A new not sad desk lunch—and a more welcoming potluck and picnic salad than most.
We know you're trying to clean out your pantries and your refrigerators, but resist that urge for just one more recipe. Make your own ponzu sauce, then use it to roast tofu and corn and dress a cold noodle salad.
How to cheat just a little to get perfectly emulsified, creamy vinaigrette—without cream or mayo or magic.
The secret to lighter (and tangier) whipped cream.
Kick your roommates, your life partners, and your pets out of the house! It's time to take over the kitchen and cook something for yourself.
Why an ingredient you've been throwing away is actually the key to smoother hummus. Oops!
We've heard a lot about Merrill's mom, but what about Merrill's dad? In honor of Father's Day, Merrill shares the story of her dad's specialty: the Tuna Pea Wiggle.
The story of a brother (and father) who bakes, never gives up, and hits it out of the park with his waffles.
Kristen's dad makes a bright, lemony, California-style Caesar salad that's pure genius (but not for the reasons he thinks it is).
If you do one thing today, go to the Kickstarter project for Unforgettable: Bold Flavors from A Renegade Life, the biographical cookbook on Paula Wolfert's life.
The reason I've made peace with milkshakes, plus a smart technique to use on your summer fruit all season long.
How to eat the whole asparagus, from tip to tail.
The brightest dinner you can make straight out of your freezer.
The highlights from the Genius Recipes book tour thus far—plus, a big, teary thank you.
Yes, there are a lot of green things sprouting up this time of year, but if you skip dessert and focus on salad instead, you are making a grave mistake
A late Sunday night snack that will draw your family together one last time before another hectic week.
The culinary wonder that is Italian rest stops, Los Angeles's culinary transformation, and the hidden beauty in imperfect fruit.
Carrots don't have to be boring, and neither do you.
Make better lunches with this simple ramen shop staple.
We've scoured the web for our favorite food blog posts, and now we're bringing them right to your desktop. It’s hard work, but someone has to do it.
Kristen is gallavanting around on the Genius Recipes cookbook tour, so she's sharing an excerpt (and a new favorite recipe) from the book.
The back-pocket recipe you'll want on hand always, and especially in case of dinner party emergency.
What to make when it seems like everyone is talking about spring vegetables but you really just want comfort food and a hug.
A brighter (and vegan) alternative to cream—for all your soups, sauces, and sides.