SAVEUR Senior Editor Gabriella Gershenson demonstrates a quick and easy technique for segmenting (or supreming) citrus fruits.
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There's no reason to get stressed out when shaping pot stickers or other wonton-wrapped dumplings. In this video, SAVEUR contributing editor Andrea Nguyen shows us some different ways to shape dumplings, starting with the simplest possible half-moon.
Editor-in-chief James Oseland shows us a simple and quick trick for cooking with lemongrass as an aromatic—no chopping or grinding required.
SAVEUR executive food editor Todd Coleman demonstrates how to roll the perfect chewy and crusty pretzels at home, using a few simple techniques.
Follow this simple technique to easily weave a beautiful lattice top for a pie.
This video takes an inside look at the breakfast rush at Brennan's, an iconic French Quarter restaurant in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Jeni's super-summery ice cream flavor has been one of our favorites ever since last year; in this video, the team team takes us through their process, from corn cob to container.
Ruben Ortega, chef at the Houston restaurant Hugo's, is a master of churro-making, and it's all thanks to one simple secret: his index finger.
SAVEUR editor-in-chief James Oseland appeared on the TODAY show this morning, sharing some of our favorite dishes from the exhaustive list of classics featured in our 150th issue.
This recipe is based on one that Sandro Manzo, an Italian art dealer who now lives in New York, learned from his mother during his youth in southern Italy.
The women of the Tlapaltotoli Daniel family, natives of Cholula, a town near Puebla, are masters of the deceptively simple art of tortilla-making.
Hunter Lewis walks us through preparing a whole roasted fish.
In this video French chef and author André Soltner shows us how to make bacheofe, a slow-cooking Alsatian meat and vegetable stew.
Pastry chef Jacques Torres demonstrates how to make a white chocolate christmas tree, a perfect edible centerpiece for your holiday celebration.
Celebrated Japanese chef Tadashi Ono demonstrates how to make the perfect, light and crispy tempura. The secret is in the cake-flour batter, which should be kept cold. In this video, Ono prepares beautifully-fried shrimp and vegetables.