The only ingredients are Epsom salt and soy milk. The only equipment you'll need is a stainless steel pot, a couple of wooden spoons, and a piece of cheesecloth.
Artisanal cheesemakers represent a new version of an old American dream: people making living doing what they want, where they want, on their own land. An MIT anthropologist looks inside the growing world of do-it-yourself American cheesemakers.
Make a loaf of this nutty bread with a hint of citrus this weekend and enjoy it for breakfast all week.
This "thumbprint" fudgy, nutty cookie with a caramel center is perfect for holiday parties.
Chestnuts are nutty and slightly sweet and pair beautifully with woodsy sage and salty pancetta. Add them all to a thick pasta for hearty and satisfying meal.
Japanese matcha green tea and bittersweet chocolate make these buttery shortbread cookies deliciously decadent, with coffee or tea.
An easy appetizer that tastes delicious, takes only five minutes to make, and can be prepared hours ahead of the party.
Warm pita wraps filled with sautéed greens, tofu, mushrooms, and onions make for a satisfying meal with umami flavors.
Crunchy cereal cookies topped with festive red and green maraschino cherries are a retro Christmas treat.
A homesick Texan finds home in Paris by recreating Tex-Mex favorites with Parisian ingredients.
Tis the season of holiday eating. Try this simple orange glaze over chicken for a healthy meal.
This cake is perfect for a party or holiday meal. Spend some time baking it with a friend or family member and for an extra set of hands, and an extra special slice of bonding.
Kids and adults alike love these festive treats, and they are a perfect make-ahead, portable party delight. Stored in an airtight container, they will last for days, and paired with green ribbon, they make a lovely gift.
Busy months like December require easy dinners that you can prepare by throwing together a few basic ingredients, while still resulting in a tummy-warming winter meal. This eggplant parmesan pizza fits the bill perfectly.
This hearty ziti and sausage dinner layers flavors of Italian sausage, onion, fennel bulb, crushed red pepper, tomato, and Parmesan deliciously. It's adapted from 'Lidia’s Favorite Recipes.'
"Toast" is a poignant memoir by British food writer Nigel Slater.
Perfect for dunking in coffee or tea, homemade biscotti keeps for a couple weeks and is great to have on hand when friends drop by. Get creative and add any type of dried fruit or nuts to the dough.
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