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Serious Eats: A Food Blog and Community

Serious Eats is a food blog focused on sharing food enthusiasm through online conversation, multiple blogs, and video. Our combination of community and content brings together compelling original and acquired food video and spirited, inclusive discussion about all things food-related.



Basque in the Glory of Grilled Whole Turbot  

How to grill whole turbot, Basque-style. Read More

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2019-09-18 13:00:53



A Guide to Salt, the World's Most Popular Food  

Everything you need to know about the vast and varied world of edible salt, including the differences between all the types of salt you'll see on the market. Read More

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2019-09-18 10:30:01



22 Rosh Hashanah Desserts to Guarantee a Sweet New Year  

Our 22 favorite desserts, both parve and non-parve, to make and enjoy on Rosh Hashanah. Read More

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2019-09-18 07:45:52



Get Your Tentacles on Some Octopus and Cook It Perfectly at Home  

People have a lot of anxiety about being able to cook octopus until it's sufficiently tender, but this anxiety is misplaced. There's no need for tricks, you just have to cook it long enough. How long depends on the method you're using. Here we explore a variety of methods, including sous vide, pressure cooker, and stovetop. Read More

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2019-09-17 13:00:44



24 Savory Rosh Hashanah Recipes, Because It Ain't All Apples and Honey  

24 savory Rosh Hashanah recipes to fill your holiday table. Read More

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2019-09-17 10:30:40



The Best Breweries in Portland, Oregon  

In a city justifiably famous for its beer scene, these are the Portland breweries that are most consistently excellent, innovative, and widely beloved. Read More

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2019-09-16 13:00:41



"Oh, @%#^": Our Most Embarrassing Kitchen Fails  

Every one of us, pro and amateur cook alike, knows the pit-of-the-stomach horror that comes with talking up an elaborate meal only to have it blacken to a crisp under an unattended broiler, or dropping a lovingly constructed birthday cake all over the floor. Here are a few episodes from our individual cooking histories that we'd rather forget, if only our friends and family (and coworkers) would let us. Read More

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2019-09-16 10:30:33



Your Friday Moment of Zen  

Every other day of the week can suck an egg! Read More

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2019-09-13 13:00:45



Elotes + XO = XOtes  

For a super-savory variation on classic Mexican elotes, simply stir some XO into the creamy mayonnaise mix. Read More

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2019-09-13 10:30:09



Special Sauce: Tom Roston on the Untold Stories of Windows on the World  

Author Tom Roston speaks to Ed about his recent book, The Most Spectacular Restaurant in the World, a history of the Windows on the World restaurant at the World Trade Center. Read More

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2019-09-13 07:45:54



The Food Lab Video Series, For You, For Free  

We answer the question, what would a Food Lab video series look like? Read More

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2019-09-12 13:00:46



23 Fresh Fennel Recipes That Everyone Will Love  

Roasted fennel-spiced chicken, bright fennel salads, rich pastas, and more fennel recipes to celebrate the delicious, versatile bulb. Read More

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2019-09-12 10:30:02



Where to Eat and Drink In Portland, Oregon: A Local's Guide  

A Portland food writer's list of the restaurants, cafes, bars, and frozen yogurt parlors you won't want to miss when you visit the Rose City. Read More

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2019-09-11 13:00:19



For Ramen Geeks Only: How to Make Low-Hydration Noodles at Home  

Making low-hydration alkaline ramen noodles can be difficult without a professional's noodle machine at your disposal, but with a little patience, you can master it. Read More

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2019-09-11 10:30:08



Stuff Your Face With Roman Rice-Stuffed Tomatoes  

Do as the Romans and stuff tomatoes with rice, then roast them with potatoes for a light, vegan meal. Read More

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2019-09-10 13:00:53



A Lactation Cookie Only a Mother Can Love  

With a different name, these malted oatmeal cookies loaded with nuts, chocolate chips, and spices could be anyone's new favorite thing. Is the term "lactation cookie" just a genius bit of branding that ensures nursing moms needn't worry about other people's sticky fingers ending up on their cookie stash? Read More

