These pork chops are seared on the stovetop, finished in the oven and served with a warm, briny, muffuletta-inspired relish.
Roasted chickens, banana crisp, and another round of Will it Waffle—see all the recipes we made this week!
Here's a way to do grilled pizza indoors that's as easy as it is delicious, thanks to Pillsbury Grands Biscuits! Topped with caramelized onions, sausage, and grated smoked gouda, these are perfect for a weeknight or an easy pizza decorating party. Let Cooking Channel's Brigitte Nguyen show you how they're made, and grab the recipe!
As a person who steers more toward bacon and steak in the morning, this is one of the precious few sweet dishes that graces my breakfast table with any regularity. Inspired by a coconut breakfast porridge found commonly throughout the Caribbean, this aromatic dish makes for a wonderful and filling vegan brunch.
This week Leandra and Sugar Bear made amends, we ate a bunch of pressed sandwiches, Hambone got a bath, and more.
Rice pudding can be full of all the warm, comforting flavors that we associate with deep winter, but this tropical twist proves it's no one trick pony.
The best food in Grand Central, top vegan bites, killer barbecue, and more. Check out the week's most popular posts.
Check out the most popular posts of the week on Serious Eats Chicago, including our guide to eating at Eataly. Plus, we try and apple pie sandwich and dig into a crawfish boil.
It's almost springtime on the West Coast! From an Italian Passover meal in Los Angeles to a foraging trip near Seattle, we've rounded up some of the region's most promising food and drink events to help you celebrate the season's bounty.
Last time it was eggs, this week it's distance. Read on to get the results from our previous poll and vote in the new one!
Reeses Peanut Butter Cups meet a Butterfinger bar in the newest item in the candy aisle.
There's so much going on in Talk and the comments week to week that we almost can't keep up. If you're in the same boat, here's a small selection of topics and responses that have piqued our interest this week.
Thomas Keller's Bouchon Bakery debuts their MallowMore. See if it lives up to the standard of the original.
Pancetta and olive oil get cooked together, the former flavoring the latter as it crisps up. It gets mixed into a dressing made with champagne vinegar and a touch of maple syrup for sweetness (think: bacon). It's a simple dressing, but perfect for a hearty salad of bitter and crisp kale and radicchio paired with sweet-tart apples and toasted pecans.
We're going to drink our way to a tropical place, where the sun beats down, the cocktails have umbrellas, and the pineapples are sweet. Care to join us?
Sinners and Saints serves both regular and gluten-free sweets. And though the Tres Leches Cake is on their "saints" menu, it's rich and decadent enough for sinners.
We're fielding any and all of your NYC restaurant questions. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line Ask the Critic to submit!
Hey there, music-and-food-and-drink lover! (Allow us to say that you clearly appreciate the finer things in life.) Are you heading down to Austin for South by Southwest (SXSW) this weekend? Sure, the huge festival will be keeping you busy with music, films, new technology, and more, but festival-goers still gotta eat, right? And —just as importantly (some would say more importantly) —drink. Here's where to do it.
When Spanish-style garlic shrimp is done perfectly, when the shrimp are juicy and tender with a crunchy pop, when the oil sings with a chorus of layered garlic flavors, it can be transcendent. That's what we're after today.
In the land of the steam table deli, The Picnic Basket proudly focuses on fresh, healthy food. Their sandwiches, largely updated deli classics, are a worthwhile option for a lunch around Harold Square.