1. What to Cook This Week Dining, Yesterday

    Chicken tikka, turkey meatballs with mozzarella and more recipes.

  2. A Little Night Chopping Dining, February 3

    Let dicing ingredients be a welcome interlude between work and dinner.

  3. Reader Tips for a Better Frozen (or Homemade) Pizza Dining, February 3

    A recent look at the state of premium frozen pizza, and an accompanying taste test, brought out big opinions. “Pizza,” as one reader notes, “is a big tent.”

  4. 3 New Chocolate Desserts for Everyone You Love Dining, February 3

    Preparing a special dinner can be intimidating, but these make-ahead sweets will be hits no matter how much time or kitchen confidence you have.

  5. What to Cook This Weekend Dining, February 3

    Take on Eric Kim’s sweet-and-sour ribs as a practice run for Super Bowl Sunday.

  6. The Juicy Secret to Stellar Baby Back Ribs Dining, February 2

    You don’t need a smoker or a grill to make sticky, tender ribs at home — just an oven and a surprising four-ingredient glaze.

  7. I Made You a Meal Plan Dining, February 2

    These three recipes (and Venn diagram!) are an exercise in strategic overlaps and substitutions.

  8. 13 Easy Slow Cooker Chicken Recipes for the Busiest Days Dining, February 2

    A few minutes of prep in the morning means you don’t have to think about dinner again until it’s time to eat.

  9. The Miracle of Crispy Cheese Dining, February 1

    Thoughts on frico and Ali Slagle’s recipe for cauliflower with Parmesan.

  10. Motorcycle Rides, Beach Breezes and the Shrimp I’ll Never Forget Magazine, February 1

    Reader, I don’t even remember his name. But I can still taste the buttery garlic shrimp we shared by the roadside — a modern classic in Hawaii if there ever was one.

  11. Inflation Leads a New Generation to the Bread-Making Machine Dining, January 30

    Rediscovered in the early days of the pandemic, the mainstay of ’90s kitchens has become an indispensable tool for some younger bakers trying to save money.

  12. Eat Your Salad With a Spoon Dining, January 30

    Sohla El-Waylly’s quinoa and broccoli spoon salad, and more spoonable recipes.

  13. What to Cook This Week Dining, January 29

    Roasted vegetables and buttermilk grits, glazed tofu with chile and more recipes.

  14. Las fechas de caducidad que sí debes de respetar en Español, January 28

    ¿Lo primero que debes saber? Las etiquetas de vencimiento, tal y como las conocemos, no tienen nada que ver con la seguridad. J. Kenji López-Alt lo explica.

  15. Chefs and Bartenders Are Injecting New Life Into Taiwan’s Oldest City T Style, January 27

    Grilled beef tongue and black-sesame espresso martinis await in Tainan.

  16. A Vegetarian Update for Old-School Tamale Pie Dining, January 27

    A bean-based chili and a little bit of spice bring this retro casserole into the modern age.

  17. Something Green Dining, January 27

    These delightfully verdant recipes won’t leave you wanting.

  18. What to Cook This Weekend Dining, January 27

    Make skin-on chicken breasts, slow and careful, with a gin and sage pan sauce.

  19. More Grandma Content, Please Dining, January 27

    We can’t get enough of wholesome grandmothers cooking on YouTube, TikTok and Instagram. But how do they feel about it?

  20. He’s Dazzled Diners in the U.S. Now He Aims to ‘Change People’s Perspectives’ in Ivory Coast. Travel, January 27

    The chef Roze Traore has spent years building a name for himself in New York, but for his new project, he’s tapping his family ties to West Africa.

  21. Three Ways to Finish a Tub of Miso Dining, January 26

    It’s an ingredient that could last forever. But it shouldn’t have to.

  22. 5 Tips for Using a Gas Stove Interactive, January 25

    If you're concerned about pollutants in your home, follow these steps.

  23. A Bright, Bold Citrus Salad Is Just the Start of This Dinner Party Menu Dining, January 25

    An Italian-style baked rice casserole and a gorgeous (and simple) almond cake round out this elegant dinner from David Tanis.

  24. Finding Solace in French Pastry Dining, January 25

    Yewande Komolafe brings us a recipe for a Breton pastry alongside a touching column.

  25. ‘This Is the Best Chicken I’ve Ever Had’ Magazine, January 25

    A dash of gin and a smattering of fried sage make these sautéed chicken breasts more than the usual weeknight dinner.

  26. 17 alimentos que deberías comprar cuando están de oferta en Español, January 24

    También te recomendamos varias recetas infalibles —y baratas— para sacarles el máximo provecho a los ingredientes de tus platillos.

  27. Eileen Yin-Fei Lo, 85, Dies; Taught Americans How to Cook Chinese Food Obits, January 23

    She was committed to codifying traditional Chinese cooking techniques when most Americans thought of Chinese food as dishes like chop suey and chow mein.

  28. It Wouldn’t Be a Kitchen Without These Tools Dining, January 23

    Four experts share the utensils and gadgets they can’t cook without.

  29. Two Kinds of Sheet-Pan Recipes Dining, January 23

    Make a simple salmon dinner, or a riff on a Middle Eastern fried eggplant sandwich.

  30. What to Cook This Week Dining, January 22

    Recipes for Lunar New Year, a weeknight recipe for seared shrimp and more.

