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  1. Lemon White Pizza, Smothered Pork Chops, Pea Guacamole: 10 Takes on What to Cook This Summer Book Review, Today

    The best of this spring’s cookbooks remind us of the meaning and value of home-cooked meals....

  2. What to Cook This Week Dining, Yesterday

    You might need a break after the Memorial Day rush, but you could also make something simple, like green garlic toast or stir-fried rainbow peppers....

  3. Charcoal or Gas? Depends on What You’re Grilling Dining, May 23

    You get great smoky flavor from cooking over or beside coals or wood. But on a Wednesday night there is little easier than lighting a gas grill.

  4. In Bad Taste Games, May 27

    Andrew Zhou prepares an unusual concoction for us....

  5. What to Cook, Watch, Listen To and More This Weekend Express, May 26

    Tips to make the most of your weekend....

  6. A Journey Through Indonesian Favorites at Awang Kitchen in Elmhurst, Queens Dining, May 26

    The menu is rambling, featuring dishes like tempeh, goat skewers, and calamari gilded by salted duck egg yolks, but the waiters are patient guides....

  7. During Ramadan, Home Cooks Shine Dining, May 26

    A month of fasting is punctuated with daily gatherings of family and friends, laden with nourishing food....

  8. Leek and Spring Onion Gratin Video, May 26

    This comforting side dish combines sweet caramelized spring onions and leeks, gooey cheese and a crisp crust....

  9. A Cheesy, Oniony Gratin That Brings a Family Together Dining, May 26

    A few members of the allium family — spring onion, leek and green garlic — benefit from a bread crumb and Parmesan topping....

  10. What to Cook This Weekend Dining, May 26

    Feast in the lead up to Memorial Day, and treat yourself to clams, barbecued chicken, or pulled pork or lamb....

  11. A More Perfect Cream Puff Magazine, May 26

    Pâte à choux has been around for hundreds of years, but every pastry chef makes it new. Home cooks can, too....

  12. Edible Blossoms to Brighten Your Plate Dining, May 25

    Snip off the flowering tops of herbs to make a colorful compound butter for fish, chicken, vegetables or toast....

  13. A Taste of Home in One Pot Magazine, May 25

    The beans and pork of northern Mexico, by way of San Francisco....

  14. Gas or Charcoal? Dining, May 24

    The answer is complicated. Why not explore it with recipes for grilled flounder and soy-basted chicken thighs?...

  15. Sharing Moroccan Shakshuka With Mourad Lahlou Dining, May 22

    The San Francisco chef believes in the powerful connection of eating from the same pot, no plates required....

  16. Gadget Makes Peeling Eggs a Tad Easier Dining, May 22

    This plastic invention takes some of the pain out of peeling hard-cooked eggs....

  17. Food Waste Is the Topic of Conversation at 92nd Street Y Dining, May 22

    Mads Refslund, a Danish chef, and Tama Matsuoka Wong, a professional forager, will share their tips for making the most of ingredients....

  18. Make It Delicious Dining, May 22

    Cook with intent this week, for your loved ones or even just for yourself....

  19. What to Cook This Week Dining, May 21

    Try some clam chowder — traditional, on toast, on a pizza — or start stepping up your grill game for the coming Memorial Day holiday....

  20. A Galette That Lets Early Strawberries Shine Dining, May 19

    A filling of the berries and pistachios makes a showstopping spring dessert....

  21. Strawberry and Pistachio Galette Video, May 19

    Pistachio frangipane and strawberry compote give a subtle sophistication to this casual tart....

  22. Beloved Burrata Finds a Springtime Match Dining, May 19

    This fresh cheese needs no adornment, just good bread, or perhaps a drizzle of olive oil and few arugula leaves, but a seasonal vegetable topping makes it more festive....

  23. What to Cook This Weekend Dining, May 19

    Make a big Saturday night meal of fried chicken, mashed potatoes and biscuits, capped with a chocolate cake. It’s hard to eat that way come summer....

  24. A Sampling of ‘Natural Foods Cookbook’ Recipes National, May 18

    The author, Beatrice Trum Hunter, who died at 98, credited the natural ingredients she used for helping her live longer than people who relied on processed foods....

  25. Beatrice Trum Hunter, ‘Natural Foods Cookbook’ Author, Dies at 98 National, May 18

    Mrs. Hunter’s book, her first of 38, was heralded as the nation’s first healthful natural foods cookbook....

  26. 10 Great Recipes for Now Dining, May 17

    Try a creamy pasta, scallion meatballs, or a pavlova. Or, skip the recipe for a party board, using some cured meat and whatever cheese is in the fridge....

  27. ‘Modern Mexican’ Steps Into the Spotlight Dining, May 16

    Mexican cuisine has made the leap to the global stage of fine dining, with chefs in Mexico and beyond producing creative, world-class food....

  28. ‘Modern Mexican’ Cuisine Slideshow, May 16

    A new generation of chefs has remixed the flavors of Mexico in high-end restaurants around the world.

  29. Seaport Lures Guest Chefs for Dinner Series Dining, May 15

    Paul Kahan, Alon Shaya and Jessica Koslow are among the chefs who will cook dinners during two-week residences at the Seaport Food Lab....

  30. Another ‘Twin Peaks’ Puzzle: How to Make That Cherry Pie Dining, May 15

    The surreally wholesome dessert enthralled Dale Cooper and devotees of the cult TV series. Now, as the show returns, we go looking for the recipe....

