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Jamaican Pepper Shrimp Recipe | Serious Eats
Drive around Jamaica and you’ll whizz by food stalls at the roadside, small stands with fish roasting on grill grates and stock pots brimming with soup roiling over open flames. If you’re on one of these drives, and if your eyes... Read more
Cheesy Winter Squash Gratin Recipe
5 Tbsp. unsalted butter, divided, plus more for pan 3½ lb. delicata and/or acorn squash, halved, seeds removed, cut crosswise ¼” thick 1 large white onion, thinly sliced 10 garlic cloves, thinly sliced 2¼ tsp. kosher salt, divided 6 oz. frozen kale, spinach or... Read more
Rustic Shrimp Toasts Recipe | Bon Appétit
This version of shrimp toast is inspired by my time at Zuni Café, where I made late-night snacks using unsold shrimp and leftover bread that practically begged me to toss them with aioli and whatever else I could squirrel away. They’re equally great as... Read more
A Kitchen Utensil Holder Is a Cook’s Tool Belt
Let me paint for you a maybe not-so-hypothetical scene: An egg is frying nicely in a pan, quickly approaching the ideal moment for over-easy flippage. You reach into the drawer that holds all of your kitchen tools, grasping for a spatula to aid you... Read more
Chocolate Buckwheat Cake Recipe | Bon Appétit
“This is my favorite gluten-free cake,” writes Roxana Jullapat in her cookbook Mother Grains (out April 2021). “I always make it when I’m cooking for friends who avoid wheat. The crumb is light and airy, and its intense chocolate flavor shines alongside buckwheat’s earthy... Read more
How to Make Lox or Cured Salmon at Home
Citrus and herbs can perk up cured fish, too. Add the finely grated zest of an orange, lemon, grapefruit (or a combination) for a bright, floral addition. Toss in fresh dill, tarragon, thyme, fennel fronds, or another herb to bring in their grassy freshness.... Read more
Einkorn Shortbreads Recipe | Bon Appétit
Einkorn is the great-great-great-great-great-(you get the picture)-grandmother of all other wheats. It’s the oldest wheat variety out there. It’s also high in protein, iron, thiamine, dietary fiber, B vitamins, and the antioxidant lutein. “It tastes bran-y,” says Roxana Jullapat, the author of the cookbook... Read more
The Best Plant-Based Dairy Brands
The journey started fifteen years ago: Faced with a daughter who developed a severe milk allergy as a toddler, I began seeking, tasting, and testing plant-based dairy products. Later, vegan dairy became an animal-welfare choice for our family as well, which meant even more... Read more
Hearty leek and sprout soup
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Tomato and Egg Drop Noodle Soup Recipe
The combination of tomato, egg, and noodles is a beloved dish in the cuisine of Hong Kong cha chaan teng, tea cafés that date back to the 1850s. There are many variations of this dish: Often, the egg is scrambled and mixed through a... Read more