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Colonial America Was Obsessed With Chocolate That Probably Tasted Pretty Bad - MUNCHIES

Colonial America Was Obsessed With Chocolate That Probably Tasted Pretty Bad

Even as the colonists grew to appreciate the flavor of chocolate, they also ate it as a health food.

Lynch had no skills to back up the title. But her home economics teacher and a former boss had faith, and her back.

How Barbara Lynch Talked Her Way into Her First Executive Chef Gig

Lynch had no skills to back up the title. But her home economics teacher and a former boss had faith, and her back.

How to Use Dried Mushrooms to Punch up Everything from Stocks to Compound Butter | Chef Katie Button just convinced us we've made a huge mistake by overlooking this pantry staple.

How to Use Dried Mushrooms to Punch up Everything from Stocks to Compound Butter

Chef Katie Button just convinced us we've made a huge mistake by overlooking this pantry staple.

Chef Daniel Skurnick's egg yolk hack has transformed my dairy-free kitchen. Geek out with me here. For Food & Wine.

How Le Coucou's Pastry Chef Uses Egg Yolks to Elevate Literally Any Dish He Cooks at Home

You're already doing it with carbonara, so use this ingredient that you already have in your fridge to turn up everything from pasta to pan sauce.

Lior Lev Sercarz uses Tahini all over his kitchen. His tip for buying, storing, using, and always running out. (Food & Wine series.)

The Best Tahini to Buy, Plus, How to Use It on Everything, According to Lior Lev Sercarz

Some chefs travel with a favorite knife. Lior Lev Sercarz brings tahini everywhere he goes.

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How Gavin Kaysen of Spoon and Stable Went from Having a Boss to Being One

The Minneapolis chef reflects on his mentors, Daniel Boulud and Thomas Keller, and how they helped guide him through the rocky, early days of his acclaimed restaurant.

An Entirely Different Way to Get Those Smokey Flavors This Summer | Chef Chris Coleman of Stoke in Charlotte, North Carolina uses the radiant heat of embers to infuse oil and replicate pit-cooking.

An Entirely Different Way to Get Those Smokey Flavors This Summer

Chef Chris Coleman of Stoke in Charlotte, North Carolina uses the radiant heat of embers to infuse oil and replicate pit-cooking.

My dessert ravioli with goat cheese, walnut and honey, in the March issue of Easy Eats Magazine. (gluten free)

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Homeward Bound: Chef Floyd Cardoz Returns to India  "What if you were given the chance to revisit the place that shaped your entire perception of food? North End Grill chef and Top Chef Masters winner Floyd Cardoz did just that, returning to Goa, India, where he visited his great-grandmother every summer before emigrating to the United States 25 years ago. Here, he shares both his snapshots and his impressions of India's rapidly evolving food culture today. "  January, 2014 on Serious Eats

Homeward Bound: Chef Floyd Cardoz Returns to India

What if you were given the chance to revisit the place that shaped your entire perception of food? North End Grill chef and Top Chef Masters winner Floyd Cardoz did just that, returning to Goa, India, where he visited his great-grandmother every summer before emigrating to the United States 25 years ago. Here, he shares both his snapshots and his impressions of India's rapidly evolving food culture today.

"Bake cookies that everyone can enjoy, regardless of dietary restrictions: Silvana Nardone put together a list of the best Christmas cookie recipes, and they're all gluten free."  (Recipe of mine included)

20 Delicious, Gluten-Free Holiday Cookies

Food Network put together a list of the best Christmas cookie recipes, and they're all gluten free.

How Three of New York's Top Pastry Chefs Helped Me Make a Wedding Cake: Part Four  A bakery on a tiny island closes, and all of a sudden I have six weeks to pick professional brains, do a test run or two, pack up my kitchen, fly to St. Croix, and make a 3-tiered wedding cake for my oldest girlfriend. Here's Part Four of how it all happened.  June, 2014 on Serious Eats

How 3 of New York's Top Pastry Chefs Helped Me Make a Wedding Cake: Part Four

A bakery on a tiny island closes, and all of a sudden I have six weeks to pick professional brains, do a test run or two, pack up my kitchen, fly to St. Croix, and make a 3-tiered wedding cake for my oldest girlfriend. Here's Part Four of how it all happened.

