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From Western waters

A drive along Oregon's coast reveals soaring sand dunes, enchanting fishing towns, and some of the most memorable seafood dishes you'll likely find anywhere. More>>

Crawfish: Born on the Bayou

Called both crayfish and crawfish, these tiny freshwater cousins to lobsters are firm and sweet. Plunged into boiling water, they cook through in just two minutes and easily soak up any seasonings, from classic Cajun spices to Asian-style ginger and garlic. More>>

Fabled feta cheese

Just a crumble of feta's pungent, salty flavor enhances dishes from stuffed peppers to salads to savory tarts. More>>

The pasta lesson: Making orecchiette in Puglia

While most of Italy embraces pasta, Puglia takes that love even further. More>>

Arlene's unattainable coffee cake

A bewitching, brown sugar-swirled, pecan-topped coffee cake is all the more beloved for being off-limits. More>>

Marseille, city by the sea

A new generation of chefs builds on the rich culinary legacy of the French port of Marseille. More>>

Blondie -- the brownie's fairer cousin

Like a brownie in shape and texture, blondies are packed with all the brown sugar and butterscotchy goodness of chocolate chip cookies, but softer and more substantial. More>>

Whiskey 101

The world's favorite spirit in a nutshell. More>>

The color of rhubarb in spring

Hardy, bright, and assertive, rhubarb is a refreshing taste of spring. More>>

How to store food right

Before you set up a food storage system, plan ahead to anticipate basic safety needs. More>>

Mom's Irish potato bread

For one Irish-American household, St. Patrick's Day is the perfect excuse to enjoy a favorite family dish. More>>

7 things you can only get in Indianapolis

For some reason, sports in Indianapolis get all the attention. But instead of focusing on the Indy 500 or the Colts, we should start paying attention to the Midwestern capital city's food scene. Innovative chefs, a thriving craft beer scene, and milkshakes to die for -- these days, Indianapolis has a lot to offer. More>>

Grapefruit: Winter's brightest jewel

Grapefruit, especially from Florida's Treasure Coast, is a favorite cold-weather fruit. More>>

Finding a tomato in winter

A trip to Sarasota, Fla., means sunshine, beaches, and best of all, beautiful produce. More>>

Rhapsody in red: Cooking Hungarian

One writer explores the beauty of Hungarian cuisine one home cook at a time. More>>

A crab feast for winter: Cream of crab soup

Jumbo lump crab meat stars in an impossibly rich, creamy soup. More>>

Love cake

For Lahori teens in the 1990s, celebrating Valentine's Day was a secret affair. More>>

Valentine's Day beers for the single

Check out these three beers perfect for the singleton's least favorite holiday.
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7 unexpected uses for honey

Honey sure is great stuff. Bees may make it to provide nutrition to members of the hive, but we've been liberally "borrowing" it for centuries. More>>

Slow cooker questions, answered

Get the scoop on these five commonly asked questions, and kick your cooking up a notch!
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A Super Bowl showdown with beer from Denver and Seattle

Your Super Bowl spread might be deliciously old-school and junky, but your home team beer doesn't have to be. More>>

Orient express: Egg foo yung

Long dismissed as takeout cliché, egg foo yung deserves a second look. More>>

Season Shot lets you spice up your dinner with a shotgun

Here's word of another brilliant ammo innovation: shells filled with herbs and spices. More>>

Make your own cheese press

Did you know that making your own cheese is actually pretty darn easy?
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Okra revisited

In Lagos, Nigeria, the viscous vegetable claims a regular spot at the dinner table. More>>

Get your kids cooking with you

Is your dinner table a battlefield? You aren't alone. But your child isn't doomed to a diet of white bread and chicken nuggets -- there's hope. Kids are more likely to try foods that they had a hand in cooking.
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Veggies in the raw

Crudités are a celebration of the bounty of the harvest.
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Easy & festive Christmas cocktail recipes

Christmas is filled with special get-togethers. Make yours extra-special with a signature holiday cocktail that adds to the joy of the season. More>>

A Christmas dinner: All is calm, all is bright

Along the New Jersey waterfront, a small family gathers for a big holiday feast. More>>

3 favorite holiday beers

Come winter, almost every brewery in the Western world makes a special beer for the holiday season. More>>

