The ultimate mashup of mozzarella sticks and onion rings, summery vodka drinks, homemade tortillas, and more! See everything we made this week at Serious Eats.
The only bookshelves in our house are in June’s room, one and a half walls of built-ins that bracket the space like a capital L. The previous owner had used the room as an office, as far as we can tell, and we planned to do the same....Show More Summary
Banana bread is always a good option when you want to do some baking with bananas, but it’s not the only option. These Mini Banana Cupcakes are a great alternative when you want to make a treat that is a little bit sweeter than your standard quick bread and perfect for bite-sized snacking. This recipe...
I have more than a few dough scrapers in my kitchen, and you probably should, too. I have a metal scraper that is good for getting every bit of pastry off of a hard surface, like a quartz countertop, and several plastic ones that are a better choice when I’m kneading dough on a silpat...
A simple fruit salad brightens any menu regardless of the season. This beautiful salad featuring cantaloupe, strawberries, pomegranate seeds, and mint is tossed with an easy dressing of lemon juice and honey, both of which add an unexpected burst of fresh flavor.
Roasting carrots heightens their natural sweetness and adds depth of flavor to this simple yet glorious vegetable. Tossing them with a bit of olive oil, red wine vinegar, cumin, salt and pepper turn this easy dish from wow to wowza!
This week, we made fully loaded cemitas, filmed a promo for our upcoming Food Lab video series, and colored fresh pasta. See it all in the slideshow!
Mezcal will play nice as long as you have some strong players to mix it with, like bittersweet Aperol, the herbal orangey liqueur that some call Campari's little sister.
Praline peach pancakes are a wonderful way to begin your morning. Inspired by the ripe and juicy Georgia peaches, these pancakes have double the peach flavor. The pancakes themselves are made from a combination of peach yogurt, heart healthy baking mix, low fat milk and brown sugar.
This four-course meal looks fancy and tastes delicious, but that's just part of the good news: each of these dishes can be made in under an hour from start to finish, and all of them can be made simultaneously. In other words, with a little planning and prep work, you can have a full guest-worthy spread on the table without breaking a sweat.
With warmer weather, we all seem to get a little bit busier. Now that our schedules are bursting with things to do and places to go, it's more important than ever to have quick and easy meals ready to serve in a flash. Eating a home cooked meal just got a little easier.
Asparagus with hollandaise is a classic French dish that is perfect for spring. This simple yet elegant side dish can served at any meal of the day.
Lamb is popular in the springtime. Lamb chops, lamb roasts, and even lamb curries greet the table at dinner. If you are intimidated by lamb or curry this recipe is perfect for you. Lamb neck is an inexpensive cut that does well when it is cooked for an extended period of time.
Whipped cream is always a treat and it is not difficult to make, though it takes a little bit of arm strength if you want to do it by hand instead of using a canister. One easy way to make whipped cream is in the food processor. This method takes no more than a minute...
Caldera Arts Center is pleased to announce a call for applications for its 2016 Artist in Residence program.
Lemon curd is one of those little indulgences that I always love. The smooth, custardy curd is delicious whether you eat it with a spoon or incorporate it into a recipe. Lemon curd is most often made with ordinary lemons, but meyer lemons make an amazing lemon curd and it is well worth going out...
When it comes to the American distilling industry, most people probably think about the abundance of whiskey flowing out of Bourbon County, Kentucky, but these days, it's the American West that's making some of the most exciting spirits on the American market.
When you eat a homemade lemon raspberry muffin, you do not need to feel guilty for indulging. With only 160 calories per muffin, you do not have to worry about falling off the diet wagon. While there is only 1/4 cup of oil, these muffins are still moist and delicious.
This is an ice cream for the chocolate fans. The hardcore fans. The ones who shy away from chocolate desserts because they're always too light on the chocolate. The people who take their chocolate like goth kids take their souls: dark, moody, and bitter.
I've been on a big enchilada and salsa kick recently, so I thought to myself: Could I use my pressure cooker to kill two birds with one stone, cooking my chicken and producing an intensely flavored enchilada sauce all at the same time? Turns out it works well. Remarkably well. But it took a little tweaking to get there. Here's how it went down.