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An Early Spring Lunch: Deviled Egg Salad With Parsley

Where would we be without the hen's egg? Could we have fought wars or invented the telephone without it to sustain us? Would the American diner still have far too many pages of breakfast options? Probably not, but, either way, I'd like to dedicate this post to Mother Nature for creating such a …

Carrot Cake With Cardamom, Currants and Ginger-Crème Fraîche Chantilly

A couple of years ago, my nieces (aged eight and 11 at the time) asked me to make a carrot cake -- with no walnuts or cinnamon -- for a birthday party. One of their friends was allergic to both ingredients, but they <i>really</i> wanted a carrot cake for this occasion.<p>So I got to work and decided to turn …

McDonald's Tries Chili-Stuffed Burger in Germany

There's no question that Burger King's new Bacon Cheddar Stuffed Burger isn't really a stuffed burger: a true Juicy Lucy-style stuffed burger has fillings in the center of the burger. BK simply mixes bacon and cheese into its ground beef patty. But at least those are traditional burger condiments. …

Bon Appétit Magazine: Recipes, Cooking, Entertaining, Restaurants

How To Chop, Dice, and Mince an Onion

How Big is a Dice? How Small is a Mince?<p>How do you know how big or small something is supposed to be? If the recipe writer feels it matters, usually …

Onions

Spice Up Your Cooking With Za'atar: 9 Recipes to Make Now

After visiting a za'atar farm in Lebanon and bringing home a couple bags of the tangy, herbaceous spice blend, I'm inspired to start using it more in …

Butternut

The 7 Best Burgers

Juicy, savory, meaty—a perfect burger is a thing of beauty

How to Make Boozy Slushies in an Ice Cream Machine

Here's why I love ice cream so much: when you screw up and get something that's structurally unsound, it's usually salvageable. Vanilla ice cream that's gone icy? Blend it into milkshakes—or a root beer float. Just try that with pie.<p>If you're making sorbet, especially with a thin base ingredient …