Every party must be equipped with plenty of appetizers, and it's always better to have a variety of options, from dips to cheese to stuff on a skewer. This collection of recipes has a little bit of everything
[Photographs: J. Kenji López-Alt] Most of us, no matter how discerning we sometimes get about our meals, have a soft spot for fast food in one form or another. For some, it's a carton of greasy chow mein
[Photograph: Nila Jones, Morgan Eisenberg, Vicky Wasik, Carrie Vasios Mullins] Dessert on Thanksgiving is practically synonymous with pie—for many of us, it's the only day in the year that we eat pumpkin
Repeat after me: no more takeout. The weeknight hustle is real. After getting home from work or a workout, it’s can feel damn near torturous to spend more energy scrounging up a meal, especially a healthy
Regular Rice Krispies treats are good, but add peanut butter, butterscotch chips, and a chocolate topping and you'll have something even better. The people who market breakfast cereal are smart people.
Many of us have succumbed to the lure of the mid-afternoon microwave cake. There is something satisfyingly indulgent about piling spoonfuls of sugar and flour into a mug, then watching a steaming, sweet-smelling
Sunday cooking can be the most satisfying kind. Not only do you get the relaxing benefits of being in the kitchen and making dinner, but you get the peace of mind of knowing that you don’t need to sweat
From savory hand pies to a deep-fried tofu bowl, these are the restaurant recipes our readers want to cook at home this month. This is R.S.V.P., a monthly column in which Bon Appétit publishes recipes,
Here’s how to make pasta in 2015. Sorry, pesto and pomodoro, we love you, but the rules have changed. Grated horseradish instead of Parmigiano? Why not? Chopped shrimp instead of sausage? Bring it on.