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Kids Who Eat Healthy Develop Better Reading Skills

Eating better during the earliest educational years could be linked to higher reading comprehension and test scores.<p>If you have kids, you're …

5 Epic Double Cheeseburgers

Twice as good.<p>What's better than one burger? A stack of two juicy patties. Here, five epic ways to celebrate National Cheeseburger Day.<p>Toasted sesame …

Brine, Smoke, Cure: Why You Should Be Cooking Your Veg Like Meat

Forget roasting—these techniques for brining, curing, smoking, and more will change everything you know about cooking veg.<p>Want to know the secret to complex-tasting, perfectly cooked vegetables on the grill? Use the same techniques you would for say, a steak. Sad pepper-and-onions kebabs—your days …


Matty Matheson’s Lasagna Will Get You Laid, and More Wisdom from the Unlikeliest TV Chef

"I don't go to the gym. I don't f***ing eat juice. I don't f***ing cross fit. I don't do that."<p>It’s time for a YouTube bender. If you haven’t seen <b>Matty Matheson’s</b> hilarious—yet totally followable—recipe videos for Vice Munchies, start here. The 290-pound completely tattooed Toronto chef shouts at …

What Happens When Starbucks Wants to Sell Your Baked Goods?

How one baker went from selling hand pies on the stoop of her home to selling them in Starbucks across the country.<p>On July 12, you can get jam-filled, icing-topped four-square-inch hand pies made with love in Brooklyn at coffee shops across the country.<p>Okay, at Starbucks.<p>The strawberry or brown …


59 Cool Cucumber Recipes We're Very Into

Cucumbers add freshness and crunch to our favorite summer recipes, from Japanese-style pickles to popsicles.<p><b>We love a good cucumber, especially in summer</b> when the cukes are plentiful. But there's a whole world of cucumber goodness out there, and we're here to help you explore it all. From popsicles …


How to Care for that Fancy Carbon Steel Pan You Just Bought

Not cast-iron. Not stainless steel. Not nonstick. Here's how to use a carbon steel pan.<p>If you have a cast-iron skillet or two, and you know how to season it, and how to clean and maintain it—you're finally ready for a pan upgrade. Meet: The carbon steel pan.<p>Similar to the cast-iron but with a few …

Cast Iron Skillet

Finally Make Silky, Low-Fuss Vinaigrette That Won't Separate

Learn how to emulsify your vinaigrette so that it'll actually stay as silky-smooth as you intended.<p><i>Yes, everybody makes basic cooking mistakes. Like, say, something as simple as overcooking mushrooms or toasting grains and spices. Below, reader Carol confesses her dressing woes to associate food</i> …


How Pastry Chefs Hide Engagement Rings in Desserts

When dessert comes with an unexpected sparkling garnish.<p>First, a word on the Jumbotron engagement.<p>Have you ever wanted to seek out the Jumbo-couples and ask the bride if she'd have said yes, say, in the parking lot of a Home Depot? Is this gigantic public display of affection just too much pressure …


These Pink-and-Red Recipes Have Their Valentine's Day Pants On

All the pink and red Valentine's Day recipes you can handle, and then some.<p>When is it appropriate to theme your food choices around a specific color? When they're these pink and red Valentine's Day recipes, that's when.

Don't Ruin Valentine's Day: Avoid These Chocolate Truffles Common Mistakes

Here's what most people screw up when attempting a chocolate truffles recipe at home.<p>Real talk: Chocolate for Valentine's Day—or any other day, for that matter—is totally overrated. Unless. Unless it's <i>really good</i> chocolate. We're talking quality ingredients and superb, melt-in-your-mouth texture. …


It's Not Valentine's Day Without Molten Chocolate Cake

When love is in the air, chocolate will be on our plates—preferably in molten cake form. We talk BA's Best Molten Chocolate Cake and more on this week's Valentine's Day-themed foodcast episode.<p>For all our kvetching about celebrating Valentine's Day, when it comes down to it, we actually kind of …


12 Pretzel Recipes to Satisfy Your Undeniable Salt Cravings

Pretzels are a perfect food—and so is any dish they're in.<p>Big salt clusters, elastic golden brown dough, just the right hit of salty and sweet: Pretzels are a perfect food, and so is every dish they're part of. These 11 are no exception.


3 Blue Cheeses for People Who Think They Hate Blue Cheese

If you think you don't like blue cheese, these 3 might change your mind.<p>When I was working at Murray's Cheese in N.Y.C., first as a cheesemonger, then in the classroom, I heard a lot of people say, with surprising conviction, "I don't like blue cheese." It hurt me, like a cheese knife straight in …

Blue Cheese

37 Foods to Dunk (and Cover) in Chocolate

If you liked it, then you should've put some more chocolate on it.<p>We hold this truth to be self-evident: Things just taste better covered in chocolate.