The best frozen pie crusts

5 great frozen pie shells, from homestyle to whole wheat. More>>

8 great pie tips

A few essential techniques will help you achieve rich, flaky crusts and perfect fillings. More>>

Gluten-free classic Christmas cookies

Nothing beats the taste of warm, buttery cookies just plucked from the oven. More>>

Cheat sheet for the perfect turkey

With the following turkey tips, you’ll serve up a perfectly juicy bird -- sure to impress for many holidays to come.
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Family-favorite Thanksgiving sides

Sure, the turkey is typically the star of Thanksgiving dinner. But it’s really the side dishes that make or break the meal.
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State of grace: A Midwestern Thanksgiving

Midwestern classics and a chef's sensibility come together on the holiday table. More>>

Sniffle-fighting snacks

The leaves are changing, the mercury is dropping and the air is filling with the sound of sneezes and coughs. Stock up on the following foods so you can sidestep the sniffles this season. More>>

Your 4-day prep plan for a stress-free Thanksgiving

To cut the stress out of Thanksgiving Day, streamline your meal planning. More>>

Turkey hunt

Before you decide how you're going to cook your turkey, you need to decide what kind of turkey you're going to cook. More>>

3 holiday goodies that are actually good for you

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Here are three holiday favorite foods that get an undeserved bad rap. More>>

Miss American pie

How one cook embraced the glory of America's iconic dessert. More>>

Just us cooks

In Nana's kitchen, cooking meant belonging, and the meatballs were second to none. More>>

Guide to restaurants in Nebraska

Where to eat and stay in the Omaha area. More>>

Candy favorites: The ultimate Halloween haul

Harvesting the bounty of the drugstore candy aisle. More>>

8 unexpected uses for mustard

Mustard. This small, humble seed is used in cuisines the world over, from the sharp spicy mustard served with dim sum to the rich, seedy variety applied to sandwiches.
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Four Thai curries worthy of Siam

True Thai curries are more than the sum of their parts. More>>

Hard cider: An apple a day

Diverse, dry, and delicious, American hard cider is making a comeback. More>>

Candy crush: Gummy bears

Remembering Hans Riegel, a gummy-candy legend. More>>

Health benefits of pumpkins and their seeds

Pumpkins are generally thought of as a Halloween icon and a staple of the fall season. However, that orange gourd is more than just a jack o' lantern - it's also packed with nutrients that can protect your body against serious health conditions. More>>

Salad social

At the Summertime Salad Social, Lawrence, Kan., is the potluckiest town in America.
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Fast and healthy fish recipes

When it comes to superfoods, fish is at the top of the list.
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My Spanish sanctuary

The first time I fell for the market in Cádiz it was because of the annealing sensuality of its produce and the friendship I found there. The second time I discovered an equally intense but more studious passion. More>>

The smart mom's kitchen

Cooking at home is more cost-effective than ordering in, better for your family’s health, and if you do it right, quicker, too. Check out this list of items you should always have in stock for delicious, kid-friendly 30-minute meals.
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Special sauce: Varieties of Mexican salsa

There's one thing most Mexicans would agree on: There's no meal without salsa. More>>

9 succulent pies to make in September

There’s nothing like late summer and early fall to capture all the wonderful flavors in nature.
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Grapes galore

For many varieties, such as the fragrant Concord and sweet Niagara grapes that thrive in the Northeast, late summer and early fall is the perfect time to indulge. More>>

5 powerful herbs and spices for your pantry

To start spicing up your life, make the following five your new pantry staples.

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The building blocks of pizza

A true Neapolitan pizza is the sum of its simple but sublime parts: dough, tomato sauce, cheese, and heat. More>>

The art of the special breakfast

Weekends call for morning meals above and beyond a bowl of cereal. More>>

3 easy canning recipes you need to try

Canning isn't difficult, and after a few sessions, you'll become a pro. More>>

How to throw the perfect Labor Day party

It's time to crack open the cooler, break open the BBQ grill, and jump into the pool - summer's goodbye bash is on your doorstep. More>>

Late summer blackberries

With their glossy blue-black color and astringent, yet surprisingly sweet flavor, blackberries are a fleeting pleasure — the last, triumphant burst in summer's riotous parade of fruit.
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A new twist on the Labor Day barbecue

Think Labor Day weekend is just another excuse for a barbecue?  Try celebrating the last days of summer in an all new way. More>>

