Animal fat is good for you, says author and fat advocate Jennifer McLagan. She’s hell bent on converting fat-phobes into fat fanatics. Will you change?
What happens to Allison when her husband has to work every single Valentine’s Day at a restaurant? A lot of warmed-over mac & cheese, reading, and an early night.
Famed editor Judith Jones muses on the joys of cooking for one, since her husband passed. This Valentine’s Day the lucky one will be her Havenese puppy, Mabon.
Valentine’s Day becomes an excuse for two college couples to share the cost, work, and pleasure of a home-cooked dinner. Mousetraps and all.
Taza Chocolate, a Boston-based company, sources raw, organic cacao beans from a cooperative in the Dominican Republic for its superb flavored chocolate.
In this rollicking romance, Black Heels to Tractor Wheels, the Pioneer Woman recounts the love and food connection she made with her beloved cowboy.
Today is National Popcorn Day. And, as Renee shows us, the ubiquitous kernel has a way of–dare we say it?–popping up at important life events.
Sunchokes, alias Jerusalem artichokes, stumped our intrepid Greenmarket Girl, Renee, until she consulted the Sunchoke Deity, Jonathan Gold.
Taste No. 5 Umami Paste from Laura Santtini is a cook’s secret weapon. A little dab’ll do ya, adding a subtle umami hit to any dish.
Elvis food–all the dishes, like his quirky peanut butter-banana-bacon sandwich–has inspired generations of cooks. What’s your Elvis-ish treat?
Hangover cures are on everyone’s mind the day after celebrations, like New Year’s Eve. Discover hangover cures and myths from around the world.
The Feast of the Seven Fishes in Domenica Marchetti’s home stars one fish: calamari. It’s the centerpiece of her Christmas Eve dinner.
Young Hassan finds his calling when his family moves from Mumbai to the French Jura, upsetting the tranquility of Chef Madame Mallory’s culinary rule.
Author Richard C. Morais talks with LC’s managing editor, Allison Parker, about his debut novel, The Hundred-Foot Journey.
The history of the jelly doughnut, AKA the sufganiyah, goes back to the 15th century. Since then, it’s been dipped, sandwiched, and injected with savory and sweet fillings.
For expat Kimberley Lovato, Thanksgiving Thursday in Belgium is just another day. To introduce her daughter to the holiday, she ruins a pie and starts a tradition.
While saffron picking in Washington state, Jess Thomson learns a thing or three about crocuses, back-breaking work, and la rosa de saffron.
Lardo di Colonnata is the pristine, silky fat from pigs that sup on forest nuts near the Italian town of Colonnata and that’s cured in an herby brine.
Cracker Jack, the treat of baseball games, flummoxed The Frenchman, Allison’s husband, and didn’t impress Q, her son—until she made her own.