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Kitchen Storage and Organization Essentials That Keep Us Sane  

Here's our suggestions for equipment and tools to keep your kitchen and pantry organized. Read More

2017-11-17 13:00:00

For the Best Candied Yams, Make a Proper Syrup First  

Candied yams are a classic of the Southern table, but most recipes suffer from a fatal flaw: a sauce that breaks into sugar and grease in the oven. With a couple simple but critical adjustments, we can fix that, for yams that are silky, tender, and glazed in a syrupy lacquer. Read More

2017-11-17 10:30:00

Thanksgiving Cranberry Sauce Recipes  

No frills, no thrills: tart-sweet cranberry sauce done just right. Read More

2017-11-17 09:00:00

Ask Special Sauce: Kenji and Stella Troubleshoot Your Thanksgiving  

Ed Levine invites Stella Parks and J. Kenji López-Alt to answer Thanksgiving questions from readers. Read More

2017-11-17 07:45:00

Beet Gratin: A Colorful Centerpiece That Works as a Side  

A beet gratin with a crunchy pistachio crumble topping is just as perfect for an easy, comforting meal as it is for the holiday table. Read More

2017-11-16 13:00:00

16 Potato Recipes for Thanksgiving: Mashed, Roasted, Hasselback'd, and More  

16 potato recipes for your Thanksgiving table. Read More

2017-11-16 10:30:00

Thanksgiving Dessert Recipes and Techniques  

Foolproofed recipes for Thanksgiving's best pies, cakes, crumbles, and beyond. Read More

2017-11-16 09:00:00

How to Take Applesauce to the Next Level  

With a blend of sweet and tart apples, toasted sugar, and a splash of apple cider vinegar, applesauce can be classic and complex at the same time. Read More

2017-11-16 07:45:00

The Perfect Make-Ahead Thanksgiving Cocktail: Fig and Cinnamon Punch  

This warmly spiced make-ahead rum punch, adapted from bartender A. Minetta Gould of Ste. Ellie in Denver, balances the bitterness of black tea with the nutty sweetness of dried figs and rich-but refreshing Madeira. Read More

2017-11-15 13:00:00

Thanksgiving Sweet Potato and Squash Recipes  

Sweet potato and squash recipes to round out your spread. Read More

2017-11-15 12:00:00

16 Thanksgiving Pie Recipes, Because You Gotta Have Pie!  

To give you some ideas we've rounded up 16 of our favorite Thanksgiving pie recipes, from apple done two ways to chocolate cream to pecan—and don't worry, of course we didn't forget pumpkin. Read More

2017-11-15 10:30:00

Thanksgiving Brussels Sprout Recipes  

Tried-and-true recipes to convert any Brussels sprout skeptic into a full-fledged believer. Read More

2017-11-15 09:00:00

Meet Masabacha, the "Deconstructed Hummus" You Can Make Your Own  

Hummus masabacha is a popular variant of the Middle Eastern chickpea spread in which most or all of the chickpeas are left whole and tossed with the tahini sauce, instead of being pureed into it. There are endless variations on it, but at its heart, it's as easy as can be, and lots more interesting than your average hummus spread. Read More

2017-11-15 07:45:00

16 Thanksgiving Desserts That Aren't Pie  

There's nothing wrong with a classic, but pie is hardly the only way to end your Thanksgiving dinner. Here are 16 of our favorite alternative Thanksgiving dessert recipes if you feel like expanding your horizons. Read More

2017-11-14 15:00:00

A Guide to Winter Squash: How to Choose, Store, and Cook Your Gourds  

Our favorite winter squash and how to clean, cut, and cook them. Read More

2017-11-14 13:00:00

The Best Pumpkin Pie Is Squash Pie  

Believe it or not, some of the oldest recipes for pumpkin pie actually called for winter squash. This recipe gets back to that old-fashioned tradition with roasted butternut squash puree, and homemade sweetened condensed milk, too. Read More

2017-11-14 10:30:00

Thanksgiving Side Dish and Salad Recipes  

All the sides you need to round out your Thanksgiving spread, from casseroles to dinner rolls. Read More

2017-11-14 09:00:00

The Best Blenders Under $200  

We tested nine mid-priced models (between $100 and $275) to find ones that are capable across a range of common blender tasks: pureeing, emulsifying, and crushing ice. Read More

