T/cooking

  1. A Cheese Club From a Noted Cheesemonger Dining, Today

    Anne Saxelby has a new quarterly Connoisseur’s Club, and the first shipment focuses on American ricottas.

  2. What Your Recipe Box Says About You Dining, Today

    Quarantine has given a former New York Times columnist the time to come to grips with a lifetime’s worth of clipped and faded recipes.

  3. How Are You Doing? Dining, Today

    Sometimes it feels like the only pleasure available in the day is cooking.

  4. The Acclaimed Soba Maker Who Champions Home Cooking T Style, Today

    Working out of her California kitchen, Sonoko Sakai pays homage to Japanese culinary traditions through recipes, food activism and intimate classes.

  5. Daniela Soto-Innes Is One of the Most Exciting Chefs Working Today T Style, Today

    At Cosme, Atla and now Elio, she has reimagined both Mexican cuisine and how professional kitchens are run.

  6. What to Cook This Week Dining, Yesterday

    End your weekend with Meera Sodha’s chicken curry with her naan and raita and a bit of chutney to set yourself up for the days ahead.

  7. El ocaso del cocinero superestrella en Español, August 8

    Durante décadas, la figura del genio solitario en la cocina ha fomentado la creatividad culinaria y estropeado a los restaurantes con abusos e injusticia. Con la pandemia, el protagonismo absoluto del chef podría estar en su acto final.

  8. The Simple Joys of Tamarind Dining, August 7

    Sweet, sour and tender under its brittle shell, the fruit’s pulp is equally at home in desserts and savory dishes.

  9. Dip for Dinner! Dining, August 7

    These no-fuss recipes are ideal for the busy days ahead.

  10. This One Is for the Focaccia Lovers Dining, August 7

    Lighter and fresher than pizza, this crisp-edged flatbread is also a celebration of summer eggplant.

  11. What to Cook This Weekend Dining, August 7

    Put your sourdough starter to work, and make Bryan Ford’s pan de coco.

  12. Let This Blueberry Bundt Cake Pull You Out of Your Baking Rut Dining, August 5

    You don’t need a special occasion for this showstopping treat, finished with a jewel-toned glaze.

  13. The Secret to Great Empanadas Dining, August 5

    It’s popcorn, as J. Kenji López-Alt learned from the Colombian chef Carlos Gaviria.

  14. These Rolls Will Change the Way You See Sourdough Magazine, August 5

    The baker Bryan Ford’s pan de coco, made with coconut milk, does not look like European sourdough — and that’s part of the pleasure.

  15. A Colombian Chef Shares His Secret to Better Empanadas Dining, August 4

    For even better flavor and texture in his masa, J. Kenji López-Alt borrowed a technique from the chef Carlos Gaviria: milling popcorn.

  16. Twilight of the Imperial Chef Dining, August 4

    For decades, the notion of the lone genius in the kitchen has fostered culinary creativity — and restaurants marred by abuse and unfairness. This may be the time for change.

  17. A Digital School Cookbook to Aid Families Dining, August 3

    Martin Van Buren High School in Queens Village is raising money with a collaborative digital cookbook.

  18. Horchata Ice Cream in a Store Near You Dining, August 3

    Helados La Neta is High Road Craft’s new line of flavors including coconut, avocado and lime, and rum raisin.

  19. Dirt Candy Returns With a Vegetarian Muffuletta Dining, August 3

    The chef Amanda Cohen’s vegetarian restaurant on the Lower East Side has reopened with a new menu.

  20. Cooking as Craft Dining, August 3

    Brush up on the basics, or lean into something new, whether it’s ginger-lime chicken or a pork schnitzel with quick pickles.

  21. Padma Lakshmi Wants Us to Eat More Adventurously Interactive, August 3

    “There’s such a laziness about reaching for the thing that is most familiar.”

  22. What to Cook This Week Dining, August 2

    Make Colu Henry’s white bean caprese salad, Yewande Komolafe’s baked tofu with peanut sauce, or the chef Rawlston Williams’s stew chicken.

  23. Make Pizza … On Your Grill At Home, August 1

    Bear with us. We know this sounds bonkers, but it really does work.

