These are the crispiest, most flavorful roast potatoes you'll ever make.
Pull-apart tender meat and ultra-crisp skin: It's not the most gorgeous roast in the world, but you'd be hard pressed to find one more flavorful.
Chewy chocolate chip cookies with crisp edges, a rich, buttery, toffee-like flavor, big chocolate chunks, and a sprinkle of sea salt.
Sous vide is the key to consistently moist brisket with a smoky bark.
A few simple tricks make this the richest, smokiest, creamiest baba ganoush in town.
Pork belly cooked sous-vide with a Japanese-style marinade, then stuffed in steamed buns with quick-pickled cukes.
Fig cookies that taste as cakey and soft as you remember.
A classic, crusty loaf of country-style white bread.
A "mistaken" Negroni, with sparkling wine instead of gin.
Just 25 minutes and five basic ingredients stand between you and these fluffy, tender drop biscuits.
A crab dip, a gratin, a casserole. Call it what you want—it's delicious.
Classic ladyfingers, simplified
Smoky, spicy, sweet, bright, and complex, this is the one salsa to rule them all.
The best cooking method for the most tender cut of meat around.
Simple, fast, and foolproof.
This sweet and savory casserole is perfect for your holiday table.
Creamy, cheesy, spinach lasagna, flavored with a hint of nutmeg and a combination of white sauce and fresh ricotta.
This all-belly porchetta is as rich and crisp as it comes.
Creamy, flavor-packed mushroom risotto, without the constant stirring.
Like mainlining brown butter, in cookie form.
A classic Caesar salad with crunchy garlic-Parmesan croutons and a creamy dressing.
Easy slow-roasted lamb leg that's crispy on the outside and tender within.
Pure, unadulterated cauliflower flavor in the silkiest, smoothest package.
Give your potatoes extra-crunchy exterior by parboiling and tossing them before roasting them in the oven.
How to make a no-crack chocolate roulade, perfect for your holiday Yule log.
The easiest and most effective method for ensuring a jelly roll won't crack or tear.
How to mix and match cookie styles for the best holiday assortment.
For easy entertaining, bring the raw bar home.
Everything you need to know when making a pie dough from scratch.
Cut it up, then choose your recipe.
Forget the North Pole—the magic of Santa's workshop is right in your kitchen.
Are you shaking yours right?
Everything you need to know to make sous vide rack of lamb.
What are those eggs doing in your cookie dough?
Different sugars do very different things in cookie doughs.
Answers to all your baking powder questions.
The mysteries of baking soda explained.
The science behind creaming butter and sugar.
The best way to save money on your holiday roast? Buy the tenderloin whole, bring it home, and trim it yourself.
Don't know the difference between a city and a country ham? Don't know how to cook and serve them? Don't worry; we've got you covered.
For many folks, the hardest part of cooking a turkey is carving and serving it. Here's the easiest way to do it, whether it's roasted whole or spatchcocked.
Nothing but the facts: a quick reference guide to dry-brining or wet-brining your holiday turkey for moister, juicier results.
The Definitive Guide to Buying, Prepping, Cooking, and Carving a Holiday Turkey
Throw a heck of a bash without blowing all your cash.
Tips, essential pointers, and the wisdom of a few stellar bartenders, all in one guide.
Is there any point to brining your next turkey?
Is aged eggnog really mellower and more complex than fresh? We put it to the test.
When beef is scarce, a Christmas tenderloin is a delicacy beyond belief.
How a starry-eyed fantasy of a Dickensian Christmas became a tradition.
Gift ideas for the person who did something real nice for you this year.
Make finding the perfect holiday drink fun and interactive—with flowcharts!
The year's most coveted kitchen tools and equipment.
Buy your way into any food lover's heart with one of these big-ticket holiday gifts.
Our favorite gifts for cooks for under $100, including a great chef's knife, a gorgeous tagine, and more.
You don't have to go broke this holiday season—some of our favorite gifts for food lovers cost well under $50.