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  1. 5 Things to Cook While Watching ‘30 Rock’ Before it Leaves Netflix News Desk, Today

    “30 Rock” will leave Netflix in October. Here are some dishes to make as you binge it while you still can.

  2. Solving the Puzzle of Eggplant Parmesan Dining, Yesterday

    The answer: Slice the eggplant tempura-style, fan it out and then fry it whole.

  3. Expecting a Baby? What to Cook and Freeze Now So You Won’t Go Hungry Later Dining, Yesterday

    With a little advance planning, you can stock your freezer with a couple weeks’ worth of meals.

  4. For Everyday Vegetable Dishes, Meera Sodha Is the Master Dining, Yesterday

    The British author is skilled in simplifying and modernizing the vibrancy of Indian home cooking, and in explaining just how to do it.

  5. A Weeknight Meal That Needs No Introduction Dining, Yesterday

    Ready in 30 minutes, sausage and peppers, paired with sunny-side-up eggs, can be just the thing for those nights when you just want something simple.

  6. What to Cook This Weekend Dining, Yesterday

    Treat yourself to some fried chicken, paired with whatever you’d like, whether cream gravy and mashed potatoes, or braised greens.

  7. Eggplant Parmesan Video, Yesterday

    A better way to make this Italian, end-of-summer classic.

  8. Bake Cake Dining, September 20

    Make Yotam Ottolenghi and Helen Goh’s pistachio and rose water semolina cake, or their recipe for the world’s best chocolate cake.

  9. A Wild and Exacting Food Writer Gets Her Due Book Review, September 20

    Patience Gray exerted an outsize influence on the culinary world, as Adam Federman’s biography “Fasting and Feasting” makes clear.

  10. Yotam Ottolenghi on Creating Recipes for His Cookbook ‘Sweet’ Dining, September 19

    For the British chef, author and self-described baking nerd, there is no limit to the number of times you can make a cake in order to get it right.

  11. Harvey and Irma Wiped Out Our Kitchens. Still, We Cook. Dining, September 19

    America has never lost so many stoves and pantries at once, but home cooks are intent on finding a way — any way — to make meals.

  12. Pirogi From ‘the Great Comet of 1812’ Hit the Lower East Side Dining, September 18

    The producers of the closed Broadway musical will open Samovarchik, the foods of the samurai and more news.

  13. Answers to Your Questions About the Equifax Hack N Y T Now, September 17

    Welcome to the latest edition of the Smarter Living newsletter.

  14. Jellyfish Seek Italy’s Warming Seas. Can’t Beat ’Em? Eat ’Em. Foreign, September 17

    With climate change, jellyfish are booming in the Mediterranean, to the point that researchers say there may be little to do but to live with them.

  15. What to Cook This Week Dining, September 17

    Get the slow cooker going, stock the refrigerator and treat yourself to an easy frozen mango dessert.

  16. 5 Things to Cook While Watching ‘Seinfeld’ Reruns N Y T Now, September 16

    “Seinfeld” wasn’t a show about “nothing.” It was, at least in part, a show about food.

  17. Roasted Summer Vegetables Tucked Into Tartlets Dining, September 15

    September’s cooler weather means it’s the perfect time to bake with late summer zucchini and tomatoes.

  18. Canned Are Grand, but Fresh Sardines Are Deliciously Simple Dining, September 15

    These small fish are healthy, sustainable and easy to grill at home, whether over hot coals or under the broiler.

  19. What to Cook This Weekend Dining, September 15

    If you’re celebrating, build a menu for the High Holy Days. For those not observing, New Mexican posole, braised sauerkraut and more await.

  20. 5 Cheap(ish) Items You Need in Your Bathroom N Y T Now, September 14

    Welcome to the latest edition of the Smarter Living newsletter.

  21. The Secret to Amazing Mango Kulfi Comes in a Can Magazine, September 14

    The idea that fresh is always better is both simple and false.

  22. No Recipe Required! Dining, September 13

    Make your home as hospitable as a great restaurant and serve chicken parm, potato mousseline or whatever you find at the market.

  23. From United Airlines, an Invitation-Only Restaurant at Newark Travel, September 11

    We tried Classified at Newark Liberty International Airport. The verdict: Nice room, good food. The mystery: Who gets to go?

  24. Cook to Bring Comfort Dining, September 11

    Mushroom lasagna, pasta with caramelized cabbage, anchovies and bread crumbs: Make cooking a priority on a mournful day.

  25. What to Cook This Week Dining, September 10

    Tonight, make Gabrielle Hamilton’s recipe for le grand aioli, a garlicky mayonnaise served with cod and vegetables, and plan for the days ahead.

