The Best Gifts Under $50 for Cooks and Food Lovers

‘Tis the season for giving gifts. ‘Tis also the season for running up credit card debt. But if your wallet’s feeling pinched, worry not: There are plenty of high-quality kitchen tools, tableware, and cookware out there—not to mention some pretty delicious specialty foods—that will cost you less than $50. Here are this year’s top picks, […]

The Best Gifts for Cooks and Food Lovers Under $50

‘Tis the season for giving gifts. ‘Tis also the season for running up credit card debt. But if your wallet’s feeling pinched, worry not: There are plenty of high-quality kitchen tools, tableware, and cookware out there—not to mention some pretty delicious specialty foods—that will cost you less than $50. Here are this year’s top picks, […]

Leaf-Wrapped Winter Squash With Pork and Shiitakes…

[Photographs: Tim Chin] Winter squash screams fall.* Between garish jack-o’-lanterns, warty gourds, and pumpkin spice everything, the hefty, orange fruit is everywhere in autumn. And while I eat and enjoy American winter squash classics—butternut soups, pumpkin breads and pies—”holiday fatigue” quickly sets in. Sure, those classic preparations are comforting and familiar, but too much of […]

How to Cook a Turkey in Parts

[Photographs: Liz Clayman, unless otherwise noted] If you’ve ever spent any time putting the things you create on the internet, you’re sure to have learned that you can never please everyone. This is true of roasting turkeys as well. I’ve witnessed family members complain about even the most beautiful, perfectly roasted turkey. The skin was […]

Gâteau Invisible (Invisible Apple Cake) Recipe

[Photographs: Tim Chin, unless otherwise noted] Leave it to the French to invent a cake that evokes a sense of mystery. Gâteau invisible aux pommes, or “invisible apple cake,” features dozens of intersecting layers of thinly sliced apples bound in a sweet, custardy batter. Why invisible? When baked, the apples seem to disappear into the […]

The Best Splurge Gifts for Cooks

[Photo collage: Vicky Wasik] It’s officially holiday shopping season! We’ve got lots of recommendations, from tasty stocking stuffers to big appliances for all the food lovers and cooks in your life. While many of our gifts are recommended with your wallets in mind—good cookery shouldn’t put you in debt—we also know that sometimes you want […]

Gulab Jamun Recipe | Serious Eats

[Photographs: Nik Sharma] Gulab jamuns occupy a very popular position in the large family of Indian desserts. I suspect their popularity stems from their simple yet marvelous construction: little, fried balls of a milk-based dough that are soaked in a syrup scented with green cardamom, saffron, rose water, and other spices, served warm or at […]

Scaled Down Thanksgiving Recipe Menu for COVID-19

[Photograph: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt] If there’s one word that’s rarely synonymous with Thanksgiving, it’s “small.” Just look at our guide to the holiday, and the endless parade of recipes and large roasts. This year, however, most of us will be experiencing the holiday on a much reduced scale due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. But […]

Roast Turkey Breast Ssam With Squash Ssamjang and …

[Photographs: Vicky Wasik] We’re putting a Korean spin on the classic Thanksgiving roasted turkey with gravy and cranberry sauce by serving it ssam-style. Ssam translates as “to wrap,” and describes a Korean way of dining that involves wrapping various leafy greens around meat, condiments, banchan, and kimchi. It’s an extremely interactive way to eat—perfect for […]

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