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Instant Pot Coq au Vin

4 servings<p>Browning the bacon, vegetables, and chicken in a skillet before adding them to the Instant Pot is the most efficient way to get good color on each ingredient without making yourself crazy trying to use the machine’s “Sauté” setting. Instead of hours in the oven, this classic French braise …

Clam Dip

8 servings<p>Look, if you want to cook, shell, and chop a boatload of clams, we support you. But if what you really want is a delicious clam dip that comes together in less than 15 minutes, this recipe is for you.<p>December 2017Print<p>Ingredients<p>4 6.5-ounce cans chopped clams, drained<p>1½ cups sour cream<p>2 …

Lemony Latkes

Makes about 12<p>This cheesy, lemony twist on traditional latkes was created by Missy Robbins, chef/owner of Lilia in Brooklyn. Watch her and editor in chief Adam Rapoport compete to see whose latke is truly the best here.<p>December 2017Print<p>Ingredients<p>6 Yukon Gold potatoes (about 2½ pounds), peeled<p>1 …

Grilled Rib Eye with Shishito Pepper Salsa

8 servings<p>Cooking the peppers for only a short time preserves their green color and means they’ll bring some bite and texture to the salsa.<p>August 2017Print<p>Ingredients<p>3 1½-inch-thick boneless rib eyes (about 1¼ pounds each)<p>Kosher salt, freshly ground pepper<p>1¼ cups olive oil, divided<p>1 pound shishito …

Sippin’ Green Gazpacho

Makes about 6 cups<p>This zippy, herbaceous drinkable soup is like a trip to the farmers’ market in a glass. Coldness dulls flavor, which is why it's important to season generously while the mixture is warm.<p>August 2017Print<p>Ingredients<p>2 pounds English hothouse cucumbers (about 2 large), chopped<p>2 garlic …

Recipes

Your Caprese Salad Doesn't Need Tomatoes

Swap tomatoes for fruit like figs and peaches this summer.<p>Confession: <b>I hate raw tomatoes</b>. It's something about the seedy, watery texture and the acidic flavor that just doesn't work for me. They're fine when they're cooked—roasted, blitzed into tomato sauce, or in soup primed for grilled cheese …

Food

Caraway Pickled Carrots

Makes 1 quart<p>If you like your pickles spicy, add a pinch of crushed red pepper flakes. This recipe is from P.Y.T. in Los Angeles, CA.<p>July 2017Print<p>Ingredients<p>12 ounces small carrots, any color, tops trimmed to 1½ inches, peeled<p>2 teaspoons caraway seeds<p>1 teaspoon coriander seeds<p>1 teaspoon black …

Shaved Fennel Salad with Green Olives and Provolone

4 servings<p>It’s all in the details with this fennel salad recipe. Taste after each step to reach the perfect balance between salt and acid. This recipe is from Café Altro Paradiso in NYC, read more about it here.<p>July 2017Print<p>Ingredients<p>2 large fennel bulbs, tough outer leaves discarded, bulbs, …

Pickling other than carrots

I’ve been making batches of spicy, pickled Mexican carrots for years, to use in salads or just eat as snacks. It hadn’t occurred to me that I could …

Mango Margarita (No Sugar Added)

<b>by Lisa Bryan | Downshiftology</b> — May 1, 2017<p>You’re gonna love this <b>mango margarita</b> on the rocks, made from fresh mangoes. Mangoes are so sweet on …

Cinco de Mayo

BA's Best Stuffed Cabbage

4 servings<p>Stuffed cabbage is great for a crowd, but if you find yourself with a lot of leftovers, it’s also a dish that freezes well. Pack the rolls a few at a time into resealable plastic bags, press out the air, and freeze. This is part of BA's Best, a collection of our essential recipes.<p>March …

Braised Cabbage Recipe on Food52

<b>Author Notes:</b> While any cabbage can be used for this dish, I especially love the texture and flavor of good old-fashioned, standard-issue, hyper-affordable green cabbage. It yields at least 8 cups of cooked veg and makes an awesome platform for fried eggs the next day. Or mash the cabbage with …

Breakfast Recipe: Cornflakes with an unexpected twist

Celebrity chef Sanjeev Kapoor is known for his innovative recipes and here he gives the ordinary cornflakes an incredible Indian makeover. Breakfast …

Scrambled Eggs So Plush & Spicy, They're Worth the Slow-Cooking Wait

Scrambled eggs are to dinner what those greige sweats are to your wardrobe: You turn to them in dire straits; you sink into them late at night, over the weekend, when no one is watching.<p>How many times have we said just that, throwing shade on scrambled eggs as the quintessential sloth-person's …