  24. Low-Key Cooking Dining, July 31

    These recipes are simple and satisfying enough for those sweet and drowsy August days.

  25. Chewy Meets Crispy in This Summery Salad Dining, July 31

    This satisfying bowl gets its bite from farro, its crunch from spiced chickpeas, and its sweetness from roasted corn and slivered fennel.

  26. What to Cook This Weekend Dining, July 31

    Let Gabrielle Hamilton’s latest recipe, for eggplant croquettes, give your cooking new life.

  27. The T List: Five Things We Recommend This Week T Style, July 30

    Farm dining, a Parisian floral gallery, Ruth Asawa stamps — and more.

  28. Proud of the Kids Letters, July 29

    A mother recounts what her 12-year-old daughter and her friends are saying about returning to school and notes, “I was awed by them.” Also: The story behind the flour.

  29. A Food Writer’s Sicilian Pasta Dish — and Tips for Sharing It T Style, July 29

    Skye McAlpine has made a name for herself serving bountiful meals to large groups of friends. During lockdown, she’s discovered the joy of cooking for just one or two.

  30. This Watermelon Salad Is Meant for Hot Days Dining, July 29

    You can use any kind of pickled chiles in this refreshing summery dish.

  31. What to Cook Right Now Dining, July 29

    Make a no-recipe recipe for gochujang spaghetti, or follow some more formal instruction and prepare a sheet-pan baked feta.

  32. Bored With Your Home Cooking? Some Smoky Eggplant Will Fix That Magazine, July 29

    These crispy-silky croquettes rise to the restaurant level of cooking we’ve been missing.

  33. I Cured My Pandemic Anxiety by Making Tiny Food Out of Clay Op Ed, July 29

    The subtle pleasures of trying to make one small piece of the world just right.

  34. The Pandemic Could End the Age of Midpriced Dining Dining, July 28

    When Melbourne restaurants reopened after lockdown, owners got creative, and dinner got far more expensive.

  35. A Breakfast Crumble for Early Birds With a Sweet Tooth Dining, July 27

    What started out as French toast, a morning favorite at Yotam Ottolenghi’s house, evolved into this warm, fruity treat.

  36. Cookbook Series Honors Long Island’s Farmers and Produce Dining, July 27

    Loaves & Fishes, a food shop in Sagaponack, N.Y., is publishing small cookbooks focused on farms and their seasonal produce.

  37. A Charcoal Grill That Sizzles Dining, July 27

    YAK Grills, a new hibachi, brings diners around the dinner table to cook a meal together.

  38. Finding Balance in a Summer Side Dining, July 27

    Crunchy cucumbers meet creamy yogurt in this cold-marinated cucumber salad.

  39. Dinner for One Dining, July 27

    Tri-tip steak, summer squash casserole, some chicken salad with a rotisserie chicken: Eating alone can be full of joys.

  40. Don’t Throw Out That Corn At Home, July 25

    You can use kernels and cobs in creative ways.

  41. Cherries Belong in More Than Pie Dining, July 24

    Turn them into something savory, alongside charred scallions and creamy raw pistachios.

  42. Avoid the Oven! Dining, July 24

    It’s too hot for roasting. These recipes take note.

  43. What to Cook This Weekend Dining, July 24

    Get inspired in the kitchen again. Make yourself a spumoni ice cream cake to go alongside a pan pizza, or grill your first corn of the season.

  44. 6 Steps to the Best Barbecued Ribs Dining, July 24

    A backyard grill can easily produce the spicy, smoky slabs that for many are barbecue’s ultimate prize.

  45. El menú de la pandemia T Magazine, July 23

    Como en la Edad Media, el placer corporal se ha convertido en una señal, si no de salud física, al menos de salud mental, tan importante para sobrevivir a la pandemia del coronavirus como lo fue para sobrevivir a la peste negra.

  46. Know Your Food Dining, July 22

    It’s affirming to cook for yourself. Try to do it as much as you can.

  47. Zooming In on Bill Buford’s Latest Obsession Dining, July 21

    The author spent more than a decade seeking the heart of French cuisine for his new book, “Dirt.” But in quarantine, he just wants to make the perfect chicken.

