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12.31.18

5 Easy Tips for Making the Best Christmas Cheeseboard of Your Life

Brie or Camembert? Biscuits or crackers? Grapes or no grapes? We asked cheese expert Patricia Michelson for her tips on constructing the ultimate festive cheeseboard.

12.28.18

Watch Meyhem Lauren Try Christmas Sandwiches for the First Time

“It’s a very exciting concept. I like Christmas, I like sandwiches.”

12.26.18

Drop the Pret Christmas Sandwich and Make This Turkey and Tahini Kebab

Stop eating festive sarnies and start making Christmas kebabs.

12.24.18

How to Make the Perfect Christmas Trifle

Way boozier than your nan’s.

4.24.18

Workaholics: The Easiest, Creamiest Pasta with Just 7 Ingredients

Chef Ben Marks of London's Perilla restaurant shares his 30-minute recipe for decadent spaghetti Carbonara. "It’s definitely not ‘Lean in 15.’ It’s probably more ‘Fat in 15,’” he says.

3.22.18

This Japanese Curry Bowl Is Weeknight Dinner Magic

Braised lamb shoulder with pickled papaya, roasted vegetables, and rice is probably the most delicious way to eat a seriously balanced meal.

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3.6.18

Treat Yourself to Matty Matheson's Twice-Baked Potatoes

This recipe for twice-baked potatoes with bacon, broccoli, cheese, and more will help you face winter head-on.

3.1.18

You Can Kimchi Literally Anything with This Magic Paste

Think of kimchi as a verb. You can kimchi almost anything: potatoes, pineapples, peaches, and so on.

2.20.18

The World's Best Mac and Cheese Only Has Five Ingredients

All you need is American cheese—yes, the good old-fashioned processed variety, which is not made of plastic—and a bag of Cheetos.

2.20.18

Inside the Mexico City Market That Serves Lion Steak and Tiger Burgers

In the heart of Mexico City’s historic enter, the indoor San Juan market is famed for its selection of exotic meats, indigenous delicacies, and rare foreign imports. But who exactly is buying lion?

2.16.18

The ‘Tray of Togetherness’ Is a Lucky Dip of Sweets, Nuts, and Good Fortune

Traditionally shared with family at Chinese New Year, the Tray of Togetherness is a platter divided into either six or eight compartments that hold symbolic candies, fruits, nuts, and coins.

2.14.18

This Valentine's Day, Remember That Cheese Will Never Leave You

If you're feeling despondent on this highly commercial day of cartoon hearts and boxes of chocolate, just remember that cheese is truly the food of love. Even if you're alone.

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