For adobo that's sweet, salty, tangy, garlicky, and ready in a fraction of the time, don't peel and slice each garlic clove: Just cut open a whole head...
Author: Claire Saffitz
Pork shoulder isn't just for pulled pork. Ask your butcher to cut it into steaks, and it'll soon become your favorite well-marbled and quick-cooking cut...
Author: Anna Stockwell
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Author: Wolfgang Puck
Cheesy, saucy baked pasta is even more fun when you can slice it into wedges.
Doubling down on proteins speaks to a hallmark of Soul cuisine-utilizing the entire animal. Chicken hearts provide an earthiness to the dish.
Author: Todd Richards
Author: Melissa Clark
Starting the wings in a cold oven allows the fat to render slowly so they get even crispier. Pour off the infused fat and save for stir-fries or cooking...
Author: Andy Baraghani
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The secret to cooking squid so it's tender, not tough, is to cook it very quickly in small batches. Tossed with crunchy cucumbers, peanuts, and fresh red...
Author: Lesley Porcelli
Chicken thighs sauté in the Instant Pot until the skin becomes crispy before slow-cooking with olives, lemon slices, anchovies, capers, and herbs.
Without the savory crunch of fried garlic, my kitchen wouldn't be the same. I use it on rice, noodles, soups, salads, vegetables, and anything else that...
Author: Sheldon Simeon
Cauliflower's versatility extends all the way to the grill, where it takes on complex flavor and a range of textures. While the exterior becomes burnished...
Author: Hetty McKinnon
Author: Ming Tsai
Soy sauce, lime, and plenty of grated garlic create a marinade that adds tons of flavor in as little as five minutes while helping the shredded coconut...
Risotto is an Italian term describing a unique way to cook rice. Basically, the rice is cooked in broth or another liquid until it and the liquid swell...
Author: Rocco DiSpirito
Inspired by the classic Cantonese barbecued pork dish known as char siu and gloriously shellacked with a molasses glaze, the pork in this recipe should...
Author: James Dumapit
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Use the flavorful shredded chicken in soups, sandwiches and salads. You can freeze the chicken stock in airtight containers for up to 3 months. Thaw it...
Author: Donna Hay
Mullen serves these robustly flavored meatballs as a shared plate at El Colmado, his New York City tapas bar, but they're also a great main.
Author: Chef Seamus Mullen
Crispy roasted broccoli proves it works just as well as an appetizer as it does a side dish.
Canned chickpeas are perfect for this one-pot dish because they become even more creamy as they warm in the cooking liquid. In case you're not a fan, you...
This sage-and-garlic-braised pork shoulder is served over creamy, slow-cooked white beans and spinach.
Author: Norma Shirley
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Low investment and high reward, let this not-so-traditional larb become your next late-night go-to meal.
Author: Christina Chaey
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