How to Make Candied Ginger

2K<p>4K<p>11<p>Shares 6K<p>People who write cookbooks about baking often try to avoid publishing recipes that call for candy thermometers. I’m not sure why, …

Up Your Kitchen Game With Craft Salt Cooking

In his new book “Bitterman’s Craft Salt Cooking,” Mark Bitterman goes all dinosaur-movie voice-over (salt is “the food that time forgot”). A few more …

What to Do with Preserved Limes, Your Latest Kitchen Experiment

Cut up limes, add salt, wait. Boom, you have preserved limes. Now what?<p>You can do more with a lime than take it off the rim of your glass and squeeze it into your Tecate. You can do more than squeezing it over your fish tacos. You can do more than just squeezing it in general. You can use salt and …

Relish in These 27 Condiments for All Your Summer Barbecue Needs

No summer meal is complete without one of these flavor-packed condiments.<p><b>We're not above bottled ketchup and mustard.</b> We're just saying no summer meal spread is complete without the homemade relish, salsa, chimichurri, and mayo. The recipes for all these grilled-food enhancers and more are straight …

Korean Tonight: How To Make Pork Belly Lettuce Wraps

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Chiles Rellenos (Mexican-Style Cheese-Stuffed Chilies) Recipe

Chiles rellenos—Mexican-style stuffed and fried peppers in a roasted-tomato salsa—was one of the very first dishes I learned how to cook, using the method that my dad taught me. It mostly involved cans. I'm pretty sure that the only reason we used canned chilies back then is that it wasn't possible …

42 Recipes That Are a Zillion Times Better Because of Fish Sauce

Basically instant umami—and one of the most unexpectedly versatile condiments on earth.<p>If you look up umami in the dictionary, we bet you'll find a big ol' bottle of fish sauce (usually made from anchovies, salt, and water) as the entry. A staple in Southeast Asian cooking, fish sauce adds a hit of …

3 Ways to Make an Iced Turmeric Latte, from Easy to Advanced

How to make a healthy turmeric latté at home, from basic to baller.<p>If you're not seeing turmeric everywhere, you're either living under a rock or are <i>very</i> good at getting out stains (seriously, that stuff makes everything yellow). We're fans of the vibrant, healthful spice, and the evidence is in …

Why do truffles taste so weird?

The subterranean fungi can transform pasta, French fries and even honey. But what’s behind its famously funky flavour?<p>Let's face it, truffles are a little bit mysterious. Far more people have heard food writers sing the praises of the knobby subterranean mushrooms than have actually tasted them. …

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Seaside or lakeside, waterfront houses evoke a sense of peace. Here are 6 of our favorites.<p>That’s right—we’ve found stylish, high-quality prefabs that start at $135,000.<p>If you have a nomadic streak and like waking up in a different place every few months, weeks, or even days, then a home on …

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A dramatic house in Australia drew its architectural inspiration from Mies van der Rohe but got its color from fresh tomato sauce.<p>Meet the first zero-emission nursery in...<p>A teardown renovation in Cambridge, Massachusetts, comes with a mandate for maximum efficiency.<p>With LEED-certified …

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The Better Way to Shuck an Oyster

Shucking oysters may look intimidating but it can be deceptively simple. Above, the chefs over at Seattle's Chefsteps show off a foolproof way to do it, going at them from the bottom right-hand side near the front. Then it's just a quick flip of the oyster meat to show off the underbelly and remove …

Make Bouillabaisse, Feed Your Inner Francophile

<i>With a little digging, we're sometimes lucky enough to unearth Heirloom Recipes, dishes that have made their way from one generation's kitchen to the next.</i><p><i>Today: The fish stew of the Mediterranean has a little magic and a lot of aromatics.</i><p>There are some foods so evocative of their place of origin …

One-Pot Clambake

8 Servings<p>August 2011Print<p>Ingredients<p>1 750-milliliter bottle dry white wine<p>2 1/2 pounds small new potatoes, about 1' in diameter<p>8 live lobsters, about 1 1/4 pounds each<p>8 large eggs<p>8 ears of corn, husked, halved<p>4 celery stalks, cut diagonally into 1/2' pieces<p>1 1/2 pounds spicy smoked sausage (such …

Fennel-Honey Granola

12 Servings<p>What you really want to do with this granola is make the be-all, end-all of yogurt parfaits.<p>June 2015Print<p>Ingredients<p>⅓ cup pine nuts<p>⅓ cup raw sunflower seeds<p>¼ cup slivered almonds<p>1 tablespoon sesame seeds<p>2 teaspoons fennel seeds<p>½ cup honey<p>3 tablespoons smooth peanut butter<p>3 tablespoons …