Our resident baking whiz's top picks for the milk chocolate that'll make your desserts stand out.
Say good-bye to low-fat cocoa powder.
An instant-read thermometer is a necessity.
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.
Go small at home.
A tourné (bird's beak) knife can be good for more than just tormenting culinary students.
Why we're loving this guide to flavor pairings.
Gifts for the coffee and tea lover.
Gifts for the avid home pizza cook.
Gifts for the perpetually flour-dusted, butter-coated, and sugar-saturated folks you know.
Gifts for the griller, the smoker, the live-fire cooker.
Gift ideas for the cocktail lover.
Small but thoughtful gifts, perfect for stuffing that real or metaphorical stocking.
A gift guide for the new cook in your life.
Gift ideas for the hard-to-shop-for cook who seems to have it all.
Gift ideas for the bookworm cook.
Gifts for the host in your life.
An assortment of memorable culinary reads.
Gifts for all the cooking nerds you know.
Gift under $100, but over $50.
Gifts under $50 for all the cooks you know.
There are dumb unitaskers, and then there are the truly useful ones.
An easy, fun, and hilarious read on raising adventurous eaters, even for folks who don't have children.