Stir-fried chicken, walnuts and vegetables in lettuce puffs is one of my favorite dishes.
You can enjoy the flavors of India without the hours usually spent in making this dish. Dal means lentils and is one of the common ingredients used in Indian cooking. For this dish the lentils are made into a thick dal sauce and served with sauteed lamb cubes.
With thoughts of Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day coming up this weekend, here’s an Asian-inspired easy dinner to celebrate both. It’s made with jumbo shrimp and vermicelli noodles, also called rice noodles.
Aunt Jemima is making her last batch of pancakes.
Whether it's kimchi, beets or broccoli, the pandemic has had a strange impact on food cravings that goes beyond the joy of comfort eating.
Parents now have an extra reason to say no to candy, cake and ice cream for young children.
Here’s a special, quick and easy dinner that’s perfect for this holiday time. Beef tenderloin medallions cook in under 10 minutes, and the sauce takes only a few more.
With a new Black editor in chief and ambitious promises to do better, a little corner of the Conde Nast universe is taking on racial and cultural injustice one recipe at a time.
Like so many during the pandemic, Galadriel Strauser has kept contact with people outside her socially distanced COVID "bubble" to a minimum.
Hot tomato soup and a melted cheese sandwich was one of my favorite suppers growing up. It seems like an American standard. Here’s a modern, vegetarian, version and a little bit of nostalgia for this comforting supper.
As the restaurant death toll soars across the U.S.— nearly one in six U.S. restaurants have closed since the start of the pandemic— Matthew Kenney sees opportunity to grow.
I always feel that fish is the original fast food. It cooks in just minutes. For this 5-minute recipe, I use tilapia, because its easily available, reasonably priced and goes well with the sauce.