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  1. Wolfgat, a Far-Flung Destination for South African Coastal Cuisine Food, Yesterday

    A fishing village on the Western Cape is home to one of the world’s most remote restaurants.

  2. Yewande Komolafe’s 10 Essential Nigerian Recipes Food, June 24

    “We don’t say a dish is spicy — we say it has pepper.” The recipe writer Yewande Komolafe, who grew up in Lagos and found herself searching for the heat and flavor of Nigerian food in New York, chooses the dishes that define the cuisine for her.

  3. Build a Better Savory Pie Food, June 24

    Yotam Ottolenghi loves all British pies, but there are a few rules to making a great one.

  4. Worcestershire Butter! Food, June 24

    It’s going to be big this summer, just you watch. Do as Melissa Clark does and pair it with a grilled flank steak.

  5. Ice Cream Ideas From England Food, June 24

    The cookbook ‘Jude’s Ice Cream & Desserts’ features frozen desserts in all shapes and forms.

  6. A New Syrup for Drinks and Cooking Food, June 24

    Just Pomegranate Syrup works like pomegranate molasses in cocktails and cooking projects.

  7. Dinner, Solved Food, June 23

    Spiedies! Spicy rice noodles! Cumin-lime shrimp! Gear yourself up for a week of happiness.

  8. A Favorite Summer Pasta Gets a New Ingredient Food, June 21

    Bright, briny bottarga, a Mediterranean delicacy, tops this take on zucchini pasta.

  9. Cook a Chicken on Sunday Food, June 21

    Shred the meat and toss it into noodles, salads and quesadillas all week long.

  10. That Summer Grilling Standard, Buttery Flank Steak Food, June 21

    Flavor the brawny, beefy cut with tangy Worcestershire sauce, garlic and herbs, and top it with charred ripe tomatoes.

  11. The Art of Banh Cuon, Vietnamese Rice Rolls Food, June 20

    The noodle sheets, traditionally steamed over cloth and rolled with finely minced fillings, are painstakingly made in restaurants and at an at-home cooking class in Southern California.

  12. A Recipe for Juneteenth Food, June 19

    A crimson strawberry slab pie to observe the holiday, celebrating the recognition of freedom for enslaved Africans while also remembering the cost.

  13. Our Best Fourth of July Recipes: Hamburgers, Coleslaw, Homemade Ice Cream and More Food, June 18

    Here’s what you need to make the most of the holiday.

  14. A Writer’s Surprisingly Healthful Breakfast Cookies T Magazine, June 18

    Mona Awad, whose novel “Bunny” is out this month, shares her more interesting alternative to oatmeal.

  15. For Pride Month, Dinner and a Show of Marginalized Voices Food, June 18

    PrideTable, a two-week event, tells L.G.B.T. chefs’ stories and serves a five-course meal.

  16. If It’s Sunday in Southeastern Indiana, Order the Fried Chicken Food, June 18

    Doused in pepper, salt and history, the region’s signature dish is a staple of after-church dinners, and a fine reason for a road trip.

  17. Molly O’Neill, Writer Who Explored and Celebrated Food, Is Dead at 66 Food, June 17

    She was a keen observer of what she called the “essential tension in the American appetite,” a reflection of the country’s cultural conflicts.

  18. Masala Mac and Cheese and More Food, June 17

    Shalini Vaswani’s Taza MKT in Industry City, Brooklyn, offers Indian comfort foods for takeout.

  19. Skal! Scandinavian Spirits From New York Food, June 17

    Two spirits from the chef Gunnar Gislason and New York Distilling Co. showcase the flavors of Sweden and Denmark.

  20. Spanish Produce at Hudson Yards Food, June 17

    A fruit and vegetable stand in Little Spain has some hard-to-find items like fresh padrón peppers and dried ñora peppers.

  21. The Art of Food Food, June 17

    “A Feast for the Eyes” gives readers a glimpse of how artists have used food as a medium.

  22. Foolproof Fish Isn’t a Myth Food, June 17

    Alison Roman poaches boneless fillets in a light, brothy tomato base, the ultimate in easy, unfussy cooking.

  23. What to Cook Right Now Food, June 17

    Big flavors and summery fare: Make chicken salad, saag tofu and Vietnamese summer rolls.

