What’s tomato soup if not art? We share a stack of recipes for the most inspired interpretations we could find, whether hot or cold, plain or posh, comfortingly familiar or mind-bendingly abstract.
We have a theory for what prompted the Tyson-Holyfield incident. The real culprit? A dab of marinara, barbecue sauce, maybe even mayo.
Sydney Meers knows Southern fried chicken. Thanks to him and his grandmother Winnie Lee Johnson’s recipe, so can you. Lorraine Eaton divulges.
You haven’t experienced cherry season ’til you’ve owned a cherry tree. Darlene West has the purple-stained hands and the perfect clafouti to prove it.
Cooking for his sons taught single dad Rick Casner to use dinnertime as an excuse not just to grow closer to his sons, but to grow up himself.
Frontiersman Kit Carson’s dying wish was for chili. Who can blame the guy? Beef, beans, chili powder and spices. What a way to go.
Elizabeth Stewart discovered her late mum’s cookbook years after she passed. Flipping through it brought her mum to life in its smudged pages.
Matzoh. Matzo. Matzah. No matter how you spell it, chances are you’ll appreciate each and every one of these matzoh-minded tips, tricks, and tactics.
Brisket, deviled eggs, salads, spring vegetables, and chocolate macaroons comprise the ideal dinner for your family at this sacred time.
“I love toast,” exclaims writer Rick Casner. And he loves his toast in A Very Particular Way: toasted, butter, and toasted again. What is your way?
The 2011 James Beard Award nominations were announced today at the Oregon Culinary Institute in Portland, OR. Congrats to all the happy nominees.
It requires culinary gymnastics and a degree in chemistry to create a military care package of brownies, as writer and baker Garrett McCord found out.
Le Marathon du Médoc, the boozy run through France’s Médoc region, attracts all kinds of runners and lushes. Our own Cynthia Furey recounts her maiden voyage.
Pancake Day, Mardi Gras, Shrove Tuesday–they’re all about indulgence before Lent. So it’s time to haul out the butter, eggs, and milk and start cooking.
Mafe, a West African stew, is what haunted Sean Timberlake’s reverie after an aunt introduced him to it. It took three decades to finally recreate it.
Milkshakes, a passion of Adam Ried, proved troublesome to find and make after moving to Paris. It took a flaming adaptor for him to finally succeed.
Join us as Leite’s Culinaria turns twelve. And while you’re here, drop us a line as to what you enjoy most about LC.
Pot obsession is what writer Ed Bruske faced when his wife fell for vintage Raymond Loewy designs. The result: a trip to France to fetch this fetching cookware.
Amy Krouse Rosenthal serves up some delightful, charming, and four-second-fast ways to show your love–with heart-shaped food. Sigh.
Love of words. It’s part and parcel of a writer’s soul. Writer Nora Maynard adopts a word–prandicle–and finds 1,001 uses for it in her everyday life.