T/cooking

  1. A Morning in the Kitchen With the Grandmother Who Cooks for Major League Baseball Players Reader Center, Today

    Altagracia Alvino is used to cooking large meals for her family, teammates and visiting players. I sampled her (very tasty) goat stew.

  2. The Best of Both Seasons Food, Today

    Corn and shishito salad, roasted zucchini with garlicky bread crumbs, lamb meatballs: Embrace summer’s bounty and fall’s coziness with these recipes.

  3. Los beisbolistas la llaman la Jefa: la abuela dominicana que cocina para las grandes ligas en Español, Today

    Durante casi 20 años, Altagracia Alvino, la abuela de Vladimir Guerrero Jr., ha vivido y cocinado para su descendencia de beisbolistas, así como para sus compañeros de equipo y contrincantes.

  4. Abuela, Chef, Boss: Vladimir Guerrero Jr.’s Grandmother Feeds the Majors Sports, Today

    For about two decades, Altagracia Alvino has lived with and cooked for her baseball-playing offspring — as well as their teammates and opponents.

  5. An Ancient Grain Brings the Warmth Food, August 23

    Freekeh, long popular in the Middle East and North Africa, adds a smoky note to dinner.

  6. Christopher Kimball and America’s Test Kitchen Settle Lawsuit Food, August 22

    Both sides agreed to move on years after Mr. Kimball started Milk Street, a similar cooking and media venture.

  7. The Perfect Soundtrack for a Summer Dinner Party T Magazine, August 22

    Angela Dimayuga, Perfume Genius, Martine Rose and other friends of T put together a playlist to take you from hors d’oeuvres to the dance floor.

  8. How to Host a Summer Barbecue Like a Professional T Magazine, August 21

    The butchers Erika Nakamura and Jocelyn Guest gathered their friends in the Hudson Valley for a dinner of sausages, grilled vegetables and blueberry pie.

  9. Once Declared Passé, Foam Returns to the Restaurant Table T Magazine, August 21

    From a dragon-fruit cloud to aerated lobster bisque, chefs are breathing new life into the most clichéd of culinary techniques.

  10. It’s Not Always Excellent to Be Jamie Oliver Food, August 20

    Twenty years after he vaulted to fame, the brash British chef, TV star and cookbook author has lost his restaurant empire — but not his taste for hard work.

  11. Gluten-Free Specialties at Le Gourmand Food, August 20

    Mounir Jabrane went into the baking business because his son could not tolerate gluten.

  12. Restaurant History, All the Way Back to the Bronze Age Food, August 20

    A new book takes a looser definition of “restaurant” to explore global roots.

  13. A Spatula and Thermometer, Combined Food, August 20

    With this kitchen tool you can check the temperature of a custard, cooked frosting or melted chocolate as you stir.

  14. Vegan Jerky With a Kick Food, August 20

    Tropical jackfruit has a simple flavor that works well with bold seasonings.

  15. Syrups Beyond Maple Food, August 20

    New Leaf Tree Syrups bottles saps from trees like birch and walnut.

  16. The Ultimate Snacky Splurge: Caviar Butter Food, August 20

    Keep this French butter with genuine osetra caviar on hand for deluxe baked potatoes.

  17. These Meals Are Legendary Food, August 19

    Jacques Pépin’s roast chicken, M.F.K. Fisher’s potato chips: Make the stuff of legends.

  18. OOO DELICIOUS Food, August 18

    Eat well this week, whether you make a pork noodle salad or clams in a spicy broth.

  19. The Best and Easiest Vacation Meal Food, August 16

    Brothy, herby and served with garlicky pieces of a baguette, these clams are dead simple and perfect for your summer trip.

  20. The Fruit Yotam Ottolenghi Longs to Cook With Food, August 16

    There’s nothing quite like fresh, sun-warmed figs. The chef details all the ways you could use them — then bakes his into a warm chocolate cake.

  21. Vacation Must-Cooks Food, August 16

    August dinners should be the laziest of endeavors: Make an easy Caprese, spicy clams or a chickpea salad to eat all week.

  22. Tangy, Bright and So Very Light Food, August 16

    With an equal measure of crunchy, tender elements to springy rice noodles, this savory salad is full of texture.

  23. When You Love to Cook but Also Have a Kid, Embrace the Microwave Smarter Living, August 14

    Even cooking experts relax their standards once they have kids. We talked to five cooking pros to get tips on how to get dinner on the table while parenting.

  24. Buy All the Fruit Food, August 14

    And make all the desserts with them: Alison Roman has five new recipes to get you started.

  25. Burner Apps and No Selfies When Reviewing Restaurants Technology, August 14

    It’s harder to remain incognito in the digital age, says Tejal Rao, our first California restaurant critic. She prefers dining tech that’s understated, too.

  26. Home Cooking for Profit? Sure, Just Not in New Jersey Food, August 13

    A nationwide boom in home-based food businesses has bypassed the Garden State, the only state that still bars such sales. But home bakers are fighting back.

  27. These Turkish Eggs Shine in Summer Food, August 13

    Menemen shares a lot of ingredients with North African shakshuka. But it is distinctly Turkish, and very delicious.

  28. What to Do With All That Summer Fruit Food, August 12

    Alison Roman makes August last by buying up all the freshest fruit and heading into the kitchen.

  29. Quality Canned Seafood, All in One Place Food, August 12

    A website lists many tinned products, or conservas, from various producers to make shopping easier.

  30. A Tool for Pomegranate Fans Food, August 12

    It extracts both the seeds and juice, streamlining the process.