  48. Celebrate the Catskills in Your Kitchen Dining, July 20

    Regional ingredients are put to delicious use in this bright new farm-to-table cookbook.

  49. A Cinnamon Bun From Aquavit Dining, July 20

    These tempting sticky buns from the chef Emma Bengtsson are now available for takeout in Midtown Manhattan.

  50. Ranch Dressing, but Make It Greek Dining, July 20

    Williams Sonoma is selling the seasoning mix for Souvla’s popular “Granch,” a Greek yogurt ranch dressing.

  51. Marcella Hazan’s Tomato Sauce Trilogy Dining, July 20

    Subtle changes in method yield completely different results in these three simple and delicious tomato sauces from the cookbook author, who would have been 96 this year.

  52. What to Cook Right Now Dining, July 20

    Fix yourself a sandwich, whether it’s Melissa Clark’s garlicky interpretation, full of juicy tomatoes, or one of your own making.

  53. What to Cook This Week Dining, July 19

    Make a meal with what you have on hand, whether it’s chicken and rice soup, or a chickpea salad with herbs and scallions.

  54. A Portuguese Artist’s Chilled Tomato Soup T Style, July 17

    For a simple lunch or dinner, Vanessa Barragão often makes arjamolho, which is healthy, flavorful and perfect for summer.

  55. Overlooked No More: Nancy Green, the ‘Real Aunt Jemima’ Obits, July 17

    A nanny and cook, she played the part as the pancake flour company that employed her perpetuated a racial stereotype. She died 97 years ago in Chicago.

  56. Sheet-Pan Summer Dining, July 17

    Make cleanup all the easier on yourself with these recipes.

  57. What’s Better Than Caramelized Onions? Caramelized Peppers Dining, July 17

    Sweet peppers are cooked down with whole garlic cloves in this vegetable-rich pasta.

  58. What to Cook This Weekend Dining, July 17

    Samin Nosrat’s latest is a compound butter that’s perfect for slathering on corn.

  59. What We Eat During a Plague T Style, July 16

    Over the past months, Americans have embraced comfort food with a renewed fervor. But this isn’t the first time culinary habits have shifted during a pandemic.

  60. Hillary Gregg, Line Cook at Top-Shelf Restaurants, Dies at 73 Obits, July 16

    He was the Quilted Giraffe’s longtime “walking cookbook” and later cooked at another Manhattan restaurant, March. He died of Covid-19.

  61. These Creamy Tomatoes Are the Ideal Lunch for One Dining, July 15

    You won’t want to share this deeply savory dish, and you don’t have to.

  62. Your New Favorite Sandwich Dining, July 15

    The chef Brooks Headley’s crispy chicken-fried tofu sandwich is a riff on chicken-fried steak, and neither complicated nor difficult.

  63. Gardening Made Me Happier. It Will Work for You Too. Magazine, July 15

    Samin Nosrat turns to her vegetable plot for solace — and flavor. Her favorite is something many farmers throw away: fresh coriander seeds.

  64. New Seasoned Fonio Pilafs From Pierre Thiam Dining, July 13

    The chef, an ambassador for the West African grain, now sells preseasoned instant packs of gluten-free fonio.

  65. Bartering Child’s Dress for Food: Life in Lebanon’s Economic Crisis Foreign, July 12

    A TV chef abandons unaffordable beef. Blackouts make for sweltering summer nights. Changing money feels like a drug deal: The financial meltdown means daily pain and a blow to a country’s pride.

  66. Our Lives Happen in Restaurants Interactive, June 16

    Renowned writers remember some of their funniest, best, strangest and most memorable meals out.

  67. 12 Restaurants America Loves. With Recipes! Interactive, May 26

    We’re making food from our favorite restaurants at home.

  68. Enrique Olvera and His Culinary Heirs Have Changed How and What We Eat Interactive, April 13

    The influential chef has reconceived Mexican cuisine, both in his own country and beyond.

  69. How to Cook Beans Interactive, March 20

    This guide will tell you everything you need to know about preparing beans and some of their relatives in the legume family, including lentils and split peas, both on the stove and in the pressure- or slow-cooker.