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A One-Skillet Chicken & Turmeric Rice to Add to Your Winter Rotation

We've partnered with Pomì—makers of quality Italian tomato products, like their chopped tomatoes and double-concentrated tomato paste (no added salt here, just tomato!)—to share the new weeknight-friendly recipe we're adding to our winter rotation: a saucy one-skillet chicken and rice. ...

Life-Changing Philly Cheesesteak (& More Recipe Picks for the Week)

A few days ago, at Five Two’s first birthday party, my coworkers and I were talking about our plans for the holidays. Mine, for the second year in a row, are: hibernate and, ahem, that’s it. Ok, so I’ll do yoga. Drink hot cocoa. Do yoga while drinking hot cocoa. Cook something I have...

Red Wine Short Ribs Are Like a Big Cozy Sweater for Your Taste Buds

We've partnered with Cakebread Cellars—a Napa Valley winery renowned for its elegant and food-friendly bottlings—to share Senior Editor Eric Kim's favorite way to spend a winter evening: cozying up with tender short ribs and a glass of their Two Creeks Vineyard Pinot Noir. When it's cold out...

The Slow-Cooked Legacy of Grandma's Country Captain Chicken

Good food is worth a thousand words—sometimes more. In My Family Recipe, writers share the stories of dishes that are meaningful to them and their loved ones. A Lowcountry dish by way of East India, Country Captain Chicken was my grandmother’s go-to in the 1940s and ’50s, when recipes for it p...

How Often, Really, Do You Follow This Recipe Instruction?

"Roughly chopped parsley, for garnish." In a recipe's ingredient list, this line is, without a doubt, the one I always skip. Even in Karen Palmer's eggs in purgatory—a fiery, comforting "cross between an arrabbiata, known for its chile flakes, and puttanesca, with its briny...

A No-Knead Bread for When You're Ready to Join the Sourdough Club

We're partnering with Miele to help you Cook Smarter with simple yet delicious recipes where the technique makes all the difference. Here, we're sharing our tips for making no-knead sourdough bread (yep, there's steam involved!) at home, for beginners and pastry pros alike . The wo...

5 Mexican-Americans on the Tamale-Making Party That Defines the Holidays

In Houston, Texas—what with an absence of snow, or any semblance of truly cold weather—you learn to look for other harbingers of the holiday season. Maybe it’s the crystalline wreaths that stud the palm trees in Highland Village. Or the sudden and totalizing takeover of Sunny 99.1 by Christmas t...

How to Decorate a Small Home for the Holidays—No Tree Necessary

I’m often asked by friends and family why I don’t have a Christmas tree at home (and by often, I mean every year). My answer never changes: “My apartment isn’t large enough. I live in New York, remember?” I sometimes add that my living situation also involves a walk-up, and that I don...

A 30-Minute Chicken & Potato Curry to Warm You on a Wintry Weeknight

A plate of nourishing, delicious food at the end of a long day at work is something we all want, whether we’re cooking just for ourselves or for our families. It is that very plate of comforting food that can wrap up even the most exhausting day nicely. I tend to cook a lot during the week—some ...

How to Decorate Gingerbread Cookies to Win You the Swap

Anna Hezel is a food, culture, and travel writer, and currently a senior editor at TASTE. Her first book, Lasagna, features 50 creative baked pasta recipes. Even though holiday cookie swaps aren’t officially competitions, Anna’s shared with us some of her favorite gingerbread decorating tip...

How to Make Pizza at Home

I’m not going to tell you that homemade pizza is easier than takeout. It’s not. Depending on the recipe, it can take days from start to finish. But! The process is deeply satisfying, soothing, and, in the end, rewarding—because you get to eat crusty, gooey, straight-outta-the-oven pi...
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