If you want to impress your friends, they will surely marvel at your culinary capabilities at first bite.
Turns out the kiddie empire has some highly unexpected cameos in its past.
I've come up with a more hearty Mexican entree which can be layered up and served fresh and hot at a dinner party.
There's an oyster spot for every circumstance in New York City.
Every person on the planet has a story, and I believe the same can be said for every small family business.
The condiments, sauces, and side dishes that amplify pork pleasure are here in refined form.
Cakebros (and sorority sisters), welcome to the club.
You'll never again have to hunt down that rogue ketchup bottle or worry about all your mayonnaise spoiling in the sun!
There's something about the edgy flavor of dill that mates it well with so many things in so many cuisines.
Americans may remember "Freedom Fries" and "Freedom Onion Soup," but in a grand twist of irony, Le District, a 23,000 square foot paean to French cuisine, recently opened directly across from the Freedom Tower at One World Trade Center.
Bring one of these delectable recipes to the party and be prepared to field recipe requests.
There's something sensual about feeling the weight of an egg in my hand. I cradle it carefully with my fingers, caressing the cool delicate shell before cracking the egg open, allowing the gelatinous white to spill out. The slippery yolk settles within the bottom of the mixing bowl. It looks completely circular and perfect.
You know your taste in clothes, shoes, food and cars, but do you know your taste in wine? If you had asked me ten years ago before I started living in Italy, I would have said, "No." and "Who cares? Wine snobs are boring."
Korean fried chicken is all the rage and has become one of my favourite street food snacks. Hot, juicy, tender chicken, with a crunchy American-style batter, and a rich sauce that's spiked with chilli, soy and garlic and sticks to everything it gets in contact with (making it the worst first date food in history)...
Use them incorrectly and you've performed the Eastern equivalent of putting your elbows on the table and chewing with your mouth open. To help avoid those faux pas, we consulted a group of experts and asked them to share a few basic protocols.
There's been talk about how cooking is in the elites-only club. I've heard plenty of this sentiment anecdotally, and I've seen it expressed in so-called studies--especially since last fall, when a report was released that said cooking made women (yep, just women) more stressed out.
My husband and I have gone on four ocean cruises, and we recently returned from our first river cruise. We sailed through the South of France on the Viking Delling, indulging in some of the area's best dishes without even leaving the ship.
Kent Rollins, famous for his chicken-fried steak and out with a new book called A Taste of Cowboy, kindly showed us his foolproof recipe. It is as simple as it is delicious, and with all Kent's tips, you can't go wrong.