World, this is the genius chocolate chip cookie we've been waiting for. Oh, and one other thing: It's vegan. Notice that I didn't say it's genius for a vegan chocolate chip cookie or in spite of it. This
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A Manhattan restaurant is aiming to make spaghetti portable. Emanuele Attala, chef and co-owner of Spaghetti Incident on the Lower East Side, tells QSR Magazine that in his hometown of Rimini, Italy, is
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In this ongoing Inside Scoop series, Making Food, we explore the Bay Area’s expanding universe of food entrepreneurs—and the delicious, creative foods they’re making. The good stuff: Fresh Fruit Infusions.
Tea and Scotch is a common mix in China and elsewhere in Asia. But can it catch on in Europe? By Will Lyons Will Lyons The Wall Street Journal Biography @Will_Lyons willlyonswine William.Lyons@wsj.com
Learning how to make butter is easy—and it's also one of the most satisfying DIY kitchen tasks there is. Associate web editor Rochelle Bilow may work on the internet, but when it comes to cooking, she
Some mornings you don’t have time to brush your hair, let alone drink a cup of coffee. No worries, you can get caffeinated on your commute. If you’re anything like me, your mornings aren’t going to get
With so many berries to choose from, why not make a cobbler, crisp, crumble, or buckle? Here are 18 so good you'll want to dig well below the crumbly top layer and polish off the whole thing. When someone
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When we start waking up to hot and sticky mornings, we retire the stove and say good morning to these cooling, no-cook breakfasts instead. We love oatmeal and omelets as much as we love all breakfast (which
Ever wondered what it would be like to pack it up and hit the road and see the world. These travelers are living that dream and sharing their adventures on Findery.com. From backpacking through Peru and exploring the Antarctic to relocating their family to Costa Rica, these travelers are taking life by the reigns and ditching traditional conventions. Are you hungry for an adventure?
Great ceviche is easy to make and nearly impossible to mess up. Here's how to do it. When I was just out of college, a group of friends and I backpacked across Mexico. We started in a small beach town
A round-up of intimate drawings from Meriwether Lewis, Milton Glaser, Stefan Sagmeister, and other bright minds The nature and origin of creativity is the subject of many a theory. But, rather than theorizing