Todd Schwindt

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Vegan Cream of Broccoli Soup

<i>You can make this creamy, ridiculously easy, vegan broccoli soup two ways, curry spiced or savory.</i><p>For someone who has such definite opinions about …

Til Ka Ladoo - Sesame Candy Recipe by Manjula

Guacamole Recipe

If pressed, I could tell you how to make good guacamole in one sentence. Something like this - mash ripe avocados with finely chopped white onions, a …

Food

Zuppa Vegana: Italian Potato, Bean, and Kale Soup

It’s been a big week here in the FatFree Vegan household. First of all, last Saturday we got a new family member! If you’re a Facebook follower or …

Sopa de Ajo (Garlic Soup)

<i>If you're like us, you look to the seasons for what to cook. Get to the market, and we'll show you what to do with your haul.</i><p><i>Today: Meet Spain's fluffy, pungent</i> sopa de ajo, <i>a peasant soup that will carry you through the last stretches of winter.</i><p>When winter persists, shooing us back towards our …

Bring New York to You (with Mini Black and White Cookies)

I have to admit, I’d never heard of black and white cookies before I moved to New York 7 years ago, but I quickly learned that a good black and white cookie is a beautiful thing: soft and cakey, with a nice balance of chocolate and vanilla.<p>Unfortunately, despite their iconic status, most black and …

Earl Grey Tea Cookies Recipe

These crisp sugar cookies are flavored with citrusy Earl Grey tea leaves.<p>Read the Whole Story<p>Ingredients1 1/2 cups all purpose flour1/2 teaspoon baking powder1/2 teaspoon salt1 tablespoon Earl Grey tea leaves6 tablespoons unsalted butter, at room temperature1/2 cup sugar1 egg1/2 teaspoon …

27 Brussels Sprouts Recipes for Roasts, Sautés, Kimchi, Salads, and More

Here are 27 of our favorite recipes to cook Brussels sprouts—and not just as a side dish.<p>Brussels sprouts—those little cabbage-looking things—are way more than just a side-dish. You can pickle them into a spicy kimchi, bake them on top of a pizza, shred them into salads, and toss them into pasta. …

Cooking

Hearty Soups and Stews Perfect for Chilly Days

There's a recipe in here with your name on it.<p><b>There's nothing like a bowl of hearty, hot soup or stew</b> to warm you up from the inside-out. Whether you go vegetarian (Italian veggie soup) or meaty (hello, braised oxtail), there's a recipe here with your name on it.

Cooking

Cook The Ultimate Chicken Soup

Kick the canned crap out of your kitchen!<p>Some foods possess magical powers. A really great steak can somehow make you feel like more of a man. A peak-season tomato can transport you to summers past. And a bowl of chicken soup can simultaneously reinforce and refresh you.<p>If your diet has taken a …

Recipes

Ivan Ramen's Slurp Shop: Damn the Authenticity, Full Speed Ahead

Ivan Ramen Slurp Shop<p>600 11th Avenue, Inside Gotham West Market (44th street and 11th Avenue; map); ivanramen.com<b><br>Setting:</b> Upscale food court<b><br>Must-Haves:</b> Smoked white fish donburi, slow-cooked pork donburi, chili eggplant mazemen, classic shoyu ramen<b><br>Service:</b> Food court-style self-service, but the …

Weekend Baking Project: Stollen

There is a basket in my parents' house which, to this day, holds back-issues of <i>Gourmet</i> magazine. It was there when I was a kid, and I used to love looking at the photos of all things that I wanted to eat and places I wanted to go. One strange memory sticks in my head, which is of seeing a photo …

24 Delicious Food Gifts That Will Make Everyone Love You

Should you want to make everyone think you're the best friend/student/cousin/co-worker in the world this holiday season, it's easy (and budget friendly): Give the gift of noms.<p>Photographs by Macey Foronda<p>Labels by Chris Ritter

7 Secrets to the Ultimate Prime Rib for the Holidays

Overcook a chicken breast or pork chop, and you'll face few consequences. Overcook a prime rib, and your reputation as a grill master will combust faster than the Yule log.<p>Prime rib is the <i>ultimate</i> main course for a holiday dinner or New Year's Eve feast, not to mention the most majestic—and …

Butter Cookies With Dried Cranberries and Roasted Pecans

The inspiration for this recipe arose a few years ago, when my mother-in-law gave me a huge bag of freshly picked pecans. I was absolutely delighted of course, but wondered what I would end up making with all these pecans.<p>Since the holidays were around the corner, making cookies was the first thing …

Layered Mix Success: Tips for Making Gifts in a Jar

December 1, 2015 by Cynthia Ewer Interested in making layered baking mixes in a jar?While pretty, these gift mix recipes can leave people asking lots …

Billionaire's Meatloaf from Alex Hitz

It's beloved as comfort food, but this classic dish can hold its own at even the fanciest affairs.<p>When I moved to New York in the mid-1990s, there were so many hostesses and hosts who gave easy, elegant, fun lunches and dinners. They were well known for their parties, and though varied in their …

Recipes

26 Reasons Shakshuka Is The Most Perfect Food

Shakshuka is a Middle Eastern and North African dish that combines eggs, tomatoes, and spices to create the perfect meal for any season and time of day.

Wellbeing: the pitfalls to avoid if you want to stay healthy

Science<p>The index card<p>The index card: Professor Paul M Stewart offers some golden rules that can help you to dodge poor health, expensive gym fees and trouble with the law<p>First published on Sun 10 Nov 2013 02.00 EST<p>Share on Facebook<br>• Share on Twitter<br>• Share via Email<p>Topics<p>Science<br>• The index card