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20 brilliant cooking hacks from the pros

During these pandemic times, when kitchen time has ratcheted up to three squares a day, day after day, there’s no such thing as too many tips and tricks to make life easier. We want all the clever hacks, from short cuts and time savers to kitchen tools put to unintended use. (Handheld mixer, may you shred our chicken for a lifetime!) So we’ve compiled 20 of our favorite ways to make cooking simpler, faster or more successful. Some of these hacks hail from chef and cookbook author interviews over...
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Recipe: This one-pot pasta dish delivers hearty flavor with easy cleanup

I’ve tried one-pot pasta dishes before, and they’ve been pretty darn good. This version is my favorite because it shows off perky flavors with its Greek-style twist. It has Kalamata olives, crumbled feta cheese and fresh mint, as well as plenty of cherry tomatoes. I grow oodles of cherry tomatoes in my small summer garden — their sweet herbal notes make this dish irresistible. I nabbed the recipe from Food & Wine Magazine; yes, I tweaked it a little. Everything cooks in one pot, all the componen...
Tags: Cook, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Recipes, Mediterranean, Brien, Cathy Thomas, Food Wine magazine, Kalamata, Restaurant Reviews + Food, Cherry Tomatoes Kalamata Olives Feta


The Perfect Way To Cook Fried Rice, According To Science

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Food & Wine Magazine: Fried rice is one of those dishes where the name practically tells you how to make it. But the key to cooking perfect fried rice is in the details: not just the ingredients but also the equipment and technique. Traditionally, the dish is made in a wok with chefs continually tossing the rice to avoid caramelization and burning. It led a lab at the Georgia Institute of Technology to wonder, is there an optimal way to cook fried rice? T...
Tags: Tech, KO, Georgia Tech, Royal Society Interface, Georgia Institute of Technology, Hu, Food Wine magazine, David Hu


Michelin-starred chef Christophe Émé opens wine bar on La Brea

Michelin-starred Chef Christophe Émé, who was named by Food & Wine magazine in 2005 as one of the “10 Best New Chefs,” is going back to the basics with a wine bar on La Brea in Los Angeles. The KASS Wine Bar + Restaurant opened Friday, Feb. 1, offering wine-friendly French dishes. Émé, who earned his Michelin star in 2007 for his celebrated (and expensive) Los Angeles French restaurant Ortolan, which closed in 2011, is now opening a 40-seat restaurant described as “stripped of pretension,” with ...
Tags: California, Restaurants, Tel Aviv, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Long Beach, Michelin, Yelp, Downtown Disney, Kass, Food Wine magazine, La Brea, Top Stories LADN, Restaurant Reviews + Food


Weekend Cooking: Slow Cooker Ropa Vieja

It's almost Christmas, and my cooking week, has gone full-on easy, tried-and-true, and flexible. I can't believe how many evenings have been taken up with last-minute errands, wrapping, cleaning, decorating ... ARGH. Last week's dinners included lentil soup, roast chicken, and pasta with my homemade sauce (from the freezer). Last night we resorted to tuna salad because the easy savory galatte I had planned suddenly seemed like too much trouble. Tonight I'm turning to the slow cooker and a reli...
Tags: Books, Don, Linky, Clarissa, Food Wine magazine, Beth F, Deb Nance, Readerbuzz, Judee Algazi, Patrick Looney, Ropa Vieja, Food Wine One, Food Wine Note


Weekend Cooking: Ravioli Lasagna

Although I'm generally a cook-from-scratch kind of woman, I can't deny the convenience of some types of prepared foods. I almost always have cans of beans, jarred pasta sauce, and boxed chicken broth in the house. Sometimes I just want a no-fuss, quick meal after a long day at work. Thanks to the March 2006 issues of Food & Wine magazine, I've found a way to put together a whole slew of store-bought ingredients for a delicious lasagna wannabe. Over the years, I've tweaked the original recipe fo...
Tags: Books, Linky, Food Wine magazine, Beth F, Wegman, Judee Algazi, Jackie Mc, Ravioli Lasagna


Food & Wine Magazine Subscription Discount

If you love trying out new recipes and reading about new things in the Food World, this magazine would be great for you! FOOD & WINE MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DISCOUNT. Until 7/5/18, you can subscribe to Food & Wine Magazine for only $7.95 per year (86% off)! Just enter coupon code PENNYPINCH at checkout to get this offer.Brought to you by: Frugal Focus
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‘Nduja Carbonara

Andrew Carmellini's recipe for an 'Nduja carbonara or "Calabrian Carbonara" in a recent Food & Wine Magazine was the tipping point to hunt down the ingredient from Italy and see what it was like.
Tags: Food, General, Italy, Pork, Main Courses, Andrew Carmellini, Food Wine magazine, Rice/Noodle/Starches


