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Dinner Tonight: Chicken with Lemon

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 9 comments

Yawnnn.... right? How can this possibly be any good? I mean, it's just lemons and chicken! Honestly, I never would have attempted this recipe from Craig Claiborne's New York Times Cookbook if I didn't have a whole stack of lemons and a chicken. Plus it looked easy. But it's remarkable how this can have so much flavor from so few ingredients. More

Dinner Tonight: Jacques Pépin's Spicy Ginger and Lemon Chicken

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 9 comments

Jacques Pépin knows his way with chicken. Whether it's his crisp-skinned thigh recipe or the fun split-roasted chicken, I'd trust him with any bird I brought home. That's why I jumped to try this recipe for his spicy ginger and lemon chicken. More

On TV Tonight: Chef Jacques Pepin on 'Nightline'

Erin Zimmer 2 comments

Nightline will talk to chef Jacques Pepin about his career—the decades of running restaurants, writing books, and hosting TV shows with Julia Child. The elevation of chefs to rock stars has worked out pretty nicely for Pepin. 11:35 p.m. ET, ABC... More

Dinner Tonight: Jacques Pepin's Crusty Chicken with Mushrooms and White Wine

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 33 comments

My favorite hours of food programming on TV right now are found on lazy Saturday afternoons on PBS. The programs are not as high octane and thrilling as those on other networks, but they are far more useful. This past... More

'Men's Vogue' Asks Jacques Pepin the Tough Question: Big Mac or Whopper

Adam Kuban 3 comments

In the latest installment of its Visionaries series, Men's Vogue talks to Jacques Pepin. There's a short profile that contextualizes Pepin's influence on American cooking and cements his importance in the food world, but it's the Q&A portion of the feature where things really get interesting. What's the worst idea you ever had? I've had a few bad ideas! Now I can formulate an idea and salivate in my head and visualize the recipe before I do it. The hammer doesn't always hit on the head, but I get closer and closer as I get older. But the art of cooking is really the art of adjusting, or recovery — that's what you see a real professional do. If you... More

The Foodie's Guide to Getting Older

Caitlin Kenney 3 comments

When you get older a lot of things change -- where you live, what you do and of course what you eat. It's natural that as a foodie you might worry that old age means the end of good eating, but as Slate reports, that isn't necessarily the case. Here's what you can actually expect: The Bad News You will eat less. As your energy needs decrease, your appetite usually goes with them. The delicious aromas of baking bread, frying bacon and even stinky cheeses may not hold the allure they once did. Most older people go through a major deterioration in their sense of smell, which is a key part of flavor. Say goodbye to salt. With more than... More

Essentials: Vinaigrette

Serious Eats Robin Bellinger 2 comments

Between my junior and senior years of high school, I spent a summer studying in Paris. Although I knew enough to make a trip to Berthillon, discovered Nutella, and would hang around Fauchon staring at the piles of shining produce... More

Dinner Tonight: Broiled Eggplant Japonaise

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 2 comments

This week's score at the farmers' market were a bunch of tiny little eggplants—all about the size of a small pickle. The proprietor said he preferred the taste of these smaller specimens, and that I would, too. Though they weren’t... More

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