The ribs are great, but the BBQ sauce is devine.
We challenged three of our esteemed chefs - Carla Lalli Music, Chris Morocco and Sohla El-Waylly -- to each make different versions of the same dish: pasta carbonara. While each variant has to be similar in some ways (porky, cheesy, salty, etc.), each chef was assigned a different interpretation to cook up: traditional, modern and experimental. Which one would you want to try? FYI you're allowed to say all three.
This is the receipt Colicchio tweeted in response to a fan who needed a simple recipe. The recipe is so simple anybody can make it. It is good and easy.
However, there is a cool story behind this Tweet.
This recipe is served as a starter to each dinner table at Kindred Restaurant in Davidson, North Carolina. But the dough doesn't stop there. It can be used as sandwich bread, French toast, burger buns, doughnuts, and more. This is a bread that merges utility and taste, seamlessly.
Erin makes Bridget our recipe for Red Beans and Rice.
Here's how I choose bold red wines when I'm hunting for value. This technique can work on any wine from any vintage:
• Start shopping for wine online. (expand choice at home!)
• Order by the case (12 bottles) to reduce shipping costs.
• Set a maximum price. (I set my price to $18)
• Align your expectations. (At $18 a bottle, I’m not expecting top-tier red wine.)
• Look for alternative varieties and blends. (mix it up!)
• Look for lesser-known wine regions known for quality. (Explore the world!)
He may have been one of the most fit people to ever hold the office of President of the United States. But just how does Barack Obama keep his trim physique? Sure, he stays active playing a lot of pickup basketball, but much of it comes down to his diet. Want to stay as fit as the 44th President of the United States? Then take a look at what former President Barack Obama really eats…
Our panel of Epicurious experts returns, this time to answer your viewer submitted questions about lasagna! How many layers should we be aiming for, exactly? Is putting pickles in your meat sauce a criminal offense? Join chef Frank Proto from the Institute of Culinary Education, food scientist Rose, editor David, home chef Julie, ketchup queen Emily, and level 1 extraordinaire John as they spin through your viewer-submitted questions on this episode of Epicurious FAQ.
In these difficult times it is good to know "that there is an app for that." In this case it is SuperCook. My daughter posted the following on her facebook page:
From Food Network an answer to two age old questions about hard boiled eggs.