With this easy-to-follow guide, you can slice up watermelon for your favorite summer recipes.
These tender, flaky apple pastries, topped with a tangy caramel, start with a foundation of homemade croissant dough.
Here’s how to make the most of your smoker
The best part? They're ready in minutes instead of hours.
In this Mad Genius Tips episode, Justin Chapple shares an easy trick for making unripe bananas banana bread–ready.
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We tested eight popular cookie sheets to find the best.
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The only thing more impressive than homemade croissants? Using that homemade all-butter dough to make this gorgeous braided loaf.
Perfectly flaky, buttery croissants are just a few steps away.
The Best Rolling Pins
F&W tested popular rolling pins to find the best.
A rolling pin, a refrigerator, and time are all you need to make incredible yeasted pastry for croissants, danish, and more.
Justin Chapple's Orzo and Chickpeas with Turmeric-Ginger Broth is so easy and only takes 20 minutes.
And it pairs perfectly with this grilled shrimp and lettuce salad.
Liz Mervosh’s vegetarian take on muffulettas features garlicky roasted vegetables and a delicious tangy olive relish.
Justin Chapple demonstrates how to make a delicious compound butter that can be used on pasta, vegetables, and more.
You don’t even have to transfer it to a platter.
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Rosemary, brown sugar, and salt turn plain old pumpkin seeds into a sweet and savory snack.
Anita Lo’s recipe for grilled chicken with banana pepper dip and crunchy fattoush is simple and easy for weeknights.
Chef JJ Johnson will demonstrate how to make Gullah Shrimp Burgers at the Food & Wine Classic at Home this Thursday.
From a simple squash sauté to a sort-of Caesar dressing, these riffable ideas are perfect for the lazy days of summer.
For this Italian-American family, "doing the jars" is an unshakeable summertime tradition.
Don't tell purists, but in an absolute emergency, you can use the microwave.
Try it with cherries, too.
Yes, giant. And it just so happens to pair perfectly with ice cream.