Essential reading for premature iced coffee weather.
Unless you’ve got recipes that specifically call for “blackstrap molasses” it has no place in the pastry pantry.
Harry & Ida's pastrami sandwich is one of New York's best — and it uses a secret ingredient
Get some of the best skillets without breaking the bank.
We found a deal on our favorite mid-priced blender today... It's a good one.
Makes for an impressive spread, and no one will know you barely did a thing.
Forget magnets—raw sugars from around the world make the best souvenirs.
When it comes to baking, the elephant in the room is the temperature of the room itself.
Save your weeknights with a pasta sauce that cooks in less time than the pasta.
Making dulce de leche at home is as easy as opening a can...
Winter blues, be gone.
Even the greats can be improved upon.
Get ready to give ramen from scratch a try.
On the origins of everyone's favorite comforting carb.
Maybe there is some truth to what people say about those special Detroit pans being the secret ingredient in Detroit pizza...
If you have spaghetti, garlic, salt, and oil, you can make this pasta right now.
If you love hot chocolate, then you need to know about Mexican atoles.
Stop! Read this before you throw away those herb stems.
The choose-your-own-adventure way to great refried beans.
Your New Cheddar Bae: One-Bowl, Make-Ahead, Garlicky Buttermilk Drop Biscuits From BraveTart
Get the full recipe: http://bit.ly/2lnVvhW
Creamy, cheesy lasagna that puts spinach flavor front and center.
Make hearty, warming Tuscan ribollita with whatever vegetables you have on hand.
Our trick? Sautéing the shrimp shells in oil extracts their flavor and infuses it into the sauce.
2-minute hollandaise = 1 happy Saturday
Like pizza? Time to try tarte flambée.
Served with just a little bit of vinegar to dip them in.
The star of the show for your Lunar New Year feast.
We’re not here to debate the health benefits of coconut oil. We’re here to talk about all the ways in which it’s really freaking delicious.
We love a happy accident.
Today on the podcast, Phil Rosenthal—host of the new series Somebody Feed Phil - Netflix Original. #SpecialSauce
Quick tip for making cleanup a snap.
How we'll be celebrating Chinese New Year.
With the right tools, preparing butternut squash is easy.
Learn more: http://www.seriouseats.com/2014/10/knife-skills-how-to-prepare-butternut-squash.html
Two roads diverged in a casserole dish...
These classic dishes will be sure to bring you daji dali—good luck and great prosperity.
Everybody's working for the weekend.
On the origins of everyone's favorite jar of chocolatey spread.
Rich, crisp, and light with pockets of creamy milk chocolate.
Wow the pants off your partner with these vegan Valentine's day menus.
The trick to these insanely rich and fudgy brownies? Brown butter and double the chocolate.
Read more: http://www.seriouseats.com/2018/02/make-better-brownies-with-brown-butter-and-double-the-chocolate.html
A good pair of kitchen shears is one of those things that are hard to appreciate until you have them. Use these to open infuriating food packaging and snip poultry. Insider tip: They're also a nutcracker and a bottle opener. Did you see the flathead screwdriver built into them? Also, they're on sale.
Word to the wise: Don't make a sunchoke side for your V-Day date.
Happy Valentine's day to our true loves: Nutella and cheese!
Read more: http://www.seriouseats.com/2013/04/brie-and-nutella-grilled-cheese-recipe.html?utm_source=feb17&utm_campaign=fb
A romantic Valentine's Day dinner for two that's almost impossible to screw up.
Planning a steak dinner for your Valentine? Here's everything you need to know.
Easy chocolate-covered strawberries for Valentine's Day dipping. http://bit.ly/2khrlvJ
Fresh variations and old favorites.
Knife Skills tells the story of a restaurateur in Cleveland who opens an upscale French restaurant employing only recently released convicts. Thanks to the good folks at New Yorker Video, all Serious Eaters can see it for free, wherever you happen to find yourself with 40 minutes to spare.
WATCH NOW: http://video.newyorker.com/watch/academy-award-nominee-knife-skills
The winner blasts through cinnamon and cumin like it's nothing.