  24. What to Cook This Week Food, June 16

    Eat well this week with one-pan pork chops, Parmesan-edged fried eggs and Chinese chopped cold chicken.

  25. It’s All Better With Bread Food, June 14

    And then build a delicious meal around it, with chimichurri chicken, slow-roasted salmon or pork and ricotta meatballs.

  26. Cold Sesame Chicken to Satisfy a Constant Craving Food, June 14

    Boiled, then chilled, this sesame and soy glazed chicken is perfect for picnics.

  27. What’s Better Than Fried Cheese? Fried Cheese With Eggs Food, June 14

    Bright runny eggs, edged with crunchy Parmesan bites, top this bright, lemony salad.

  28. What to Cook This Weekend Food, June 14

    Start with fancy French toast, glazed bacon, Vietnamese iced coffee for breakfast, then make deviled chicken thighs and mashed potatoes for dinner.

  29. How Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka Spend Their Sundays New York, June 14

    ‘There is no consistency to our routine except that we’re together and spending quality time with the kids.’

  30. Guatemalan Stews With Mayan Roots, at Ix in Brooklyn Food, June 13

    The chef Jorge Cárdenas makes jocón, a dish with pre-Hispanic origins and a specialty from his hometown, Quetzaltenango.

  31. Tradition and Fusion at a Guatemalan Cafe Slideshow, June 13

    Ix, a casual all-day cafe a block from Prospect Park in Brooklyn, serves Central American stews.

  32. The Dessert to Make Right Now Food, June 12

    Make a simple dinner and save room for Maida Heatter’s chocolate mousse torte, The Times’s most popular dessert recipe of 1972.

  33. Can Home Cooking Reverse the Obesity Epidemic? Well, June 12

    A new book argues that for many families with limited time and money, avoiding processed food is not a realistic option.

  34. A New Generation of Chefs Reframes Taiwanese Cuisine in America Food, June 11

    The island’s cooking used to exist under the vast umbrella of “Chinese food” in the United States. A group of chefs and restaurateurs is changing that.

  35. How to Make Perfect Sweet Potatoes Every Time Magazine, June 11

    In which a longtime boiler and roaster becomes a steaming evangelist.

  36. ‘Tajín Is a Lifestyle’: An Appreciation of the Mexican Seasoning Mix Food, June 10

    This chile-lime salt makes everything taste better — especially ripe fruit.

  37. Jiggs Kalra, Food Writer Who Elevated Indian Fine Dining, Dies at 72 Obituaries, June 10

    Through his newspaper columns and cookbooks, Mr. Kalra became a pioneer in Indian food writing and put the spotlight on little known chefs.

  38. Fairway Market Opens a Cooking School Food, June 10

    The Cooking Place, on the second floor of its flagship Upper West Side location, will host a variety of classes, covering topics like Chinese takeout and knife skills.

  39. A Coffee-Table Book on Nobu Food, June 10

    A book, “World of Nobu,” looks at the chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s restaurant empire through recipes and profiles.

  40. What to Cook Right Now Food, June 10

    Watch Alison Roman’s latest video for olive oil-roasted chicken, and make the dinner for yourself tonight.

  41. What to Cook This Week Food, June 9

    Take advantage of the wild salmon season this week, and make David Tanis’s latest for fillets with chive oil and lime-scented crème fraîche.

  42. Teaching the Children to Cook Opinion, June 7

    A professor of nutrition says the benefits are manifold.

  43. Burmese, Unassuming but So Inviting, at Asian Bowl Food, June 7

    It’s easy to pass this Forest Hills, Queens, storefront by, but inside the chef, Aye Thida, shares what she’s long cooked at home.

  44. A Piece of Myanmar in Queens Slideshow, June 7

    Asian Bowl’s name is reassuringly vague, but on the table is a more singular story: Burmese dishes like gin thoke and mohinga.

  45. Pasta Salads to Swoon Over (No, Really) Food, June 7

    Make better pasta salad, because you can.

  46. One-Pot Wonders Food, June 7

    These dishes are gifts to those sink soldiers out there, easily made in a single pot or pan.

  47. Maida Heatter, Cookbook Writer and the ‘Queen of Cake,’ Dies at 102 Obituaries, June 7

    Her many cookbooks were full of sinful recipes, not only for cakes but also for cookies, pies, torts and more.