2017-11-14 07:45:00

Thanksgiving Soup Recipes  

Hearty, creamy soups to spread the warmth. Read More

2017-11-13 15:00:00

Thanksgiving Potato Recipes  

From mashed potatoes to roasted spuds, our favorite takes on the classic side. Read More

2017-11-13 12:00:00

For a Better Tater Tot Casserole, Start From Scratch  

This from-scratch version of tater tot casserole takes a little more time and effort, but it lets you ditch the cans for a fuller flavored, fresher twist on the family favorite. Read More

2017-11-13 10:30:00

Thanksgiving Bread Recipes  

Light and fluffy biscuits, cornbread, and rolls to sop it all up. Read More

2017-11-13 09:00:00

12 Brussels Sprout Recipes for Thanksgiving  

When cooked correctly, Brussels sprouts have a wonderfully sweet and nutty flavor. Read More

2017-11-13 07:45:00

Thanksgiving Stuffing Recipes  

Thanksgiving stuffing done right: refreshingly simple takes on the overwhelming crowd favorite. Read More

2017-11-12 12:00:00

Thanksgiving Turkey Recipes and Techniques  

Roasted, spatchcocked, and fried: foolproof techniques for a perfect turkey. Read More

2017-11-12 09:00:00

14 Sweet Potato Recipes for Thanksgiving That Are Just Sweet Enough  

Roasted, mashed, pie'd, even grilled—Thanksgiving sweet potatoes are good for so much more than casserole (though, yes, we've got a casserole, too). Here are 14 of our best recipes to showcase their versatility. Read More

2017-11-10 10:30:00

Special Sauce: Bill Yosses on President Obama's Love of Pie  

Ed Levine talks to former White House pastry chef Bill Yosses about his just-published book The Sweet Spot: Dialing Back Sugar and Amping Up Flavor. Read More

2017-11-10 07:45:00

The No-Stress Guide to Thanksgiving Wine  

How to pick the right red, white, and sparkling wines for your Thanksgiving dinner. Read More

2017-11-09 13:00:00

9 Thanksgiving Onion, Leek, and Shallot Recipes for Layers of Flavor  

We've got plenty of options for onion-centric sides—roasted cipollinis, braised leeks, Vidalia-studded mashed potatoes, and even creamed onions done right. Read More

2017-11-09 10:30:00

Apple Compote Is an Elegant Topping (and Delicious on Its Own)  

These tender cider-poached apples are delicate and light, perfect for dressing up your favorite holiday meals—whether breakfast or dessert. Read More

2017-11-09 07:45:00

Get the Instant Pot for $79.99 (and Meet the Serious Eats Commerce Team)  

Hello! Pleased to meet you. We're the Serious Eats Commerce Team, delivering you the latest and best deals on some of our favorite cookware and gadgets from around the internet. Don't confuse us with Serious Eats Editors, who put together our incredible, in-depth equipment reviews. While they're in the kitchen testing out the best Dutch ovens and food processors, we're right here on our computers, scouring the web to find ways to save you money and outfit your homes with th

2017-11-08 18:30:00

How to Roast Cauliflower and Romanesco  

As with other brassicas, high heat is what you're after in order to get the most flavor out of roasted cauliflower or romanesco. Here's a quick guide. Read More

2017-11-08 13:00:00

The Food Lab: The Truth About Brining Turkey  

These days, everybody and their grandmother has heard of brining, and more and more folks are doing it at home before Turkey Day. But it's not all pie and gravy. There are a few distinct and definite downsides to wet brining, and many folks are making the switch to dry brining (a.k.a. extended salting). The question is, which method works best? Read More

2017-11-08 11:00:00

Kimchi 101: It Ain't Just Cabbage  

As kimchi pops up in increasingly unlikely culinary contexts around the world, the misconception that it's a single pungent side dish has taken hold. To set you straight, here's a quick guide to some of the most common varieties and where to buy them. Read More

2017-11-08 10:30:00

16 Thanksgiving Bread, Roll, and Biscuit Recipes to Sop It All Up  

Bread is a vital part of the Thanksgiving meal—how else are you going to sop up every last drop of gravy on your plate? Read More

