Category Archives: Food

Special Sauce: Daniel Rose on Finding Joy at the Table

[ad_1] [Photograph: Owen Franken. Leeks Photograph: Le Coucou, Corry Arnold.] How did Daniel Rose, New York City’s chef of the moment (both The New York Times and New York Magazine called his restaurant, Le Coucou, the best new restaurant of the year), decide between cooking and architecture? “It dawned on me that if I went… Read More »

Kenji’s Favorite Recipes of 2016

[ad_1] [Photographs: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt, except where noted] It’s been another great year of recipes at Serious Eats, both at my home kitchen here in San Mateo, and back at Serious Eats World Headquarters in New York, where Daniel and Stella have been cooking and baking up a storm. Can I just stop for a… Read More »

The 9 Worst Retro Foods The Holidays Have Ever Endured

[ad_1] Retro is often exciting, especially in fashion. But when it comes to food, retro is usually meet with horror ― and for good reason. Retro foods are beloved by only the culinary brave; to all others, they’re an atrocity. They’ve been known to ruin a great many appetites. We’ve seen some scary retro recipes out there,… Read More »

Mushroom Lentil Spaghetti “Bolognese”

[ad_1] Have you seen those lists of the new 2017 trends? You know, the ones that go around the internet this time of year predicting everything from the popularity of coconut oil to the color of pale pink we’ll all be wearing in the spring? One that caught my attention lately is that “they” are saying that… Read More »

22 Christmas Cookies to Spread the Holiday Cheer

[ad_1] [Photographs: Vicky Wasik] Christmas is cookie season—the fact that cookies are inexpensive, easy to make in bulk, and downright delicious make them the perfect food for giving as gifts. They’re also undeniable crowd-pleasers. Who would turn down a tray of freshly baked cookies? Sugar cookies are the most traditional choice at Christmas, and we’ve… Read More »