  48. Wild Salmon Season Is Here Food, June 7

    Brilliant red, mildly sweet and velvety, it may be more expensive than its farmed counterpart, but it’s so much finer.

  49. Before She Wrote Cookbooks, Maida Heatter Created Hit Recipes for The Times Food, June 7

    This triple-layer chocolate torte, the newspaper’s most requested dessert in 1972, was just one of the recipes developed by the legendary author, who died on Thursday at 102.

  50. A Perfumer’s Fragrant Flower Salad T Magazine, June 5

    Ezra Woods, of the brand Régime des Fleurs, uses hibiscus petals and rosemary buds for a bountiful summer meal.

  51. What to Cook Tonight Food, June 5

    You don’t need a recipe to make broiled salmon, with tamari and lemon — just narrative instruction.

  52. You Don’t Have to Turn on Your Oven for This Delicious Beet Dip Magazine, June 5

    Let the beets’ best qualities — mild earthiness and vegetal sweetness — shine.

  53. A Chef Plunges Into Mexican Politics Food, June 4

    Gabriela Cámara, of Contramar and Cala, is on the brink of global culinary fame. But first she’ll return home to Mexico to advise the country’s president on food policy.

  54. The Chicken Isn’t Even the Best Part Food, June 3

    Alison Roman’s olive oil-roasted chicken is worth making for the salty, lemony leftover fat alone.

  55. What to Cook Tonight Food, June 3

    Susan Spungen, the former food editor of “Martha Stewart Living,” is working with us now, and it’s worth making her spring sheet-pan pizza.

  56. The Last Word: Leah Chase Video, June 2

    In 2007, Leah Chase, the pioneering New Orleans chef, sat down with a New York Times reporter to discuss her restaurant, Dooky Chase’s, which served as a meeting place for civil rights workers and entertainers, and was visited by presidents.

  57. Leah Lange Chase, Famed Creole Cook Who Fed Civil Rights Leaders and Presidents, Is Dead at 96 U.S., June 2

    In her New Orleans restaurant, she had a knack for remembering the favorite dishes of customers, whether it was a jazz great or an elderly neighbor.

  58. Leah Chase, Creole Chef Who Fed Presidents and Freedom Riders, Dies at 96 U.S., June 2

    In New Orleans, Dooky Chase’s was the only upscale restaurant that welcomed African-Americans, and it became a gathering place for civil rights leaders.

  59. Leah Chase, Creole Chef Who Fed Presidents and Freedom Riders, Dies at 96 U.S., June 2

    In New Orleans, Dooky Chase’s was the only upscale restaurant that welcomed African-Americans, and it became a gathering place for civil rights leaders.

  60. What to Cook This Week Food, June 2

    Shop early, cook in the afternoon and get ready for the days ahead: Make cucumber salad, dirty horchatas and roast chicken two ways.

  61. Custard Sheds a Few Layers Food, May 31

    Without eggs, gelatin, cornstarch or any baking involved, these rich and silky lemon desserts are almost too easy to make.

  62. Lentil Salad Saves the Picnic Food, May 31

    The legumes make a perfect base for a colorful room temperature salad that leans Mediterranean.

  63. My New Favorite Herb Food, May 31

    Pair loads of dill with your roast salmon or rice, or just top your pasta with burrata and call it a day.

  64. ‘Hotbox’ Is the ‘Kitchen Confidential’ of the Big-Ticket Catering World Books, May 31

    In their new book, the cookbook-writing brothers Matt and Ted Lee describe a high-octane industry that’s all but invisible to customers.

  65. We Don’t Need to Be Saved From Making Smoothies Opinion, May 30

    Food delivery services have tried to convince us that cooking is a difficult, boring task. It’s actually a life skill.

  66. What to Cook Tonight Food, May 29

    Make David Tanis’s rhubarb trifle, Melissa Clark’s grilled pork with garlic bread, or Yotam Ottolenghi’s polenta bake.

  67. Greek Goods for Your Pantry Food, May 28

    The cookbook author Diane Kochilas has opened an online marketplace for unusual Greek food stuffs.

  68. Polenta That You’ll Never Need to Stir Food, May 28

    Yotam Ottolenghi reveres classic dishes — but can’t help playing around with them, like this baked polenta with corn, eggs and feta.

  69. What to Cook Today Food, May 27

    Today, before you make the meals that bring people together, take a moment to remember those who have given their lives in military service.