Anne Feng

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Phat Phrik Khing: Smash Your Way to a Spectacular Dry-Style Thai Curry

More<p>The Vegan Experience<p>It's not just great vegan food, it's great food, period.<p>Stroll by a curry vendor in a Thai food court and you'll likely see one curry that stands out from the rest: <i>phat phrik khing</i>. Unlike most other curries, which are served with plenty of liquid—be it coconut milk or …

The Real Deal With White Chocolate, Dessert's Delicious Underdog

Our Favorites:<p>Valhrona<br>• Cacao Barry<br>• Green & Black's<br>• Fruition<br>• El Rey<p>More<p>All About Chocolate<p>Everything you want to know about chocolate<p>Some are diplomatic. "I love that it's the underdog," says chocolate educator Eagranie Yuh. "When you teach people about chocolate, you often hear them say 'oh I only eat …

How to Make Uovo in Raviolo: Showstopping Runny Egg Yolk Ravioli

More<p>Eggs<p>Buying tips, techniques, and recipes, no matter how you like them.<p>Let me begin by saying, <i>you can do this</i>. I know it for a fact because the first time I made <i>uovo in raviolo</i> was also the first time I made fresh pasta. And it was years before I went to culinary school or started working at …

The Best Chocolate Pastries and Desserts in NYC

More<p>All About Chocolate<p>Everything you want to know about chocolate<p>It's rare that I enjoy a chocolate dessert without pausing to think of my childhood. On occasional Sundays, my mother would surprise us with a brown paper bag of <i>pains au chocolat</i> from Épicures, one of New York's early gourmet food …

Dessert

The Food Lab: How to Sear Scallops

I remember a night, oh, a decade or so ago, when I decided to cook a scallop dinner for some girl I was trying to impress. That I don't remember exactly who this person was is a clue as to how the night went. I'd been cooking scallops for years in restaurant kitchens with no problems. <i>I got this one</i> …

The Food Lab: How to Make the Best Oven-Cooked Pulled Pork

Serious Eats<p>VIDEOS<p>Watch More Videos<p>More<p>Sandwiches<p>Tips and tricks for making the best sandwiches at home.<p>The easiest way I know of to ruffle the feathers of food-minded folks mounted atop high horses is to refer to some sort of vegetable preparation as "bacon." Second is to speak ill of a regional …

The Food Lab: The Best Goulash (Hungarian Beef and Paprika Stew)

I'm a fan of goulash in all its forms, and there are many. There's the American dish of ground beef, tomato sauce, peppers, and pasta—a dish that I knew as American chop suey while growing up in the Northeast. Then there's the classic Hungarian version, with small cubes of beef or pork in a brothy, …

Forget Raw: Roast Your Radishes for Maximum Mileage

There was a time, many years ago, when I'd look at the heaps of radish bunches at the farmers market, admire their vivid red and pink colors, and then think, "What the heck does anyone do with <i>that</i> many radishes?"<p>Back then, a radish, to me, was a tasty root vegetable to be eaten raw, its crisp bite …

The Food Lab: The Best Guacamole (and the Science of Avocados)

<b>BONUS: 12+ Ways to Doctor Up Your Guacamole »</b><p>More<p>Mexican Food<p><i>Recetas deliciosas</i> to transport your tastebuds south of the border.<p>Guacamole and I have come a long way together. It's one of the earliest foods I remember eating. My mother would make a batch heavy with tomato and onion every time we had …

Sauced: Guasacaca

I'll wager guacamole will abound this weekend at Super Bowl gorge fests across the country. This is rightfully so, with its crowd-pleasing creamy texture, fresh flavor, and a heartiness to sustain a person through a long stint of sitting on the couch. There's more than one way to do guacamole, …

Why it's always 9:41AM on the Apple clock

Maybe you've noticed it or maybe you haven't, but every time an iPad, MacBook, iPhone or other Apple product appears in an advertisement, the time is …

You Don't Have to Share These Chocolate Cakes

<i>We threw an end-of-year celebration with Carnival Cruise Line and ended it with this single-serving chocolate cake—and a free cruise for every guest (yes, really).</i><p>Break out the streamers, conical hats, and confetti: We're bringing back the molten chocolate cake, and that's cause for celebration in …

Swimsuits for science: Turtles try on new fashions to help protect their species

Sea turtles at the University of Queensland are wearing swimsuits for science. Researchers at the university have embarked on a three-year project to …