2017-11-08 07:45:00

Chaat Your Mouth: How to Make the South Asian Street Food at Home  

There are countless types of chaat, (the various street snacks found throughout South Asia) each varying from city to city and vendor to vendor. With one funky spice blend called chaat masala, you can make your own version or dive into a traditional recipe. Read More

2017-11-07 13:00:00

10 Thanksgiving Green Bean Recipes, No Cans Required  

Find out how to prepare green beans for Thanksgiving without opening up a can of soup. Read More

2017-11-07 10:30:00

Gingerbread Cake: Sweet, Spicy, and Big Enough for a Party  

With an array of aromatic spices, a generous splash of buttermilk, and a few swirls of cream cheese frosting, this cozy sheet cake is moist, flavorful, and easy to whip up for any holiday gathering. Read More

2017-11-07 07:45:00

A Cranberry and Scotch Cocktail Perfect for a Holiday Crowd  

As I went through the process of testing different versions of this easy batch-ahead Thanksgiving punch, which was created by Matthew McKinley Campbell of A Mano in San Francisco, everyone I served it to was a little mystified. Most couldn't quite put a finger on the whisky or the sherry in the mix. There was something malty and caramel-laced and a little nutty there, but it melded into the whole. Some sniffed out the tart cranberry and lemon, and one even acted

2017-11-06 16:00:00

The Best Hand (Immersion) Blenders  

We tested eight immersion blenders to find the ones that are champs at pureeing, blending, and crushing, yet still easy to use. Read More

2017-11-06 14:00:00

Make French Lentils Shine With Good Technique (and a Dash of Vinegar)  

With the right technique, simple, earthy lentils can shine bright with big flavor that's layered, complex, rich, luxurious, and bright. Read More

2017-11-06 12:00:00

15 Squash Recipes for a Brighter, Sweeter Thanksgiving  

It's not just about pumpkin pie! Here are our top 15 recipes for versatile, colorful winter squash to add to your Thanksgiving spread, including pumpkin and squash soups, risotto, roast squash, and a great vegetarian lasagna. Read More

2017-11-06 10:00:00

18 Essential Thanksgiving Tools  

Our favorite cookware and gadgets will make cooking Thanksgiving dinner a simple(r) affair. Read More

2017-11-03 13:00:00

15 Thanksgiving Salads to Brighten Up Your Meal  

We've rounded up 15 recipes worth saving room on your plate for, from broccoli with a basil-pistachio vinaigrette to roasted cipollini onions with cabbage and chicory to an updated take on 7-layer salad. Read More

2017-11-03 10:30:00

Special Sauce: David Tanis on Chez Panisse and Writing Cookbooks  

This week's Special Sauce guest is David Tanis, one of the best and most thoughtful chefs and cookbook writers working today. Read More

2017-11-03 07:45:00

15 Thanksgiving Cocktails Because 1 Is Never Enough  

Whatever kind of cocktail you and your family are looking for this Thanksgiving, we've got plenty of festive recipes to choose from—popcorn-flavored spiked cider, woodsy gin punch, a wintery French 75 variation, and more. Read More

2017-11-02 16:00:00

The Best Cast Iron Dutch Ovens  

We tested 12 enameled cast iron Dutch ovens with capacities between five and six quarts (the size we find best suited to most homes), ranging from $45 to $330. Our goal: to find ones that perform well, are durable, and are comfortable to lift and carry. Read More

2017-11-02 07:45:00

Egg-in-a-Hole for You and Your Spawn  

Teeny-tiny portions of food are about as cute as baby teeth are sharp (that is to say, very). This egg and toast dish is probably the cutest breakfast you can make, and it'll feed a baby and a parent with just one slice of toast. Read More

2017-11-01 13:00:00

How to Roast Mushrooms  

A properly roasted mushroom is meaty, intense, and deeply flavored. We get there using moderate oven heat and a two-stage roasting process. Read More

2017-11-01 10:30:00

15 Thanksgiving Appetizers and Snacks for Maximum Overeating  

If you're on board to spending all of Turkey Day eating, check out 15 of our favorite Thanksgiving snacks and appetizers, like chicken liver pâte, roasted pumpkin seeds, and cheesy butternut squash dip. Read More

