Mac and cheese, made on the stove and stippled with Peppadew peppers, is a pleasing take on the comfort classic.
From Brussels sprouts grilled cheese sandwiches to roasted kabocha squash to seared scallops with Indian spinach, here's a look at everything we made this week.
Leftovers are one of the best parts of the holidays. But that turkey sandwich can get a little boring. Try an easy casserole made with leftover turkey, Green Giant vegetables and a crusty biscuit topping.
There are few things I like more than putting some booze in my brunch, and the combination of apples and brandy are one of my favorites. Here, they combine in a quick and easy doughnut recipe.
Not much happened this week, so this slideshow is mostly filled with photos of Hambone and Yuba. Dog haters: stay away. Everyone else: you're welcome.
This traditional Christmas bread has a dense crumb studded with spices, dried fruit, and candied ginger. Make it now and serve it over the course of the season.
The best baguette in New York, a fresh pasta destination, cooking steak with Alex Guarnaschelli, and more. Check out the most popular posts of our week.
Now, I realize a single malt bourbon is a contradiction in terms, but hear me out. Glenfiddich's latest release in their limited edition line is very special Speyside Scotch. Unlike the vast majority of its compatriots, this whisky is aged entirely in former bourbon barrels.
Check out the most popular posts of the week on Serious Eats Chicago, including our staff picks for the best place to eat with a big group. Plus, we explore the cheap eats of Lincoln Square and Ravenswood, eat sandwiches in Hyde Park, and feast in the Willis Tower.
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Whether you're looking to upgrade your mixology skills or looking to sample a slew of tamales, if you're a West Coast denizen, you're in luck. This December brings hands-on workshops and bustling bazaars from L.A. to Seattle—here are our picks.
This downtown San Diego sports bar is always packed during Padre season and Chargers games, but I've always wondered if that's because of the beer and big screens or the burgers.
These made-to-order pumpkin doughnuts from The Dutch are served piping hot with a side of delicious ginger pudding, caramelized apples, and candied hazelnuts.
"The world of food we love so much is in crisis," declared Maxime Billet, of Modernist Cuisine fame. On Wednesday evening, Billet and cohost Ted Allen presided over chefs, culinary students, and industry supporters for A Feast to Celebrate the Future of Food, a fundraiser organized by the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP). The association's foundation, The Culinary Trust, aims to raise both funds and awareness to support the democratization of food and increased, sustainable change through educational initiatives in the culinary sphere.
From Uzbek food to all of the late-night-only Munchie Meals at Jack in the Box, here's a look at everything we ate and drank this week.
Sure, every wedding registry's got a food processor and stand mixer on the list, and both are invaluable tools in the kitchen, but there are other fancy-pants tools that help make preparing great food more fun. Easier, prettier, more foolproof. Your giftee might not require a $300 Dutch oven, but if they've been extra good this year, you should consider spoiling them. Every item on this list is something I use in my own kitchen at least once a week, if not every single day, and most I've had for years and plan on using for the rest of my life.
We're not sure what kind of Christmas fruit cake Leo Robitschek of Eleven Madison Park and NoMad modeled his 'Fig and Thistle' after, but it's not the icon that's been regifted from the beginning of time, we're pretty sure.
I am a ramen freak. This is something I didn't really know about myself until about 14 days ago when I waked into Ivan Ramen Slurp Shop in the newly opened Gotham West Market. I've been back five times since they opened. I'd admit to six, but that would be a little embarrassing.
The great part about Christmas is that there is an abundance of cookies. Sandwich cookies, sparkling cookies, chocolate cookies, cut-out and decorated cookies—a season with something for everyone. But if we had to play favorites...
Vegas is a big burger town, but with the average price of a burger and fries hovering around $18 at most restaurants on the strip, it's not the place to roll the dice. To help steer you towards some of the city's best burgers, we turned to Anthony Meidenbauer, Executive Chef at Holsteins.
I'll be honest with you. I didn't know anyone who loved Pedro Ximenez. Poor Pedro Ximenez. It smells a bit like a sugary root beer. Lucky for our friend Pedro, however, once upon a time someone clever dreamed up a special sundae.
I know it's kind of hard to believe, but the little hunks of fried goodness pictured above are vegetables—not chicken, pork, or any other kind of meat. Not that you'll care much. Though it is completely vegetarian, this is still one greedy appetizer.