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).