Tabitha Seiler

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5 Fruity Beers for People Who Don’t Like Fruity Beers

Here, five great bottles to introduce skeptics to the wonderful world of fruit-enhanced beers.<p>IPA snobs and stout elitists often regard fruity beers …

Hackers only need to get it right once; we need to get it right every time

Hackers need to find one weak point to steal valuable information, while you must account for every possible vulnerability across your entire infrastructure. We must band together, think like a bad guy and take action to protect what matters.<p>Recent high visibility hacks, such as those at Target and …

Whipped Frosting

Just try not to lick the spoon when you make this basic frosting that pairs perfectly with our Versatile Vanilla Cake, , and Lemon Cake.

Piping Basics

All cakes are wonderful, but when piped with stars, hearts, or friendly faces, they're truly something to celebrate. Read on to learn how to use a pastry bag and pastry tips to create a unique masterpiece. It's so easy that even kids can do it!

Rhubarb: Our Best Sweet and Savory Recipes for This Spring Treat

<b>In Season:</b> Rhubarb can be found from late winter to early spring with a peak season from April to June.<p><b>What to Look For:</b> Thin, red, crisp stalks have the best texture. If stalks are floppy, it indicates they were picked too long ago.<p><b>How to Store:</b> Wrap in plastic and refrigerate for up to one</b> …

Martha's Favorite Cake-Baking Tools

How do professional cake bakers produce such wondrous creations -- and make it look easy in the process? Part of their secret is having all the right tools at their disposal.<p>Martha recommends keeping these essential tools handy to help you bake impressive cakes with less effort.<p>Cake Pans<br>Cake pans …

Dessert

Chocolate Buttercream Frosting

This recipe, from the How Sweet It Is bakery in New York City, is used to make delicious .

Serious Entertaining: A Last-Ditch, Goodbye-Summer Picnic

More<p>Guide to Steak<p>All the methods and tips you need to make perfect steak, each and every time.<p>With fall a mere ten days out, summer is proving quite the cruel mistress. There she goes, parading about, dangling her blue skies and warm, sunshiny weather before our sweaty, eager faces, all the while …

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Chicken Dinners: Quicker Chicken and Okra Gumbo

I poke fun at my experience of working for Red Lobster, but I'll admit they had a rocking gumbo soup. I ate as much of it as I could—and by that I mean a hell of a lot. Sure, it was soup out of a bag, but it was delicious, particularly the last gunky bits at the bottom of the pot that had been …

Burger City Guides: Jason Dady's Favorite Burgers in San Antonio

In San Antonio, BMOC Jason Dady keeps busy overseeing five restaurants, with concepts ranging from Tuscan-inspired fare at Tre Trattoria to an eclectic, ever-changing line-up of fusion dishes at food truck The DUK Truck.<p>If you want a Jason Dady-created burger, you'll find one the brunch menu at BIN …

7 Delicious DIYs For The Overachieving Foodie

Hardcore home cooks: Right this way, please.<p>Convenience, as far as food is concerned, does not cater to the obsessed. It does not cater to those passionate about the process, those who are at their happiest digging their hands into a squishy ball of dough or spending hours scouring the internet and …

Choppers, Road Hogs and Bikes: Vintage Photos of Motorcycles on the Road

Vroom<p>What do Evel Knievel, the pope, and Ronald Reagan have in common? Motorcycles! See vintage images of road trips past.<p>10.05.14 6:45 AM ET<p>Columbia …

America’s Top 10 Lakes to Visit This Fall (Photos)

Take a Dip<p>Lake trips offer the perfect mix of relaxation and water action, plus the chance for some moonlit skinny-dipping.<p>09.02.13 4:45 AM ET

red wine chocolate cake

Saturday night, New York City was the loudest I’d heard it in a long time. I should preface this by saying that I live in a noisy part of an already …

apple pie cookies

As far as reentry* points to on-a-whim cooking go, these cookies aren’t the most obvious choice. I might have gone with something from the market, or …

homesick texan carnitas

I am embarrassed by how long it took me to discover carnitas, or “little meats” that are usually braised then roasted, and are as far I quickly …

dijon-braised brussels sprouts

Is there anything so dull as a brussels sprouts recipe just days after the brussels sprout-ing-est holiday of the year? No? Phew. Because these …

buttermilk roast chicken

Without a doubt, the very best part of fried chicken is the battered, seasoned, gold-tinged and impossibly crisp exterior. But, as far as I’m …

banana bread crepe cake with butterscotch

If this site could have a single prologue, it would go like this: It all started out so innocently. Because doesn’t it always? I wanted something …

strawberries and cream biscuits

Did you go strawberry picking last weekend? Did you haul home too many and they are disintegrating faster than you are able to can, preserve, or …

vanilla custards with roasted blueberries

Today is my sister’s birthday. Every year, I ask her what kind of cake I can make her and do you know what she says? “I don’t want a cake. I just …

apple mosaic tart with salted caramel

My husband likes to joke that every other comment on this site in the month of October is, “Help! I went apple picking and I brought home 20 pounds …

my favorite buttermilk biscuits

I won’t lie: I generally feel — being a Jewish kid from suburban New Jersey — about the least qualified person on earth to talk about biscuits. My …

spinach and smashed egg toast

What do you make yourself for lunch, if nobody else is around? I bet you’re hoping I’m going to say something ambitious, like “a gently poached …