21 Festive Soups for Your Holiday Table

Gallery21 Festive Soups for Your Holiday Table<p>I believe in soup. Especially for Christmas dinner, when a warm and refreshing bowl of soup primes the palate for a parade of sweet ham, rich stuffing, nutty Brussels sprouts, and delectable pie. Ready to slurp? These 21 soups are the perfect complement …

How to Dehydrate Fruit in the Microwave (Yes, That's Right)

I am about to encourage you to use your microwave for a lot longer than you ever have before—and about 30 minutes beyond your comfort zone.<p>But hear me out.<p>Instead of buying a fancy fruit dehydrator or spending all of your money on the packages of unsweetened dried mango from Trader Joe's (don't …

Mum makes her 3-year-old’s doodles better by turning them into paintings

Even before giving birth to her daughter Eve, Canadian artist Ruth Oosterman already knew she wanted her child to be passionate about art. So as soon …

How Far in Advance Can You Make Holiday Cookies?

No! You <i>can’t</i> make all of the desserts and cookies for Christmas at the last minute and still enjoy the holidays.<p>Fortunately, <b>plenty of cookies keep well—and some actually improve with age</b>. Go ahead and try some of those traditional Scandinavian and German recipes that you’ve ignored all these years; …

Ugly produce is delivered right to your door every week and helps combat food waste

A brilliant social venture in California is taking all the 'wonky' looking fruits and vegetables that never get sold, and selling them at up to a 50% …

Selling

'I Hope The Hospital Has Enough Diesel For Their Generator'

By the time I was taken to the operating theater, I was groggy on painkillers, but I remember admiring the earthquake cracks creeping up the walls and snaking across the ceiling. Just before I drifted under anesthesia, my last thought encompassed my worries of my last two months in Nepal: "I hope …

Why Time Feels Like It’s Flying By (and How To Slow It Down)

Our parents warned us about it, but it’s hard to understand until you experience it first hand: as you get older, time seems to fly. It catches you …

Dominique Ansel Reinvents the Rainbow Cake

We asked pastry chef Dominique Ansel to give us his version of the rainbow cake. You're welcome.<p>Okay, we give up. We've joined the rainbow cake craze—but not the kind made with boxed batter and food coloring. We went to dessert guru <b>Dominique Ansel</b>, the pastry mastermind behind the world-famous …

Christina Tosi’s favorite holiday cookie, and tips for bakers

For someone who has come up with such concoctions as a compost cookie and crack pie, Christina Tosi of Milk Bar has a surprisingly simple holiday go-to cookie. It’s the one that she brings every year to her staff’s big cookie exchange, and the one that, to her, tastes like a mother’s love — because …

Dessert

The Food Lab's Complete Guide to a Stress-Free Thanksgiving

<b>The key to a successful Thanksgiving is planning.</b> Know what needs to get done, when it needs to be done, and how much manpower and time it's going to take you. There's no better way to derail a calm evening than by scrambling at the last minute to make sure your turkey is cooked through, the gravy …

The Serious Eats Guide to Carving Turkey

So you've followed one of our turkey recipes and have the golden beast in front of you. Now what? For many folks, the hardest part of cooking a turkey is carving and serving it. Depending on how you roasted the bird, the carving instructions will be a little different.<p>Here's how to carve a …

22 Thanksgiving Leftovers Recipes: Don't Stop Till You Get Enough

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 comforting about eating cold stuffing straight from the fridge. Plus, after you've spent the past couple days cooking it's nice to be able to …

Cooking

This Table Gives Food Substitutes for Just About Any Ingredient

You won’t always have every ingredient you need. RecipeTips helps you avoid a trip to the store with a giant table of almost every common food item, …

Curries

Ask "How Do You Do Your Work?" To Engage Someone In Conversation

The dreaded question “What do you do?” can be a little uncomfortable, but what’s worse is it offers little for your conversation partner to respond …

Hobbies

Loneliness May Warp Our Genes, And Our Immune Systems

Loneliness has been linked to everything from heart disease to Alzheimer's disease. Depression is common among the lonely. Cancers tear through their bodies more rapidly, and viruses hit them harder and more frequently. In the short term, it feels like the loneliness will kill you. A study suggests …

Psychology

60,000 bees create a gorgeous honeycomb teapot

Bees are increasingly recognised as a hugely important pillar of food and agriculture. But they're not just good at pollenating; they're pretty great …

The Food Lab: Here's What I'm Eating on Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is only a few days away, which means that at this stage in our handy countdown calendar, your menus should all be finalized, your turkeys should be dry-brining, and you should be just about ready to start <i>thinking</i> of <i>imagining</i> that your brain is not going to be overloaded with competing …

Cooking