What We’re Loving Now
Ordinary franks become alluringly delicious when wrapped in bacon and topped with jalapeños, bell peppers, and onions.
I (Basically) Stopped Weeding Thanks to This Game-Changing Gardening Method
Tilling is out. ‘No Dig’ is in.
Green Almonds Are the Super-Seasonal Taste of Spring to Eat Right Now
The tart green pods are only around for a few short weeks. Here’s how to cook with them.
A Spanish Abuela’s Secret to Rabbit Stew—And to Life Itself
Behind the heartwarming Grandmas Project episode featuring Tina Terés, there’s a life story waiting to be told.
An unassuming delicacy with Midwestern roots transforms ground beef into a craveable party trick with liquid smoke and Velveeta cheese.
Strawberry Shortcake for a Crowd
Why fuss with individual biscuits when you can make one jaw-dropping party-size one instead?
Icelandic Rhubarb Bars
Sweet rhubarb compote soaks into the nooks and crannies of a buttery, crumbly oat crust in hjónabandssæla, which might be our new favorite spring dessert.
Grilled Rack of Lamb with Garlic and Herbs
Up your game with a garlicky, herb-flecked mustard marinade.
The Future of Food
The New Frugal
Cooking with stale bread and dried beans is a start—but in this economy, there are better ways to think about reducing waste, saving money, and improving food security.
The Latest Thing Brewing in Portland: Unsung Coffee Beans
Specialty roasters are giving these underdog single-origins the spotlight.
What Is the Satiety Index, Anyway?
Medications like Ozempic make you feel fuller faster, but some foods already do that naturally, according to experts.
Why Did a Seafood Watch Group Red-List American Lobster—and Cause an Uproar?
The rating warns consumers to avoid it. Maine lobstermen are pushing back.
Your Pimentón Comes From My Quiet Corner of Spain
If two decades of living in Spanish paprika country have taught me anything, it’s that the spice has far more potential than most people think.
Muslim Georgia: A Journey to the Hidden Kitchens of the Kists
Pankisi, a wooded valley in the Caucasus Mountains, was labeled a refuge for terrorists. All I found was life-changing food and hospitality.
9 Amazing American LGBTQ Bars, Clubs, and Restaurants
The pandemic walloped queer-owned businesses the country over, but those that persevered are roaring back—just in time for Pride Month.
A Journey to West Africa Traces American Food Back to Its Source
When the duo behind Houston’s Bludorn restaurant took a pilgrimage to Senegal, they brought back a new definition of hospitality—and an appreciation for the flavors of home.
Cook This Tonight
Artichoke Recipes That Get to the Heart of Spring
Say goodbye to fibrous leaves and bland flavors with these 10 show-stopping dishes you can whip up on a weeknight.
We finally got the recipe for Madrid’s favorite Spanish omelet—and it’s way easier to make than we thought.
21 Exciting Ways to Cook With Saffron
One pinch of these precious red threads adds a world of flavor to soups, rice dishes, and craveable sweets.
Gems from the Archive
How To Make Cold Brew That’s Easy and Cafe-Level Good
Bonus: It’s more caffeinated than your standard iced coffee.
Taste of Umbria
In the medieval hill town of Montefalco, home to the grape sagrantino, the spirit of generosity is as robust as the wine
Learning to Drink the Japanese Way
Jamie Feldmar explores the deeper meaning behind Japan’s drinking rituals
The World’s Last Great Undiscovered Cuisine
Baku, the capital city of Azerbaijan is home to a fantastical rising skyline, rose-scented markets, and cooking influenced by everything from the Ottoman Empire to the USSR