This slightly sweet, subtly tangy, entirely apple-y vinaigrette recipe is going to come in far more handy than you can ever imagine.
Proof that it doesn't take buttermilk or an insufferably long overnight brine to make insanely tender, crazily crisp, gosh darn perfect fried chicken.
Quick, easy, healthful, spectacular in terms of taste, and exactly what you need these last couple of Fridays before Easter.
No more helplessly watching as the pork chops you toss on the grill toughen into leathery dryness. Not with this clever trick that cooks a whole pork loin and slices it into chops AFTER grilling to retain its juiciness.
Um, 5 minutes hands-on time for a loaf of bread? Please. That's nothing. Nothing short of a miracle.
Ideal for lazy weekends as well as harried weekdays, these soft-boiled eggs are cooked to perfection in less than five minutes. You're welcome.
This roast pork loin with apples and onions and its caramelized sweetness and fall-apart tenderness is your new favorite recipe.
No funnily named fillers. No mystery meat. Just chicken and cornflakes and little tykes clamoring for more.
Pasta made fresh according to Italian tradition is unspeakably more supple, satisfying, and gratifying than the dried-out store-bought stuff and, in fact, lovely enough to cause you to weep. Here's how to make it at home.
Freezer Tomato Sauce10/17
1. Turn your glut of garden tomatoes into this sauce. 2. Stash it in the freezer. 3. Thank yourself come winter.
A superlative version of the classic American quick bread that everyone loves.
Every once in a while, along comes a loaf of bread that's so rustic, so memorable, it ruins every other bread experience. Here's that loaf.
These uncannily crisp, seemingly shortbreadish cookies from San Francisco's Miette are--and we mean this--unlike any you've ever encountered.
No longer are you safe from temptation just because you summoned enough fortitude to skip the Nutella aisle at the store. Not safe at all.
Flecks of brilliant orange and green bejewel this not-so-common quick bread, but what adds a royal je ne sais quoi is the robust bursts of candied ginger.
The story of the Neiman Marcus $250 cookie may be an urban legend but the recipe behind the story is quite real. And real good.