You’ll be surprised (and relieved) to find how many different meals you can get from a trio of foods you like.
Food & Drink
As wineries, retailers and restaurants fight to stay in business and support their employees, oenophiles are looking to spend their money meaningfully.
Turns out the secrets to drinking well on the go apply to homebound mixology too.
It also freezes beautifully. Use it in this recipe for seared rib-eyes with sautéed mushrooms, have some leftover for dolloping on any dish that could use a lift.
The French dip and its kin demand vigorous dunking for the flavor as well as the fun of it. These recipes make an event of the handheld meal.
In Italy’s Piedmont, cookbook author Robyn Eckhardt is provisioning prudently, cooking shrewdly and eating very well. Here are her tips.
In the book “Beyond Flavour,” wine pro Nick Jackson lays out his method of blind tasting. Along with a group of willing students, our wine columnist put his theories to the test.
It keeps for ages, delivers an impressive dose of vitamins and adapts effortlessly to so many different styles of cooking. Here, a guide to buying it, storing it and using it in a range of delicious ways.
This recipe adapts to suit the state of your crisper drawer, and the mustard vinaigrette packs a delightful punch.
Around the world, those who hoped to gather with relatives for the Passover holiday have had to change their plans. Here, some creative ways different families have come up with to connect and celebrate, plus recipes for a manageable meal.
Sequestered in our kitchens, we’re turning to food for solace as well as survival. Here, pros weigh in on eating that puts us at ease, why cooking is uplifting and how a simple takeout order can foster a feeling of community.
Our wine columnist asked neighbors and friends what they’re uncorking now, revealing how wine provides a vital link to friends and places far away.
Across the U.S., neighborhood bakeries continue to provide loaves and reassurance to their communities in a time of uncertainty.
This recipe for a quick and creamy cauliflower soup is as easy to make as it is to love.
We may be social distancing, but we still have to eat, and restaurants are responding to the new normal with expanded pickup and delivery options. Here, strategies for supporting local businesses while putting good food on the table.
A comfort-food recipe created to work with the ingredients you have in hand.
Wine merchants are still open for business in many states, though some are switching to delivery and curbside pickup.
Maybe it’s an overlooked producer or vintage. Perhaps it’s bottle that needs time to show its best. Very often, a sleeper wine will prove greater than the sum you pay for it.
The author of “Caffeine” offers tips and truths on the abiding addiction that shanghais our shut-eye—something we need more than ever now.
Research bears out what our grandparents said: Don’t eat too close to bedtime if you want to sleep well. Plus other recipes for a solid eight hours.