Serious Eats VIDEOS Watch More Videos [Photographs: Vicky Wasik. Video: Serious Eats Team] I've been learning about omelettes for as long as I can remember. When I was four, my family went down to Boca
Move over, spiralized comfort foods; there’s more than one way to turn your favorite dishes low carb and gluten-free. All aboard the zucchini train — err, zucchini boat. Once you halve a zucchini and out
If a dish was ever going to change your life, it would be this one. There are some foods that, when you really nail them — like really, really hit them exactly on the head — they can change your life.
Serious Eats VIDEOS Watch More Videos [Video: The Serious Eats Team. Photographs: Vicky Wasik] If there were a pasta bible, the first line would read, "In the beginning, God created aglio e olio." Historically,
How to avoid the dreaded dry white meat. Yes, everybody makes basic cooking mistakes. Like, say, something as simple as overcooking mushrooms or toasting grains and spices. Below, reader Molly Frisch ruining
Are you ready to amp up the romance this Valentine’s Day? GOOD, because we’ve got the perfect recipe to make for your V-Day dinner. We spotted this Red Wine Spaghetti situation on Food&Wine a while back
Classic all-American beef stew, optimized. [Photographs: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt] We've been stewing up a storm on Serious Eats recently, and we're not stopping any time soon. This time: All-American beef Sounds
As communities across the Northeast, upper Midwest, and Mid-Atlantic brace for snow, we're thinking that staying inside on Tuesday (and maybe Wednesday, too!) is looking like a better and better idea.
[Photographs: J. Kenji López-Alt] Most recipes for beef stew start with cutting meat into cubes, then browning the cubes in a big pot. The idea is that browning builds flavor through the Maillard reaction,
[Photographs: J. Kenji López Alt] There's a universal law for caramelized onions: The longer they take to caramelize, the tastier they'll be. Like all universal laws, this one is meant to be broken. In
[Photographs: Vicky Wasik] You know that crushing feeling you get when you're two seconds away from making beef stew and then realize you forgot to marinate the meat? Yeah, me neither, but open enough
You made a batch of turmeric tea to chase away a cold and poured the golden mixture into a favorite, pale-colored mug. Or you served turmeric soup in a white bowl, or wiped up a slick of curry with a dish