Big pie country

Dessert steals the show at an Oklahoma rancher's annual picnic. More>>

Capers are a powerful staple for your pantry

Despite their diminutive size, capers are flavor powerhouses. More>>

Healthy summer snacks for kids

This summer make your own kid snacks rather than purchasing premade snacks. You'll have a better idea of what your kids are eating and you'll probably save money at the grocery store.
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Ricotta: Italy's most versatile cheese

Italy's affair with ricotta is one for the ages. More>>

Campfire classic

Enjoy the enduring legacy of s'mores.
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Slim-down summer foods

Plenty of the foods that are prevalent this time of year tantalize your taste buds, offer important nutrients, and help you shed pounds. More>>

Eat your greens: Swiss chard

Swiss chard is the Rodney Dangerfield of greens — it don't get no respect. Or at least, not the kind of respect it deserves. More>>

5 foods you haven’t fried yet

Check out these five foods that have made fried strides, from the reasonably healthy-ish to the downright decadent. More>>

Preserve the season with key lime curd

Bright, floral key lime juice is a perfect foil for the custardy heft of a classic British-style citrus curd. More>>

Basil: The perfect summer herb

Basil is the quintessential garden plant -- equally happy to sprawl out over the expanse of a walled-in plot or flourish in a box on the window sill. More>>

Bodacious tomato plant photos and growing tips

There is no feeling quite like eating a ripe tomato, fresh off the vine. Growing tomatoes isn't hard, but there are definitely some tricks to the trade. More>>

How to kick the sugar habit

Americans are still eating and drinking two or three times the amount of sugar recommended for optimal health.
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6 shortcuts for 6 summer recipes

You don't want to be stuck in a steamy kitchen on a hot summer day. So how can you get dinner on the patio table faster?   More>>

Party out back: East Coast vs. West Coast grilling

From the fresh flavors of California to old-fashioned East Coast burgers, American backyard grilling is our favorite tradition, coast to coast.
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Secrets of the grill: Corn

Grilling gives corn a nutty taste that makes each ear perfect for flavored compound butters, sauces, and glazes.
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Color of cutlery could change how food tastes

The size, weight, shape and color of your cutlery can affect how food tastes, a new study suggests. More>>

Softshell crabs

Softshell crabs are one of those culinary delights that are virtually impossible to find at any time of year except their designated season. More>>

7 clever uses for old colanders

Colanders - also called strainers - offer especially excellent potential for creative repurposing. More>>

How to cook on a grill

For successful grilling, two techniques are essential -- direct grilling and indirect grilling.
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16 ways to open a beer bottle without a bottle opener

It's summer. A nice cold one would go down awfully well, but where's that bottle opener gotten to? More>>

Scallions: The onion's kinder cousin

Native to central Asia, scallions are at once crisp and tender, cooling and hot -- perhaps that's why they travel so seamlessly between salads, soups and main dishes.
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Hack your way to dinner with these apps that make sense of your fridge

"What's for dinner?" is a question as old as time itself – and it's one of the most frustrating. Now, technology has an answer. More>>

Pizza: The gold of Naples

In the birthplace of the world's favorite food, the best pizza comes down to the basics. More>>

Mustard: Much more than a condiment

The tiny seed can be toasted and used whole, tossed into a jar of fermenting pickles, ground into a powder, or crushed and mixed with vinegar to form the familiar condiment that we spread onto sandwiches.
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Travel guide: Houston

Chef Chris Shepherd gives his take on what to eat, where to go, and what to do in his city, from family-run dim sum and BBQ joints to a pristine local farm. More>>

Pizza on Mars: NASA funds development of 3D printer that can knock out pizza

NASA has awarded a mechanical engineer a grant worth $125,000 to help him create a 3D printer for food. More>>

Asparagus and the bright green of spring

Asparagus is one of the spring season's most celebrated vegetables. More>>

A dozen things to do in Maui

A dozen things to eat and see in Maui, from globally-influenced dining at Amasia to a hundred-year-old bakery and off-the-tourist-beat ramen. More>>

Do food expiration dates matter?

