If you’re into that kind of thing.
If you’re into that kind of thing.
Whether it's the skill of baking a basic birthday cake or properly blanching vegetables, there are certain foods that all adults should know how to make. But unfortunately, this isn't always the case, and many have gaps in their cooking knowledge.
The creamy and cheesy King Ranch chicken casserole is famous in Texas, but it might be a new recipe for folks like me who live outside the South. I decided it was time to see what all the hype was about and whip up a King Ranch casserole at home in Vermont.
The Great British Baking Show—or Great British Bake Off, if you’re actually British—has a structural problem. And I mean that quite literally. The U.K.-based baking extravaganza, which currently airs in the U.S.
The Michelin-starred establishment has made a name for itself in a city teeming with Italian cuisine. Eater critic Ryan Sutton once called it "a quintessential New York restaurant you just can't find elsewhere." Carbone was my last restaurant meal before NYC went into lockdown in March 2020.
Though the flavor domes once delighted diners and created generations of childhood nostalgia, they’re slowly being replaced by more modern tastes For my money, nothing beats Wendy’s chicken nuggets.
These old-fashioned butter cookies promise to become your new favorite. Brown-edge cookies may not look like much — and their no-nonsense name certainly doesn’t do them any favors — but don’t let appearances fool you.
You could measure my life in recipes. Each one a letter to a friend, a story of something I have made for dinner, the tale of how it came to be on my table.
Quite literally. “Japanese food” in Japanese is read as washoku (和食), with wa (和) meaning harmony, and shoku (食) meaning food. In fact, the kanji 「和」 is often interchangeably used to mean “harmony” or “Japanese”.
Culinary school can be a rewarding experience filled with useful cooking tips, tricks, and techniques. To make things a bit more accessible, people in r/Cooking and the BuzzFeed Community are sharing the most important cooking tips they've learned in culinary school and in their own kitchens.
These dishes require a little fuss now for a big payoff later.
Anyone who has walked through an instant-noodle aisle knows what it’s like to be confronted by shelves upon shelves of identically shaped packets, their glossy exteriors promising bowl after bowl of slurpable noodles in hot, savory soup.
When it comes to dessert, there’s no right or wrong answer. Choosing to bake an elaborate cake or a homemade pie is a great choice for any occasion. Making cookies? Perfectly delicious! But when it comes to making dessert for a crowd, we like to go the simple route.
Ifind it hard to write about rice without using the word “versatile”. It’s overused, I know, but all the different kinds of rice and ways in which it can be cooked and eaten never cease to amaze me. I love it plain and steamed, as a sideshow.
Follow a simple formula for colorful, satisfying dishes that don’t require turning on the oven or stove. Summer’s bounty is so vibrant and delicious on its own, it’s easy and enjoyable to forgo cooking by making the season’s produce the star of a dish.
Warm curry is the quintessential meal for cozy nights at home. So when the weather starts to cool down, it's the single most perfect dish to really warm you to your toes.
Fall is officially sweet potato season, and this aromatic cake from Cheryl Day’s Treasury of Southern Baking is an ideal cozy-weather snack. The outside is completely cloaked in glossy ganache, but when you slice into the cake, it reveals its heart: tender, gently spiced, and faintly citrusy.
One of the things that sets Korean fried chicken apart from other varieties is that it often comes bathed in sauce – South Korean YouTube star turned author Emily Kim, AKA Maangchi, has seven different recipes on her website.