November’s food book club pick is Save Me the Plums by Ruth Reichl. This memoir is a highly readable, personal look at the Gourmet editor’s tenure there.
The West Village has charm, history, and LOTS of good food. Unpeeled shares where to find all the best food, from breezy breakfasts to a sumptuous chophouse.
This fresh ricotta and fig tartine with honey and prosciutto makes a satisfying lunch or pretty snack, and takes almost no time to assemble.
Homemade pie dough can intimidate even accomplished home bakers. No more. Here is a pro pastry chef’s step-by-step guide to perfect pie crust, with step-by-step photos and a recipe.
A no-fuss sheet pan recipe for Italian sausage and peppers. This favorite recipe is perfect for weeknight dinners or a feeding a crowd.
A homemade granola recipe that’s satisfyingly crunchy, toasty sweet, and incredibly simple to make. It also lends itself to infinite variation.
Meet your new breakfast staple.
Birthday cake is always special. But this vanilla buttermilk birthday cake is even more special for its ease, moist texture, and charm. Adapted from “Queen of Cake” Maida Heatter, this is a cake you’ll return to again and again.
Mindful eating may seem esoteric or boring. It isn’t. Here is a quick guide to bringing mindfulness to your meal — and why it makes such a difference.
Effortless, juicy, flavorful roast chicken? Umm, sold. Herbes de Provence and plenty of salt and pepper are the keys to this trusted recipe fit for any occasion.