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2019-09-10 10:30:03



21 Easy Cake Recipes That Are a Piece of...  

21 easy cake recipes to make them a more regular part of your life. Read More

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2019-09-10 07:45:09



This Creamy Uni Pasta Is the Carbonara of the Sea  

This rich, briny sea urchin pasta uses pureed sea urchins to create a creamy texture that coats the noodles—closer to pasta carbonara than aglio e olio. Read More

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2019-09-09 13:00:09



Your Friday Moment of Zen  

It's the end of the week. Yay, Friday! Boo, Monday! Take a moment for yourself. Read More

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2019-09-06 15:00:23



The Best Imitation-Meat Burgers (Including the Impossible, and Beyond)  

Plant-based burgers that mimic meat, right down to their "bloody" nature, are all the rage these days. But which one tastes best? Here are the results of our taste test of meat-replacement burgers, including the Impossible burger, Beyond Burger, and more. Read More

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2019-09-06 13:00:05



9 Delicious Reasons to Stock Your Pantry With Malted Milk Powder  

These nine recipes celebrate the nutty, rich flavor that malted milk powder contributes to some of our favorite desserts. Read More

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2019-09-06 10:30:23



The Secret to a Better Burst-Tomato Pasta: XO Sauce  

This quick and easy pasta dish bursts with flavor, thanks to bright, juicy cherry tomatoes and rich, savory XO sauce. Read More

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2019-09-05 13:00:48



Seven-Minute Frosting: The Fluff of Legend  

When time is of the essence, this fast and simple combination of little more than egg whites and sugar is one of the easiest frostings around. Read More

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2019-09-05 10:30:53



The Best Universal Wine Glasses  

Most of us don't have the space or the budget to justify separate sets of wine glasses for red and white, let alone glasses dedicated to specific varietals. We set out to find a set of universal wine glasses that would do justice to red, white, and sparkling wines, without breaking the bank or hogging all our cabinet space. Read More

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2019-09-04 13:00:25



All Praise the St. Louis Bagel and Its Infinite Potential  

The infamous, vertically sliced St. Louis bagel is not an abomination—it's a brand-new playing field for a brand-freaking-new game. Read More

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2019-09-03 13:00:01



10 Better-From-Scratch Chinese-Takeout Favorites  

Enjoy better kung pao chicken, General Tso's, fried rice, and more Chinese-takeout classics, any time you want. Read More

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2019-09-03 07:45:47



Your Friday Moment of Zen  

You made it. Now for a deep breath. Read More

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2019-08-30 13:00:17



A Chefs' Guide to Eating Out in Chicago  

Six of Chicago's top chefs weigh in on where to eat and drink in the Windy City. Read More

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2019-08-30 10:30:28



Special Sauce: Soleil Ho on Representation in Food Media  

Ed Levine talks to San Francisco Chronicle restaurant critic Soleil Ho about the importance of language in food writing in this episode of Special Sauce. Read More

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2019-08-30 07:45:50



The Best Supermarket Black Bean Burgers  

Black bean burgers have proven over the years to be an incredibly popular option for those who choose to avoid burgers of the steer variety, and it seems that every plant-based-burger purveyor has at least one black bean product to offer consumers. We put seven of the most popular store-bought black bean burgers to a taste test to find which reigns supreme. Read More

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2019-08-29 13:00:24



You Say Tomato, I Say Tonnato: Two Takes on Tomato Salad  

Two gorgeous, no-cook summer tomato salads that come together in 15 minutes. You're not dreaming; this is real life. Read More

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2019-08-28 10:30:18



Level Up Your Ice Cream by Leveling Your Cake  

The next time you trim off the dome of a cake, stash those scraps in the freezer to use as a mix-in for your next batch of ice cream. Try blackberry cake scraps in lemon ice cream, or devil's food cake mixed into fior di latte gelato. It's all the flavor of cake a la mode, packed into a single scoop. Read More

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2019-08-28 07:45:15



Resetting the Table: An Aquaponic Farm Rooted in Community  

Elazar and the camera crew head to Bushwick, New York to meet the woman behind New York City's largest outdoor aquaponic farm. Read More

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2019-08-27 13:00:39



Our Updated, Not-So-Secret List of "Banned" Words  

The words that just don't sit right with us—and now, for the first time, why. Read More

