Watch Cleo and Julia make Kale, Tomato and White Bean Stew.Read More »
Spice up everything from brown rice to grilled cheese sandwiches with crisp, crunchy, homemade kimchi.Read More »
It's that time again -- help us pick the contest finalists for Your Best Leeks!
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Once again, we want to give a big thanks to all of our volunteer recipe testers for your thoughtful comments and for helping us continue to strengthen our recipe recommendations. You can read the winning headnote and tester's comments by clicking through to the Community Picks recipes — the comments are at the top. And even if the recipe you tested wasn't chosen as a CP, please feel free to leave your testing notes in the recipe's comments section. Constructive criticism is always encouraged!Read More »
Every week we take a peek inside the lunches of the luckiest kids in Brooklyn. Read on, suppress your jealousy, and get a little brown bag inspiration.Read More »
How to use more whole grains, with cooking tips and a recipe for a farro and brussels sprout salad.Read More »
This week's test kitchen was full of bright produce that temporarily distracted us from winter's grays.Read More »
The simplest lentil salad that just might ruin you for other recipes.
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We're sitting down with our favorite writers and cooks to talk about their upcoming cookbooks, their best food memories, and just about anything else
Today: David Ellner of the cooking app Panna talks with us about his new video-cooking magazine.
The best products come from frustrated consumers. And so is the story of David Ellner, a home cook who became frustrated by not knowing if his dishes, made from cookbooks by chefs, were coming out exactly as they were intended to. There is much more to it -- the fact that he has a background rooted in the music industry, his work on American Idol -- but this story circles back to that one frustration. His solution? To make an app for that. Panna is what resulted -- and praise for it is spreading almost as quickly as artisanal chocolate and small-batch kombucha have in Brooklyn. In what is referred to as the first video-cooking magazine, iPad-owners are invited inside the kitchens of well-known chefs (Anita Lo, Rick Bayless, among many) for a cooking lesson.Read More »