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The Middle East tends to show up in the news for the latest act of violence, but the region is home to some of the most comforting cuisine in the world.
Bathed in a creamy, almond-y sauce, Mughlai chicken isn't exactly the kind of thing one gravitates toward in the summer. But replace that meat with roasted cauliflower and it becomes an entrée that's hefty enough to be filling, yet light enough to work regardless of the season.
Panna cotta is a light and simple canvas for all kinds of seasonal fruit, and unbelievably easy to customize with your flavoring of choice, from split vanilla beans to cinnamon sticks to dried lavender and beyond.
At the height of summer, there's nothing better than gooey blackberries cobbler with fluffy buttermilk biscuits and a dollop of whipped cream. Whether you've got fresh picked blackberries or the kind in a package from the store, three unexpected ingredients will take your blackberry cobbler to the next level.
The spicy and tangy pickled cabbage is good for more than just eating straight from the fridge (we're not the only ones who do that, right?). Here are some of our favorite recipes for kimchi-enhanced fried rice, noodles, burgers, condiments, and more.
Craggy Southern-style fried chicken, boneless Japanese karaage, the ultimate fried chicken sandwiches, chicken and waffles with a Mexican twist, and more—find it all in this collection of 15 of our favorite fried chicken recipes.
Organizing your fridge—in terms of food shelf life, food safety, and easy access to the things you reach for most—will make your cooking projects go faster and more easily.
On this week's episode of the Special Sauce podcast, host Ed Levine talks to David Rockwell, the designer behind every Nobu around the globe, as well as multiple airline terminals and the theater in which the Academy Awards are held...
We've got a solid repertoire of no-bake, no-cook desserts that are refreshing to eat and mercifully cool to make, as these 13 recipes show.
Chimichurri is an Argentine herb sauce commonly served with steaks and other grilled meats, but it's just as delicious spooned onto vegetables, like the grilled zucchini and summer squash here. This version of chimichurri includes both parsley and cilantro, along with olive oil, red wine vinegar, and plenty of onions, garlic, and minced jalapeño for heat.
We've rounded up 11 of our favorite topping combinations that are perfect for grilled pizzas, from figs and goat's milk feta to halloumi and olives.
Chinese-food and culture writer Fuchsia Dunlop tackles common misconceptions about cooking Chinese food at home in this week's episode of the Special Sauce podcast with Ed Levine.
A simple open-faced summer sandwich can become an elegant appetizer in a snap. We combine blistered tomatoes, creamy burrata cheese, and chive oil to top crostini for a snack or light dinner.
As much as we appreciate traditional Mexican food here at Serious Eats, we also love its Americanized cousin. If you've got a place in your heart for Tex-Mex too, check out 15 of our favorite recipes, including classic Texas-style nachos, creamy chicken enchiladas, and chorizo-stuffed chiles rellenos.
The five beehives we have on our roof are registered with the city, so once or twice a year, we get calls to rescue errant swarms from other people's backyards and grape arbors.
Filipino adobo is a classic dish, usually of stewed chicken or pork in a tangy, flavorful sauce made from cane vinegar, soy sauce, and aromatics. But the building blocks of the adobo sauce also make a great marinade for grilled meats, like the pork chops here.
One of today's best English-language writers on Chinese cuisine, Fuchsia Dunlop talks with Ed about what Chinese culinary traditions can teach us.
A mint julep made with bourbon is a classic hot-weather cocktail, and we have all the info you need on how to make a perfect one. But beyond that, all sorts of variations are possible. Here are recipes for a whole range of juleps, from the best basic one to a smoky, spicy number with mezcal.
This quick grilled chicken sandwich stars all the flavors of Peruvian grilled chicken, with none of the long cooking time.
Fish pie might seem like an essentially British recipe, but there's no reason why it can't be made elsewhere, including in your kitchen. By finding your best local options for fresh fish and using your grill or smoker to enrich the salmon, you'll end up with a great catch!