
- Despite being pickled, these chiles have a fresh crunch and bright, garlicky flavor. If you cook them, they lose that; add them to finished dishes, especially pizzas.
- If you see great-looking snow peas, use them in combination with or in place of the sugar snaps.
- Is it necessary to blanch, then shock, the ramp greens? If you want a super-green (not khaki) pesto, it is.
- The hardest part of making this recipe is trimming the artichokes, which isn’t as hard as it seems. If you can’t get your hands on baby artichokes, use the hearts of two globe artichokes.
- You’ll still get that velvety consistency from this lighter ragù, but this recipe won’t take you all day to make.
- This mustard sauce is meant to have some zing, but if you want less heat, swap smoked paprika for the cayenne.
- Lightly browning the beans and aromatics for a few minutes before you add the tomatoes gives a lot of depth of flavor to the sauce in this shrimp recipe.
- Stop struggling to peel and slice superfirm squash. Just roast it whole, tear up the flesh, then sear it off in a skillet.
- Why use a bunch of pots and pans when fennel, orzo, and chicken can be cooked in one?
- If you can’t find new potatoes at the farmers’ market, look for Peewee potatoes or very small Yukon Golds at the grocery store.
- Fregola, a small, toasted Sardinian pasta, is classic with clams, and cockles make a great sub for Italy’s tiny vongole veraci.
- Cooking for 10 minutes will give an ever-so-soft center to the yolk. For completely firm yolks, cook an additional minute.
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