Everybody's favorite night
Because no one is going to complain about an extra side of roasted potatoes.
A darker palette than you'd expect, textural details, and an unpredictable cake.
A wholehearted menu for a halfhearted Valentine's Day.
Hint: Goat cheese.
You're only one pan, one loaf of focaccia, and a hunk of cheese away.
Tonight: An easy meal so elegant you could totally throw a weeknight dinner party.
From Portland, Oregon comes the food hybrid you won't believe you didn't think of.
Whoever you are, there's a game-day snack for you.
It's a pantry party!
A party trick for turning making the most of a whole can of tomatoes.
Our test kitchen duo, Josh Cohen and Sara Jenkins, made a Valentine's Day feast—for two or for a crowd.
There's no secret to a winning game-day feast: Just invite a lot of people, and make a lot of food.
Just because your wallet is full doesn't mean your dining room can't be.
Dress your table in dried leaves and ribbon.
Instead of going out to a fancy restaurant for New Year's, make the foods you love—but make them a little glitzier than usual.
This labor-intensive, extremely impressive cake is the perfect reason to wear an apron—not a party dress—on New Year's Eve.
And a technique for seafood that will impress your guests.
From the ends of the wallpaper universe to at-home chem-lab concoctions.
The new year never looked so fancy.
Gin cocktails are great, but sparkling gin cocktails can be better (and more festive).
Name your first collection or try one of these: