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Nigel Slater’s prawns and mackerel recipes

I came home with fat, raw prawns to cook in their shells and two fine mackerel, stiff as boards, for the grill. The prawns went into a shallow pan on the hob, in butter into which I had crushed a couple of sticky cloves of black garlic and a handful of chopped dill, their shells shining as I …

Seafood

20 Things to Cook on a Rainy Summer Day

I honestly relish the opportunity to stay inside on a rainy summer day. While I am definitely an individual who can't get enough sunshine, a break …

Flavors

Taste Beyond The Tongue

Bourbon-Soaked Cherry Bread Pudding with Vanilla Glaze

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F and position a rack in the center of the oven. Grease a 2-quart baking dish with butter and set aside.<p>In a large …

Jeremy Lee’s recipe for apple strudel

Oh, I love apple strudel. It is a perfect pudding at this time of year, when the last of the winter harvest is exhausted, spring has upped and gone, and there remains a slight chill in the air, with summer tantalisingly on the horizon.<p>Apple strudel is so good it even appears in films, infamously in …

Dessert

Your Guide to the 5 Most Popular Cuts of Pork: How to Buy Them and Cook Them to Perfection

Whether you have yet to explore the pork section of your grocery store meat case, you're ready to take your repertoire beyond the pork chops in your …

BBQ

Harry Potter Butterbeer

Step 1<p>Make Caramel<p>In a pan on low heat, create a beautiful caramel with your sugar. You can add water or make a dry caramel, choose the method that …

Harry Potter

Just When We Thought There Were No New Ways to Cook an Egg...

Just when we thought there were no new ways to cook an egg, along came this soft-boiled meal in a cup.<p>Who wouldn’t want to be coddled? The word alone conjures up visions of fluffy down comforters piled high on feather beds and amiable assistants whose entire life’s work is devoted to fluffing up …

Breakfast

15 Braises to Maximize Your Meal Returns

<b>In the marketplace of the food world, braising is a smart investment.</b> Your costs are low (little effort, inexpensive cuts of meat) and your earnings are high (tender, crazy flavorful meat or vegetables in a sauce that has cooked itself). Sure, braised dishes need some time to appreciate, but that …

Toffee Apple Cookie Pie

Step 1<p>Preheat The Oven<p>preheat an oven 180°C.<p>Step 2<p>Cook The Apple<p>Peel the apples, remove the core and cut into small pieces. Dump the chopped apple …

Banoffee Bites

Step 1<p>Boil The Condensed Milk<p>Boil a saucepan of water and add the unopened tin of condensed milk so that it is submerged. Simmer for 4 hours, until …

6 Things That Happen When You Don't Drink Enough Water

Nine cups of water per day? Studies say it's worth it.<p>The Institute of Medicine suggests people drink about nine cups (or 72 oz.) of water a day, which may leave you wondering whether that's actually worth all the trips to the bathroom. We went straight to the studies to show you yes, it is.<p><b>1.</b> …

Wellness

Welsh rarebit, leek and thyme tart

<i>Inspired by classic Welsh rarebit, this gloriously cheesy tart is brimming with flavour thanks to strong Cheddar, mustard, leek and Worcestershire</i> …

Welsh Rarebit

Nigel Slater’s roast cabbage with parmesan sauce recipe

The recipe<p>Preheat the oven to 200C/gas mark 6. Peel 2 medium-sized cloves of garlic and crush them to a paste with a little salt. Put the garlic into a small mixing bowl and stir in 2 tbsp of olive oil and an equal amount of lemon juice. Season with a generous grinding of black pepper.<p>Slice a small …

Cabbage

The Seafood Restaurant: restaurant review

After the joy of East Pier Smokehouse at St Monans, Jay is all at sea among the well-heeled folk of St Andrews<p><b>The Seafood Restaurant, St Andrews, Fife (01334 479 475). Meal for two: £140</b><p>Lunchtime on a sparkling autumn day and I am in a Scottish fishing village which is so perfect it looks as if its …

Dining Rooms

Never Suffer Through a Bowl of Mushy Mac and Cheese Ever Again

Consider the days of too mushy, too dry, too overcooked, or too soupy mac and cheese long gone.<p><i>Yes, everybody makes basic cooking mistakes. Like, say, something as simple as overcooking mushrooms or toasting grains and spices. Below, reader Jasmin Wilson confesses to overcooking macaroni and cheese</i> …

Italian Food

Coffee decoded: why filter is the only way to brew beans now

<b>It's International Coffee Day this week - but do you know what you should really be ordering? Diana Henry cracks the coffee code</b><p>I’m in central London, queuing in a café, but I might as well be in a foreign land. The counter in front of me has golden flaky pastries, sandwiches on sourdough bread and …

Never Make Cakey (or Rubbery or Blackened or Gooey) Pancakes Again

<i>Yes, everybody makes basic cooking mistakes. Like, say, something as simple as overcooking mushrooms or toasting grains and spices. Below, reader Adrianne Edwards confesses to making her pancakes more cakey than pan-like to associate food editor Rick Martinez. Here’s Martinez's advice for making</i> …

Breakfast

It's Time to Banish These 6 Cooking Myths from Your Kitchen

In anticipation of his incredibly comprehensive new cookbook, The Food Lab's J. Kenji López-Alt debunked the most common cooking myths for us.<p><b>J. Kenji López-Alt</b> is not messing around when he says he's cooked over 1,000 steaks and baked more than 1,500 chocolate chip cookies. His recipes, which find …

Eggs

60 Fall Recipes We're Looking Forward to Making

All the fall recipes we're looking forward to cooking now that summer is (nearly) over.<p><b>Oh no ... it's actually happening.</b> The end of summer is fast approaching, and we're gearing up for shorter days, longer nights, cooler temperatures, colorful leaves, sweatshirts, and football. Not only is the …

Cooking

The Oatmeal Latte Is About to Make Your Breakfast 1000% Better

Milky espresso + your hot oatmeal. Goooood morning!<p><i>Associate web editor Rochelle Bilow really loves breakfast. Sure, she’s a morning person by nature, but what she really digs about breakfast is that it’s an opportunity to start the day on the right foot. It’s a chance to eat something healthy,</i> …

Breakfast

The 3 Kinds of Caramelized Onions Every Home Cook Should Know

Not all caramelized onions are created equal. Here are the three types you should know, and how to use them.<p>When caramelizing onions, there is a right color for the right job—you just have to learn how far to take ’em. No matter if you’re using yellow, white, or sweet onions, be sure to <b>use a large,</b> …

Onions

10 amazing shops every chocolate addict should visit - Telegraph

Burnt-Caramel Custards

8 Servings<p>Peggy Loftus, a contributor to Food52, devised these stellar custards.<p>October 2013Print<p>Ingredients<p>1 quart heavy cream<p>1 vanilla bean, split lengthwise<p>¾ cup plus 4 Tbsp. sugar, divided<p>6 large egg yolks, room temperature<p>Pinch of kosher salt<p>Whipped cream (for serving; optional)<p>Flaky sea salt …

Baking

Stop thinking and just eat: when 'food adventuring' trivializes cultures

Foodies’ taste for ‘authenticity’ can easily become another example of cultural appropriation in the quest for trendy ‘exotic’ flavors<p>Food trends change with alarming speed. Often, they’re prompted by the foodie elite, influential restaurateurs, or even pop culture. And while an emphasis seems to …

James Beard

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Parenting

This Mushroom Ragu With Cheesy Polenta Might Be the Ultimate Meatless Comfort Food

What do you choose for a Meatless Monday recipe during the month of May, when you can never really predict what the weather will be? That's a dilemma …

Cooking