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Gougères with Manchego and Black Pepper
Published: October 2017
Gougères with Manchego and Black Pepper
Airy, elegant French cheese puffs, known as gougères, deliver toasty flavor with…
Gougères with Aged Gouda and Smoked Paprika
Published: October 2017
Gougères with Aged Gouda and Smoked Paprika
Airy, elegant French cheese puffs, known as gougères, deliver toasty flavor with…
Gougères
Published: October 2017
Gougères
Airy, elegant French cheese puffs, known as gougères, deliver toasty flavor with…
Chopped Carrot Salad with Fennel, Orange, and Hazelnuts
Published: October 2017
Chopped Carrot Salad with Fennel, Orange, and Hazelnuts
Forget about your grater, your peeler, and any preconceptions of what carrot sal…
Red Wine Risotto with Beans (Paniscia)
Published: October 2017
Red Wine Risotto with Beans (Paniscia)
Northern Italians put an unexpected spin on risotto for a satisfying one-pot mea…
Coffee Cake with Pecan-Cinnamon Streusel
Published: October 2017
Coffee Cake with Pecan-Cinnamon Streusel
Could we streamline the process for this breakfast treat and still produce a sof…
Ground Beef and Cheese Enchiladas
Published: October 2017
Ground Beef and Cheese Enchiladas
Say goodbye to the enchiladas you thought you knew. Techniques from both sides o…
Thick-Cut Oven Fries
Published: January 2018
Thick-Cut Oven Fries
Roasted potato planks aren't French fries. To mimic the real deal's delicately c…
Chopped Carrot Salad with Mint, Pistachios, and Pomegranate Seeds
Published: January 2018
Chopped Carrot Salad with Mint, Pistachios, and Pomegranate Seeds
Forget about your grater, your peeler, and any preconceptions of what carrot sal…
Chopped Carrot Salad with Celery and Raisins
Published: October 2017
Chopped Carrot Salad with Celery and Raisins
Forget about your grater, your peeler, and any preconceptions of what carrot sal…
Chopped Carrot Salad with Radishes and Sesame Seeds
Published: October 2017
Chopped Carrot Salad with Radishes and Sesame Seeds
Forget about your grater, your peeler, and any preconceptions of what carrot sal…
Creamy French-Style Scrambled Eggs
Published: October 2017
Creamy French-Style Scrambled Eggs
For incredibly lush and creamy eggs, the key is to take things slow.
Dark Chocolate Chips
Published: January 2018
Dark Chocolate Chips
With chocolate chips now coming in different shapes, sizes, and even cacao perce…
Buy the Winner
Chocolate Cream Pie
Published: November 2017
Chocolate Cream Pie
There’s no better match for our tender, flaky pie crust than a chocolate cream f…
Compact Spatulas
Published: October 2017
Compact Spatulas
The surprisingly versatile utensil that can handle (almost) anything.
Wine Openers (Twist Corkscrews)
Published: October 2017
Wine Openers (Twist Corkscrews)
Wine can be intimidating. Your corkscrew shouldn’t make it more so.
Automatic Hand Soap Dispensers
Published: October 2017
Automatic Hand Soap Dispensers
Whether you’ve been handling raw chicken or buttery dough, there’s an easy way t…
Small Cutting Boards
Published: October 2017
Small Cutting Boards
Compact cutting boards can be easier to handle and clean than their larger count…
Testing High-End Blenders
Published: December 2017
Testing High-End Blenders
We investigate the new crop of pricey blenders to see what you get—and whether i…
Creamy French-Style Scrambled Eggs
Published: December 2017
Creamy French-Style Scrambled Eggs
For incredibly lush and creamy eggs, the key is to take things slow.
Coffee Cake with Pecan-Cinnamon Streusel
Published: December 2017
Coffee Cake with Pecan-Cinnamon Streusel
Could we streamline the process for this breakfast treat and still produce a sof…
Gougères
Published: December 2017
Gougères
Airy, elegant French cheese puffs, known as gougères, deliver toasty flavor with…
Chopped Carrot Salad with Mint, Pistachios, and Pomegranate Seeds
Published: December 2017
Chopped Carrot Salad with Mint, Pistachios, and Pomegranate Seeds
Forget about your grater, your peeler, and any preconceptions of what carrot sal…
Red Wine Risotto with Beans (Paniscia)
Published: December 2017
Red Wine Risotto with Beans (Paniscia)
Northern Italians put an unexpected spin on risotto for a satisfying one-pot mea…
Chicken Piccata
Published: December 2017
Chicken Piccata
For a sauce with deep citrus flavor, don't waste any part of the lemon.
Thick-Cut Oven Fries
Published: December 2017
Thick-Cut Oven Fries
Roasted potato planks aren't French fries. To mimic the real deal's delicately c…
Chinese-Style Barbecued Spareribs
Published: December 2017
Chinese-Style Barbecued Spareribs
Cantonese restaurants employ lengthy marinades and specialty ovens to produce th…
Ground Beef and Cheese Enchiladas
Published: December 2017
Ground Beef and Cheese Enchiladas
Say goodbye to the enchiladas you thought you knew. Techniques from both sides o…
Tart Pomegranate Molasses
Published: October 2017
Tart Pomegranate Molasses
Pomegranate molasses is a pantry staple throughout the eastern portion of the Me…
Chicken Piccata for Two
Published: October 2017
Chicken Piccata for Two
For a sauce with deep citrus flavor, don't waste any part of the lemon.
