Freddy Davis

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Candied Jalapeño Mayo

In this recipe from Christine Cikowski and Josh Kulp of Chicago's Honey Butter Fried Chicken, jalapeños and Fresnos are candied before getting …

Food Preservation

Biscuit Sticky Buns

Special equipment: Dough cutter, 9-by-13-inch baking dish<p>For the dough: Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F. Lightly butter the sides and bottom of a …

Baking

Pull-Apart Grilled Cheese Is The Ultimate Hack To Making Grilled Cheese For A Crowd

And Not A Dirty Pan In Sight!<p>GET THE RECIPE HERE.<p>Here at Delish, we're all about comfort food. To me, there is no food more comforting than a classic …

Cooking

Taste Beyond The Tongue

Shokupan Japanese bread loaf you must try!

Make Yudane the night before. Place bread flour in a bowl and add boiling water and mix well. Put cling wrap and refrigerate overnight. *1<p>Place all …

Baking

Stifado with Beef and Caramelized Onions

This, I hasten to say, is my personal version of stifado, to which several of my Greek friends gently object. For one thing, I brown the beef first …

Yotam Ottolenghi’s recipes for New Orleans gumbo and banana and cardamom tart

Nowhere is the complex, almost cryptic nature of the food of New Orleans more apparent than in gumbo, the dish most associated with the city and most loved by its people. For one thing, there are only three gumbo ingredients that more or less everyone agrees on, and those are the holy trinity of …

New Orleans

LeBron: I have nothing left to prove in the NBA

If LeBron James' NBA career was to suddenly end today, his place in the annals of basketball history would forever be secure on the back of one of …

The Best Way to Soften Brown Sugar

Dried-out, rock-hard brown sugar happens to the best of us, and we're all familiar with the classic tricks recommended to get it soft again—stick a slice of bread or an apple wedge in the bag, and osmosis will kick in overnight. But seriously, in what universe is that practical? I want cookies …