Sink or float, it all depends on a potato’s starch content.
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Caviar, while undeniably glamorous, is a low-maintenance food: All you really need to eat it is a spoon.
Nothing distinguishes a burger quite the way its sauce does.
Cooking and prepping beef tongues.
This rosy-colored, exceptionally tart fruit grows in celery-like stalks whose appearance has long been celebrated as an early sign of spring's arrival. How to cook rhubarb, and how to select. With a photo gallery of rhubarb recipes.
White asparagus, which is similar to green asparagus but milder, is best when boiled until completely tender. Tips on shopping for and preparing white asparagus for a perfect spring dinner.
Here are a few ingredients commonly used in Cambodian cooking.
Here are 8 essential ingredients commonly used in Korean cooking.
SAVEUR’s new navigation bar is fast, friendly, and full of upgraded features.
A comprehensive dictionary of Sushi terms in Japanese, English, French, German
I scream, you scream, we all scream for a guide to the world’s tastiest frozen desserts.
When it comes to pecans, size doesn't matter.
Our handy primer tells you what they look like, what they’re called, and how best to use them.
The building blocks of Korea’s most traditional food.
The French grade and classify foie gras with a manic fervor that defies comprehension by us foreign infidels.