2017-11-01 07:45:00

Ants on a Bog: Celery Soup With Peanut and Grape  

In the childhood snack called ants on a log, celery lightens up rich peanut butter and chewy raisins with its vegetal crunch. In this soup, affectionately named "ants on a bog," creamy celery puree is lightened by tart pickled grapes and an assertive peanut crumble. Read More

2017-10-31 13:00:00

28 Unitaskers That Belong in Your Kitchen  

There are dumb unitaskers—tools designed to do only one job—and then there are the truly useful ones. The ones that perform a function that no multitasker can, or that save you time on mundane activities on a daily basis. These are our favorites. Read More

2017-10-30 13:00:00

Pumpkin Spice Cake, the Perfect Holiday Dessert (Sorry, Pie)  

This recipe is #TeamCake's answer to pumpkin pie: a fluffy spice cake made with loads of pumpkin puree, then smothered in cream cheese frosting. Read More

2017-10-30 07:45:00

The Food Lab's Reading List, Day 20: Hungry Monkey  

An easy, fun, and hilarious read on raising adventurous eaters, even for folks who don't have children. Read More

2017-10-27 16:30:00

Special Sauce: Jacques Torres Explains the Chocolate Color Wheel  

Jacques Torres gives a simple, succinct, and comprehensive explanation of the bean-to-bar chocolate process, and explains how his chocolate obsession has led him to buy 5,000 trees on a coffee plantation in Central America. Read More

2017-10-27 07:45:00

The Food Lab's Reading List, Day 19: The Apprentice  

Before Jacques Pepin was a master chef, he was The Apprentice. His memoir tells the story of how he became one of the world's great teachers. Read More

2017-10-26 16:00:00

23 Halloween Treats: Spooky, Scary, Savory, and Sweet  

We've collected 22 of our favorite savory and sweet Halloween recipes. Read More

2017-10-26 13:00:00

The Best Kitchen Scales  

We tested 13 kitchen scales to find ones that are accurate and easy to use, with the best interfaces. Read More

2017-10-26 10:30:00

The Food Lab's Reading List, Day 18: Mark Kurlansky's Cod  

Mark Kurlansky's Cod is part history, part biography (fishy biography, that is), part ecological allegory, part cookbook, and all-around great storytelling. Read More

2017-10-25 15:00:00

The Food Lab's Reading List, Day 17: Hot, Sour, Salty, Sweet  

A beautifully photographed primer to the foods and culture of Southeast Asia. Read More

2017-10-24 15:30:00

Carciofi alla Romana: The Other Delicious Roman Artichoke Dish  

Carciofi alla romana is one of Italy's most famous artichoke recipes. It's made with little more than olive oil, wine, garlic, and herbs, but the result is gently cooked, supremely tender artichoke hearts in a fragrant bath of their own cooking juices. Read More

2017-10-24 10:30:00

Special Sauce With Chris Kimball, Redux: The (Almost) Full Transcript  

The abridged full transcript of our Special Sauce interview with the hyper-articulate, surprising, and provocative Chris Kimball. Read More

2017-10-24 07:45:00

The Food Lab's Reading List, Day 16: Land of Plenty  

Fuchsia Dunlop's first cookbook, Land of Plenty, was the first comprehensive English-language book on Sichuan cookery. This is a big deal. Read More

2017-10-23 15:00:00

19 French Recipes for When You're Feeling Fancy  

There are few surer ways to impress dinner party guests than bringing out a pot of boeuf bourguignon or a tray of meringues. Read More

2017-10-23 13:00:00

Japanese Black Sesame Ice Cream Is Sweet Oblivion for Your Dark Soul  

If you like peanut butter ice cream, you'll love the nutty richness of Japanese-style black sesame ice cream. Read More

2017-10-23 10:30:00

The Best Liquid Measuring Cups  

We tested 24 measuring cups to find ones that are accurate, with durable gradations that are easy to read. Read More

2017-10-23 07:45:00

The Food Lab's Reading List, Days 14 and 15: What Einstein Told His Cook, Volumes 1 and 2  

If you're on the fence about the usefulness of food science, or about how fun and interesting it can be, Robert Wolke's pair of books is a good first stop. Read More

2017-10-20 14:30:00

Obsessed: Baking With an Artist's Palate  

Katherine Cheng-Franke's pastry creations have a remarkable, formal beauty: clean lines and machine-like regularity, with a stunning color palette. Read More

