Christine Baese

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No Packets Allowed: Hot Chocolate You Actually Want to Drink

Whether you like it classically creamy, bittersweet, spicy, or spiked—we've got just the recipe.<p>We drink hot chocolate because it’s rich and creamy, warm and luxurious. It's a comfort food, to pick you up when you're feeling down, or when you're just really cold. It's best served next to a skating …

Recipes

Small-Town Italian Pizza Vibes...in Inner-City Detroit

It took Dave Mancini seven years to get his thin crust pizza recipe right.<p>The red tiled roofs of Supino, Italy, hug the side of tree-blanketed Monte Santa Serena like a sleepy baby clutching an oversized teddy bear, then gently tumble down into a green plain littered with ancient churches, family …

Inner Cities

10 Homemade Stocks for All Your Soup Needs

Don't ever throw those bones away—utilize them to make these 10 flavorful, long-simmering stocks.<p><b>There's nothing like a large pot of simmering goodness</b> to welcome you home after a long, tiring day. In case you didn't know, stock, as opposed to broth, is made with bones, and the collagen from those …

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15 (Not Cheesy) Life Lessons from Alana Chernila's The Homemade Kitchen

Alana Chernila’s latest book The Homemade Kitchen has recipes for braised lamb shanks, preserved lemon hummus, broccoli raab with cheddar polenta, and baked apples topped with maple ice cream. The recipes sound very, very good, but <b>amongst the book’s 320 pages lies lessons and messages less about</b> …

Homemade

Why This Butternut Squash Cake is Better Than Pumpkin Pie

It's a well-known fact around the Food52 office that if Amanda Hesser sits you at the center of her dinner party table it's because you're funny (or at least <i>more</i> funny than the people way down at the end).<p>And if that holds true for where desserts land on the table (and I have to believe it does), …

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How to Buy, Store, and Cook With Cranberries, In Season in October

Here's how to buy, store, and cook cranberries, in season in October.<p>Despite conventional wisdom, cranberries do not originate in gelatinous canned molds; they grow in marshy bogs, on vines. Just before they're ready to be harvested, the bogs are often flooded with water. The water is then churned, …

How to Buy, Store, and Cook With Apples, In Season in October

Here's how to buy, store, and cook with apples, in season in October.<p>You say "fall," we say "apples." Sure, these red (Or green! Or orangey-pink!) fruits are available in supermarkets year-round, but there's something so satisfying about biting into a perfectly ripe, just-picked apple. Whether you …

How to Buy, Store, and Cook With Winter Squash, In Season in October

Here's how to buy, store, and cook with winter squash, in season in October.<p>If there was ever a harbinger of autumn weather, it's winter squash. Orange as the fall leaves, and perfectly delicious roasted or simmered into a warming soup, squash is versatile and tasty, walking the line between savory …

How to Buy, Store, and Cook With Sage, In Season in October

Here's how to buy, store, and cook with sage, in season in October.<p>What is fall without sage? (Hardly a fall at all, we'd argue.) This woody, hardy herb is tough enough to stand autumn's cooler temperatures, and can also stand up to high-heat cooking methods—making it the perfect pairing for …

17 Warm Drink Recipes to Keep You Cozy, From Hot Chocolate to Hot Toddies

When the temperature drops, warm up with these cozy (and sometimes boozy) drinks.<p>A good pumpkin spice latte is a beautiful thing, but there's a whole world out there of hot drinks that deserve some room in your favorite mug. From cleansing teas to boozy toddies, here are 17 cozy drink recipes that …

4 Cozy Recipes Perfect for October

These 4 cozy fall recipes will make the transition from summer to fall so easy, so fast, and so fresh.<p>It's officially fall, and this October we've got cozy on the mind. So hurry up and make these dishes already—it's nice over here. Come join us.<p>Magic Mushrooms<p>Our idea of magic mushrooms is crisp, …

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5 of Our Most Popular Recipes Like You've Never Seen Them Before

We tested out our new Nest Cam by filming key steps from five of our most popular recipes.<p>We often talk about how the Test Kitchen is <i>Bon Appétit</i>'s home base. All of our recipes, from Salted–Butter Apple Galette to Red Wine–Braised Short Ribs, start here. Our Test Kitchen editors spend their days …

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It's Fall! Here's What We Are Braising, Roasting, and Putting Cinnamon On

When the mercury drops, our ovens come on. Here are the weekend fall cooking projects Bon Appétit staffers can't wait to make.<p><b>When the mercury drops</b>, our ovens come on. Here are the weekend fall cooking projects <i>Bon Appétit</i> staffers can't wait to make.

Coconut Cream Pie with Macaroon Press-In Crust

Makes one 9" pie Servings<p>Tandem Coffee + Bakery’s coconut cream pie recipe riffs on the classic in all the right ways. Shredded coconut is a genius swap-in for cookie crumbs in the crust, and incorporating both coconut and regular milks in the custard gives it better flavor and a fluffier …

Baking

Chicken Paprikash

2 Servings<p>The technique here is to sear the skin first, then bake the chicken pieces flesh side down—the meat will cook up moist and tender while the skin roasts to a crackling finish.<p>September 2015Print<p>Ingredients<p>1 Dai Due's Master Brined Chicken, cut into 8 pieces<p>Kosher salt, freshly ground pepper<p>…

An Inside Look at The Good and Bad Years of Every Relationship

<i>Image: Nicole Moreno</i><p>In a few weeks, Nick and I will celebrate two years of marriage. I thought I would share with you my view on the different years …

Beer, Biscuits, and Burgers: How to Eat and Drink Your Way Through Asheville, NC

For years, Asheville has been craft beer nirvana. Now, thanks to homegrown and new-to-town chefs, it’s the food that’s leading the way.<p>If good beer were all <b>Asheville, North Carolina</b>, had to offer—and with nearly two dozen breweries and the nickname Beer City, USA, it has a <i>lot</i> of good beer—we’d …

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