Instead of looking at the calendar, simply follow your eyes and nose. More>>

Good and steamed: California's steam beer

The curious soul of San Francisco's steam beer -- brilliantly clear, deep amber in color, and capped by a bone-white head of foam. More>>

Wild oats

The humble, hearty oat deserves a closer look. More>>

Sweet sharpness: All things garlic

Garlic has an almost mystical quality. More>>

10 kitchen gadgets you probably don't need

There are many kitchen gadgets out there that claim to make your life simpler, but there might already be something in your kitchen that can do the same job. More>>

New Orleans: Eating in the Big Easy

The best dishes, grandest places, and most colorful culinary history. The heritage of Big Easy dining is alive, well, and thriving. More>>

Eggs recipes: Simple, versatile, delicious

Perfect for breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert, the egg is one of nature's perfect foods. More>>

Could fried food be healthy?

Wish you could enjoy fried food, without feeling guilty? Go ahead! A recent Spanish study found it might not be all that bad for you after all. More>>

The history of Easter candy

A basket full of sugary factory-made treats has become a beloved American tradition. More>>

Maple syrup magic

Maple syrup is delicious in just about everything.
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The history of the donut

From European festival food to blue-collar American breakfast, our nation's favorite sweet has taken on many forms throughout its history. More>>

A guide to the oyster regions of Virginia

Virginia is now once again a place that raises many happy oysters. More>>

How to eat to lose weight

Although 93 percent of adults agree that a morning meal is an important part of a healthy diet, more than half of us don't practice what we preach. More>>

Mushrooms: More than just morels

Many beloved varieties of mushrooms prefer warm and wet weather, making mid-summer and early autumn the best time for picking wild mushrooms. But, for those who cannot wait, there are morels. More>>

When life gives you lemons

There's no better way to enlighten a pan of root vegetables, brighten a simmering pot of lentils, or add a layer of citrusy flavor to roast chicken than with a squeeze of lemon juice or a dusting of finely grated zest. More>>

Which chocolate makes the best pudding?

You might be surprised which chocolate made the best pudding in this test kitchen. More>>

Classic get-well foods

In Victorian-era cookbooks, "invalid cookery" — recipes designed for the ill and unwell — laid a foundation for healing at home. More>>

In praise of wing tips

Making wings? Save some love for those often overlooked wing tips. More>>

White chocolate: Beyond the pale

No matter how many great desserts it has been responsible for, white chocolate still bears a stigma. More>>

Wild about walnuts

In the kitchen, walnuts are an eminently useful and versatile staple. More>>

The power of pepper

Celebrate pepper's full-bodied heat with recipes that put the world's most useful seasoning into the spotlight. More>>

Easy ways to lower your food bills

A normally organized refrigerator can quickly become a maze of food items and stuffed shelves. But here's a good incentive to get your fridge under control: Saving money. More>>

Cream rises to the top: Savory and sweet cream recipes

During this hunker-down, fatten-up season when our hibernation instincts kick-in, indulging in heavy cream seems almost biologically justified. More>>

Top 10 processed foods to avoid

The first step to creating a healthier diet is to find out which processed foods are the worst for you. The following are some of the top processed foods to avoid. More>>

7 foods you can only get in Wisconsin

For one Madison, Wis., native, a visit home always evokes a sort of a happy anxiety—so much to eat, so little time. More>>

7 dinner ideas that take 30 minutes or less

Along with taking less time to make, these recipes can also help you clean out your fridge. More>>

Sweet on sweet potatoes

Whatever varieties you like, and however you prepare them, now is the time to take full advantage of the sweet potato's full range. More>>

Home slice: Pumpkin pie

Pumpkin pie is an American original. More>>

Classic vegetable dishes: Cauliflower

Cauliflower is an unassuming powerhouse in the kitchen. More>>

How to make perfect scrambled eggs

Check out these steps to making perfectly creamy and soft scrambled eggs. More>>

One good find: Surryano Ham

Old world cured ham, American-style . More>>

Fall into apple season

Somehow, whatever you make with them and wherever you make it, apples always taste like home. More>>

20 great American bread bakeries

20 bakeries across the country stand out above the rest as pioneers and role models in the American artisan bread movement. More>>

Cooking with beer, from lagers to stouts

Beer's many distinct varieties, from hoppy pale ales to caramel-scented ambers and dark, textured stouts, make it a fantastic cooking ingredient More>>

Eat your eggplant

With this slew of delicious, globally-inspired recipes from classic Italian eggplant Parmesan to an Iraqi-Jewish eggplant and cucumber sandwich, now is the time for eggplant. More>>

