Bonnie S. Benwick , The Washington Post, January 15, 2016 15:51 IST
I'm a sucker for a good can of tuna, and seem to crave it most just when it's gone missing from my cupboard.
Ellie Krieger , The Washington Post, January 15, 2016 15:24 IST
I chose this hearty pasta dish to feature early in the new year because it is flavorful, easy and nourishing.
IANS , January 14, 2016 15:29 IST
A mix of Sonowal and Bodo cuisine, the pop-up comprises four sections: On arrival drink, mains, accompaniments and desserts.
Susan Lutz , Zester Daily, January 14, 2016 14:33 IST
Popcorn is simply preserved corn, a way of saving the harvest. Fresh corn can, of course, be boiled, roasted, steamed or baked.
Emily Contois , Zester Daily, January 14, 2016 14:22 IST
A rich source of B vitamins,Vegemite has routinely been promoted for its purported health benefits.
Becky Krystal , The Washington Post, January 14, 2016 13:19 IST
There are sugar flowers to form, rice paper to paint. She sculpts models to create custom silicone molds used to shape fondant.
Martha Rose Shulman , The New York Times, January 13, 2016 17:23 IST
Italians cook broccoli longer than we do in the United States, until it is quite a bit softer and darker than we are accustomed to.
Melissa Clark , The New York Times, January 13, 2016 17:02 IST
Canned beans are never going to be as good as home-cooked dried beans, no matter how many seasonings you add to your pot.
The Washington Post , January 13, 2016 16:23 IST
Each January, we like to offer readers a week's worth of opportunity to start the new year off eating right, and eating well. This time, there's a bonus!
Julia Della Croce , Zester Daily, January 13, 2016 14:38 IST
Corn polenta has traveled the globe to become a staple in world-class restaurants.
Rinku Bhattacharya , Zester Daily, January 12, 2016 18:19 IST
Sankranti refers to the passage of the sun from one Zodiac sign to another. On Jan. 15, this transition happens from Capricorn to Aquarius, called Makara on the Hindu calendar.
Nancy Harmon Jenkins , Zester Daily, January 12, 2016 18:06 IST
It's fine for your spaghetti with clam sauce, your ratatouille, your paella valenciana. But pastries? Cakes? Cookies? Don't they fall apart? Don't they taste peculiarly of olive oil?
Joe Yonan , The Washington Post, January 12, 2016 17:51 IST
I had long been skeptical, though, of its ability to play the part of eggs - you know, in a "scramble."
Ellie Krieger , The Washington Post, January 12, 2016 17:42 IST
This truly glorious combination of tastes and textures alone makes it a breakfast worth waking up for.
It's not a popular vegetable today, but it is a vegetable that does draw the curious cook.
Eimi Sakurai , The Japan News, January 09, 2016 16:32 IST
Famous for "Akita bijin," local women admired for their porcelain complexions, Akita Prefecture is also known as a kingdom of fine sake, with 38 breweries.
Kathy Hunt (Zester Daily) , January 05, 2016 14:24 IST
Anyone wondering how to keep protein in their breakfasts without the use of eggs or meat, try these global dishes.
Julia Della Croce , Zester Daily, January 05, 2016 14:05 IST
The other secret to roast chicken is the size and freshness of the bird, along with a few roasting techniques that are traditionally practiced by French home cooks and professionals alike.
As the new year emerges, the world welcomes a fresh start, usually with hopes of a new beginning with some luck thrown into the mix.
T. Susan Chang , The Washington Post, December 31, 2015 12:56 IST
How things have changed for the gluten-sensitive since then. Gluten-free products fill the supermarket aisles.