Plantains with eggs and jammy tomatoes are light yet filling, and sheet-pan chicken brightens up with radishes and lime.
Master basics like skirt steak and spice-rubbed pork chops, and then move on to huli huli chicken and pizza.
Grilled, grated, sautéed and even caramelized: What can’t this summer squash do?
A press-in-the-pan shortbread crust and an easy lemon curd filling make this stunning pastry a snap to bake.
Melissa Clark’s genius technique ensures fluffy — not soggy — berry-studded biscuits.
Perfect in their simplicity, chorizo and egg taquitos can be whatever you want them to be, whenever you want them.
Southern Charm brings biscuits to the West Village, El Cid Cafe will open in the Hispanic Society and more restaurant news.
A new book by the British academic Rebecca May Johnson urges a radical rethinking of just what goes on in the kitchen. For starters, don’t call cooking a labor of love.
His obsession with recreating the original New York pizza helped revive a classic and inspire a generation of chefs. But his ambitions led to conflicts and, once, prison.
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Alexa Weibel’s new chicken Milanese makes golden, crispy cutlets truly foolproof for the fry-phobic.
With a nutty, crunchy bread crumb topping.
Make your cookout, picnic or beach trip a little easier.
As summer commences, so do our pronouncements for what it will be like. In branding, as in all things, moderation is key.
The host said she wanted to concentrate on her new show, “Taste the Nation,” her writing and “other creative pursuits.”
It may just be the best gift you can give, and more manageable than you think with these expert tips.
With mom-approved sheet-pan shrimp with white beans and lemon.
Practice the basics with these recipes, which all deserve heavy rotation during your summer cookout season.
Also set for summer: roasted salmon with rhubarb, fast-track baby back ribs and pickleback slaw.
Move over Pete Wells. The toughest food critic is an 8-year-old.
Paired with red rhubarb, these brilliantly pink fillets are on the table in 25 minutes.
You don’t need a grill for Millie Peartree’s new recipe.
Whole roasted red peppers are a vibrant meatless main, and tender lettuces are tossed in an onion-dip dressing.
Tajín grilled chicken is a punchy cookout centerpiece, and a “big mess” pasta is a weeknight Roman romp.
It’s Memorial Day Weekend, the start of summer, ready or not.
In other words: orecchiette salad with crisped halloumi, Korean cheeseburgers with sesame pickles and one-pan Iranian rice and runny eggs.
At Chope’s Town Bar & Cafe, one family has closely guarded a recipe that makes the most of the region’s beloved chiles.
With straight-up rhubarb pie and double strawberry shortcakes, to take full advantage of peak spring produce.
Cooking skin-on legs over moderate heat yields gorgeously charred skin and tender meat, Genevieve Ko writes.
A flow chart for your Memorial Day side dish needs.
Those luscious berries have a downside: All that liquid can weigh down baked goods, but Melissa Clark has solutions.
White meat chicken, artichoke hearts and lemon slices are fried and lacquered in a buttery, winy pan sauce.
To make the chewy Filipino candies called pastillas de leche, you would typically simmer milk for hours. But there’s a faster way.
Wendy Lu, an editor at The New York Times, shares her strategies for taming anxiety.
Potato salad is bright with chives, lemon and snappy green beans; summer’s first tomatoes marinate in a garlicky soy vinaigrette.
A dry brine gives you firmer, juicier fish fillets with kettle-chip-crisp skin.
Mariana Velásquez likes to take long strolls through her new neighborhood and have friends over for a casual one-pot meal.
Una investigadora de derechos humanos que trabaja en Ucrania tomó un descanso y recorrió tres estados mexicanos en busca de las historias que hay detrás del picante.
Other weeknight winners: edamame pesto pasta and one-skillet salmon teriyaki.
You might not even need new cookware.
With a savory fruit salad to welcome summer’s first fruits and Texas sheet cake to toast the grads.
The best-kept secret about the season’s produce? It’s amazing in quick-to-make sides that only get better with time.
At the intersection of paneer, tofu and feta are delicious opportunities for clever swaps.
Do as Melissa Clark does, and roast, don’t poach, the shrimp, then serve them with a creamy horseradish rémoulade.
Garlicky, vinegary pan juices form a flavorful dressing for kale and olives in this easy sheet-pan dinner.
A human rights researcher in Ukraine, on break from her often grueling work, crisscrossed three Mexican states in search of the stories behind the spice.
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Carrot cake cupcakes with not-too-sweet frosting, a no-cans chicken casserole and Spanish-style French toast cooked on a griddle.
The big grilling manufacturers have turned to griddles, which let the backyard chef tackle projects grill grates cannot handle.
Pecorino and pancetta elevate eggs, black pepper punches up chicken, and lemon and capers make mushrooms into a piccata.
Salmon takes a hot bath in infused olive oil, and a refreshing cucumber salad gets a lush lift from avocado.
Jing Gao of Fly by Jing and Sana Javeri Kadri of Diaspora Co. hosted a dinner for the women who inspire and support them.
Spring’s characteristic spears shine in a spinach and leek soup, a salad with coconut and green beans and a filling mushroom grain bowl.
Dry-brining fillets works wonders, making cooking a breeze and yielding unforgettably succulent results.
These fading institutions, where lo mein and mofongo are served side by side, have found a new customer base.
You’re swimming in beets and chard. Now what?
Ana Ros broke through the boys’ club of fine dining, earning Hisa Franko in Slovenia two Michelin stars and a spot on the list of the world’s best restaurants.
Una tormenta perfecta ocasionada por el cambio climático, la guerra europea y la covid han hecho que los franceses tengan que buscar alternativas.
A perfect storm of climate change, a European war and Covid have left the French scrambling for alternatives.
The key Ukrainian city lost its last bridge as fighting intensifies.
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.