Cooking for guests, when you're not used to it, can be hard on the nerves. It's often the stress that is the sole cause of things going wrong – from the jangly clanging of heavy metal utensils dropped
Is your Dutch oven collecting dust in a corner? It's time to dust it off and give it some love with one of these 42 hearty recipes. Dutch ovens are made to last—seriously, Le Creuset has a lifetime guarantee—and
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The chicken thigh is the heavy-hitting ingredient of the speedy weeknight dinner menu. The chicken thigh is our favorite heavy-hitting ingredient of a speedy weeknight dinner. It's inexpensive. It's flavorful.
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6 to 8 Servings Active Time: 1 min Total Time: 1 min You'll want crusty bread for sopping up this San Francisco fish stew. December 2011Print Ingredients 1 teaspoon fennel seeds 3 tablespoons olive oil
Preparing food from scratch makes us healthier, is good for the soul and gives us our humanity. So why has cooking become something we watch, rather than do? William Leith reports. Jean-Michel Cohenbelieves