  31. Salad Days! Dining, May 15

    Julia Moskin has delivered a wonderful new “How to Make Salad” guide. Why not follow it tonight, or in the coming days?...

  32. What to Cook This Week Dining, May 14

    Treat your mom to brunch, then consider a fettuccine with asparagus, chicken tagine or hard-shell tacos for the days ahead....

  33. What to Cook, Watch, Listen To and More This Weekend Express, May 12

    Tips to make the most of your weekend....

  34. Henry Chung, Who Helped Bring Hunan’s Flavors to America, Dies at 98 National, May 13

    Driven by his grandmother’s teachings, Mr. Chung opened San Francisco restaurants that focused on the garlic, spice and ginger of Hunanese cooking....

  35. Crab, Meet Sugar Snap Peas Dining, May 12

    Sugar snap peas and crab get introduced in this fast and vernal weeknight dinner....

  36. A Green That Does More Than Garnish Dining, May 12

    Watercress has a bright, peppery bite, and many excellent uses....

  37. What to Cook This Weekend Dining, May 12

    Middle school tacos or clam-chowder pizza? Sweet and spicy grilled chicken or rhubarb pie? The days are getting longer — why not make them all?...

  38. The Joys of Cooking With Gadgetry Business, May 10

    A deputy food editor at The New York Times discusses the technology she uses....

  39. Recipes From the Jet Set Dining, May 10

    Crisp chicken schnitzel, Yotam Ottolenghi’s latest, no-recipe scallops: Sam has returned from Australia with loads of ideas....

  40. A Powerful, and Provocative, Voice for Southern Food Dining, May 9

    John T. Edge has made a huge mark as director of the Southern Foodways Alliance, and also spurred criticism for his take on culinary history....

  41. The Challenge of Perfect Phyllo Dining, May 9

    When it comes to rolling out thin pastry dough, we’re all on training wheels, compared with those who have plenty of practice....

  42. An Alfredo Sauce Straight From the Source Dining, May 8

    A new pasta sauce for fettuccine Alfredo is based on the original recipe from Rome....

  43. Eat Your Vegetables Dining, May 8

    Light spring soups, an asparagus-scallion salad and Mark Bittman’s eggplant Parmesan are just a few ways to observe a meatless Monday....

  44. Baking Conversions at Your Fingertips Dining, May 8

    “The Baker’s Appendix” compiles common conversions — temperatures, metric and pan sizes — for the home cook....

  45. A Mozart Melody for the Master Chef Dining, May 8

    A new kitchen timer bursts into the composer’s Piano Sonata No. 11 when it’s time to check on the food....

  46. What to Cook This Week Dining, May 7

    Chicken marinated in za’atar, herb-flecked basmati rice, or even a turkey ragù: Find comfort in cooking in the days ahead....

  47. The Hidden Radicalism of Southern Food Op Ed, May 6

    By starting a community farm and a pig co-op, Fannie Lou Hamer pointed the way toward food sovereignty....

  48. What to Cook, Watch, Listen To and More This Weekend N Y T Now, May 5

    Tips to make the most of your weekend....

  49. Willing to Cook for Strangers, but Guests Are Harder to Find Business, May 5

    Social-dining services give chefs and others an opportunity to share food experiences out of their homes, but many potential guests remain wary....

  50. A Bold Take on Asparagus, Deep in Its Season Dining, May 5

    Adding freekeh, soy sauce and sheep’s milk cheese to an asparagus salad may not be intuitive, but it is delicious....

  51. Classic Mediterranean Flavors, Enlivened by Ramps Dining, May 5

    Swap out the garlic and try something new with lamb chops, served with a sauce of anchovies, capers and olives....

  52. Farmer’s Market Shopping With the Chef Tom Colicchio Well, May 5

    A top chef’s advice: To avoid wasting food, just buy the produce you’ll cook for tonight’s dinner....

  53. Roasted Asparagus and Scallion Salad Video, May 5

    Roasting asparagus and scallion together deepens their flavor, and when paired with whole grains soaked in a garlicky citrus vinaigrette, it all comes together in a salad bursting with umami....

  54. What to Cook This Weekend Dining, May 5

    Margaritas and avocado tacos for Cinco de Mayo, mint juleps and pie for the Kentucky Derby: It’s a weekend full of celebratory food....

  55. Green Dreams Dining, May 3

    Melissa Clark is in for Sam, and she’s got produce on the brain and a no-recipe recipe for zucchini agrodolce with peas....

  56. Restaurant-Worthy French Toast, Without the Wait Food, May 2

    You don’t have to wait in line in the rain. A rich, fluffy version with a lacy, crisp crust is right at hand.

  57. French Toast Video, May 2

    This custardy French toast leans heavily on cream and whole milk, with a generous dusting of cinnamon sugar.

  58. A How-To Manual for Life’s Culinary Conundrums Food, May 1

    This light and lively tome illustrates the best ways to eat insects and artichokes.

  59. Brain Food Food, May 1

    Breakfast, shrimp, fish: We’ve got recipes to feed body, mind and soul.

  60. One Award-Winning Chef — and His Surprisingly Cheap Eating Habits T Magazine, May 1

    Despite being known for inventive molecular gastronomy, Wylie Dufresne buys sandwiches from a bodega — and Pret a Manger — nearly every day.

  61. What to Cook This Week Food, April 30

    Soupe au pistou, Vietnamese rice noodles, tarragon chicken: The days ahead are ready to be packed with satisfying seasonal meals.