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2019-08-27 10:30:27



The Best Deep-Dish Pizza in Chicago  

Love it or hate it, deep dish pizza is a Chicago fixture. Here's where to find the best. Read More

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2019-08-26 13:00:26



Your Friday Moment of Zen  

TGIF. Read More

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2019-08-23 15:00:41



What to Make With Campari: 21 Cocktails Everyone Should Know  

Of all the liqueurs in our collection, bitter, herbal, and fruity Campari is one of the bottles we reach for most often. And as much as we love a classic Negroni, that's hardly the only drink it shines in. Here are 21 recipes for Campari cocktails, from the traditional to the out-there. Read More

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2019-08-23 13:00:22



Triple-Pistachio Breakfast Buns, the Make-Ahead Breakfast of Your Dreams  

With homemade pistachio paste incorporated into the dough, filling, and frosting, these nutty breakfast buns are loaded with pistachio flavor in every bite. Read More

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2019-08-23 10:30:09



Special Sauce: Soleil Ho on Her Journey From Quantum Physics to Racist Sandwich  

San Francisco Chronicle restaurant critic Soleil Ho joins Ed Levine on this week's episode of the Special Sauce Podcast. Read More

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2019-08-23 07:45:34



An Introduction to Korean Barbecue  

A guide to the components of a Korean-barbecue feast, from meats to banchan to drinks, whether you're creating one at home or ordering one out. Read More

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2019-08-22 13:00:03



For the Best Pistachio Ice Cream, Toast the Nuts and Ditch the Paste  

From blanching, peeling, and toasting the pistachios to an overnight infusion with milk and cream, this recipe is a labor of love. But for those who want to make pistachio ice cream from fresh, whole pistachios (not paste!) the results are well worth it, producing a pistachio ice cream that's rich, creamy, and aromatic. Read More

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2019-08-22 10:30:59



The Best Supermarket Veggie Burgers  

There are too many veggie burgers out there for any single meatless-burger fan to try without devoting an inordinate amount of time and effort to discovering which un-meat burger reigns supreme. So we decided to eat as many of them as we could, and offer our recommendations. Here are the results from our taste test of the first category: vegetable-based, or "garden-style," veggie burgers. Read More

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2019-08-22 07:45:28



Think a French Omelette Is Hard? Try Tamagoyaki  

There's an art to making tamagoyaki, the Japanese rolled omelette. To improve our skills, we turned to master sushi chef Daisuke Nakazawa for a lesson in the basic home-style method. Read More

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2019-08-21 13:00:49



21 Chicken Thigh Recipes, Because Dark Meat Is the Best Meat  

Despite being more flavorful and versatile, chicken thighs remain far behind breast meat in popularity, at least within the US. If you're still unconvinced of their glory, here are 21 recipes, from one-pan braises to Bengali rice porridge and grilled paella, to change that. Read More

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2019-08-21 10:30:50



Take It All Off: Are Corn Strippers Worth It?  

Do corn strippers and corn zippers actually work? We put a selection to the test. Read More

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2019-08-20 13:00:42



We Cooked Steaks Coated in Peanut Butter Sous Vide So You Don't Have To  

Can coating steaks in peanut butter and cooking them sous vide produce the most tender steak you've ever eaten in your life? We tested it out! Read More

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2019-08-19 13:00:48



This Icy Korean Cucumber Soup Is Just What Your Summer Needs  

When the humid heat of a Korean summer wilts clothes on damp bodies, this icy, deeply savory cucumber soup hydrates, cools, and refreshes. Made from a small handful of ingredients, it's so easy, the cook won't even break a sweat. Read More

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2019-08-19 10:30:23



Your Friday Moment of Zen  

Deep breath. Read More

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2019-08-16 15:00:50



Beyond Vanilla: Extracts, Oils, and Waters That Can Improve Your Baking  

Inventing a recipe from the ground up is hard work, but doctoring a family favorite is easy. With a few drops of pure extracts, essential oils, and floral waters, you can breathe new life into old desserts, without having to worry about altering their chemistry. Read More

