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This cake is an especially light and moist take on the honey cake that is traditionally eaten for Rosh Hashanah, the ...

Chef Erik Anderson puts his own twist on classic Greek avgolemono, the egg-and-lemon soup, turning it into a lemony c...

The trick with roasting tomatoes is to start them at high heat, then lower the oven temperature and slow-roast them t...

These tangy pickled peaches from Atlanta chef Linton Hopkins are wonderful with all kinds of rich meat dishes. Slide...

Slow-roasting white chocolate makes the cocoa butter in it silky, rich and caramel-like, a technique championed by pa...

F&W’s Kay Chun roasts whole maitake (a.k.a. hen-of-the-woods) mushrooms with briny seaweed butter until they’re c...

These fluffy, buttery rolls have a homey quality. “They are deep Americana,” says chef Alex Guarnaschelli. This recip...

Cookbook author Yotam Ottolenghi invented these delicate crêpes to celebrate Shrove Tuesday, the day before Lent...

Overnight marinating and slow cooking give this goulash deeply savory, complex flavors. Philadelphia chef Jeremy Nole...

This autumnal dish from chef Kyle Bailey was designed specifically to pair with dark sour beer. The crisp-skinned duc...

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