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What to Cook This Weekend

Keeping the memory of La Caridad 78 alive, and new recipes from Ali Slagle and Eric Kim. → Read More

Winning the Chowder Wars

Tomatoes or cream? Neither? There are a lot of opinions. → Read More

What to Cook This Weekend

Make Yewande Komolafe’s roasted carrots with yaji spice relish and Tejal Rao’s recipe for chickpea pancakes. → Read More

Comfort Food Recipes: Sheet-Pan Shrimp Gratin, Focaccia, Ramen, Plus More

Go for comfort with Eric Kim’s crunch-melty recipe for sheet-pan shrimp gratin. → Read More

What to Cook This Week

Melissa Clark’s pepperoni pasta with lemon and garlic is a perfect weeknight meal or Sunday dinner. → Read More

What to Cook This Weekend

Check out our latest special section, “Fast Flavor,” for 24 low-fuss recipes we know you’ll love. → Read More

Chorizo Sloppy Joes With Kale and Provolone Recipe

Matthew Hyland, a chef and an owner of the Emily and Emmy Squared restaurants in New York and Nashville, is known for making exemplary pizza and hamburgers But his sandwich game is strong as well This one recalls the flavors that he first experienced as a college student in Bristol, R.I., which has supported a sizable Portuguese community since at least the late 19th century → Read More

Give the Stand Mixer a Break

Genevieve Ko has two new recipes for you: a crumbly apple crisp and chewy oatmeal chocolate chip cookies. → Read More

What to Cook This Weekend

Make use of the fresh beans at the market with Gabrielle Hamilton’s braised black-eyed peas with baby turnips. → Read More

A Menu for Midweek

A sweet and spicy roast chicken for those observing Yom Kippur, and mooncakes for those gearing up for the Mid-Autumn Festival. → Read More

Stock Your Pantry!

After a summer of breezy cooking with the freshest ingredients, it’s time to get planning again. → Read More

What to Cook This Week

Get inspired by our newest recipes, including tortilla pizzas and blackened fish with quick grits. → Read More

Cook for Those Around You

Be kind, and share cheesecake-chocolate pudding bars, vegetarian kofta curry and more recipes. → Read More

A Stew for Labor Day

Try a luscious recipe for Jamaican oxtail stew, or get to grilling for the holiday. → Read More

What to Cook This Week

Plan to make a no-recipe feast of spaghetti and clams, or any of our newest recipes. → Read More

What to Cook This Weekend

Kick things off with Dorie Greenspan’s age-old recipe for chicken in a pot. → Read More

Fishing for Tuna Poke

Use Atlantic bonito for a Northeastern spin on the Hawaiian classic. → Read More

The Joy of Plantains

The versatile fruit is as delicious in a skillet with tomatoes and eggs as it is alone, so why not make both? → Read More

What to Cook This Week

Make chicken salad for dinner tonight and lunch this week, then give a sweet corn and scallop pasta a spin. → Read More

What to Cook This Weekend

Dorie Greenspan offers a sweet treat perfect for a baby’s hand (or your own). → Read More