2017-10-20 10:30:00

Special Sauce: Jacques Torres on Becoming Mr. Chocolate  

Jacques Torres knows more than a few things about chocolate. Read More

2017-10-20 07:45:00

The Food Lab's Reading List, Day 13: Authentic Mexican  

Perhaps no other chef has been accused of cultural appropriation as fiercely or as frequently as Rick Bayless, but I'd rather live a life bereft of guacamole than give up my copy of Authentic Mexican. Read More

2017-10-19 13:00:00

24 Quick Soup Recipes for Fast Fall Meals  

We have plenty of recipes that come together in an hour or less for times when you need a satisfying soup and can't wait all day. Read More

2017-10-19 10:30:00

How to Make a Show-Stopping Carrot Cake  

Brown butter makes this carrot cake as moist and rich as those made from oil, but with a rich and nutty flavor that's perfect for fall. It's a special, show-stopping cake tailor-made for birthday parties and holiday gatherings. Read More

2017-10-19 07:45:00

Shrimp Rolls Bring the Seafood Shack Home  

Shrimp rolls are the easier, quicker, more home-cook-friendly alternative to a classic New England lobster roll. The key is to cook the shrimp just right with our foolproof poaching method. Read More

2017-10-18 13:00:00

How to Roast Brussels Sprouts and Broccoli  

Both Brussels sprouts and broccoli benefit from extremely high heat and browning, to the point of a near-char, in order to intensify their sweetness and bring out their unique nutty flavor without turning them overwhelmingly sulfurous. Read More

2017-10-18 10:30:00

The Best Tools for Homemade Fresh Pasta  

From rolling pins to ravioli cutters, here's everything you need to make the best fresh pasta at home. Read More

2017-10-18 07:45:00

The Best Food Processors  

We chopped, mixed, pureed, and ground our way through 11 food processors to find ones that work well, are easy to use, and are worth dragging out of storage. Read More

2017-10-17 13:00:00

The Food Lab's Reading List, Day 12: Washoku, Recipes From the Japanese Home Kitchen  

If all you know of Japanese cuisine is sushi, ramen, and teriyaki, there's no better way to find out the kinds of things Japanese people really eat at home than Washoku. Read More

2017-10-17 10:30:00

Coconut Oil: A Versatile Fat That's More Than a Passing Fad  

As a solid fat with a melting point below body temperature and a totally neutral flavor, refined coconut oil is my secret weapon when it comes to improving the richness and shelf life of baked goods. Read More

2017-10-17 07:45:00

The Food Lab's Reading List, Day 11: Larousse Gastronomique  

The big, fat, 1,300 page encyclopedia of French culinary terms that every serious cook should own. Read More

2017-10-16 17:00:00

24 Egg Breakfast Recipes to Start Your Day  

Become a master of eggs all ways with our basic recipes for fried, poached, scrambled, and boiled eggs. Then put your skills to work with breakfast dishes like chilaquiles verdes, shakshuka, classic eggs Benedict, and French omelettes. Read More

2017-10-16 07:45:00

The Food Lab's Reading List, Day 10: The River Cottage Cookbook  

The River Cottage Cookbook is an accessible, decidedly un-snobby approach to sustainable eating that's bound to inspire avid cooks and gardeners. Read More

2017-10-13 13:00:00

23 Japanese Recipes That Cost Less Than a Ticket to Tokyo  

Whether you're getting ready to cook Japanese food for the very first time, or just want to expand your repertoire, this selection of recipes touches on some of our favorite preparations, from ramen to tempura to teriyaki and beyond. Read More

2017-10-13 10:30:00

Special Sauce: Chris Kimball on the Grateful Dead and Life After ATK  

Former host of America's Test Kitchen Chris Kimball opens up on the new approach he's taking with Milk Street, and confesses his enduring love for the humor of Abraham Lincoln. Read More

2017-10-13 07:45:00

Ikura Don: The Rice Bowl That Makes Every Night Caviar Night  

Ikura don is a Japanese rice bowl topped with brilliant orange pearls of salmon roe. For this easy recipe, we quickly marinate the already-cured roe in soy sauce and other seasonings to infuse it with more flavor, then load it onto freshly cooked rice. Read More

