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Food Finders

Why Americans have stopped eating leftovers

Food is now so cheap that people just toss it

The best probe thermometer

All of the best options are made by ThermoWorks.

Fennel-Rosemary Porchetta

Transforming a whole hog tradition into a home cook-friendly holiday pork roast was challenging. We tried a variety of cuts of meat. After testing recipes with...

Cleveland Foodie

food and wine pairings, guacamole recipeThe chef pairings might just be my husband’s favorite series on the blog to date. We (I) try to make most of the dishes at home, and he knows this. And when I told Jamie what Eric Williams, chef/owner of Momochoprovided, he quickly followed up with a request for immediate trial. That’s because this is perhaps his favorite dish at our favorite Mexican restaurant. And for good reason. Just look at all the ingredients – how can this not be anything short of amazing? And if I’ve said it once, I’ll say it 100 times – if you have yet to try Momocho, you’re truly missing out. What could be better on one of our super hot summer nights than meeting friend at Momocho while sipping on a cucumber margarita… or pitcher!

Delicious Fish Soup, San Francisco Style: Tadich Grill Cioppino Recipe for Two

Tadich grill Cioppino recipe, a savory tomato-based fish soup, is a specialty of traditional San Francisco seafood restaurants


A Bon Appetite recipe from 1992. Very peppery. Cut back on pepper to taste.

The Best Barbecue Grill Is … Actually a Smoker

So says the winningest man in barbecue, Myron Mixon.

The Food Lab: The Reverse Sear Is the Best Way to Cook a Steak, Period | Serious Eats

I've been using and writing about the reverse sear—the technique of slow-cooking a steak or roast before finishing it off with a hot sear—for well over a decade now, but I've never written a definitive guide for using it on steaks. It's a really remarkable method, and if you're looking for a steak that's perfectly medium-rare from edge to edge, with a crisp crust, there's no better technique that I know of. Here is that definitive article we've been missing, outlining what I think is the best way to cook a steak, indoors or out.

This Cheap Wine From Walmart Is Ranked as One of the Best in the World

If you're one of those people who orders the cheapest glass of wine on the menu because you can't tell the difference (no shame), this news is going to make

Reverse Seared Steak with Garlic Herb Butter Recipe

Tender and golden Reverse Seared Steak cooked in the oven first, then seared. Paired with rich Garlic Herb Butter.

These are the 5 fastest growing restaurants in America

There are 177 restaurant brands that each generated at least $200 million in U.S. systemwide sales in 2017, but some are growing faster than others, according to Kalinowski Equity Research.

How to DIY Your Burgers Without a Meat Grinder

A recipe from burger king, chef, and cookbook author Chris Kronner.

Cook Your Bacon in Water for Perfect Texture & No Splattering

Bacon isn't hard to cook on the stovetop, but every cook who's been hit by splattering fat knows it's not the most pleasant kitchen task to tackle. If you're cooking bacon for a lot of people, you can avoid this by cooking it in the oven on a roasting rack, DIY or otherwise. On the days when you just need a few slices for breakfast or a salad garnish, America's Test Kitchen came up with a way to create perfectly crisp bacon and minimize any grease splatters: just add water. Step 1: Add Enough Water to Cover & Cook on High Place your bacon in a cold skillet on the stovetop and turn the heat

Siri Daly's slow-cooker beef bourguignon will save you time in the kitchen

A hearty, time-intensive recipe is remade into an easier version that uses a slow cooker for an even richer flavor.

Adam Richman's mom taught him to make this restaurant-quality chicken marsala

Adam Richman brings Italian restaurant favorite chicken marsala with prosciutto to your dinner table with his quick and easy recipe.

13 Italian Chicken Recipes - Rachael Ray Every Day

Cook up chicken cacciatore, chicken piccata, chicken parm, and more Italian chicken dinners from Rachael Ray's magazine, Rachael Ray Every Day.

SeedSheets | The Easiest & Fastest Way To Grow An Herb Garden

Infamous plant killers, rejoice! Growing fresh, organic herbs is now easy with Seedsheet. Our kit makes growing your own herbs simple and delicious!