• You Can't Beat a Junk Food Casserole

    I didn’t grow up with a lot of other canned or processed foods because my mom, dad, and immediate grandparents were all incredible cooks. But our potato casserole is strictly a product of the 50s—because if it’s good, it’s good.

  • This Junk Food Casserole Is the Most Delightfully Trashy Way to Celebrate Winter

    Look, no matter what you may think of the outcome of the election, this is America. And one of our country's proudest traditions across party lines is to celebrate the joys of eating glorious, fattening junk, especially in company of loved ones during...

  • Sweet Potato Casserole Was Invented by the Marshmallow Industry

    Yes, Americans were, in fact, taught to eat sweet potato casserole by a corporation that not only mass-marketed marshmallows, but also brought you Cracker Jacks.

  • This Baker Is Turning 17th Century Witches’ Broth Into Pie

    Four hundred years after the trial of Lancashire’s Pendle witches—12 men and women executed for witchcraft and murder—baker Christine Turner makes pies inspired by the broth served at their illicit gatherings.

  • Hibernation Meals

    Welcome back to Hot Links, our food column dedicated to showcasing the overlooked culinary wonders of YouTube. Here are eight of the strangest winter culinary videos hosted by internet shut-ins. Put on your Snuggie, order delivery food, and enjoy.