This is it: the bread recipe so simple and good, it will get you baking bread every week—even if you’ve never made a loaf in your life. It’s the comforting, no-knead peasant bread that’s ready in as few
[Photographs: Vicky Wasik] I may have grown up in Kentucky, but that doesn't mean my childhood lacked for British biscuits—from Jaffa Cakes to Jammie Dodgers, these tasty imports always caught my eye Mom
[Photographs and video: Vicky Wasik] When I was a kid, there was a weird pirate-themed bakery called Bagel Bay, set up in an abandoned Taco Tico near my elementary school. Sometimes Mom would hit the so
For a fun Sunday afternoon project, make these savory turnovers for dinner, and assemble plenty of extra ones to pack into lunch boxes later, since they can be assembled and frozen for up to 2 months.
On this eight-day Jewish holiday, which begins sundown April 10 this year, those who observe its dietary restrictions do not eat any foods made from wheat except for matzoh, and that prohibition includes
To gear up for the release of our new cookbook, Ice Cream & Friends, we're re-running a tutorial on how to make sprinkles—one of ice cream's best friends—with a bonus video! Shop the Story When I was little
This peculiarly British teatime confection is much nicer made at home, although you’ll need to have patience to avoid some of my shonky cake assembly The battenberg cake, a gaudily coloured, peculiarly
Fresh almond croissants baked start to finish are a project fit for a freak out-of-season snow day (or several). But there's an Ina Garten-how-easy-is-that-esque solution for pulling sugar-slapped, almond-oozing