Step into Michael Laiskonis' Dessert Laboratory  October, 2014 on Serious Eats

Step Inside Michael Laiskonis's Dessert Laboratory

Michael Laiskonis, formerly the pastry chef of Le Bernardin in New York and now the creative director of the Institute of Culinary Education, is one of the pastry world's most gifted thinkers, teachers, and scientific tinkerers. We stepped into his kitchen to see what makes him tick.

Goetta: The Cincinnati German-American Breakfast Staple  October, 2013 on Serious Eats

Goetta: The Cincinnati German-American Breakfast Staple

Goetta is a German-American breakfast staple close to the heart of Cincinnatians and the lucky out-of-towners that discover it. But where did it come from and what's all the fuss? We give you a bit of the history and where you can nosh on it now.

Flying With Knives: How Chefs Prepare and Travel for Food Festival Season  "Chefs travel all over the world to cook for us, far from the comfort of their own kitchens. So with food festival season coming at us full speed, we check in with a slew of pros to find out how they do it, and how we can be better attendees."  May, 2014 on Serious Eats

Flying With Knives: How Chefs Prepare and Travel for Food Festival Season

Chefs travel all over the world to cook for us, far from the comfort of their own kitchens. So with food festival season coming at us full speed, we check in with a slew of pros to find out how they do it, and how we can be better attendees.

30 Chef To Watch: Justin Burdett of Ruka's Table for Plate Magazine

Artichoke and Ricotta Fritters

PlateOnline.com is an interactive community for professional chefs, featuring the web’s largest food industry recipe database, fully searchable by ingredient, cuisine, menu price, keywords and food cost. The site also offers chef and food news, seasonal recipe selections, beverage trends, chef and beverage blogs, and more.

My feature in Easy Eats Magazine's May/June 2012 issue brought six amazing chefs together to free some classics of their glutenous bonds.

Easy Eats Magazine: Chef Daniel Holzman of The Meatball Shops

My first piece with Chef Daniel Holzman was a meatball recipe for Easy Eats Magazine. Thank god.

It's not a tasting menu. It's an eating menu. Check out Chef Shane Lyons' new chef's counter at New York's Distilled.

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It's not a tasting menu. It's an eating menu. Check out Chef Shane Lyons' new chef's counter at New York's Distilled.

Fire up your senses with this spicy-sweet-salty "Magic Dust." Find out how to make it and how to use it (magic popcorn, anyone?).  January, 2015 on Tasting Table

Fire Up Your Senses with Spicy-Sweet-Salty Magic Dust

Fire up your senses with this spicy-sweet-salty "Magic Dust." Find out how to make it and how to use it (magic popcorn, anyone?).

Michelle Polzine Makes Hungarian Pastries Her Own. In the Eastern Europe edition of Plate Magazine.

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Review of Chef George Mendes' stunning book, My Portugal. Photo Brent Herrig.

George Mendes: My Portugal

A stunning new cookbook that brings us home.

Ned Elliot of Foreign and Domestic is the founder of Indie Chefs Week, which brings some of the United States' most underserved talent to Austin for a long weekend of tasting dinners. But his opinions on moving food journalism forward were even more fascinating than the food.

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Ned Elliot of Foreign and Domestic is the founder of Indie Chefs Week, which brings some of the United States' most underserved talent to Austin for a long weekend of tasting dinners. But his opinions on moving food journalism forward were even more fascinating than the food.

Ned Elliot of Foreign and Domestic on What Makes Indie Chefs Week Great (for Plate Magazine).

Ned Elliot Explains What Makes Indie Chef Week Great

Ned Elliot, chef/owner of Austin’s Foreign & Domestic, has been cooking professionally for over 20 years. A Cincinnati native, he worked under prestigious chefs in New York before garnering several “Best New Chefs” nominations for his casual yet refined menu in Texas.

