With a smear of black refried beans and a drizzle of Legendary Orange Sauce (maybe the world’s most delicious salsa), these tacos are Halloween-ready and perfectly good made with typical headless shrimp. But if you want to freak a few squeamish friends out, buy shrimp with the heads on and fry up a few to [...]
The coming of colder days means it’s time for warming winter squash recipes. Here is one gourd-eous way to make them.
Few chefs epitomize New York City the way Gabrielle Hamilton does—talented, driven, full of in-your-face honesty. She’s a self-made Manhattan star, having worked her way from catering halls to being the owner and chef of the East Village restaurant Prune (a journey passionately remembered in her 2011 memoir, Blood, Bones & Butter). Although the fare [...]
The Barefoot Contessa’s ninth cookbook hits today, and now the food world can breath a collective sigh of relief. After all, she made us wait 728 days for this one. (Not that we were counting or anything.) The overview: For this book, the theme is all about pre-prep to make your life—during hectic workweeks, holidays [...]
This chicken with mushrooms dish relies on a classic French preparation: Dredge a thin cut of meat with flour, sauté it, add vegetables, and finish by making a pan sauce with wine and broth.
Barmbrack is a traditional Irish sweet cake associated with the festival Samhain or Hallowe’en (October 31st) and is often baked with a surprise ring inside.
Some of the country’s best culinary spots are most accessible on foot, from Manhattan’s bustling Lower East Side to the romantic eateries hugging Santa Fe’s plaza.