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2019-08-16 13:00:41



Special Sauce: Matt Rodbard and Max Falkowitz on What's Next in Food Media  

Part two of Ed Levine's conversation with Max Falkowitz and Matt Rodbard, focusing on food media's past and present. Read More

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2019-08-16 07:45:45



A Simple Summer Picnic Menu  

A celebratory menu for a perfect late-summer picnic. Read More

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2019-08-16 07:45:08



The Fastest Way to Chill a Bottle of Wine  

If you think time moves slowly when you're waiting for water to boil, try counting the minutes until your bottle of white wine chills to the proper serving temperature in your refrigerator, or even the freezer. We tested nine methods for cooling wine down to see which was the quickest, eventually landing on one that will chill your bottle in just five minutes. Read More

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2019-08-15 13:00:44



Keep Brown Sugar Soft in One Easy Step  

Forget marshmallows, bread, specialized terra-cotta disks, and all the other tricks that supposedly keep brown sugar from becoming a rock. A common piece of kitchen equipment, one that you likely already own, will do the job all by itself. Read More

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2019-08-15 10:30:59



This Pork Is Fire (Meat): How to Make Daeji Bulgogi  

Gochujang and charcoal bring the fire for this Korean barbecue pork. Read More

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2019-08-14 13:00:14



For This Mocha Icebox Cake, You're Gonna Need a Bigger Cookie  

This creamy refrigerator cake starts with homemade chocolate chip cookies rather than store-bought, and a whipped mascarpone filling spiked with high-fat Dutch cocoa and instant espresso. The combination of mascarpone and coffee gives it a tiramisu-like vibe that's hard to resist. Read More

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2019-08-14 10:30:27



Serious Eats Through the Years: Our Early Days, in Photos  

A photographic trip down Serious Eats memory lane, from 2007 to 2015. Read More

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2019-08-14 07:45:25



Get to Know Soursop (a.k.a. Guanábana or Graviola)  

Everything you need to know about the ungainly but delicious soursop: where to find it, how to choose it, and how to use it. Read More

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2019-08-13 13:00:30



A Chefs' Guide to Eating Out in New York City  

Three of New York's top female chefs—Alex Raij, Alex Guarnaschelli, and Esther Choi—weigh in on where to eat and drink in the city that never sleeps. Read More

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2019-08-12 13:00:35



How to Grill Salmon Fillets  

The key to grilled salmon fillets is to take advantage of the skin to achieve perfectly cooked fish. The skin is best well browned and crispy, and it also acts as an insulator, protecting the flesh from exposure to too much high heat. Read More

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2019-08-12 10:30:46



10 Sweet and Tangy Buttermilk Dessert Recipes  

Our 10 favorite sweet recipes to prove your bottle of buttermilk is good for much more than fried chicken. Read More

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2019-08-12 07:45:44



Your Friday Moment of Zen  

You made it. Now for a deep breath. Read More

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2019-08-09 13:00:19



The Nerds With Knives Wrote a Cookbook!  

Nine recipes to celebrate the release of Cork and Knife, Emily and Matt Clifton's flavor-packed new cookbook. Read More

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2019-08-09 10:30:22



Special Sauce: Matt Rodbard and Max Falkowitz on Becoming Food Writers  

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2019-08-09 07:45:28



Anything is Possible When You Mix and Match Ice Creams and Swirls  

There's no need to re-invent the wheel when creating new ice cream flavors. Just lean on the recipes you already know and love, and combine them in new ways. From homemade fruit syrups to DIY Nutella and made-from-scratch caramel sauce, there's no shortage of delicious ingredients to ripple into freshly churned ice cream (or no-churn ice cream, for that matter). Read More

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2019-08-08 13:00:31



10 Recipes That Highlight the Versatility of Ricotta  

Creamy, delicate ricotta is a multitasker in the kitchen to help balance strong flavors. It can also make filling for just about anything. Read More

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2019-08-08 10:30:22



How to Make Ice Cream Cones From Scratch  

It takes a special piece of gear to make real-deal ice cream cones, but for ice cream enthusiasts a waffle cone machine a more than worthy investment. We've tested many models to find the best one, and have the perfect recipe to use in it. Read More

