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A homemade meal can be such a strong source of joy—it's a hug during a difficult day, a "welcome back" after a journey away from home, a nostalgic childhood memory revisited. And in this collection of recipes, we've gathered 50 different dishes that make us feel of warm and content. Tuck into a bowl of Ina Garten's Chicken Pot Pie Soup with Puff Pastry Croutons when it's cold outside and you'd rather be on your couch, wrapped in a blanket. Start your morning off right with a generous plate of chef Claudette Zepeda's chilaquiles. Or, go sweet and build an over-the-top, completely wonderful ice cream sundae, courtesy of chef Dan Kluger. The spread also includes chili, Yogurt Rice, Jamaican Stew Peas and Spinners, and dozens of other delicious recipes. Read on for the rest and know that you're only a few steps away from a dish that will make you smile.
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Each new year brings an opportunity to experiment in the kitchen. Maybe it's dedicating time to mastering a new technique, such as baking bread from scratch. Maybe it's finally, finally making that recipe you've had bookmarked for ages. Now that we're officially in 2022, our editors are talking about all of the dishes we're trying over the next 12 months, from Baked Alaska to crispy fried tofu. We ended up with a grand total of 17 delicious, definitely resolution-worthy recipes. Some editors have their eyes on warming soups, like Basque Garlic Soup and Sopa de Lima; others are going all-out with cheese and whipping up feta queso-topped nachos, a three-cheese (and crab-studded) macaroni gratin, and a cheese! curd! grilled! cheese! (Take a look at the recipe and you'll understand exactly why we're so excited.) We can't wait to fill our year with these satisfying meals—read on to find out how to make them all.
Although time-intensive cooking techniques like roasting and braising may seem out of reach on a weeknight, there's an easy solution for that—chicken. The protein cooks quickly, allowing you to pull off everything from stews to burgers and still leave yourself plenty of time to relax afterwards. We've rounded up some of our favorite fast chicken recipes here, all ready in an hour or less, that you can rely on when you're in a time crunch. Season chicken thighs and potatoes with herbs, lemon zest and juice, and garlic for a delicious roasted dinner that comes together in 55 minutes. Or, grab a skillet and make a batch of this Florentine Butter Chicken, ready in just 20 minutes. You can also add Kung Pao Chicken, Buffalo Chicken Calzones, and Dinner Hummus (yes, dinner hummus!) with Spiced Chicken and Cauliflower to your regular rotation. With over 25 recipes to choose from, you'll have plenty of options in your back pocket—read on to find out how to make them all.
19 smarter ways to cook, cocktail, and celebrate (and clean up after) for an easier, breezier, and tastier 2022
To celebrate the Italian-American tradition of the Feast of the Seven Fishes on Christmas Eve, you'll need plenty of seafood, of course. These 16 recipes have you covered, from traditional dishes like seafood stew to a fun and fancy (yes, fancy!) clam dip. Fry up a batch of extra-crunchy calamari to serve with your favorite marinara sauce and a few lemon wedges. Or try your hand at tomato-braised baccalà, which pairs beautifully with a mascarpone-enriched polenta and briny olives. No matter which recipe (or recipes) you choose, you're in for a wonderful feast.
From Potatoes au Gratin to Cocoa Cola Bundt Cake, here’s what we have on the menu.
If you're looking for a main course to anchor your holiday menu, look no further than a Christmas prime rib roast. The tender, juicy roast will not only be the most impressive (and delicious) thing on the table, but it's also easy to make. These recipes are some of our favorite showstopping savory delights, including Salt-and-Pepper Crusted Prime Rib with Sage Jus, Beef Rib Roast, and the classic Standing Rib Roast of Beef. Read on for even more Christmas prime rib roasts for your holiday dinner.
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Main courses like ham or roast beef may be the star of your holiday menu, but you're going to want some tasty side dishes to accompany them, too. Think Potatoes au Gratin, Raclette-Gruyère Mac and Cheese with Pickled Shallots, and Sautéed Collard Greens with Pepperoni—yes, pepperoni—as a twist on the classic. With almost 30 to choose from, you'll have plenty to fill your table. Read on for even more of our favorite Christmas dinner side dishes.
With 2021 almost at a close, Food & Wine editors have been looking back at all of the wonderful recipes we've published over the past year, from rich, savory macaroni and cheeses to smoky simmered beans. To celebrate, we've gathered the top 31 that were the most popular with you, our readers, and there were definitely some common themes. Chicken is always a big hit, and this year was no exception, with nine recipes making the cut, from chef Ofelia Barajas' Chicken Mole to Nigella Lawson's Chicken in a Pot with Lemon Orzo. You also loved recipes from our Culinary Director at Large, Justin Chapple (and you can find out how to make them on episodes of Mad Genius). The spread includes a few sweet treats, too—fudgy Coconut Macaroon Brownies, anyone? Read on for all 31 recipes to love, and rest cozily in the knowledge that with 2022 around the corner, plenty more are on the way.
If you're looking for a main course to anchor your holiday menu, look no further than a Christmas prime rib roast. The tender, juicy roast will not only be the most impressive (and delicious) thing on the table, but it's also easy to make. These recipes are some of our favorite showstopping savory delights, including Salt-and-Pepper Crusted Prime Rib with Sage Jus, Beef Rib Roast, and the classic Standing Rib Roast of Beef. Read on for even more Christmas prime rib roasts for your holiday dinner.
Main courses like ham or roast beef may be the star of your holiday menu, but you're going to want some tasty side dishes to accompany them, too. Think Potatoes au Gratin, Raclette-Gruyère Mac and Cheese with Pickled Shallots, and Sautéed Collard Greens with Pepperoni—yes, pepperoni—as a twist on the classic. With almost 30 to choose from, you'll have plenty to fill your table. Read on for even more of our favorite Christmas dinner side dishes.
With 2021 almost at a close, Food & Wine editors have been looking back at all of the wonderful recipes we've published over the past year, from rich, savory macaroni and cheeses to smoky simmered beans. To celebrate, we've gathered the top 31 that were the most popular with you, our readers, and there were definitely some common themes. Chicken is always a big hit, and this year was no exception, with nine recipes making the cut, from chef Ofelia Barajas' Chicken Mole to Nigella Lawson's Chicken in a Pot with Lemon Orzo. You also loved recipes from our Culinary Director at Large, Justin Chapple (and you can find out how to make them on episodes of Mad Genius). The spread includes a few sweet treats, too—fudgy Coconut Macaroon Brownies, anyone? Read on for all 31 recipes to love, and rest cozily in the knowledge that with 2022 around the corner, plenty more are on the way.
Ricemaking legend Valerie Erwin shares her risotto know-how in this episode of F&W Cooks.