Recipe & instructions: Homemade apple cider

Apple cider is healthy, refreshing and easy to make at home in an afternoon with basic kitchen tools. More>>

A passion for figs

Every year on the cusp of fall, you can find figs hanging like fat jewels from broad-leafed trees. But enjoy them while you can -- fig season is fleeting. More>>

Mole sauce: The pride of Puebla

Mole sauce, a specialty in the Mexican city of Puebla, takes several days and a small army to prepare. More>>

Peppermint bark recipes

Bring this sweet treat to a holiday potluck or party, and just smile enigmatically when the other guests assume you spent hours over the stove. More>>

Change your mind about fruitcake

This sophisticated take on the classic Christmas fruitcake  is far from a punchline. Sweet, spiced, and dense, with a bright rum glaze, it's a perfect holiday treat for giving as a gift — or for keeping to yourself. More>>

A thoroughly modern latke

It may not be traditional, but if you like a crispy, golden-brown exterior and a soft, fluffy interior, this latke is for you.
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Learning to love eggnog

You need to start this recipe the day before you plan on serving it, but it's well worth the wait. More>>

A bountiful shore: Celebrating Thanksgiving on the Chesapeake Bay

Thanksgiving is a coming together of one cook's favorite Eastern Shore traditions, and a celebration of the local foods that have fed the people of this peninsula for generations. More>>

Fun election-themed foods

This election year, try looking at the first Tuesday in November as what it truly is – the Super Bowl of politics! More>>

10 fatty foods that can actually be healthy

We've heard it before -- fatty foods are bad; they'll make a person fat and cause heart disease. But research is finding that this is not entirely true. More>>

Bell peppers: One ingredient, many ways

Bright and crunchy or smooth-roasted and mellow, bell peppers brighten up nearly any dish with their sweetness More>>

Healthy lunch box ideas for back to school

Coming up with healthy lunch box ideas your kids will actually enjoy is not always easy. Here are some suggestions. More>>

Elizabeth Coleman White, the mother of the blueberry

Summer's best berry was born not so many years ago in New Jersey. More>>

5 simple summer recipes for salad dressing

It's salad season! With locally grown veggies, fresh herbs, and grilled fish or meat, summer salads are scrumptious. More>>

10 worst foods to eat late at night

Before you grab that midnight snack, think twice -- certain foods can wreak havoc on your body and your sleep cycle if eaten at night. More>>

Savor the peaches of summer while they last

With autumn just around the corner, there is no excuse for waiting to get your peach fix. More>>

Oreo Twists its way into the storied history of food mascots and marketing

Oreo's new Twists graphics are part of the 100th anniversary celebration of the little cookie that could, but will they be remembered like some other food marketing ideas of the past? More>>

The wonders of watermelon

Like a Christmas ham, we kept slicing away at it day after day, and yet of this wonderful watermelon — just sweet enough, just crisp enough, but hardly filling at all — we never grew tired. More>>

Natural energy drinks that work

Getting a quick fix when you need energy is not necessarily a bad thing -- if you choose wisely. More>>

10 diet foods that make you feel full

One of the biggest challenges when you are trying to diet is to avoid feeling hungry. When that happens, consider some of these following items that can leave you feeling full. More>>

The cool and refreshing cucumber

When summer produce season enters its high point, it is the perfect time to enjoy cucumbers in as many was as possible. More>>

On top of the cherry

Delicious baked into pies, crumbles, and cakes, or providing a splash of sweet-tart flavor to meat and rice dishes, cherries are a treat perfect for any summer day. More>>

Pass the peas, please

Nearly all of the country's pea crop ends up frozen or in cans, so there is something particularly special about stumbling across the short-seasoned fresh variety in midsummer. More>>

How to make an authentic McDonald’s Big Mac right in your kitchen

McDonald's Canada tackles another consumer question by turning an ingredient-related query into a cooking tutorial. More>>

Mom's chicken salad

A simple chicken salad with pickle relish, onion, and hard-boiled eggs can be a gateway back to childhood.
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Parsley, the underrated ingredient

The practice of garnishing food with parsley dates back to ancient Rome, but it's time for this leafy herb to move from the edges of the plate to the center. More>>

10 best appetite-suppressing foods

Forget the fad diets and diet pills, which can be harmful anyway, and try eating a diet filled with appetite-suppressing foods, like the following 10. More>>

Homemade ice cream cookie sandwiches

A homemade ice cream cookie sandwich is the perfect, well-portioned summer treat. More>>

Why do McDonald's burgers look different from their advertisements?

