Believe it or not, some celebrities cook, and they’re actually not half bad at it. Check out these links to seven star-struck recipes that might just leave you hoping their creators will give up show biz and open restaurants instead.
At Flour + Water in San Francisco, Chef Thomas McNaughton’s cooking achieves this breathtaking balance between refinement and rusticity.
After the Jewish Day of Atonement (this year it starts at sundown on Friday, October 3rd, and ends the next evening, on Saturday the 4th), breaking the fast with a special Yom Kippur spread is something everyone looks forward to.
We all love a good butternut squash soup, and it would be a pretty sad fall without pumpkin pie, but there are plenty of other squashes that rarely make it into the spotlight.
David Thompson is a great Thai chef. He’s worked in Sydney and London, and now has a Bangkok restaurant, Nahm, that’s in the top tier of rankings on the World’s 50 Best Restaurants.
There’s nothing like a cool pint to keep you toasty in fall, as the leaves turn and the wind whistles down the chimney.
Olive Garden doesn’t think its customers can ever really have too many breadsticks. When one investor’s report criticized the restaurant’s breadstick policy and cited concerns about food waste, parent company Darden fought back (watch John Oliver's take from HBO's Last Week Tonight).
Enmoladas, enfrijoladas--there are so many different varieties of enchiladas, it can make your head spin.
After a miserable day at work, coming home to cook can sometimes seem like a dreadful experience. I want to prepare things quickly so I tend to speed up the process, which inevitably leads to cooking issues. Failed homemade veggie burgers, over-baked quinoa thing, idiot-proof paella turned to mush: these are just a few of my disasters.
If riding a mechanical bull while wearing a veil and a tiara isn’t your style, here are a few alternative bachelorette-party activities that will be even more memorable than bringing 15 of your closest friends to Chippendales.
Remember your first taste of a grilled cheese with tomato soup? Well, processed cheese and canned soup are for five year olds.
Senior Editor John Birdsall is on a two-and-a-half-week eating tour through Thailand. His first report was from a night market north of Bangkok, ”Under the Temple, the Oldest Way to Eat” (more...) See More Stories Like This Share on Facebook | Tweet this | StumbleIt | See the comments
Fall is here, and you know the drill: the leaves start to change colors, the weather gets a little colder, and our appetites change from grilled burgers and ice cream to foods that warm and comfort us.
There’s a lot more depth to sushi establishments than the usual hits–albacore, tuna, salmon or yellowtail.
Think you’ve had the best burger in New York already? Think again! With so many new restaurants—and so many opinions—there’s always a new list featuring the top burgers in every borough.
Chile peppers are everywhere. My parents’ garden in the warm air smells like vaporized salsa. My mom and dad usually bypass needing to can or preserve any of the garden's overproduction simply by making huge batches of salsa ...
Just because you’re in college doesn’t mean you have to eat like it. Thanks to a few hacks on basic dorm room essentials like a microwave, an electric kettle and even an iron, you can turn out delicious meals without setting your room on fire.
Is there a more potent pop culture force in the food world right now than Action Bronson, the 300-pound Albanian Jewish rapper with the swagger of Ghostface Killah and the refined palate of Ruth Reichl?
Senior Editor John Birdsall is on a two-and-a-half-week eating tour through Thailand. Here’s the first of three reports he’ll file from the road.
Put down that kale salad and listen up: You need more chocolate in your life. Studies have shown that dark chocolate can lower blood pressure, it can reduce stress, and most importantly, it tastes better than kale.