More contact between your food and the cooking surface means more flavor.
Our absolute favorite pan for sheet cakes.
The best way to their heart is through their stomach.
These knives are small, lightweight, and safe to pack, once they're paired with a wooden sheath.
Get thee a bottle!
The case for adding a small, lightweight, and portable hand blender to your kitchen arsenal.
Not just for cooling cookies: wire racks have countless uses in the savory kitchen.
Our resident baking whiz's top picks for the milk chocolate that'll make your desserts stand out.
Forget the baking aisle: The best chocolate for baking is hiding out with the fancy snacks.
Why a French rolling pin is our weapon of choice.
Say good-bye to low-fat cocoa powder.
Go small at home.
A tourné (bird's beak) knife can be good for more than just tormenting culinary students.
Gifts for the avid home pizza cook.
A beautifully photographed primer to the foods and culture of Southeast Asia.
A memorable cookbook from the chef who introduced the US to Northern Chinese food.
An easy, fun, and hilarious read on raising adventurous eaters, even for folks who don't have children.
Gift ideas for the cocktail lover.
Stir and scrape your way to glory.
Why we're loving this guide to flavor pairings.
Part history, part ecological allegory, part cookbook, and 100% great storytelling
Michael Ruhlman's classic is Hunter S. Thompson meets Alton Brown.
Gift ideas for the bookworm cook.