Love, Illness, Habit, Happiness

Essay on reframing habit and drastically resetting my entire life, on The Reset.

Giving Myself A Future By Being Present - The Reset

By breaking my addiction to the clutter and chatter of daily life, I found myself and how to be present.

5 Things This Lady Learned from Sending Out 33 OKCupid Messages on Heritage Radio

5 Things This Lady Learned from Sending Out 33 OKCupid Messages

"Please Don't Call Me Pretty--I'm Just Sick and Skinny." My feature on illness and body image issues, for @bustmagazine.

Please Don’t Call Me Pretty—

I’m Just Sick and 
Skinny: BUST True Story

When illness causes weight loss, reactions from friends, family, and even strangers can be “positive” in the worst possible way. When I was 27 y...

Most fully-grown parrots have the mental capacity of a four- or  five-year-old human child, and they yearn to connect. My story on loneliness and connecting with a parrot for The Lonely Hour.

My Friend, the Parrot

Most fully-grown parrots have the mental capacity of a four- or five-year-old human child, and they yearn to connect.

Why I'm Starting a 40-Day Social Media and Dating App Cleanse

Why I'm Starting a 40-Day Social Media and Dating App Cleanse

Jacqueline Raposo is a writer and the producer and co-host of Love Bites Radio for Heritage Radio Network. I've kinda sorta really nearly f...

HOW I LEARNED TO DATE WITH A CHRONIC ILLNESS on COSMOPOLITAN: It's hard to be available when your body can betray you at any time.​

How I Learned to Date With a Chronic Illness

It's hard to be available when your body can betray you at any time.

I DIDN'T KNOW I WAS ADDICTED TO A DRUG 40 TIMES MORE POTENT THAN HEROIN... UNTIL I TRIED GETTING OFF OF IT. A featured post on BlogHer.

I Didn't Know I Was Addicted to a Drug 40 Times More Potent Than Heroin... Until I Tried Getting Off of It

I remember clearly the first time I experienced true withdrawal. Cheering my brother on in a triathlon in Washington DC on a particularly bright and hot summer day, I was soon a pool of sweat. My jaw wouldn't stop grinding my teeth from side to

I'm a Single Woman in My Thirties - Am I A Cliche? A featured post on BlogHer.

Dating Advice, Sex & Tips on Marriage | SheKnows

I've been angry, recently. And sad. Yes... I'm sad. Because I'm lonely. I'm thirty-four and single. And I'm not quite sure how I got here.I have a weekly radio show on Heritage Radio Network - Love Bites - where my co-host

Lyme disease saps my strength, and with it, my ability to maintain relationships.

My Chronic Illness Has Cost Me More Than Just My Health

Autoimmune issues sap my strength, and with it, my ability to maintain relationships.

I've devoted an entire year to studying habit abstinence. Making almond milk equaled a stellar takeaway when studying Zero Waste.

This Homemade Almond Milk Is Magic

Plus save some cash and the planet while you're at it

I could blame it on my medical issues, but the truth is that I never wanted children.

I Can't Have Children — but I Don't Want to Anyway

I could blame it on my medical issues, but the truth is that I never wanted children.

Miracle weight loss? Withdrawal headaches? It's complicated. I talked to a neuroscientist, a doctor, and a science journalist to get the full story for Saveur magazine.

What Happens to Your Brain and Body When You Quit Sugar for 30 Days?

Miracle weight loss? Withdrawal headaches? It's complicated. We talked to a neuroscientist, a doctor, and a science journalist to get the full story.

Please Don't Call Me Pretty - I'm Just Sick and Skinny.

Please Don’t Call Me “Pretty” — I’m Just Sick and Skinny

When I was 27 years old, I weighed 105 pounds and was extremely sick. Over a span of 15 years, I’d been extensively treated twice for Lyme disease, with waves of debilitating illness interrupting…

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Trace the colonization of the Caribbean through the rice dishes beloved by these Caribbean chefs. Feature for Plate magazine.