44 Simple, Healthy Fish Recipes for Crazy-Busy Weeknights

Nothing fancy, showy, or meaty here. Just our best simple fish recipes—perfect for weeknights.<p>Nothing fancy, showy, or meaty here. Just our best simple fish recipes—perfect for weeknights.


Cook Korean Food at Home (Without Smoke/Fire/Kimchi Everywhere)

The best way to keep your fridge from smelling like a kimchi factory, and more tips from the wise authors of Koreatown: A Cookbook.<p>With the very smart decision to cook Korean food comes a level of responsibility. With highly fermented kimchis and dishes with names like “dead body soup” (don’t …

Korean Food

Wait, When Did Food Get So Cool?

Welcome to Bon Appétit's first-ever Culture Issue, where everyone is invited to the table.<p><i>Welcome to Bon Appétit's first-ever Culture Issue! All month long we'll be bringing you stories from the intersection of food and music and entertainment and politics and more. (Psst, subscribe here!)</i><p>Five …

Just How Food-Obsessed Is the Typical Millennial?

Millennials are forking over $96 billion a year on food. Here, a less-than-scientific look at their purchases.<p><i>Welcome to Bon Appétit's first-ever Culture Issue! All month long we'll be bringing you stories from the intersection of food and music and entertainment and politics and more. (Psst,</i> …

Why Americans Don't Cook as Much as We Used To

On Michael Pollan's new Netflix show "Cooked," he gets to the bottom of why we're spending less time in the kitchen than ever.<p>Remember when making dinner didn't entail pulling out an app, sorting by rating, filtering by cuisine, and Adding to Bag for checkout and delivery? So does <b>Michael Pollan</b>, …

Processed Food

85 Homemade Pasta Sauce Recipes That Aren't Marinara

These non-marinara, creative pasta recipes will come in handy when you want to give red sauce a rest.<p>We'll always love marinara, but it's time we started seeing other sauces. From vibrantly green pesto to fiery chili oil, these pasta toppers are perfect for when you need a break from the red sauce.


51 Ways to Cook Root Veggies


The Best American Fruit You've Never Eaten

The pawpaw has been growing wild for generations. Now chefs are finding creative ways to introduce it to diners.<p>The pawpaw—which, odds are, you’ve never heard of—has a bit of magic about it. The fruit is hard to find and harder to transport. With its sometimes-mottled green exterior, custardy …

In Search of a Legendary Medicine Soup in Providence, Rhode Island

It may not be FDA-approved, but we're convinced a few spoonfuls of this spicy broth can cure anything.<p>Everyone in Providence, Rhode Island, knows the powers of medicine soup. The brothy noodles at Angkor Restaurant are invigorated by the spices typical of Cambodian cuisine—black pepper, cardamom, …

Rhode Island

Make Silky Carbonara—Not Scrambled Egg Pasta

Carbonara can go from velvety to scrambled eggs in seconds. But it won't happen to you.<p><i>Yes, everybody makes basic cooking mistakes. Like, say, something as simple as overcooking mushrooms or toasting grains and spices. Below, reader Marcy confesses clumpy carbonara to associate food editor Rick</i> …

Italian Food

The 4 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid When Cooking Chicken Breasts

Avoid these common chicken breast mistakes and pretty soon you'll be the breast around. Err… well, you know.<p>You don't have to lie to us: We know that chicken breasts are in your regular cooking rotation. And why shouldn't they be? They're cheap, cook quickly, and are about as soothingly reliable as …


There Is No Love Like Cast-Iron Pan Love

For Camino chef Russell Moore, a friend’s flea-market find turned into a lifelong love affair with vintage cast-iron pans.<p>One day at Chez Panisse, my friend Tony Brush pushed eight cast-iron Griswold and Wagner skillets toward me and said, “Here are some pans for you.” We both rode bikes and liked …


15 Recipes that Prove Cardamom Makes Everything Taste Better

Cardamom may be expensive, so put the spice to good use in these 15 recipes.<p>Cardamom is wonderfully strong and fragrant, and using fresh pods makes a world of difference in flavor. Just keep in mind that 10 pods equals 1½ teaspoons ground cardamom when you're out shopping, because you'll soon be …


A Rooftop Greenhouse Is Feeding Thousands of Montreal Citizens Year-Round

<i>Welcome to Out of the Kitchen, our ongoing exploration of the relationships that build and sustain the food industry. This year, we’re traveling the country to look at how sustainability has become a rapidly growing movement within the food world. Chefs at the forefront of this trend are</i> …