With Mother’s Day right around the corner, you still have a few days to find the gift your mother will remember for years to... A family enlists Brooklyn design-build firm MADE to renovate a brownstone
A kitchen by design firm Collins & Sweezey reveals the soft, warm side of classic floor-to-ceiling cabinetry. It was a slab of rare Blue Macaubas quartzite — now on the island — that caught their eye.
Hint: It isn't cheap. We can argue about whether or not a new version of the classic "Full House" is scary, but we can't argue about how scary high the prices are to live in a home like the Tanners'. in
A touch of Art Deco glamour brings bathing to new heights. Step into this room and you might think you're crossing the Atlantic on the Normandie. Frank Hodge took his cues from that great ocean liner,
Breakfast Breakfast cereal fatigue can set in even among die-hard fans. So aside from mixing up the box rotation, what’s a cereal lover to do? Turn cereal on its head and add it to baked goods, smoothies
Makes 36 (9-12 Servings December 2012Print Ingredients 1 tablespoon unsalted butter 1/4 cup minced shallot 2 large garlic cloves, minced 3 tablespoons panko (Japanese breadcrumbs) 3 tablespoons whole 3/4
A Southern-style appetizer Ingredients Hush Puppies 3 cups buttermilk cornmeal mix (preferably White Lily) 1 cup self-rising flour (preferably White Lily) 1 tsp. baking soda 2 tsp. kosher salt 4 tsp. black
Ready for dinner in 20 minutes with one pan and 8 (mostly pantry staple) ingredients? Yes, you won’t believe it till you try it: This pasta is streamlined in everything but taste, and the flavors are Ingredients
When it comes to making a calzone, it's what's on the inside that counts, so why not explore all the options? Try this classic version, or these delicious variations: Mushroom-Artichoke, Broccoli-Ham,
The secret to moist fried chicken is maintaining the correct oil temperature throughout the process. If it's too low, the chicken will be greasy and soggy, and if it's too high, the coating will burn the
Sugar cookies are a buttery classic that make a delicious anytime treat. Enjoy your sugar cookies plain, or decorate them with icing to make them festive. This recipe is a favorite of Martha's, who likes
Use this recipe along with our Royal Icing to make Partridge-in-a-Pear-Tree Cookies, Snowman Cookies, Reindeer Cookies, Santa Claus Cookies, Marbleized Peppermint-Candy Cookies (not pictured), and Snow
Orange-scented cranberries -- usually a seasonal relish -- get a spot on the dessert table in these two-bite cookies. The crunchy yellow cornmeal crust, brightened with orange zest, is a fitting match.
The pink hearts are made from a sugar-cookie dough; the chocolate hearts are a little denser. What holds these charming sandwich cookies together is a filling that will remind you of an Oreo. It's creamy,