McDonald's Director of Marketing tackles a popular fan question by taking you behind the scenes of an advertisement photoshoot. More>>

Eat green and gluten-free at The Happy Tart Video included

If gluten-free basically means wheat-free, then what's so green about that? To find the answer, Scott Meeks headed to The Happy Tart, a gluten-free bakery. More>>

The best in bread cookbooks

Experts recommend these books to assist in all of your bread-baking needs. More>>

Goodbye giant sodas? 4 ways to get around drink size restrictions

NYC may be banning large sugary drinks. How will you deal if your town is next? More>>

Relish the radish

Try them grated and tossed into a cabbage and radish slaw, added to potato salad for extra crunch, fermented into a spicy pickle, or roasted in the oven. More>>

Sauces and gravies made simple

Beurre manié is one of the best ways to thicken a sauce or a soup, period. More>>

Backyard barbecue ideas for Memorial Day

Hosting a backyard BBQ for Memorial Day is a great way to enjoy the warming weather, celebrate a time-honored tradition with friends and family, and try your hand at working that new grill. More>>

Red stalks of rhubarb

Rhubarb's vibrant red-green stalks can typically be found in the markets from early spring through mid-summer. More>>

Five essential tips for designing your kitchen

It's the little things that warm a space most, not the appliances or the layout or the material of the countertops. More>>

Classic New England baked beans

In New England, baked beans are an enduring tradition.
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A good head of lettuce

When it comes to the pure joy of crunch and refreshment, a whole head of lettuce is worth those extra five minutes with the salad spinner. More>>

Glorious mess -- Rochester's 'garbage plates'

In Rochester, N.Y., garbage is considered a delicacy. More>>

Celebrate Star Wars Day by flipping Yoda pancakes with your R2D2 spatula

Wake up on the right side of the Force with a Star Wars-themed breakfast courtesy of a few inexpensive kitchen gadgets. More>>

Cane syrup: Louisiana's answer to maple syrup

While undeniably sweet, cane syrup has a toasty, slightly bitter twang, and its buttery flavor is complex without being overpowering. More>>

4 superfoods for a healthier spring

The following four foods are perfect for preparing your body to transition into spring and keeping seasonal colds at bay. More>>

Horseradish: A surprisingly versatile root

With other fiery condiments like wasabi increasingly gaining favor in American kitchens, now seems like a perfect time for a horseradish renaissance. More>>

African spice: Nigerian meat pies

The spicy, curry-flavored meat pie, a staple of Lagosian food culture, came about when a traditional Cornish pasty met the Nigerian spice palate. More>>

Traditional Easter dinner menu ideas

Your Easter dinner will be a triumph with easy, traditional recipes that are guaranteed crowd pleasers. More>>

Flower power: Poppy seeds

Poppy seeds lend a rich, mysterious flavor to sweet and savory foods. More>>

What foods should you buy organic?

Karen Cicero asked two staff members at the Environmental Working Group what her organic must-buys should be -- and where she can save some money. More>>

The heart of artichokes

In the early spring when artichokes are at their peak, you can braise artichokes and toss them with pasta, or slice them into salads. More>>

Crunch time -- Pollystyle graham crackers

These graham crackers are a grown-up treat. More>>

Southern Comfort: Truly 'Old School' stone-ground grits

No instant grits here! These stone-ground grits are the genuine article. More>>

Make a spread with goat cheese

Tangy and nuanced with a hint of sweetness, soft, spreadable goat cheese has gone from relative unknown to everyday staple. More>>

The major health hazards of fast food

Because fast food is so convenient and cheap, it's hard to resist at times. Unfortunately, fast food can be one of the unhealthiest options out there when it comes to your diet. More>>

Heavenly corned beef hash

A dish of humble origins gets the fancy resort treatment. More>>

Traditional St. Patrick’s Day recipes Video included

Enjoy this hearty meal any day of the year, but especially on St. Patrick's Day, when everyone gets to be Irish for 24 hours. More>>

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