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2019-08-07 13:00:23



Bring Korean Barbecue Home With Salty-Sweet Beef Galbi  

These cross-cut beef short ribs are one of the iconic dishes of Korean-style barbecue. Read More

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2019-08-07 10:30:02



How to Grill Tuna Steaks  

Grilling tuna is all about high heat: You want to get a good sear on both sides, then take the fish off the grill as quickly as possible to avoid overcooking the center. Read More

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2019-08-06 10:30:37



The Condiments We Put on Everything  

From garlicky homemade toum to the be-all, end-all of ketchup, these are the condiments we hope we never find ourselves without. Read More

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2019-08-06 07:45:12



Where to Eat and Drink in Chicago: A Local's Guide  

Whether you're a visitor to Chicago or a lifelong resident, these are the restaurants and bars that can't be missed. Read More

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2019-08-05 13:00:31



For This Gorgeous Pistachio Cherry Tart, It Pays to Frangi-plan Ahead  

Put homemade pistachio paste to good use in this fragrant and nutty cherry frangipane tart. Read More

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2019-08-02 13:00:29



The Best Steak Knives  

A great steak knife must be judged for its form and function. We tested a dozen knives to find the best ones available. Read More

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2019-08-02 10:30:57



Special Sauce: Lazarus Lynch on Writing Son of a Southern Chef  

Part 2 of Ed Levine's conversation with Lazarus Lynch. Read More

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2019-08-02 07:45:11



Sweet, Memory: On the Subtle Magic of the Cookie Jar  

The heyday of cookie jars may have passed, but as long as there are kids, and, frankly, people who used to be kids, cookie-jar mentality will never die. Read More

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2019-08-01 10:30:50



20 Grilled-Steak Recipes to Conquer Summer  

From tips on how to grill the best steaks of any kind to recipes for mixing it up on the grill, here are 20 grilled-steak recipes to answer the question "Where's the beef?" (Here. It's right here.) Read More

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2019-08-01 07:45:52



How to Make No-Waste, No-Fuss, No-Cook (No-Poison!) Cherry Pit Syrup  

To most folks, cherry pits are an annoyance with no value of their own, but that needn't be so. This easy no-cook syrup is based on whole cherry pits (not their inner kernels!), so it's simple and safe to prepare. Read More

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2019-07-31 10:30:18



How to Grill Swordfish Steaks  

Grilled swordfish steak should be nicely seared on the outside and perfectly juicy within. These steps will ensure you get it right every time. Read More

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2019-07-30 13:00:05



What to Pack for Your Vacation-Rental Kitchen  

Vacation-rental kitchens are rarely equipped with the tools and ingredients you need to make a tasty meal away from home. Here's what to pack for an Airbnb or other rental, so you're not stuck chopping with a dull steak knife. Read More

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2019-07-29 13:00:31



21 Quick Grilling Recipes for Summer Weeknights  

There's certainly a time and a place for low-and-slow grilling, but real pulled pork and Texas-style barbecued brisket are the kinds of dishes most of us have time for only on the weekends. When you want the flame-kissed flavor of the grill on a weeknight schedule, these quick grilling recipes are the answer. Read More

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2019-07-29 07:45:25



Where to Eat and Drink in Queens: A Local's Guide  

A lifelong local's list of the restaurants, markets, and vendors you won't want to miss when you visit NYC's most diverse borough, and possibly its most delicious. Read More

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2019-07-26 14:00:17



Meet the Towering, Insanely Creamy New York–Style Cheesecake of Your Dreams  

This ultra tall cheesecake tastes great no matter how you bake it, but is most impressive when made in an eight- by four-inch deep pan. Read More

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2019-07-26 12:00:47



For the Most Jaw-Dropping, Stupid-Tall Cheesecakes, You'll Need This Pan  

A cheesecake pan designed according to Stella Parks's specifications, specifically for a towering New York-style cheesecake. Read More

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2019-07-26 10:00:19



Special Sauce: Lazarus Lynch on Cooking on Camera and Being Okay With Who You Are  

Cookbook author and social media star Lazarus Lynch talks with Ed about his childhood and how he convinced his college friends to help with his first cooking show. Read More