Magazine Subscriptions: Top 20 under $20!

explanations" target="_blank" class="bk-button default left rounded small">Affiliate   A great gift for the holidays, or birthdays! Why not pick up a subscription to their favorite magazine. Or even to something new! Amazon has great deals for subscriptions and they come is different sizes, 4 issues, 10, 12, and even up to 54! National Geographic Magazine (normally $71.88 yr) 12 Issues- $19 yr   Food Network Magazine (normally $45 yr) 10 issues- $10 yr   HDTV Magazine (normally $39 yr) 4 iss...
Tags: Amazon, Featured, Parenting, Magazine, Forbes magazine, Reading Room, Smithsonian Magazine, Glamour Magazine, Food Network Magazine, National Geographic Magazine, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Food Wine magazine, Health Magazine, Seventeen Magazine, Popular Photography Magazine, Taste of Home Magazine


Most Underrated Food City in the U.S.? Condé Nast says Indianapolis

Learn more about the PRSA 2016 International Conference or register to attend One of the perks of traveling to conventions is the opportunity to venture out into a new city and sample the best that the local culinary scene has to offer. This October 23-25, the International Conference heads to Indianapolis, and we are in luck. Condé Nast Traveler just claimed Indy “the most underrated food city in the U.S.,” naming this year’s host city to its list of Best Places to Visit This Summer, alongside ...
Tags: Travel, Food, America, Indianapolis, Pr, Conde Nast, Conference, Thought Leadership, Conde Nast Traveler, Jonathan Brooks, Colts, DePauw University, Central Indiana, Travel Leisure, James Beard, Food Wine magazine


Enjoy National IPA Day even with the tax on beer

Today is Thursday, but it's seemed like a Monday all day. I think it's time to take a break and, fittingly on this National IPA Day, chill with a cold brew or two. Oops! Not a good way to celebrate IPA Day. It's been such a crazy IPA Day, I'm even willing to swallow the alcohol taxes that are added to adult beverages. So what is National IPA Day? More to the point, what is IPA? A brew's birth: Let's start with the second question. IPA is the acronym for India Pale Ale, a style of beer th...
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Enjoy National IPA Day even with the tax on beer

Today is Thursday, but it's seemed like a Monday all day. I think it's time to take a break and, fittingly on this National IPA Day, chill with a cold brew or two. Oops! Not a good way to celebrate IPA Day. It's been such a crazy IPA Day, I'm even willing to swallow the alcohol taxes that are added to adult beverages. So what is National IPA Day? More to the point, what is IPA? A brew's birth: Let's start with the second question. IPA is the acronym for India Pale Ale, a style of beer th...
Tags: England, London, Taxes, Australia, India, Marketing, Wyoming, Tennessee, New South Wales, Smithsonian, Sales Tax, Food And Drink, Great Britain, Internal Revenue Service, Uncle Sam, International Business Times


Lena Dunham Believes That Sushi Is Cultural Appropriation As She Supports Students At Her Alma Mater In Controversial Protest!

Talk about ridiculous! There's no doubt that Lena Dunham is NOT afraid to share her opinion when it comes to anything remotely controversial, but accusing a college of cultural appropriation by serving sushi seems a bit much! Relate: Josh Duggar Will NOT Be Appearing On Counting On Next Season! The Girls star recently sat down with Food & Wine magazine about Oberlin College, where the comedienne graduated in 2008. During the chat, the actress talked a bit about her school and supporting their ca...
Tags: Celebs, University, Lena Dunham, Ohio, Josh Duggar, Oberlin, Lena, Oberlin College, Food Wine magazine


Persian Cuisine, Fragrant and Rich With Symbolism

The scents of Nowruz hit me from the moment I walked in the door of Naz Deravian’s house in Inglewood, Calif. Wafts of floral hyacinth, pungent vinegar, earthy wheatgrass and perfumey rose water — it’s a particular mingling that comes together every spring during the Persian New Year. Article by MELISSA CLARK, nytimes.com As I stopped to take it all in, Ms. Deravian, an Iranian-Canadian actor and food blogger who has lived in the Los Angeles area for the last 20 years, ushered me into the kitche...
Tags: Life, Los Angeles, Iran, West, United States, Food And Drink, Capitol Hill, Luna, Southern California, Soleil, Nowruz, Melissa Clark, Food Wine magazine, Nilou Motamed, Naz Deravian, Inglewood Calif Wafts


New Orleans sommeliers pair wine with food

Food & Wine magazine has long celebrated chefs for their work in the kitchen. In recent years, it's also done more to recognize contributors in the front of the house.
Tags: New Orleans, Food Wine magazine