French Classic

French-Style Pork Stew

We wanted a stew with lots of pork flavor but without a lot of heaviness. Could a traditional French recipe pave the way?

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Squash Showstopper

Roasted Butternut Squash with Yogurt and Sesame Seeds

For great caramelization, don’t drown squash in sugar or syrup. Instead, sharpen your knife.

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Spicy Shrimp

Shrimp Fra Diavolo

For a dish that didn’t remind us of rubbery seafood in spicy marinara, we started by getting the shrimp’s briny flavor to come out of its shell.

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Peppery Crust

Pepper-Crusted Beef Tenderloin Roast

Tenderloin with a crunchy peppercorn crust sounds ideal—but not when it cracks off the roast or has a flavor so spicy that it overpowers the beef.

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Sunny Side Up

Perfect Fried Eggs

A classic fried egg features a tender white with crisp, lacy, brown edges and a fluid but lightly thickened yolk. Could we crack the code to making a perfect one?

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Classic Cookie

Chewy Sugar Cookies

Everyone thinks it's easy to make classic buttery-tasting sugary cookies that are crisp at the edges and chewy in the center. But it's more difficult than it seems.

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Hearty Stew

Best Chicken Stew

Everyone knows that when it comes to making stew, beef is king. Everyone is wrong.

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Chocolate Finale

Rich Chocolate Tart

Most chocolate tart recipes have similar ingredients, but why do some turn out dull and others shine? We set out to solve the mystery.

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