Thick-Cut Oven Fries for Two
Published: October 2017
Thick-Cut Oven Fries for Two
Roasted potato planks aren't French fries. To mimic the real deal's delicately c…
Published: October 2017
How Seasoning Changes with Serving Temperature
Have you ever noticed that foods served either hot or chilled need to be seasone…
Published: October 2017
The Fastest Way to Dice Avocados for a Crowd
Making a big batch of guacamole? Use this shortcut.
Published: October 2017
How to Prevent Cracks in Pie Crust
Use these two tips to ensure your pie dough edges are entirely fray-free.
Published: October 2017
How to Prevent Pastry Bag Leaks
Here's the best way to prevent the filling from leaking out of the tip as you fi…
Published: October 2017
What Are St. Louis-Style Spareribs?
We explain where they come from and why we prefer them.
Published: October 2017
What To Do with Leftover Lemon Grass
Don't toss those extra leaves! Here's how to use them to make homegrown shoots.
Published: October 2017
Two Ways to Store Ginger
We tested a few popular ginger-storing methods to determine which ones really wo…
Published: October 2017
Why You Should Store Spices in Glass
After a week of being stored in it, our freshly ground five-spice powder melted …
Published: October 2017
Common Types of Salami
Here are some of the distinguishing features of genoa, hard salami, and soppress…
Published: October 2017
Substituting Meyer Lemons
Can Meyer lemons be used in place of standard lemons? We entered the test kitche…
Chinese-Style Barbecued Spareribs
Published: January 2018
Chinese-Style Barbecued Spareribs
Cantonese restaurants employ lengthy marinades and specialty ovens to produce th…
How to Use a Waiter’s Corkscrew to Open a Bottle of Wine
Published: December 2017
How to Use a Waiter’s Corkscrew to Open a Bottle of Wine
It’s not hard to use a waiter’s corkscrew—it just takes a little practice. Here’…
How to Use a Winged Corkscrew to Open a Bottle of Wine
Published: December 2017
How to Use a Winged Corkscrew to Open a Bottle of Wine
Winged corkscrews can remove corks very quickly and with relatively little effor…
How to Use a Continuous-Turn Corkscrew to Open a Bottle of Wine
Published: December 2017
How to Use a Continuous-Turn Corkscrew to Open a Bottle of Wine
Continuous-turn corkscrews take almost all the guesswork out of opening a bottle…
Testing Small Cutting Boards
Published: December 2017
Testing Small Cutting Boards
Compact cutting boards can be easier to handle and clean than their larger count…
Testing Automatic Hand Soap Dispensers
Published: December 2017
Testing Automatic Hand Soap Dispensers
Whether you’ve been handling raw chicken or buttery dough, there’s an easy way t…
Testing Wine Openers (Twist Corkscrews)
Published: December 2017
Testing Wine Openers (Twist Corkscrews)
Wine can be intimidating. Your corkscrew shouldn’t make it more so.
Testing Compact Spatulas
Published: November 2017
Testing Compact Spatulas
The surprisingly versatile utensil that can handle (almost) anything.
Tasting Canned Chickpeas
Published: December 2017
Tasting Canned Chickpeas
When it comes to choosing canned chickpeas, the secret’s in the salt.
The Best Dark Chocolate Chips
Published: December 2017
The Best Dark Chocolate Chips
With chocolate chips now coming in different shapes, sizes, and even cacao perce…
Testing High-End Blenders
Published: December 2017
Testing High-End Blenders
We investigate the new crop of pricey blenders to see what you get—and whether i…
Creamy French Scrambled Eggs
Published: December 2017
Creamy French Scrambled Eggs
For incredibly lush and creamy eggs, the key is to take things slow.
Rethinking Coffee Cake
Published: December 2017
Rethinking Coffee Cake
Could we streamline the process for this breakfast treat and still produce a sof…
Bringing Back Gougères
Published: December 2017
Bringing Back Gougères
Airy, elegant French cheese puffs, known as gougères, deliver toasty flavor with…
Great—Not Grated—Carrot Salads
Published: December 2017
Great—Not Grated—Carrot Salads
Forget about your grater, your peeler, and any preconceptions of what carrot sal…
Red Wine Risotto with Beans
Published: December 2017
Red Wine Risotto with Beans
Northern Italians put an unexpected spin on risotto for a satisfying one-pot mea…
Next-Level Chicken Piccata
Published: December 2017
Next-Level Chicken Piccata
For a sauce with deep citrus flavor, don't waste any part of the lemon.
Really Good (Oven) Fries
Published: December 2017
Really Good (Oven) Fries
Roasted potato planks aren't French fries. To mimic the real deal's delicately c…
Chinese Barbecued Spareribs
Published: December 2017
Chinese Barbecued Spareribs
Cantonese restaurants employ lengthy marinades and specialty ovens to produce th…
Revamping Ground Beef Enchiladas
Published: December 2017
Revamping Ground Beef Enchiladas
Say goodbye to the enchiladas you thought you knew. Techniques from both sides o…

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