Trace the Colonization of the Caribbean Through Rice

Exploring self-identity through rice dishes isn’t an absurd concept in the Caribbean. “Growing up on the island of St. Croix, you’re taught American history. I’m an American. Christopher Columbus discovered this place,” begins Crucian chef Digby Stridiron. “So, rice and beans are Spanish, right? I thought that my whole life, until about five or six years ago when I started piecing the puzzle together.”

Chef Marcus Samuelsson: Famed Chefs Deliver Meals to 18,000 Homebound Elderly. You Can, Too.

Famed Chefs Deliver Meals to 18,000 Homebound Elderly. You Can, Too. | The Village Voice

Every weekend, 18,000 elderly New Yorkers open their doors to Citymeals on Wheels volunteers. On holidays, Citymeals is there, too, delivering shelf-stable pantry items and...

Helping Afghan Farmers, One Thread at a Time

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In 2010, Kimberly Jung was a lieutenant in the United States Army, overseeing a platoon of forty soldiers in Afghanistan. Her team did route surveys, where they’d search for and remove roadside bombs to keep roads safe for both military personnel and civilians. It took complicated machinery and a lot of guessing to find the deeply buried bombs, and often, insurgents would replace them mere hours later. “It was an endless cycle that didn’t seem to lead anywhere,” Jung says. “I felt something…

"Is the Restaurant Industry Hospitable to African-Americans?" My coverage of the Harlem Hospitality and Culinary Conference for Plate Magazine.

Is the Restaurant Industry Hospitable to African-Americans?

There are not nearly enough success stories about black men who want to succeed in the culinary industry.

Lessons from the Harlem Hospitality and Culinary Conference from neighborhood restaurateurs and developers.

Here’s What’s Going On in the Harlem Dining Scene

It’s not often that you hear neighborhood chefs or restaurateurs pondering “collective marketing strategies,” but in New York’s uber-competitive culinary scene, making sure your offerings...

Other People's Food - The Sporkful explores IS THIS FOOD RACIST. Coverage on the Village Voice.

Is This Food Racist? WNYC’s ‘The Sporkful’ Explores ‘Other People’s Food’ | The Village Voice

“How do our assumptions about people affect our assumptions about their food…and how do other people’s stereotypes about our food affect how we feel about...

CONSUMED: A new film brings GMO's to the Thriller World. On the Village Voice.

GMOs are Haunting in New Thriller 'Consumed'

A woman walks into a rural Iowa grocery store, clad in jeans, sneakers and an old baseball cap. She picks up a can of chicken soup, scans the...

Rescue Chocolate Serves Up Sweet Vegan Treats With a Side of Advocacy (2)

Rescue Chocolate Serves Up Sweet Vegan Treats With a Side of Advocacy | The Village Voice

When Sarah Gross moved to New York City in 2008, she made it a goal to try every vegan chocolate she could get her hands...

Chefs Dish on Kitchen Diversity  "Mother Jones magazine hosted a panel discussion with chefs Marcus Samuelsson, Gabrielle Hamilton, Charlene Johnson-Hadley and Floyd Cardoz, where the chefs weighed in on their experience as minorities in executive seats, and where they hope things will turn in the future."  March, 2014 on Serious Eats

Chefs Dish on Kitchen Diversity

Last night, Mother Jones magazine hosted a panel discussion with chefs Marcus Samuelsson, Gabrielle Hamilton, Charlene Johnson-Hadley and Floyd Cardoz, where the chefs weighed in on their experience as minorities in executive seats, and where they hope things will turn in the future.

Chefs Doing Good: Ed Lee Gives Underprivileged Kids a Chance. On Plate Magazine.

