Decanting wine is just a good idea. (And no, decanting is NOT just for fancy wine or fancy wine people.) Here’s Demystifying Decanting 101.
Something so pretty shouldn’t be this easy to make. But it is. Fresh leeks, onion, peas, mint, chives, and broth combine to create this flavorful spring and summer soup that takes minutes to make.
A simple, seasonal compote recipe that carries all the sweetness of spring, with fresh lemon, vanilla bean, and ginger for added brightness.
Our monthly roundup of the best food writing from around the web. May 2020: Stanley Tucci, Eater’s new guide to social-distance restaurant dining, plus mannequins, viral omelets, and more.
The only thing better than chicken tenders is Italian-style chicken tenders, dredged cheese, parsley, garlic, and breadcrumbs and pan fried to perfection. Get the recipe.
A recipe for sweet, homey, perfect banana bread studded with chopped walnuts, adapted from the great Anna Pump. (Plus: a brief history of banana bread.)
Stinging nettle is one of spring’s best greens — once you get past the prickers, that is. Learn how, and get the recipe for this silky nettle pesto pasta.
Your strawberries shouldn’t smell like garlic and onions. Give your cutting board some much-deserved love. Here is the easy and essential kitchen technique to refresh your cutting board.
Blueberry hand pies: a homey dessert made with an all-butter crust, lightly kissed with cinnamon for a sweet dessert each person can have all to themselves.
Fact: Fresh-squeezed, homemade lemonade is the most refreshing drink ever. Lemon, sugar, water, plus a secret ingredient makes this perfect drink in minutes. Plus: some sweet variations (pink! booze!).
The renowned, NYC-based chief of Beaumont Etiquette talks table manners, Zoom etiquette tips, juggling work and parenting, and why manners matter.
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