  31. Reward Yourself With Austrian Poppy Seed Cake Food, August 12

    Vienna Cookie Company in Baldwin, N.Y., added this specialty to their inventory.

  32. Rosé Is Everywhere, Including in Mustard Food, August 12

    Maille, a French mustard company, has added rosé de Provence to a Dijon-style limited edition, seasonal condiment.

  33. All About Corn at the New School Food, August 12

    Topic48, a food consulting company, is holding a two-day conference that will cover every possible aspect of corn.

  34. Cook Pok Pok’s Noodles at Home Food, August 12

    The new cookbook “Pok Pok Noodles: Recipes From Thailand and Beyond” has recipes for soups, stir-fries and more.

  35. It’s a Pasta BLT! Food, August 12

    Try this twist on a classic summer sandwich.

  36. A Superb Mixed Grill Food, August 11

    David Tanis’s latest is a twist on the classic, using summer vegetables and topping them with a tahini dressing.

  37. A Mixed Grill to Remember Food, August 9

    Let summer vegetables sing by serving them simply, just off the grill and topped with a lemony tahini dressing.

  38. Hot Cheese Summer Food, August 9

    Melted cheese has no season: Take a break from all that’s light, cool and raw.

  39. This Is Your New Biscuit Recipe Food, August 9

    Use them to top a tomato cobbler or serve them plain, as dessert, but absolutely make them as soon as you can.

  40. Cumin Rules the Menu at Jiang Diner in the East Village Food, August 8

    The restaurant serves food from the Xinjiang region in northwestern China.

  41. A Place for Lamb and Spice Slideshow, August 8

    Jiang Diner doesn’t rely on spicy chiles, but it does offer freshly ground cumin for dipping.

  42. This Bread Recipe Starts With 4,000-Year-Old Yeast Science, August 8

    A self-professed “bread nerd” extracted yeast from ancient Egyptian artifacts to make a loaf of sourdough. “The aroma and flavor are incredible,” he said.

  43. Cook for Comfort Food, August 7

    Make food against the sorrow and anger. It’s the best way we can make better the lives of those around us.

  44. Ricotta Will Change Everything You Know About Biscuits Magazine, August 7

    Give your dough an impossibly tender, cakelike crumb.

  45. Letter of Recommendation: Spam Magazine, August 6

    A Filipino staple passed down through the generations since World War II.

  46. You Say Tomato, Garden Says Fun Food, August 5

    The fruit in all its glorious forms will be celebrated at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx.

  47. In Search of the Real Bouillabaisse, Marseille’s Gift to the Fish Lover Food, August 5

    During a yearlong celebration of its food, the city is filled with odd versions for tourists and fancy variations for the well-heeled. Finding an authentic specimen took some legwork.

  48. The Best Dessert of the Summer (So Far) Food, August 5

    Make yourself a pound cake and cover it with whipped cream and berries, even if the rest of the day is a drag.

  49. My Favorite Summer Squash Recipe Food, August 4

    The New Orleans writer Julia Reed’s casserole is the perfect companion to a roast chicken.

  50. Let This Recipe Change How You Cook Food, August 2

    Perfecting the technique for a seasonal risotto, like this tomato dish, opens up a year’s worth of meals.

  51. Coleslaw Kissed by Fire Food, August 2

    Grill, smoke or ember-roast cabbage to make this traditional side dish the star of the barbecue.

  52. The Black Linen Jumpsuit of Recipes Food, August 2

    A chic grilled fish with herby salsa verde, simple BLTs and more superlative recipes for weeknight summer cooking.

  53. Jerk Chicken FTW Food, August 2

    Gabrielle Hamilton’s latest isn’t “spicy hot but has a magnificent warmth that spreads across your chest in a slow build,” she writes. Make it tonight.

  54. Overlooked No More: Georgia Gilmore, Who Fed and Funded the Montgomery Bus Boycott Obituaries, July 31

    Gilmore started the Club From Nowhere, a clandestine group that prepared and sold meals to raise money for the 381-day resistance action.

  55. Eat Like a Filipino Food Champion Food, July 31

    Celebrate the food writer Doreen Gamboa Fernandez by cooking chicken adobo, kare-kare and mango royale.

  56. Celebrate Filipino Food Food, July 31

    Honor the food writer Doreen Gamboa Fernandez by cooking chicken adobo, kare-kare and mango royale.

  57. Jerk Chicken So Good I’ve Been Making It Every Summer for 25 Years Magazine, July 31

    It’s not spicy hot but has a magnificent warmth. Quick-pickled fresh ripe bananas add a creamy bland sweetness with a spike of vinegar and habanero.

  58. She Was Filipino Food’s Greatest Champion. Now Her Work Is Finding New Fans. Food, July 30

    Years after her death, the writer Doreen Gamboa Fernandez is gaining a following among Filipino-American chefs for the way she explored the cuisine from the bottom up.

  59. A Leap Forward in Measure Technology Food, July 29

    The new cups from Welcome Industries have different shapes for cooks to quickly grab the right measure.

  60. Flavored Salt Worthy of Your Pantry Food, July 29

    Chiles and crushed maguey worms create an incomparable salt, sal de gusano, for elotes, margaritas and more.

  61. This Pasta May Actually Taste Better Outside Food, July 29

    Packed with zucchini, lemon, walnuts and feta, Alison Roman’s pasta salad has nothing to do with the stuff you see at airports and bad buffets.

  62. We All Scream for Spumoni Ice Cream Cake Food, July 28

    Make one yourself today, with store-bought ice cream, amaretti and Maraschino cherries.