Edward Lee Gives Underprivileged Kids a Chance

Anatomy of a Recovery Effort: Why Governor Isn't Reopening After Sandy | Serious Eats

Anatomy of a Recovery Effort: Why Governor Isn't Reopening After Sandy

On Monday, news broke that Governor in Dumbo will not reopen after months of construction delays and unexpected costs, after having been ravaged by Hurricane Sandy. While the food scene is reeling at how the $42,000 raised for its reopening is going to be returned or reallocated, Chef Brad McDonald has left the restaurant group and been silent to the press. We spoke with McDonald back in November about what state the recovery was in, and were awaiting an updated interview when Monday's news…

Products, Entrepreneurs

The Pudding Truck Catering’s Carrie Cohen has an unstoppable passion for delivering pudding to eaters.

Carrie Cohen’s Pudding Truck and her Unstoppable Passion for Pudding - Lunch Rush

The Pudding Truck Catering’s Carrie Cohen launched her business before she turned 30 and she has an unstoppable passion for delivering pudding to eaters.

Robert Reffkin ’00, Profile for Columbia College Today

“The Journey Was the Exciting Part”

Compass CEO Robert Reffkin ’00, BUS’03on creating his own path to success,from Rude Boy to real estate.

Brooklyn Dehlhi's Chitra Agrawal grew up eating tons of achaar — intensely flavored Indian pickles. And now she sells them, too.

Brooklyn Delhi Brings Award-Winning Indian Achaar to New York | The Village Voice

Brooklyn Delhi’s Chitra Agrawal grew up eating tons of achaar — intensely flavored Indian pickles. Years later, as an adult, Agrawal brought jars of homemade achaar made by...

Born in Brooklyn, Pure Genius Makes Seriously Sweet Bean Brownies

Born in Brooklyn, Pure Genius Makes Seriously Sweet Bean Brownies | The Village Voice

When thinking of a satisfying sweet treat, “bean brownies” aren’t the first thing that come to mind. They’re often chalky or overly gooey replications of their...

Chefs Miro and Shilpa Uskokovic share 9 essential kitchen tools from India, beloved for both design and function -- Destination Design for Saveur Magazine!

9 Great Kitchen Tools to Bring Back From India

Two pastry chefs' must-have grinding stones, tiffins, and indestructible market baskets.

Michael Schwarz is quick to point out that his creamy, French-style cheeses are not a vegan take on Brie or cheddar. He’s not coloring or flavoring vegan ingredients to look like plastic-wrapped slices of bright orange “American” cheese, either. Instead, he introduces his Treeline Treenut Cheese with, “This is cheese...

In Upstate New York, Treeline Vegan Cheeses Are Making International Waves | The Village Voice

Michael Schwarz is quick to point out that his creamy, French-style cheeses are not a vegan take on Brie or cheddar. He’s not coloring or...

It was a hot, crowded season in Sag Harbor — the dreamy town nestled on the northern most point of the Hamptons’ south fork jutting into the Atlantic – and Lynda Sylvester had an idea. Her home furnishing store, Sylvester & Co., needed a product that would lure customers back...

Small Business Brewing: Red Thread Good Brings Cold Brew Out of the Hamptons | The Village Voice

It was a hot, crowded season in Sag Harbor — the dreamy town nestled on the northernmost point of the Hamptons’ south fork — and...

New York’s ‘Scent Sommelier’ Wants to Break Your Wine Tasting Rules - Profile of Kelly Jones for VinePair

New York's 'Scent Sommelier' Wants to Break Your Wine Tasting Rules

Kelly + Jones, a line of wine-scented perfumes and essential oils, makes a strong argument for wearing fragrance to a wine tasting.

With Nighcap Riot, a funky mix of theatre, art and kombucha comes to Greenpoint. On the Village Voice

With Nightcap Riot, a Mix of Entertainment and Kombucha Comes to Greenpoint | The Village Voice

When we consider the strengths of a new restaurant, we often speak of “cohesion.” Every chef or restaurateur will tell you that it’s a quality...

Up in Harlem, Making Toffee is a Family Affair. My profile of family-run LAURIE AND SONS on the Village Voice.

Up in Harlem, Making Artisan Toffee Is a Family Affair | The Village Voice

Working with family doesn’t always spark the most aspirational images: think the insanity of the Osbournes, Kardashians, Trumps (gasp), and Lohans. But when it comes...