  31. Redefining the ‘New’ in Lunar New Year Styles, January 21

    Some younger Asian Americans are creating their own holiday traditions, putting a spin on lessons they’ve learned.

  32. Is This Cooking Oil Actually Healthy? Interactive, January 21

    Canola or olive? Coconut or avocado? Cooking oil comes in so many varieties, it can be difficult to figure out the best options for our health. Here’s what to know about this stovetop staple.

  33. 12 Easy Pastas That Are Ready in 30 Minutes (Really!) Dining, January 20

    Start an episode of “Abbott Elementary” while you cook, and dinner will be on the table by the time the credits roll.

  34. Pesto With a Citrusy Twist Dining, January 20

    A zesty Sicilian take on the favorite, from Ali Slagle, is a perfect accompaniment to fish or pasta.

  35. What to Cook This Weekend Dining, January 20

    Relish in the excess of nachos for dinner, prepare for Lunar New Year and more.

  36. Winter Salads Are Better Dining, January 19

    Here’s how to build a great one.

  37. 4 Winter Salads That Are Anything but Sad Dining, January 18

    January is a tough time for vegetables, but these recipes prove how good they can be, especially when roasted until their natural sweetness shines.

  38. A Taste of Lunar New Year Dining, January 18

  39. This Soup Is Yotam Ottolenghi’s Comfort Food Magazine, January 18

    In this soup, lamb meatballs and semolina dumplings come with a zest of history.

  40. What to Cook Right Now None, January 16

    Baking in service of Martin Luther King’s Birthday, a new pistachio Bundt cake and more.

  41. What to Cook This Week None, January 15

    Peruvian roast chicken, tofu-ginger stir-fry and more recipes.

  42. What to Know About Gas Stove Alternatives Express, January 14

    Cooking with gas isn’t the only way. Electric and induction cooking can offer some distinct advantages, experts say.

  43. The Dessert-First Author Whose Books Defined Canada’s Treats Foreign, January 14

    Jean Paré, the prolific, self-published cookbook writer, died last month in Alberta. Her unfussy recipes found an audience with millions of Canadians.

  44. The Power of Instant Pudding Mix Dining, January 13

    Your favorite dessert may have a not-so-secret ingredient.

  45. What I’m Excited to Cook This Year Dining, January 13

    Melissa Clark’s green curry salmon with coconut rice is at the top of my weeknight list.

  46. Easy, Festive Dishes for Chinese New Year at Home Dining, January 13

    Wontons may be an everyday affair, but that’s all the more reason to celebrate with them, Genevieve Ko writes.

  47. What to Cook This Weekend Dining, January 13

    Make Bryan Washington’s new miso pecan banana bread recipe your own.

  48. A Dinner Party With Soap-Shaped Chocolate Bars for Dessert T Style, January 13

    The designer Rafael Prieto turned a casual meal hosted in his New York apartment into a memorable occasion with a few unexpected touches.

  49. 17 Foods You Should Buy When They’re on Sale Dining, January 13

    And inflation-friendly recipes for how to make the most of them once you have them.

  50. Resolutions Worth Keeping Dining, January 12

    Pickled mushroom salad, New Mexico breakfast burritos and more recipes for my 2023 cooking goals.

  51. A One-Pot Salmon and Rice Dish You’ll Turn to Again and Again Dining, January 11

    For the simplest one-pot meal, fish and grains steam in the same pot, at the same time, on the stovetop.

  52. Go Low and Slow Dining, January 11

    January is the month for taking it easy.

  53. The Secret to a Banana Bread With a Little More Bite Magazine, January 11

    A familiar favorite gets a shot of flavor from miso and pecans.

  54. Why Stone-Ground Grits Are the Best Grits Dining, January 10

    For unparalleled flavor, look to the slower cooking, especially delicious sibling of instant and quick-cooking grits.

  55. Jean Paré, Best-Selling ‘Everyday’ Cookbook Author, Dies at 95 Obits, January 9

    With easy-to-follow recipes developed in her native Canada, she became one of the world’s top cookbook authors, publishing more than 30 million copies.

  56. A Nonalcoholic Amaro ‘Falso’ From St. Agrestis Dining, January 9

    Try the new bitter drink, read a winemaker’s memoir, heat up sauces from Kalustyan’s and more.

  57. In Defense of Cabbage Dining, January 9

    Celebrate the cruciferous vegetable with a new recipe for scrunched cabbage salad with fried almonds.

  58. King Phojanakong, Pioneer of Filipino Food in New York, Dies at 54 Obits, January 8

    His first restaurant, Kuma Inn, became destination dining despite its location on what was then a quiet stretch of the Lower East Side.

  59. What to Cook This Week Dining, January 8

    Vegetable yakisoba, kale and squash salad and more recipes.

  60. Mon Dieu! No hay mostaza. Francia cocina sin su amado condimento en Español, July 15

    Una tormenta perfecta ocasionada por el cambio climático, la guerra europea y la covid han hecho que los franceses tengan que buscar alternativas.

  61. France Faces a Shortage of Mustard, Its Uniquely Beloved Condiment Foreign, July 14

    A perfect storm of climate change, a European war and Covid have left the French scrambling for alternatives.

  62. Your Wednesday Briefing: Sievierodonetsk, Isolated N Y T Now, June 14

    The key Ukrainian city lost its last bridge as fighting intensifies.

  63. Your Monday Evening Briefing N Y T Now, May 16

    Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.