David and Renee sort through kitchen envy of all sorts with the help of guests Rachel Khoo, etiquette guru John Bridges, and Faith Durand.
Come dusk on the fourth of July, we have a different sort of recipe for celebrating Independence Day.
In our second podcast, our dulcet-toned duo heap a little love on those who’ve nurtured, nourished, or otherwise mothered us, including Momma Leite.
We’re suckers for moments that meld romance and humor. You, too? Go on, then, murmur some sweet or sassy nothings in our ear.
Uh, what are these little troublemakers up to? You tell us. We want your sassy and snarky suggestions in our first-ever caption contest.
For some, this time of year is all about resolutions. For others, it’s all about traditions and superstitions.
Here’s an eclectic and excellent array of the year’s cookbooks, the ones we simply can’t imagine not telling you about.
Maybe what the world needs is a single currency. Like jars of this sweet, rich bacon jam. It makes everything better.
The American doyenne of French cooking expounds upon what she learned during a lifetime of cooking—and thinking—at the stove.
A splurge at Anthropologie reveals some unabashedly girlie French knives with an unmistakably masculine appeal.
Little hands, ginormous expectations. Makes us want to ditch the fizzy little tablets of artificial dyes for something more natural. Hello, kitchen scraps.
The classic martini–you know, the one sipped throughout decades past–dispenses with questions of shaken or stirred, dirty or dry. It just is what it is.
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