MOMBUCHA brews culture and community in Brooklyn, One Sip at a Time.

Mombucha Brews Culture and Community in Brooklyn, One Sip at a Time | The Village Voice

The floor of Rich Awn’s car was sticky. The year was 2005, and he was lugging bowls and bottles of the kombucha his mom made...

A day in the work of Eric Bonnin, potter. For Wonderment and Co.

Form Follows Function | Wonderment & Co

Ceramacist Eric Bonnin perfects his skill and finds beauty in calm repetition.

"Helping Afghan Farmers, One Thread at a Time." Military Veterans found Rumi Spice. My profile for Plate Magazine.

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Behind the Scenes at Jacques Torres's Chocolate Factory: Where Science, Craftsmanship, and Magic Merge

Behind the Scenes at Jacques Torres’s Chocolate Factory: Where Science, Craftsmanship, and Magic Merge | The Village Voice

Jacques Torres is a craftsman. His father was a craftsman, too. “[My father] never made any money,” Torres tells the Village Voice. “He was more...

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The Pudding Truck Catering’s Carrie Cohen has an unstoppable passion for delivering pudding to eaters.

Corporate Catering

Get office catering from restaurants near you. Check out menus, reviews, and on-time delivery ratings. Free online ordering from ezCater.

If you're a fan of regional American-styles of barbecue, you may want to try these global barbecue styles, too.

Corporate Catering

Get office catering from restaurants near you. Check out menus, reviews, and on-time delivery ratings. Free online ordering from ezCater.

But open fire cooking—where live, burning wood cooks food—has fed man for millions of years, and now it's making a comeback.

Corporate Catering

Get office catering from restaurants near you. Check out menus, reviews, and on-time delivery ratings. Free online ordering from ezCater.

Types of curry galore to inspire your next catered event.

Corporate Catering

Get office catering from restaurants near you. Check out menus, reviews, and on-time delivery ratings. Free online ordering from ezCater.

Italian delivery doesn't mean ordering the same pizzas over and over. Here are our ten best Italian delivery options in Seattle.

Lunch Rush

Lunch Rush

Serious Eats teamed up with Toyota to send readers in six cities out for an incredible dining experience. Chauffeured in a Toyota Sienna, they dined privately at one of their city's hottest restaurants, with the chef at their disposal for a "culinary dream date" they'd be sure to remember. Join us around the table at Leona in Los Angeles and be sure to follow us to the other five dreamy date destinations. Chef Nyesha Arrington believes love should surround every aspect of preparing and…

A Food Lover's Dream Date at Leona in Los Angeles

Serious Eats teamed up with Toyota to send readers in six cities out for an incredible dining experience. Chauffeured in a Toyota Sienna, they dined privatel...

Serious Eats teamed up with Toyota to send readers in six cities out for an incredible dining experience. Chauffeured in a Toyota Sienna, they dined privately at one of their city's hottest restaurants, with the chef at their disposal for a "culinary dream date" they'd be sure to remember. Join us around the table at Topolobampo in Chicago and be sure to follow us to the other five dreamy date destinations. The library of Chicago's Topolobampo is lined with two thousand cookbooks, collected…

A Dream Date Booked at "The Library" in Chicago's Topolobampo

Serious Eats teamed up with Toyota to send readers in six cities out for an incredible dining experience. Chauffeured in a Toyota Sienna, they dined privately at one of their city's hottest restaurants, with the chef at their disposal for a "culinary dream date" they'd be sure to remember. Join us around the table at Topolobampo in Chicago and be sure to follow us to the other five dreamy date destinations. The library of Chicago's Topolobampo is lined with two thousand cookbooks, collected…

Serious Eats teamed up with Toyota to send readers in six cities out for an incredible dining experience. Chauffeured in a Toyota Toyota Sienna, they dined privately at one of their city's hottest restaurants, with the chef at their disposal for a "culinary dream date" they'd be sure to remember. Join us around the table at Hearth in New York City and be sure follow us to the other five dreamy date destinations. For over a decade, chef Marco Canora served traditionally meaty, rich Italian…

