Everyone seems to have gone through an ewww-I-don't-wanna-eat-my-vegetables phase at some point during their childhood. Everyone, that is, except me. Growing up, it was my mother's fix-all magical herbal soup that elicited the chastising line, "You're not leaving the table until you finish."
There's no better way to end your Christmas feast than with a delicious, festive cake. From beautiful tiered centerpieces to boozy finales, here are our favorite picks of the season.
The real determining factor of whether or not a cookie establishment is worth a visit is if they can bake up an impressive chocolate chip cookie. Schmackary's succeeds and then some.
If the thought of minty chocolate sweets gets you excited for the holidays, check out these recipes.
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.
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.
Being a vegetarian at the Thanksgiving table isn't easy. Most of the time, you're limited to salads, sautéed vegetables, and cranberry sauce. But what about the entrées? Don't we all deserve the chance to stuff ourselves and wake up filled with regret? We've put together a collection of meatless mains that are hearty enough to win over meat-eaters and vegetarians alike (just make sure everyone knows you have first dibs).
Soups are highly underrated and not exactly a Thanksgiving standard...but they should be. They can be made ahead of time, store well, and are often a great way to use up any odds and ends you have kicking around from other Thanksgiving recipes. Click through our list of soup favorites involving seasonal favorites like butternut squash, lentils, chestnuts, and apples.
Thanksgiving isn't exactly the healthiest holiday of the year. But salads aren't just a way to balance those mountains of buttery mashed potatoes and slices of sugary pie; they're also a secret weapon. Amidst mains and sides that demand valuable oven or stovetop space and hours of preparation, salads are often quick, no-cook, and easy to make ahead. Here are 17 seasonal variations to get you started!
While they may trigger unsolicited tears, onions should bring nothing but joy to the kitchen. From mini tarts to classic glazed pearl onions, here's a handy compilation of flavorful onion sides for your Thanksgiving feast.
Ecuadorian fried rice, Thanksgivukkah doughnuts, sandwich galore, and more! Click ahead to take a look at everything we ate and drank this week.
For many of us, stuffing is the best part of Thanksgiving. Turkey, pie, and casseroles are eaten throughout the year, but stuffing? It usually only makes an appearance during the holidays. We've got 11 different recipes that run the gamut from gluten-free to pizza-flavored to fritter-fied (along with a generous selection of classics). See them all in the slideshow!
The true story of Thanksgiving may be murky, but there's one thing most of us can agree on: no matter how impressive your Thanksgiving spread, it's never truly complete without its iconic centerpiece. Whether you'll be spatchcocking it up or going all-out turchetta, we've got 18 tried and true turkey recipes to feed a crowd (or just make a whole lot of leftovers).
First Avenue Pierogi & Deli, a tiny stall of a shop off St. Marks Place, offers an extensive selection of pierogi to eat right away or cook at home. They're not perfect, but they're cheap and satisfying all the same.
With winter comes the inevitable departure of the warm-weather fruit and vegetable bounty. The cold keeps us curled up at home, considering a pantry full of dried staples. If you've ever stared down a two-pound bag of dried beans or a tub of tiny lentils, this recipe roundup, showcasing the best of the versatile legumes, is for you.
From spicy Indian 'sliders' to San Francisco's ultimate fried chicken guide, check out everything we ate this week.
For those on a gluten-free diet, Luke's new bun is a perfectly acceptable substitute, and there's no need to continue bringing your own bun just to get a lobster fix.
This week we attended a whole lot of events and, of course, ate a lot of food. From a pumpkin festival to an oyster bash, see everything we ate and drank after the jump!
From Halloween treats to spicy drinks, check out everything we made this week.
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