Crispy Chocolate Popcorn

Sep. 19th, 2017 10:28 am
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Posted by Stella Parks

Crispy Chocolate Popcorn
With a handful of simple ingredients you can turn plain popcorn into a crisp and crunchy chocolate candy. It only takes a few simple ingredients, most of which are probably in your pantry right now. Get Recipe!
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Posted by Sohla El-Waylly

Charred Broccoli With Manchego, Hazelnuts, and Honey
Broccoli and cheese gets grown-up treatment with this easy update to the classic. The broccoli is cooked hot and fast under a broiler to develop some char instead of a bland blanch. It's then cloaked in a blizzard of finely shaved manchego in place of that orange stuff. A final touch of toasted hazelnuts and honey top off the florets. Get Recipe!
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Posted by J. Kenji López-Alt

The Food Lab: Cryo-Blanched Green Beans
Cryo-blanching before sautéing softens these green beans in much the same way that par-cooking would, leaving them with a fresh, green flavor and a slight crunch. A sprinkling of golden-brown fried garlic is a nice touch on these or, well, pretty much any vegetable. Get Recipe!
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Posted by Stella Parks

Homemade Carr's-Style Whole Wheat Crackers
Thick, tender, hearty, and buttery, these whole grain crackers have that same touch of sweetness from the original Carr's, making them a perfect match for rich and savory accompaniments, like peanut butter or cheese. Get Recipe!

Stewed Summer Squash

Sep. 13th, 2017 10:20 am
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Posted by Daniel Gritzer

Stewed Summer Squash
Stewed summer squash is a seasonal staple, with chunks of fresh, tender zucchini and yellow squash gently cooked in olive oil until they're plump and juicy throughout. It's delicious straight from the pot, and even better once cooled to room temp or chilled. Get Recipe!

Homemade Fig Newtons

Sep. 12th, 2017 10:28 am
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Posted by Stella Parks

Homemade Fig Newtons
As Nabisco likes to remind us, Fig Newtons aren't just cookies, they're fruit and cake. True to that legacy, our homemade version pairs an easy, no-cook fig preserve with a soft dough inspired by yellow cake. Get Recipe!
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Posted by Christina Ward

Canned Whole Tomatoes (Using a Pressure Canner or Boiling-Water Bath)
The key to safely canning tomatoes is to ensure, first, that they're at a safe acidity level, and then to process them at the right temperature for the right amount of time. This recipe is designed to work with either a boiling-water bath (i.e., a large pot filled with boiling water) or a dedicated pressure canner for safe long-term preservation of ripe whole summer tomatoes. Get Recipe!
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Posted by Michael Harlan Turkell

Grilled Peaches and Pound Cake With Cider Vinegar Caramel Sauce
Smoky and sweet grilled peaches, tender and toasted grilled poundcake, and even a sweet-tart caramel sauce spiked with cider vinegar that's whipped up on the grill. If this isn't the perfect summer dessert, we don't know what is. Get Recipe!
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