[Photographs: J. Kenji López-Alt, Vicky Wasik] As beloved as Thanksgiving dinner is, it's the leftovers that folks really get excited for. After all the stress of the holiday, there's something incredibly
15 savory recipes to make every night of Hanukkah a delicious celebration. [Photographs: J. Kenji López-Alt, Carrie Vasios Mullins] With most holiday meals, you're pressured to go all out on a single Hanukkah
Rich, creamy, comforting, and easy. [Photographs: J. Kenji López-Alt] There are certain dates that just seem to have some kind of cosmic significance. For Doc Brown, that date might be November 12, 1955.
Vegetables and cheese unite in this killer dip. [Photographs: Morgan Eisenberg] I was a jerk as a kid. Once, a family friend dressed up in an elaborate Santa costume—sack full of toys and all—to cheer
[Photographs: Vicky Wasik, J. Kenji López-Alt] If your extended family only gets together for dinner a couple times a year, you should make each meal count with a show-stopping centerpiece. This holiday
[Photographs: J. Kenji López-Alt, Daniel Shumski] Unless you have a big immediate family (or work the line at a hot brunch spot), you probably don't often cook breakfast for a large group. But when you
[Photos: Elana Lepkowski] Growing up, my sister and I considered hot cocoa to be the ultimate winter treat. After all, drinking your chocolate is the fastest way to ingest it. And it came with marshmallows!
[Photographs: Wes Rowe] The drumsticks are long gone, the glorious mountains of mashed potatoes and stuffing devoured. You've constructed your perfect final combo bite: a little turkey, a smear of cranberry
Back to basics: sugar cookies are an exercise in simplicity. [Photograph: Vicky Wasik] Sugar cookies are the plush, pillowy hotel beds of dessert: comforting, soft, and warm. Every time I sink into one,
[Photograph: Morgan Eisenberg, Vicky Wasik] When it comes to planning a cocktail party, the first thing to consider is, of course, the booze. Our drink calculator and guide to cheap—but tasty—liquor should
After the crown roast of pork, the Christmas goose, and the ham, after the plates upon plates of cookies and pies and cheesecakes, it can feel good to whip out the blender come January 1st, and make breakfast
Eat Better TODAY On the heels of a long and indulgent holiday season, New Year’s Day offers the perfect opportunity to start fresh and commit to healthy eating. And what better way to kick off 2015 than
The higher the heels, the closer to God, or so the saying goes, but for most of us, strapping on a pair of six-inch stilettos feels closest to Old Testament–style vengeance than anything. “Foot problems
A second set of style musings and sage advice from the most quotable names in fashion. Plus, see the first installment for 50 more. "The best fashion show is definitely on the street. Always has been,
Oscar de la Renta was a great man, and a great American designer. Over five decades he made fashion that was elegant, based on the tools of the trade that he learned in Spain at Balenciaga, and in Paris,
Two unusual ingredients—sushi rice and bechamel—lead to arancini with a thin, super-crisp crust and a molten interior. [Photographs: Daniel Gritzer] Food writers spend a lot of time waxing poetic about
Watermelon and Red Onion Salad With Bibb Lettuce, Pickled Shrimp, and Jalapeño Vinaigrette From 'Heritage'
[Photograph: Peter Frank Edwards] I know, this salad screams summer, and most of us are already slurping down pumpkin lattes and hot soup. But warm weather will come again, and when that first watermelon
[Photograph: Judy Baxter, Flickr] A few years ago, Southern Living opened a recipe feature by declaring, "It doesn't get much more Southern than a plate of Fried Green Tomatoes." 25 years ago, that would
Make your own edible vampire teeth with this easy sandwich cookie recipe! [Photographs: Vicky Wasik] You know those white plastic vampire teeth you can buy at the 99¢ store when Halloween season rolls