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[Photographs: Vicky Wasik, Morgan Eisenberg, Daniel Gritzer, Emily and Matt Clifton] When I was growing up, Thanksgiving was always a marathon day of food. Sure, dinner was an elaborate affair, but we
Full disclosure: I bake a lot. People are always asking what happens to all the desserts and cheesy biscuits and pull-apart breads that emerge from my kitchen. And here's what I do: I save enough for little
Last fall, an aberrant chocolate chip cookie turned up in my Instagram feed. As wide as a salad plate and flat as a flounder, it appeared thin, but it was somehow layered with slabs of chocolate. Oddest
[Photograph: Vicky Wasik, J. Kenji López-Alt, Morgan Eisenberg] Sandwiches are one of the most infinitely versatile foods in the world. Basics like the PB&J or ham and cheese are a starting point, but
We’re all about enjoying a fresh pastry for breakfast, but it turns out, they’re just as good for dinner too. Think about it — pot pies with a top or bottom crust are technically pastries (and so delicious!).
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For the novice baker, making buttermilk biscuits from scratch might seem like a terrifying culinary endeavor. But truthfully, this flavored buttery quick bread only requires a few simple steps and a really
These 17 eggplant recipes give you an idea of how versatile it can be. Whether you want to grill eggplant, bake it with cheese, or enjoy it in a curry or stew, we've got a recipe for you. [Photographs:
Chiles rellenos—Mexican-style stuffed and fried peppers in a roasted-tomato salsa—was one of the very first dishes I learned how to cook, using the method that my dad taught me. It mostly involved cans.