2017-10-12 15:00:00

The Food Lab's Reading List, Day 9: Down and Out in Paris and London  

George Orwell's first, autobiographical book is required reading for anyone who wants to know what being truly destitute means, as well as a remarkable look at what restaurants were like in the early 20th century. Read More

2017-10-12 13:00:00

The Best Wooden Spoon  

One of the most fundamental tools for stirring, scraping, and tasting your way to perfectly cooked meals. Read More

2017-10-12 10:30:00

How to Make Your Own Speculoos Cookie Butter  

Whether you start with homemade speculoos or a package of Biscoff, this creamy Belgian-style dessert spread is cheap and easy to make at home. Read More

2017-10-12 07:45:00

The Food Lab's Reading List, Day 8: Cook's Illustrated's The New Best Recipe  

The New Best Recipe, a collection of meticulously tested recipes and the testing behind them from Cook's Illustrated and America's Test Kitchen, was unlike any recipe book I'd ever seen, and it led me to the most important part of my career. Read More

2017-10-11 16:00:00

The Serious Eats Guide to Vinegar  

What does good vinegar look like? How can you recognize quality? And what's the best way to use a particular type of vinegar? A guide to the most common varieties of vinegar on the market, with cues to help you identify the best ones. Read More

2017-10-11 13:00:00

How to Roast Small Onions and Shallots  

The best way to serve cipollini onions: cooked in butter on the stovetop, then roasted in the oven. Read More

2017-10-11 10:30:00

Staff Picks: Our Favorite Fictional Foods  

The Serious Eats staff wax nostalgic about our favorite food memories from books and movies. Read More

2017-10-11 07:45:00

15 Bourbon Drink Recipes to Warm the Soul  

Sweet, oaky, and relatively mild, bourbon is at home in all sorts of cocktails. Here are 15 recipes to keep you drinking and loving bourbon right through spring. Read More

2017-10-10 14:00:00

The Food Lab's Reading List, Day 7: The Joyce Chen Cook Book  

Joyce Chen was one of the first people to introduce Northern Chinese food to the United States. This is the book that let her diners bring her pioneering meals home. Read More

2017-10-10 10:30:00

How to Make a Pear Galette With Better Pear Flavor  

Slice up some fresh pears for a crisp and flaky galette that's gently seasoned with cardamom and vanilla—perfect whether you're eating it out of hand or à la mode. Read More

2017-10-10 07:45:00

The Food Lab's Reading List, Day 6: Jacques Pépin's Complete Techniques  

Jacques Pepin is a true master. Not only does this book explain how and why you should be doing something a certain way, but he does it with full step-by-step photographs. Read More

2017-10-09 13:00:00

Utility Knives: The Non-Kitchen Blades Your Kitchen Needs  

Of all the knives out there, one of the most useful in the kitchen isn't a kitchen knife at all: For opening food packaging, finely dicing an apple, or slicing basil into perfect threads, a utility knife is what you need. A fresh edge is always just one snap away. Read More

2017-10-09 10:30:00

The Food Lab's Reading List, Day 5: How to Read a French Fry  

Parsons's book doesn't try to be everything to everyone, and it doesn't pretend to be an encyclopedia of food science. Instead, it's a well-curated package of only the most useful and interesting scientific tidbits, with a straightforward, "just the facts, ma'am" approach. Read More

2017-10-06 13:30:00

BraveTart: I Heard You Like Cookies, so I Put Oreos in Your Cookies  

All the flavor and crunch you'd find in a scoop of cookies 'n' cream ice cream, but in soft and chewy cookie form. Read More

2017-10-06 10:30:00

Special Sauce: Chris Kimball on the Joy of Arguments and the Future of Food Media  

If you're interested at all in food media you're going to love my Special Sauce conversation with Milk Street Kitchen founder and seminal food publishing guru Chris Kimball. Chris is insanely smart, incredibly provocative, and very good company if you like your company opinionated, outspoken, and a little bit prickly. Read More

2017-10-06 07:45:00

The Food Lab's Reading List, Day 4: The Man Who Ate Everything  

The real lesson I learned from Jeffrey Steingarten's The Man Who Ate Everything: Having a good recipe with detailed testing is not enough. In order to get those lessons to really stick, a good cooking article needs to be a good story first. Read More

2017-10-05 10:30:00

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