Ramps are wild leeks that are native to the Appalachian Mountains, and this is how you cook them.
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For an elegant presentation, serve pad thai enclosed in this lacy egg net.
The sunny-side-up egg is the symbol par excellence of the traditional American breakfast, and no wonder: this preparation showcases better than any other the egg’s inner beauty.
Truffles transform a simple egg dish into something extraordinary.
Contrary to conventional wisdom, olive oil can make an excellent choice for deep-frying.
French chefs traditionally deep-fry parsley sprigs—an idea well worth emulating here in America.
Who needs a deep-fry thermometer when a chopstick will do the trick?
Before deep-frying your turkey, make sure to do your research. Here are ten steps on how to safely fry a great bird. Remember to thoroughly dry your turkey inside and out to avoid fires.
Some say stir-frying is 'cooking chinese', we simply say it's cooking tasty! Here's a guide to 'stirring' successfully.
After much experimentation—and some expert advice—we've come up with these no-fail techniques for preparing perfect pupusas.
These crunchy delicacies are not your ordinary snack chip.
Bizunesh Sedore, an Ethiopian cook, makes the Ethiopian sourdough flatbread called injera according to the traditional manner.
Learn to cook this popular border-food favorite with our step-by-step instructions.
The noodle may have originated in China, and it may take a backseat to rice in most Asian culinary traditions—but it has a key place in many Asian countries.
The noodle may take a back seat to rice in most Asian culinary traditions, but it still has its place.