The cooler, crisper weather of fall evokes certain warm, comforting flavors, and we’re not just talking pumpkin spice (although, yes, that too).
You don’t have to climb aboard the USS Enterprise to experience a food tour that’s out of this world.
I’m sitting on a bench in the West Village, waiting for Craig to finish editing, and since I have some time to kill I’m going to tell you a story about something that happened to me a few weeks ago.
Coconut milk, whether canned or boxed, has become a mainstream staple in the American pantry. Easy to pull out of the cabinet, this ingredient magically transforms basic recipes into exotic meals with unique depths of flavor.
It certainly feels like summer is sticking around (quite literally, in the form of sweat), but today marks the first official day of fall.
There are some words in life you just assume you're saying incorrectly. Is "quinoa" pronounced ke-NO-wah or KEEN-wah?
Before pumpkins swooped in and stole the show, apples were the go-to fall treat. The season wasn’t complete without an apple picking trip or a mug of hot cider on a cold night.
We’re crying over the end of summer, but not over the influx of fall-flavored food products! And no, we’re not talking about the ever-so-notorious pumpkin spice.
(Image credit: Joe Lingeman/The Kitchn) Open Slideshow Learning to roast a chicken has a promise beyond what most recipes deliver.
"Contains Sulfites." These are words you see on almost every bottle of wine. Just two little words — yet so frequently misunderstood!
After an easygoing summer, getting thrown back in to the busy fall season can be enough to make anyone's head spin.
If Professor Fuzzy Pants could talk, he'd tell you how much he loves all your Mason jars and all your stuff designed to look like Mason jars.
I know what you're thinking: boring ol' chicken breasts, so dry and flavorless. But please don't automatically dismiss this hardworking and versatile protein.
This post is all about putting your waffle iron to use. We have a really great waffle maker, and I use it regularly, but pretty much only for my favorite waffles.
(Image credit: Emma Christensen) Open Slideshow These pancakes are bananas. No, I mean they are literally made from bananas.
Open Cleaning Lesson We make a lot of coffee in my house. We also have very hard water. So I often brew a pot and return to pour myself a cup, only to find an alarmingly bright-red light on my coffee maker.
The Danish term describing the concept of coziness — hygge — embodies a feeling of warmth, and it was the "it" phrase for the end of 2016.
It's the first day of fall and there's so much to look forward to: Plaid! Colorful leaves! Trader Joe's snacks!
You've been hearing about spiralizers for months (you have a friend who will not stop talking about "zoodles"), so you're finally thinking about taking the plunge and buying one.
With all the press around the importance of dining as a family, we've been making an effort to sit down most nights and eat together.