A Delicious Dream Date at Hearth in the Big Apple

Serious Eats teamed up with Toyota to send readers in six cities out for an incredible dining experience. Chauffeured in a Toyota Toyota Sienna, they dined privately at one of their city's hottest restaurants, with the chef at their disposal for a "culinary dream date" they'd be sure to remember. Join us around the table at Hearth in New York City and be sure follow us to the other five dreamy date destinations. For over a decade, chef Marco Canora served traditionally meaty, rich Italian…

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Exploring the Unique Seafood of Portugal's Azores

In the Portuguese Azores, nestled in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, many factors contribute to a diverse, sustainable seafood and dining culture.

10 Picture-Perfect Ways to Bring Traditional Portuguese Pottery Into Your Home Serve your cabbage soup in a cabbage-shaped bowl, and get some gorgeous tile trivets for your table

10 Picture-Perfect Ways to Bring Traditional Portuguese Pottery Into Your Home

Obsessed with the pretty blue-and-white tiles and handmade ceramics you see around Portugal? Us too. Here's how to bring the look home.

Each island in the Azores has a love affair with sweets. And in São Miguel, it's all about the fofa, which tastes like the best eclair you'll ever eat.

Go Eat Your Way Through Portugal's Magical Pastry Archipelago

Each island in the Azores has a love affair with sweets. And in São Miguel, it's all about the fofa, which tastes like the best eclair you'll ever eat.

Travel to São Miguel island in the Azores, and observe a unique tradition dating back to the mid-sixteenth century.

Explore São Miguel | Wonderment & Co

Our editor Jacqueline Raposo travels to São Miguel revealing a unique tradition dating back to the mid-sixteenth century.

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espada branco

Exploring the Unique Seafood of Portugal's Azores

In the Portuguese Azores, nestled in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, many factors contribute to a diverse, sustainable seafood and dining culture.

Colonial America Was Obsessed With Chocolate That Probably Tasted Pretty Bad - MUNCHIES

Colonial America Was Obsessed With Chocolate That Probably Tasted Pretty Bad

Even as the colonists grew to appreciate the flavor of chocolate, they also ate it as a health food.

Want to Write a Book? Hypnotherapy Can Help.

Want to Write a Book? Hypnotherapy Can Help. — Jacqueline Raposo

Curious as to how hypnotherapy can help you write a book? Here’s how hypnotherapy helped me establish calm, confidence, and joy throughout my writing and publishing experience, from my hypnotherapist Iris Higgins.

Lynch had no skills to back up the title. But her home economics teacher and a former boss had faith, and her back.

How Barbara Lynch Talked Her Way into Her First Executive Chef Gig

Lynch had no skills to back up the title. But her home economics teacher and a former boss had faith, and her back.

The Pudding Truck Catering’s Carrie Cohen has an unstoppable passion for delivering pudding to eaters.

Corporate Catering

Get office catering from restaurants near you. Check out menus, reviews, and on-time delivery ratings. Free online ordering from ezCater.

If you're a fan of regional American-styles of barbecue, you may want to try these global barbecue styles, too.

Corporate Catering

Get office catering from restaurants near you. Check out menus, reviews, and on-time delivery ratings. Free online ordering from ezCater.

But open fire cooking—where live, burning wood cooks food—has fed man for millions of years, and now it's making a comeback.

Corporate Catering

Get office catering from restaurants near you. Check out menus, reviews, and on-time delivery ratings. Free online ordering from ezCater.

Types of curry galore to inspire your next catered event.

Corporate Catering

Get office catering from restaurants near you. Check out menus, reviews, and on-time delivery ratings. Free online ordering from ezCater.

Italian delivery doesn't mean ordering the same pizzas over and over. Here are our ten best Italian delivery options in Seattle.

