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Chefs and Servers Reveal the 15 Things They'd Never Order at a Restaurant

Sometimes seeing how the sausage gets made makes you want to avoid the sausage.<p>In a recent AskReddit thread, a user posed the question, "Chefs and …

Here's The Reason Your Old Devices Feel So Slow And Make You Want to Upgrade

And what you can do about it.<p>Plenty of misconceptions and conspiracy theories surround this topic. Internet searches for 'iPhone slow' spike after …

Software

Skinny Dipping? No, This Cheesecake Dip Is Full Fat and AMAZING!

Some may call this a cheesecake where you forgot to include the base. We’re calling it cheesecake dip. It’s the ultimate party food (or the best Friday night feast if you don’t want to share), best served while watching one of these 10 Oscar-worthy movies. Graham cracker crusts are awesome, but …

Buffalo Style Meatballs

We were invited to a neighbor’s potluck and asked to bring an appetizer. Ken wanted to bring little meatballs “Buffalo style”. Using our favorite …

20 Pork Chop Recipes to Add to Your Weeknight Dinner Routine

What's better than a pork chop recipe? 20 pork chop recipes! Here are our favorite ways to cook a weeknight staple.<p><b>Pork chops: Is there anything they can't do?</b> Well, besides take out the trash and fold laundry, that is. They're quick-cooking, packed with tons of flavor, and incredibly versatile. …

Cheese on the Grill

April is officially "Grilled Cheese Month." So there's no better time to point out that there's grilled cheese, and then there's <i>grilled cheese</i>.<p>Sandwiches and quesadillas aside, several cheeses are designed to be seared directly on the grill grate. Look for them at cheese shops, Greek grocery …

Creamy Queso with Chorizo

8 Servings<p>In defense of Velveeta: It might be lowbrow, but its texture is supreme.<p>February 2014Print<p>Ingredients<p>1 tablespoon vegetable oil<p>6 oz. fresh chorizo, casings removed<p>2½ cups half-and-half<p>8 oz. Velveeta cheese, cut into cubes<p>8 oz. Monterey Jack cheese, grated<p>8 oz. sharp cheddar, grated<p>2 …

Chicago's Best New Bars

Recently named America's Best Drinking City, Chicago is a veritable mecca for those seeking inventive libations and vibrant settings in which to …

Alcohol

10 Easy Shrimp Recipes Everyone Will Love

<b>1. Ginger, Garlic & Chili Shrimp</b><p>In this quick and easy recipe -- adapted from The Splendid Table's <i>How To Eat Supper</i> by Lynne Rossetto Kasper and Sally Swift -- jumbo shrimp are bathed in a brine flavored with salt, sugar and chili powder, and then sautéed with loads of fresh ginger and garlic. It's …

Eat Pasta for Breakfast

Anybody who knows me knows that I've been adding an egg to just about everything I eat before it became cool: a runny yolk on a burger, a fried egg …

Italian Food

Tsukune (Japanese Chicken Meatballs) Recipe

These Japanese chicken meatballs are seasoned with fresh ginger, garlic, scallions, and sesame oil, while egg and panko breadcrumbs bind the meat to allow it to cling to a skewer and stay together on the grill. A brushing of a tare sauce at the end of cooking gives the meatballs a glistening sweet …

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NYC Chef Wylie Dufresne Is Writing His First Cookbook For Anthony Bourdain/Ecco

After 11 years at the helm of his groundbreaking New York restaurant wd~50, chef Wylie Dufresne is writing a cookbook. The cookbook will be published by Anthony Bourdain's line of books for Ecco, the publisher confirms. Previously Bourdain has published Roy Choi's <i>LA Son</i>, Daniel Vaughn's <i>The Prophets</i> …

Mark Bittman's case for savory food in the morning, and his favorite 15-minute breakfasts

When he isn't running or writing, New York Times food writer Mark Bittman is constantly traveling — or eating. Here, the author of "How to Cook Everything Fast" shares his morning routine, and his two go-to 15-minute breakfasts for people in a rush.<p><b>Would you call yourself a morning person?</b><br>I am <i>the</i> …

Breakfast

For a real taste of fall, skip the pumpkin spice latte and fry some maple leaves instead

In France, autumn is the time for the chestnut harvest; in India, it’s Diwali, the festival of lights. Here in New York City, where Quartz’s office is located, it’s pumpkin spice everything. I decided I could do better this year by borrowing a seasonal specialty from Japan.<p>Deep-fried maple leaves …

Deep Frying

Spicy Carrot-Stuffed Chicken Bundles with Raspberry-White Wine Sauce

It's 6 p.m., hunger has taken over, everybody's cranky, and there are only odds and ends in the refrigerator. Enter Lynne Rossetto Kasper, host of …

Recipes

Noodle Salad with Chicken and Chile-Scallion Oil

4 Servings<p>This bracing dish offers a taste of China's Sichuan Province and needs no reheating or additional prep at lunchtime.<p>April 2014Print<p>Ingredients<p>Chile-Scallion Oil<p>2 scallions, thinly sliced<p>2 garlic cloves, thinly sliced<p>2 star anise pods<p>2 tablespoons crushed red pepper flakes<p>1 tablespoon …

The Canal House's Creamy Spring Pasta

<i>If you're like us, you look to the seasons for what to cook. Get to the market, and we'll show you what to do with your haul.</i><p><i>Today: A lush, creamy pasta, perfect for spring's fresh peas -- or the ones in a bag in your freezer.</i><p>Each weekend I tiptoe down the street to my farmers market, so hopeful …