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.
Tromps through the bracing cold make us reach for hearty, rib-sticking comfort foods, although the subsequent lethargy is no match for holiday chaos. With that in mind, here's a winter dinner that will warm you from the inside out but won't weigh you down.
Sick of the same traditional sides every Thanksgiving? Think outside the green beans and sweet potatoes with one of these 10 seasonal sides—we think they'll fit right in! Jump straight to one of the recipes below or click through the slideshow for more inspiration.
Lovable blintzes, maple-bacon sourdough, pecan pie truffles, and more! Here's a look at everything we ate and drank this week.
Stuffing-flavored potato chips, pork shoulder pasta, stuffed matzo balls, and more! Check out everything we made this week.
We know that many people will go out and buy their sufganiyah for Hanukkah, but there's nothing more special than a doughnut fresh from the fryer at home. To that end, we've got recipes for traditional jelly doughnuts, fall-spiced doughnuts, gluten-free options, and more.
Pumpkin butter tea cakes, deep-fried turkey porchetta, a whole lot of cranberry sauce, and more! Take a look at everything we made this week.
When it comes to Thanksgiving, there are the canned cranberry sauce vigilantes, and to them, we respectfully leave the gelatinous cylinders. These recipes are for those who prefer their relish tangy and homemade, smacking with the flavor of fresh berries—which, luckily, isn't much harder to accomplish than it is to open a can.
Whether you're looking for rare peach beers, DIY turkey processing, or a festival of chocolate, you're sure to stay busy and entertained in the coming weeks. Here's our round-up of upcoming events in Seattle, Portland, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.
When it's crunch time and dinner's finishing in the oven, hors d'oeuvres strategically give guests a diversion while enabling the host to come across as gracious rather than frazzled. From bourbon-glazed pecans to three-cheese artichoke dip, here are 22 snacks to whet your Thanksgiving-sized appetite.
When it comes to brussels sprouts, many of us got off on the wrong foot, our memories haunted with the sight (and smell) of mushy, overboiled little cabbages from family dinners gone awry. Here are 11 reasons to embrace them as they're intended to be: nutty with a crackly bite, often aided by pork and sweet-tangy sauces. They make a solid counterpart to any Thanksgiving casserole, and an addictive snack year-round.
The kati rolls at Desi Galli have earned the tiny Murray Hill lunch spot a loyal following, not least because of the chewy flatbreads that wrap them up. But don't stop there if you're in search of a good sandwich: these little sliders are another solid choice and better sized for snacking, boasting the same flavorful fillings inside a downy new bun.
As we ease into the chilly months, what better segue is there than beer? Whether you're hosting a tailgate or just celebrating the return of fall flavors, beer is equally at home in your food as it is a cold drink to wash everything down. That's right, folks: You can have your beer and eat it, too.
This fall brings us celebrations of beer, mac and cheese, and much, much more. From Pacific Northwest to southern California, here's our round-up of what to do on the West Coast in the weeks to come.
A juice bar among dumpling houses, sunny newcomer Dimes' pristine menu has something to offer even for those who'd sooner go for noodles than chia seed pudding. Take, for instance, this spicy beet and eggplant sandwich.
Chicken: that inoffensive, play-it-safe option. Breathe life into the dinner staple with these recipes, in which chicken plays nicely with everything from soup to frittata, and Thai chili to Indian curry. Here are 21 quick, light meals to whip up on weeknights—you know, whenever you're not up to your usual coq au vin.
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