Lunch Rush

Lunch Rush

Serious Eats teamed up with Toyota to send readers in six cities out for an incredible dining experience. Chauffeured in a Toyota Sienna, they dined privately at one of their city's hottest restaurants, with the chef at their disposal for a "culinary dream date" they'd be sure to remember. Join us around the table at Leona in Los Angeles and be sure to follow us to the other five dreamy date destinations. Chef Nyesha Arrington believes love should surround every aspect of preparing and…

A Food Lover's Dream Date at Leona in Los Angeles

Serious Eats teamed up with Toyota to send readers in six cities out for an incredible dining experience. Chauffeured in a Toyota Sienna, they dined privatel...

Serious Eats teamed up with Toyota to send readers in six cities out for an incredible dining experience. Chauffeured in a Toyota Sienna, they dined privately at one of their city's hottest restaurants, with the chef at their disposal for a "culinary dream date" they'd be sure to remember. Join us around the table at Topolobampo in Chicago and be sure to follow us to the other five dreamy date destinations. The library of Chicago's Topolobampo is lined with two thousand cookbooks, collected…

A Dream Date Booked at "The Library" in Chicago's Topolobampo

Serious Eats teamed up with Toyota to send readers in six cities out for an incredible dining experience. Chauffeured in a Toyota Sienna, they dined privately at one of their city's hottest restaurants, with the chef at their disposal for a "culinary dream date" they'd be sure to remember. Join us around the table at Topolobampo in Chicago and be sure to follow us to the other five dreamy date destinations. The library of Chicago's Topolobampo is lined with two thousand cookbooks, collected…

Serious Eats teamed up with Toyota to send readers in six cities out for an incredible dining experience. Chauffeured in a Toyota Toyota Sienna, they dined privately at one of their city's hottest restaurants, with the chef at their disposal for a "culinary dream date" they'd be sure to remember. Join us around the table at Hearth in New York City and be sure follow us to the other five dreamy date destinations. For over a decade, chef Marco Canora served traditionally meaty, rich Italian…

A Delicious Dream Date at Hearth in the Big Apple

Serious Eats teamed up with Toyota to send readers in six cities out for an incredible dining experience. Chauffeured in a Toyota Toyota Sienna, they dined privately at one of their city's hottest restaurants, with the chef at their disposal for a "culinary dream date" they'd be sure to remember. Join us around the table at Hearth in New York City and be sure follow us to the other five dreamy date destinations. For over a decade, chef Marco Canora served traditionally meaty, rich Italian…

How to Use Dried Mushrooms to Punch up Everything from Stocks to Compound Butter | Chef Katie Button just convinced us we've made a huge mistake by overlooking this pantry staple.

How to Use Dried Mushrooms to Punch up Everything from Stocks to Compound Butter

Chef Katie Button just convinced us we've made a huge mistake by overlooking this pantry staple.

Balthazar head baker Paula Oland turned down O'Malley when he first asked for a job. Years later, she'd become his mentor—and family.

How Pastry Chef Pat O'Malley's First Big Rejection Led to the Mentorship He Needed

Balthazar head baker Paula Oland turned down O'Malley when he first asked for a job. Years later, she'd become his mentor—and family.

Chef Daniel Skurnick's egg yolk hack has transformed my dairy-free kitchen. Geek out with me here. For Food & Wine.

How Le Coucou's Pastry Chef Uses Egg Yolks to Elevate Literally Any Dish He Cooks at Home

You're already doing it with carbonara, so use this ingredient that you already have in your fridge to turn up everything from pasta to pan sauce.

Trace the colonization of the Caribbean through the rice dishes beloved by these Caribbean chefs. Feature for Plate magazine.

Trace the Colonization of the Caribbean Through Rice

Exploring self-identity through rice dishes isn’t an absurd concept in the Caribbean. “Growing up on the island of St. Croix, you’re taught American history. I’m an American. Christopher Columbus discovered this place,” begins Crucian chef Digby Stridiron. “So, rice and beans are Spanish, right? I thought that my whole life, until about five or six years ago when I started piecing the puzzle together.”