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10 Wine Subscription Boxes They’ll Crack Open Immediately

I'm a casual drinker and will be the first to admit that I know zilch about what's in my glass most of the time. I have enough trouble picking out a bottle of wine to bring to a dinner party, let alone finding something that feels special enough for a gift. If you’ve also accepted that your knowledge about grapes and varietals is barely there,...

How to Stock Your Kitchen for Cozy Fall Cooking

We’ve teamed up with Albertsons Companies to share highly useful tips and tricks for stocking up your kitchen ahead of the fall season (cozy soups and stews, here you come). At the top of our list: Simplify your grocery-shopping routine with help from FreshPass™, a handy grocery subscription program with perks like unlimited free delivery, a $5 monthly...

How to Store Pumpkin Seeds, Raw or Roasted

This weekend is prime for pumpkin picking and carving. With Halloween just days away, it’s time to grab a knife and carve a jack-o-lantern. But what are you supposed to do with all the leftover seeds from inside the pumpkin? The easy option would be to discard or compost them, but don’t! They make a delicious snack raw or roasted that you can enjoy...

'Mooncakes & Milk Bread' Brings Chinese Bakery Treats to Home Bakers

Kristina Cho, the blogger behind Eat Cho Food, didn’t set out to write a cookbook that's as full of family memories as it is delicious Chinese bakery treats. But that’s what happened when she began working on her debut cookbook, Mooncakes & Milk Bread. Throughout the book, Cho weaves in stories of afternoons spent at her grandfather’s restaurant,...

What Is Prince Regent Cake, As Seen on ‘The Great British Bake Off’?

The fun of watching The Great British Bake Off is yes the competition, yes the British humor, but mainly the chance to learn about an entirely new baked good popular across the pond. In this week’s technical challenge on the popular Netflix show, the remaining contestants were tasked with baking a Prince Regent Cake, also known as Prinzregententorte....

Antoni Porowski's Ideal Party Is a Casual, Cozy, Polish-Inspired Feast

If you know Antoni Porowski from Queer Eye or from his bestselling 2019 book Antoni In the Kitchen, you know that he’s a man who loves to entertain. In his new cookbook, Antoni: Let’s Do Dinner, Porowski turns his attention to all things having to do with, yes, dinner. That means vibrant, breezy dishes for your next turn hosting, whether it’s a smaller...

An Over-the-Top Vietnamese Menu From 'The Red Boast Fish Sauce Cookbook'

While Rodgers and Hammerstein’s favorite feast might include crisp apple strudel and schnitzel with noodles, nothing says holiday to us quite like savory braised pork belly and honeycomb cakes. The dishes on this menu make for a great feast, one that takes Red Boat founder Cuong Pham back to his mother’s holiday table of years past. They also have the...

Zoe Adjonyoh's Ghanian Dinner Party Is All About the Music (& Jollof Fried Chicken)

When you’re "half" Irish, "half" Ghanaian and British, and also a new American immigrant, what does a dinner party look like? No, not a hot mess. Food is many things, and one of the most important things it is for me is a reference to the core of who I am, who and where I belong to, who and where I have been. Despite the incongruous geography that might...

Carla Lalli Music’s Dinner Menu Is Breezy, Elegant & Endlessly Adaptable

Carla Lalli Music is a cooking evangelist. In her new book That Sounds So Good, her mission is to help transform cooking from a chore to a treat. “Some people rollerblade, some foster puppies, some people live life through their travels, and some make music...But everything in my life comes back to food,” Lalli Music writes. The idea is to conjure up...

What in the World is Burl Wood—And Why Is it So Popular?

Wood furniture is a staple for a reason—it’s sturdy, it’s long-lasting, and it’s never gone out of style. Sure, there are different versions of wood furniture, like the clean midcentury lines of the 1950s, the intricately turned legs of American colonial pieces, or the utilitarian Shaker sensibilities, but the time-tested material remains one of the...

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