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Why Breakfast Cake Is Amazing - Bon Appétit

April 20, 2015 /

Written by Rochelle Bilow

Associate web editor Rochelle Bilow really loves breakfast. Sure, she’s a morning person by nature, but what she really digs about breakfast is that it’s an opportunity to start the day on the right foot. It’s a chance to eat something healthy, fast, and

Cake

43 Essential Kitchen Secrets

Recipes

15 Stellar Ways to Grill Shellfish

Briny and delicious shellfish get an extra smoky boost of flavor when thrown on the grill. Here, 15 awesome recipes for your next cookout:

1. Grilled Lobsters with Miso-Chile Butter
Grilling lobsters at home, like F&W’s Gail Simmons does, is supereasy if you have your fishmonger clean and halve the …

Cooking

10 Scientific Reasons You Should Drink More Wine

It's essentially MAGIC in a bottle.

1. Red wine is a great source of antioxidants, which increases levels of HDL (good cholesterols) and gets rid of the bad stuff (LDLs) more so than white. This means goodbye, heart disease, and hello, unclogged arteries.

2. Red wine also slows the growth of breast

Drinking

Summer recipes to get the best out of basil

Fragrant basil has the power to conjure memories of hot summer holidays - and to transform tomato salads, chicken dishes and sorbets

There’s a big bunch of basil soaking in hot sugar syrup in my kitchen (I’m in the middle of trying out various basil-infused sorbets) and the smell is so heady I feel …

Recipes

4 Interesting Ways to Preserve Fresh Thyme — Herb Gardening 101

Thyme is a culinary herb that tastes just as great dried as it does plucked straight from the garden. It's also an herb that is incorporated more …

Food

Hot and Sour Soup Recipe

Rinse the shiitakes and woodear and put them in a bowl, adding just enough water to the bowl so that the shiitakes are mostly covered. Don't add too …

Recipes

Up Your Cocktail Game... With Smoke! Plus 5 Easy Recipes

By now, you know Raichlen's rule: If a food tastes great baked, fried or sautéed, it tastes even better grilled. So, if a cocktail hits the spot shaken or stirred, it surely sips better smoked.

Which brings us to one of one of the hottest trends in American mixology these days: smoked cocktails. …

Recipes

How to Make Delicious Greens (Without Sautéing Them in Olive Oil)

Even if you’re doing your best to cook root-to-leaf and nose-to-tail, there are probably still some edible bits you’re missing. Every other Sunday, we'll focus on one overlooked scrap, and show you how to turn what would otherwise be trash into a dish to treasure.

Today: The summer braise you'll want

Recipes

The Juiciest Fruit: 16 Ways to Make the Most of Delightful, Drippy Plums

Fruit

Quick and Easy Egg Drop Soup Recipe

This Chinese egg drop soup from my friend and guest contributor Garrett McCord couldn’t be easier! It takes no more than 20 minutes to make start to

French Wine Regions Champagne, Burgundy Win World Heritage Status

PARIS — France's wine-making region of Champagne and a part of Burgundy have been granted "world heritage status" by the United Nations, giving a boost to the country's drive to encourage tourism and revive its flagging economy.

The designation by UNESCO, the United Nation's cultural arm, is …

Wine

Are Tea Bars the New Coffee Shops - Bon Appétit

May 7, 2015 /

Written by Christine Muhlke

Whether you’re keen on drink-of-the-moment matcha or more interested in fine oolongs, shops focused on tea are expanding well beyond twee afternoon tea parties and shabby chic interiors. Which is to say, they look more like our favorite spots to drink coffee …

Drinking

Grapefruit, Ginger, and Lemongrass Sake Cocktails

I used to only order sake occasionally, always at a Japanese restaurant, and always hot. But a recent dinner with sake expert (and chef and artist) …

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Author Notes: Creamy banana ice cream swirled with sweet homemade Mexican cajeta. —Riley …

Ice Cream

Rosemary, Bacon and Sugar Roasted Peaches | How Sweet It Is

Alright. I have like 37 seconds to tell you about these peaches before they are out of season.

I seriously thought I was done with peaches. Especially …

Recipes

Bourbon Pecan Pie

There is SO much baking and cooking going on in my kitchen lately.

Pecan Pie has always been my favorite dessert for the holidays since I was a child. …

Secret Ingredient Blueberry Pie | Shauna Sever | The Next Door Baker

I used to be the queen of multitasking. Before children, I had the awesome ability to keep all kinds of balls in the air–thoughts, plans, chores, …

Recipes

There are two scientifically superior ways to make iced coffee with next to no effort

To make good iced coffee this summer, don’t just pour coffee over ice cubes.

Experts say there are actually two much better ways to make iced coffee: …

Coffee

Good Cooking

The headwaiter at Kan’s could not decide immediately where to seat the Child party. One table was too small, another too far from the windows. …

Cooking

Herby Corn Salad

“Cool and bright, this herb-laced corn salad is my new summer staple.” –Alfia Muzio, recipe developer

Instructions

Whisk oil and vinegar in a large bowl; season with salt and pepper. Add shallot and herbs. Fold in corn; season with salt and pepper.

Recipe by Alfia Muzio

Photograph by Danny Kim

Recipes

How to Make the Perfect Cup of Tea

May 26, 2015 /

Written by Belle Cushing

Apologies in advance for the bubble-bursting, but we have an announcement: Making tea is not just boiling water and pouring it over a bag. There’s a time and a place for PG Tips, to be sure, but beyond that place is a whole world of greens, blacks, oolongs, …

How-To's

Green Masala Trout

Fish or any seafood is my preferred choice of protein any time of the year but particularly more during summer months. I will not bore you with …

Recipes

Why Saransh Goila's book 'India on My Platter' is my kind of book

India on my Platter

I normally don't do book reviews these days.

Most of the food books that have come my way recently are recipe based books. The true …

Indian Recipes

The Scallop Scoop: Survey Forecasts A Banner Year In Atlantic

Scallop fishermen off the East Coast could soon see one of their biggest bumper crops ever. A federal survey in waters off Delaware is predicting a boom in the next couple of years for the nation's most valuable fishery.

Every year, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration looks for young …

Scallop

Thomas Jefferson’s Handwritten Vanilla Ice Cream Recipe

Another thing you can credit Thomas Jefferson with — being the first known American to record an ice cream recipe. It’s one of 10 surviving recipes …

Dessert

17 Red, White + Blue Recipes That Will Make You See Fireworks

Fourth of July weekend is right around the corner, and you still need to figure out what you’re bringing to the party. Dessert or appetizer? Sweet or savory? Whatever you decide on, it has to be something that stands out from the rest. Make sure your dish gets the attention it deserves by following …

Recipes

Get Ready for the 4th of July With Red, White and Blue Jello Shots!

The 4th of July is right around the corner. And you know what that means? It’s time to party! Luckily, we’re hooking you up with the ultimate party starter: Red, White and Blue Jello Shots! These patriotic shooters are a cinch to make AND are guaranteed to be a hit at your Independence Day bash. …

July 4th

Much Kneaded: Slow-Cooker Cola Pulled Pork

Slow-Cooker Cola Pulled Pork

Can we all agree that the new McDonald's Happy Meal mascot is totally creepy?

Seriously, is he trying to scare the kids …

Pork