December 2018 4 servings Cooking potatoes twice—once in water, and a second time in hot oil—is hands-down the best way to achieve extra-crispy potatoes at home. And while there's nothing wrong with a of
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Put them in a pitcher (or a fishbowl) and grab some straws. Warm weather is the time for spontaneous entertaining. Does the sunset look really good from your roof tonight? Get the crew together real quick.
The perfect loaf starts with some bacterial friends. Sourdough bread, tangy and chewy, is my favorite bread for grilled cheese sandwiches (white cheddar only, please), pesto paninis, and eating an entire
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Who said you have to stop grilling when summer is over? No one. These are our favorite fall grilling recipes. You know what's better than standing in front of the grill and sweating? Standing in front
4 servings Choose the largest head of cauliflower you can find. When you cut into it, keep in mind that the two center pieces will stay together, but the two end pieces may fall apart into florets and
It’s easy to wax poetic about doughnuts. Whether they’re light as air and melt in your mouth or caky and sugarcoated, ready to dunk, who can pass up a fresh one? The best are made by hand with wholesome
This Summer, cool off to a refreshingly fizzy beer-based cocktail. While a few classics like the Fuzzy Navel, michelada, and shandy are making modern comebacks, prepare to see beer in a whole new light.