Do you love to eat fish but can't cook it at home? If that sounds like you, then here's your guide to cooking fish to perfection. Plus we have some recipes for sauces that don't need to be cooked at all.
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Even if mastering sushi can take a lifetime, Morimoto says anyone can make a well-balanced maki (roll) at home.
Try these foolproof techniques, brought to you from the Real Simple test kitchen.
By Hilary Meyer, Associate Food Editor for EatingWell I'm a skeptic. So when I hear the words "healthy" and "cookie" together, I imagine biting into...
You can't cook bad bacon. Well, unless you really burn it.
If the question is "Can you put ricotta on that?" the answer here at Food52 is usually yes.
Turkish delight doesn't have to be chalky and neon-colored.
Dishes with lots of those different flavor components taste better after they've had a night in the fridge to mingle.
Flavored with lemon zest and ground nutmeg, these doughnuts are sturdy and sublime.
It looks so vibrantly pink, it convinces you that it's going to taste sweet and fruity, something like raspberry sorbet.
With butter consumption at a 40-year high, it seems that home cooks are ready to embrace animal fats once more.
This recipe is one of my favorite ways to prepare a spicy mango pickle that makes a great accompaniment to any Indian dish.
This is easily one of the best ice creams I've made (or had!) to date.
Mastering steak at the stove means you can enjoy it even after summer's long gone.
Take a cue from Julia Child and stock your cabinet with the best beverage for the home cook.