  26. A Cake That Showcases the Beauty of Figs Dining, September 8

    Chopped up fresh figs and a honeyed cream cheese frosting make this cake perfect for Rosh Hashana and beyond.

  27. What to Cook This Weekend Dining, September 8

    There are two weeks left before the fall equinox: Embrace the waning days of summer with grilled pork and peaches or steamed corn with clams and bacon.

  28. An Israeli Chef Looks to the Landscape Dining, September 8

    Erez Komarovsky influenced a generation of Israeli chefs by embracing local ingredients and dishes long belong it was in style.

  29. A Succulent Brisket Almost as Good as Mom’s Dining, September 7

    It may not be the same, but a version seasoned with spices, topped with tons of caramelized onions, gets close to a beloved original.

  30. What to Cook Tonight Dining, September 6

    Repurpose some Labor Day leftovers and finish it off with a hot-fudge sundae.

  31. Le Grand Aioli Brings Everyone to the Table Magazine, September 6

    The dish combines the bounty of the garden with a bracing garlic mayonnaise.

  32. A New Coffee Destination, Shrimp From the Hudson Valley and More Food News Dining, September 5

    Nespresso plans a flagship store on Madison Avenue, cheese ephemera and shrimp grown aquaponically in a former mattress factory.

  33. Happy Labor Day Dining, September 4

    Today is for cookouts and barbecue, hot dogs and watermelon lemonade. Dig in!

  34. Ready for One’s Star Turn Games, September 3

    Tracy Gray fires things up.

  35. What to Cook This Week Dining, September 3

    You have one last hurrah before the end of summer: Make Melissa Clark’s mashed potato salad, some grilled corn, or fried chicken.

  36. A Life’s Many Acts Culminate in the Kitchen at NA/NA in Paris Dining, September 1

    The chef Nathaly Nicolas-Ianniello, a former ecological journalist, serves dishes like ganache with black sesame miso to adventurous Parisians.

  37. What to Cook This Weekend Dining, September 1

    Try a new recipe for chicken-fried steak with queso, maybe paired with corn and Julia Moskin’s classic mashed potatoes.

  38. A Clam Chowder That Tastes Like Summer Dining, September 1

    The building blocks for a classic version are salt pork (or bacon), potatoes and milk, but what about adding a bit of polenta and zucchini?

  39. Does Cooking Boost Nutrients in Tomatoes and Spinach? Well, September 1

    Levels of some nutrients may go up with cooking. But levels of others go down.

  40. 5 Cheap(ish) Wellness Items You Didn’t Know You Needed N Y T Now, August 31

    Welcome to the latest edition of the Smarter Living newsletter.

  41. For Chicken-Fried Steak, Too Much Is Just Enough Magazine, August 31

    Queso gravy elevates the simple dish.

  42. In a Nod to Its Roots, Zaro’s Is Opening 2 Bakeries in the Bronx Metro, August 30

    A family-run business founded in 1927, Zaro’s once had 20 shops in the Bronx before mainly catering to hungry commuters in Manhattan.

  43. An Accidentally Creamier, Fluffier Potato Salad Dining, August 30

    A mashed potato salad, the result of overmixing, can be a very good thing indeed, worth even making on purpose.

  44. Still Cooking Dining, August 30

    The rain continues in South Texas, and some are still cooking, trying to feed family, friends and strangers, even as the waters rise.

  45. The 2017 Fall Restaurant Preview Interactive, August 29

    Highly anticipated restaurant openings, and an industry in transformation.

  46. Chelsea Market Expands With a Food-Focused Floor Food, August 28

    Chelsea Local opens on the lower level of the building, a new food market comes to Brooklyn and quick pastas from a Del Posto chef.

  47. Eggslut’s Alvin Cailan Tries Healthy Indulgence at Paper Planes Food, August 28

    The chef envisions his first restaurant in the city, to open by the end of the year, as part all-day restaurant, part “nouveau deli.”

  48. Food for Houston Food, August 28

    The rain continues, and the images coming out of the area are devastating: Maybe make dinner tonight, keeping those affected by the storm in your thoughts.

  49. What to Cook This Week Food, August 27

    Long-cooked wax beans, mustard-glazed pork, spicy shrimp salad: It’s going to be a good few days.

  50. A Smoky Lobster Salad With a Tapa Twist Food, August 25

    This spin on the Spanish pulpo a la gallega skips the octopus, but keeps the sea salt, olive oil, pimentón and boiled potatoes.

  51. What to Cook This Weekend Food, August 25

    Yossy Arefi’s terrific new recipe for a berry coconut no-bake cheesecake should be high on your list this weekend.

  52. Pork That’s Fast on the Grill, and Flavorful Too Food, August 25

    This butterflied pork loin, flavored with plenty of garlic, cumin and herbs, cooks quickly and feeds a crowd.