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2019-07-26 07:45:01



Fire Up the Grill for a Backyard Paella Party  

One of Spain's most iconic dishes, a large paella for a crowd can be difficult to make at home. The solution is to cook it on the grill instead. Here's how to do it right. Read More

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2019-07-25 13:00:08



Look Inside Serious Eater: The Full Prologue  

When Serious Eats founder and overlord Ed Levine first told me that he was planning to write a memoir about the birth of the site, I knew it was going to be a riveting read. And sure enough, Serious Eater: A Food Lover's Perilous Quest for Pizza and Redemption is a captivating account of the determination and sheer grit it took to turn Serious Eats from a kernel of an idea into a destination for millions of food-obsessed readers around the world. Read Mo

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2019-07-25 10:30:27



16 Chilled Soups to Make the Most of Summer Produce  

From classic and not-so-classic gazpachos to corn chowder and Korean noodle soup, we've rounded up 16 of our favorite chilled-soup recipes, perfect for the hottest days of summer. Read More

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2019-07-25 07:45:02



Grilled Lamb Arrosticini: A Study in Grilled Skewer Simplicity  

If you love grilled lamb, do as the Abruzzesi, and cut out all other flavor distractions with these arrosticini skewers. Read More

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2019-07-24 10:30:05



Fried Chicken for a Cause: The Best of #BetterThanChickFilA  

The exciting results of the #BetterThanChickFilA challenge: money raised for great causes, and these mouthwatering photos of your fried chicken sandwiches. Read More

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2019-07-24 07:45:02



Wood or Plastic Cutting Boards? That Is the Question  

Wood and plastic each have their advantages as a cutting board material. Glass, though, is always a terrible idea. Read More

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2019-07-23 13:00:07



The Best Pizza Slices in New York City  

The definitive list of pizza slice joints that will help you understand the state of the New York slice in 2019. Read More

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2019-07-23 10:30:05



American Buttercream x Ganache = Double-Chocolate Frosting  

This recipe combines the simplicity of American buttercream, a straightforward combination of butter and powdered sugar, with the richness of ganache for a creamy, complex, and none-too-sweet chocolate frosting. Read More

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2019-07-19 13:00:29



Thai-Style Grilled Pork Skewers Beat Takeout Satay Any Day  

A punchy salty-sweet marinade and a brush-coating of coconut cream makes for killer grilled Thai-style pork skewers. Read More

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2019-07-19 10:30:49



Special Sauce: Alvin Cailan on What “American Food” Means in 2019  

Part 2 of Ed Levine's Special Sauce conversation with chef Alvin Cailan. Read More

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2019-07-19 07:45:54



Why So Serious? Escaping Food Media's Uncanny Valley  

When you filter out your life's flaws, when you insist on a standard of perfection that makes everyone and everything exactly the same, you have taken up residence in the uncanny valley. Read More

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2019-07-18 13:00:31



You Kanat Believe How Good These Turkish Chicken Wings Are  

With a Turkish hot pepper paste marinade and a double-kebab skewering method, these wings will make you forget all about that Buffalo kind. Read More

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2019-07-18 10:30:42



Where to Eat and Drink in Brooklyn: A Local's Guide  

An old-school Brooklynite's list of destinations for a truly old-school Brooklyn eating experience. Read More

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2019-07-18 07:45:13



The Evolution of K2FC, a.k.a. Kenji's Kimchi Fried Chicken Sandwich  

Developing this kimchi-brined fried chicken sandwich has taken years, and it's still a work in progress. Here's how it started, how it's evolved, and what's in the current rendition. Read More

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2019-07-17 13:00:39



Nutty, Creamy, and Fresh: How to Make the Best Hazelnut Ice Cream  

Fresh mascarpone lends a sweet richness to this nutty, hazelnut-infused ice cream. Read More

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2019-07-17 10:30:11



24 Recipes Starring Fresh, Ripe Summer Tomatoes  

What to make with the best of your farmer's market tomato-haul this season. Read More

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2019-07-17 07:45:25



The Kitchen Habits That Fill Us With Rage and Fury  

A kitchen space all to ourselves is but a fantasy for most of us. So we'll settle for the next best thing: griping about our most eye-twitch-inducing kitchen pet peeves. Read More

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2019-07-16 13:00:38





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