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Even more trend-oriented recipes, like amazing almond semifreddo (right). »
A New Year’s resolution worth keeping: Learn one stunning dish each month—from standing rib roast to bouillabaisse. »
Our incredible new planner will provide a great main-course recipe for every single day of the year. »
Our favorite sparkling-wine cocktails are an irreverent and affordable alternative to Champagne on New Year’s Eve or any festive occastion. »
Homemade gifts—like buttery raspberry shortbread bars—are the sweetest, and the most personal. »
R&W’s Tasting Room columnist, Ray Isle, reveals his favorite bottles from 2008, including the delicate, citrusy NV Diebolt-Vallois Blanc de Blancs Champagne. »
Wine makes a great gift, but the choices can be intimidating. Not to worry: here are 5 common mistakes to avoid. »
25 speedy recipes—like shrimp sautéed in garlicky olive oil and chorizo-filled dates in bacon, right—are ready in just 10, 20 or 30 minutes. »
A dozen go-to desserts for entertaining, like a gooey caramel cheesecake and bittersweet chocolate mousse. »
Our guide to the top restaurants in 10 U.S. cities for the best places to go for a holiday meal. »
This comprehensive Thanksgiving guide gives top Web sources for hors d’oeuvres, turkeys, desserts and wines. »
Our hour-by-hour time planner offers three customizable, printable menus and shopping lists. »
These California vineyard vacations are for anyone who’s ever fantasized about making wine and wants to know what it’s like to pick grapes.
F&W’s food editors picked the 10 amazing desserts they adore the most—including caramel crêpes and chocolate soufflé sundaes.
Fans of Bravo’s Top Chef will find exclusive recipes from past winners, including Hung Huynh and Stephanie Izard.
F&W’s Deputy Wine Editor, Ray Isle, has created a cheat sheet for choosing wine to bring to a dinner party. Here are his 15 easy-to-find and delicious options—all reliable picks in most vintage years, and all under $20.
F&W’s editors have tasted thousands of recipes in the Test Kitchen, but the best ones always stand out. Here, our all-time favorites from the past 30 years, including chocolate ganache bread pudding (right).
To eat locally all year round, it helps to freeze, can and pickle fruits and vegetables in the summer. Here, experts teach you how—then share ways to use the end results in great recipes any time of year.
Our website users save their favorite dishes in an online recipe box. We reveal the 30 most popular, plus the top 10 recipe searches of the year.
Executive Wine Editor Lettie Teague shares 30 top trends, most influential wineries and cellar-worthy bottles from the past three decades.
Fifteen amazing recipes from Daniel Boulud—an F&W Best New Chef 1988—from a fast Camembert appetizer to an easy monkfish with capers.
F&W’s guide to the best of Napa, Sonoma and Santa Barbara—fantastic food, great wine and perfect places to stay. (Plus, spectacular recipes from local chefs).
25 fantastic fruit desserts, including Passion Fruit and Coconut Cream Parfaits (right).
Comprehensive online guide to chicken recipes and tips.
Ten F&W Best New Chefs give insider guides to their cities, from the best brunch spots to the top bars.
We’ve compiled 20 of our favorite recipes for Pacific halibut, wild salmon and other eco-friendly choices.
Beautiful, delicious—and rewarding—ways to be more eco-conscious, from a checklist of easy ways to live better to great recipes that call for sustainable ingredients.
10 great organic and biodynamic American wines.
F&W editors share innovative ways to prepare different cuts of steak, from all-American rib eye to exotically spiced hanger, with wine pairings to match.
Our insider guides to Napa Valley, Sonoma and Santa Barbara will help you find the best places to stay, eat and drink—and provide inspiring recipes. -->
Sometimes the simplest dishes have the boldest flavors. These 10 recipes—such as fudgy chocolate-walnut cookies and Sicilian-style swordfish—use just five ingredients each, not including pantry staples like salt, pepper and oil.
15 fantastic recipes that use peaches.
Our fantastic summer grilling guide not only includes recipes to feed a crowd and an easy, no-fail technique for making the ultimate steak, it also features a superuseful grilling tip every day in June from F&W’s Nick Fauchald.
Ever tried smoky añejo (aged) tequila or fruity Peruvian pisco? Our guide to Latin spirits suggests 10 to try, along with recipes for tasty cocktails (like Maria’s Margarita, right) to match.
To learn some great shortcuts, try our delicious shrimp salad tossed with canned beans, chicken salad made with a store-bought rotisserie bird and more.
Any of our 15 simple homemade condiments, from rhubarb ketchup to ginger-lemon mayo, is perfect for big weekend parties or fast weeknight dinners.
F&W editors share a dozen of their favorite ideas for transforming ripe summer fruit into incredible sorbets, cakes and other surprisingly light desserts.
15 of our editor’s favorite salsa recipes.
Tips on essential grilling tools and accessories. -->
The 20 incredible pitcher drinks in our collection are just the kind of delicious, fast and hassle-free cocktails you’ll want to serve at your next big party.
The May 5 holiday that celebrates Mexico’s victory over France in the 1862 Battle of Puebla is a great reason to make these irresistible recipes for entertaining.
Check out our salad survival guide, with five unusual combinations of greens and 10 spectacular dressings, for inventive mix-and-match choices.
If the official start of summer is your cue to eat lighter, you’ll want to try these tempting recipes of all kinds—from seafood entrées to fruit desserts.
Our inspiring kitchen photo gallery shows off our favorites—from a modern farmhouse to chef Mario Batali’s open-plan kitchen in NYC.
Our best superfast recipes—like Bouillabaisse Sandwiches with seared halibut and saffron mayo (right)—get a meal on the table in a half hour or less.
What varietal is known as the heartbreak grape? How much of the wine in the United States is produced in California? Put your American wine knowledge to the test with our fun—and challenging—quiz, and find out if you’re a wine stud or a wine dud.
This month F&W launches its online wine guide, which answers basic questions (What grapes are used in Champagne?) and provides pairing tips.
Our map of America’s top wine regions includes travel tips on where to eat and drink, useful Web resources, bottles to taste and more.
We tested cocktails from across America and put hundreds of our favorites—plus incredible bar food, such as Lobster Sliders (right)—on our website.
Our top 15 vegetable soups are also healthy and hearty.
Looking for the perfect biscuit, burger or beef stew? You’ll find 12 amazing classic recipes, plus fresh and fantastic variations that we hope will become your new standards.
Our own website is a great source for tips on bottles to buy and pair with food, but for more information on subjects like organic wines, visit these other sites.
Slow cooking and low heat produce falling-apart-tender braises and stews; we’ve picked 15 of our favorites.
Senior Associate Editor Nick Fauchald picks the year’s best new spirits, from small-batch Bluecoat American Dry Gin to the superpremium Partida Elegante Tequila, plus 10 matching cocktails to show them off.
Whether you watch football or play poker, these 10 recipes—all matched wtih beers—will have fans of their own.
Every day, we spotlight a new wine pairing, such as a crispy battered cod and a citrusy Sancerre (right). The wine’s bright acidity is great with fresh fish.
Our top Champagne cocktails, plus stellar new glasses and the best Champagnes to celebrate the new year.
Bumpy, funny-looking winter vegetables can become spectacularly delicious dishes; we show you how in these 25 soups, salads and stews.
Twenty cold-weather favorites, from restorative chicken soup with jasmine rice and ginger to a superfast and healthy minestrone.