Author Explains Why Mysterious Archeological Find Blew Him Away and Sent an ‘Earthquake’ Through the Biblical Studies World
An author and Bible expert who has spent a great deal of time analyzing recent archaeological discoveries said that he has been “blown away” by an ancient tablet that was discovered back in 2000 — one
One of the best parts about our test kitchen manager, Brad Leone's, job is his weekly trip to the farmers' market. It's his responsibility to supply the kitchen with ripe produce, protein, and pantry year-round.
The most important tool in your kitchen requires a little TLC for top-notch cuts. If you've never sliced something with a truly sharp knife, it's a revelation, turning an arduous task into a pleasure.
Forget dry salmon. Nobody needs that. Yes, everybody makes basic cooking mistakes. Like, say, something as simple as overcooking mushrooms or toasting grains and spices. Below, reader Leslie Grau confesses
Take care of your kitchen's most important tools, and they'll serve you well. Now's the time to brush up on knife care and safety, by avoiding these common mistakes. You know that choosing a quality knife
The one tool you need to make perfect falafel is the one you're probably not using (yet). We're going to let you in on a secret: The one tool you need to make great falafel is the one you're probably using—yet.
Salmon just never seems to get old. Here are our best easy salmon recipes to make with our favorite weeknight dinner protein. We love salmon for a million reasons, but #1 is definitely salmon's versatility.
The clean-up of a pipeline spill south of Fort McMurray is underway, but the cause of the contamination has yet to be confirmed. Vacuum trucks were on site Saturday and fencing went up to keep wildlife
Once again, in the attempt to make Jesus relevant to the twenty-first century, another of his followers winds up mischaracterizing first-century Judaism. Once again, in the attempt to make Jesus relevant
Gone is Maria Bjornson's lush set design that featured a massive staircase and a candelabra-filled lair, as well as director Hal Prince's romantic interpretation of the story of a beautiful soprano named
6 Servings Because of the brothy marinade, the skin won’t get as crisp as with other roast chickens, but the flesh will be so tender, you’ll want to eat it with your hands. August 2014Print Ingredients
Would you like a piece of cake right now? For Goodness Cake is here for you. Every week, we'll be sharing recipes that prove why cake should be its own food group. Today: What makes one chocolate cake
It's Friday. You've made it through the week. Now you can have a little fun. Celebrate with brownies. Or bread pudding. Or graham cracker chewy bars. Or have all three -- I won't tell. Midnight chocolate
A defense lawyer who left a baggie containing two ounces of marijuana on a courtroom bench has agreed to pay a $150 fine to resolve the infraction. Vincent J. Fazzone, 46, was in a courtroom in New London,
Red wine-braised brisket has all the makings of a family classic. We’ve been on a bit of a bender lately. A meat bender, that is. Last week we were all about the meatloaf. And now we're diving directly
For those nights when you get home hungry, stressed, and impatient, Hangry is here to help. Each Monday, Kendra Vaculin will share quick, exciting meals to rescue anyone who might be anxiously eyeing box
We developed the ultimate meatloaf recipe and can't wait for you to try it. Over the course of the last two weeks, Test Kitchen contributor Jessie Damuck and I ate meatloaf every single day, sometimes