Sugar Rush author and pastry expert Johnny Iuzzini tackles reader questions just in time for the holidays. Get help with chocolate, pies, dough and more.
Know someone in need of a complete kitchen education? These essential new cookbooks are great for anyone eager to jump into the kitchen—oven mitts first.
Celebrate Hanukkah with these oven-baked latkes. Although baked, they’re made thin and cooked at a high temperature, which gives them a satisfying crunch.
Chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin, shortbread—get make-ahead versions of all your favorite cookie recipes. Prep and freeze these cookies in advance, then slice, bake, and serve come party-time.
Have yourself a merry little Christmas…pizza! Get the kids in the kitchen to help make this adorable tree-shaped pizza topped with mini pepperoni, mozzarella, and bell pepper stars.
Just in time for Hanukkah, here’s a cookbook to kvell over—a collection of authentic Jewish recipes from author Janna Gur.
What to make for that holiday party? This Martha Stewart cheesecake impresses with a spiced molasses crust and gingerbread men for decoration.