Texas Barbecue Fit for Father?s Day

Looking back on a family?s five-generation devotion to a historic smokehouse and restaurant.

Wines Under $20 for Hot Weather

Bottles that are built for the heat: light-bodied, agile and low in alcohol, whether red, white, rosé or sparkling.

How to Make Deviled Crab Backs, a Lowcountry Staple

Deviling bolsters smaller pieces of blue crab with mayonnaise, bread crumbs, sautéed aromatics, plus a kick of cayenne.

The Sweet Rewards of Bitter Melon

Asian American chefs are embracing the medicinal gourd anew.

The Woman Who Worked With Julia Child, Madhur Jaffrey and Edna Lewis

From her work with Julia Child, Madhur Jaffrey and Edna Lewis, Judith Jones revolutionized American cookbook publishing.

Pasta Nada: The Culinary Art of Making Something From Nothing

A quick spin through the pantry can produce a dinner to remember.

Restaurant Review: Penny, in the East Village

Almost everything on the menu at this sibling of Claud contains seafood. You sit at a counter to eat it. The only surprise is how well it all works together.

Warren Winiarski, Whose Fledgling Cabernet Bested the French, Dies at 95

His $6 bottle of Napa Valley cabernet won a historic tasting in Paris in 1976, astonishing connoisseurs and putting his Stag?s Leap winery on the map.

5 Festive Juneteenth Dishes

Make one, or make them all. Just make them yours.

James Beard Awards 2024: The Full List of Winners

Restaurants and chefs from Washington, D.C., Portland, Ore., and New Orleans took home top honors.

How Asian Groceries Like H Mart and Patel Brothers Are Reshaping America

As Asian groceries like H Mart, Patel Brothers and 99 Ranch expand, they are reshaping American eating habits, and the American grocery market.

How to Cut an Onion

The cookbook author Kenji López-Alt dives deep into a question of his own, with computer models and all.

Bánh by Lauren Offers Pandan Coffee Cakes, Fried Sesame Balls and More

Veerays will serve tandoori food, Son del North has Northern Mexico-style burritos and more restaurant news.

Try Melissa Clark?s Fruit Galette Recipe

Melissa Clark?s versatile fruit galette is an ?easy and beautiful? five-star reader favorite.

James Kent, Chef Who Was Building a Restaurant Empire, Dies at 45

He had opened two restaurants and a cocktail bar in downtown Manhattan, and he was preparing for a big expansion backed by LeBron James.

Buttermilk Fried Chicken For Father?s Day

My five-star recipe yields a crisp crust and luscious interior.

A Smoked Prime Rib for the Ages

Serve with mac and cheese, coleslaw, pickled jalapeños and potato salad.

Urban Tandoor Lures Customers With Campy TikTok Videos

Urban Tandoor, an Indian restaurant in southwest England, is using terrible music video parodies made by its staff to bring in new and younger guests.

Where to Eat: At the Bar

Best seat in the house, no question.

Easy, Superb Summer Cooking

Zucchini salad with bread crumbs! Cold sesame noodles with corn and basil! Tomato! Cheddar! Toasts!

A Perfect Cucumber Salad to Make Anytime

Ali Slagle?s cucumber-avocado salad has just five ingredients and complements pretty much every meal.

Mmm, Migas

Made with fried leftover corn tortillas for heft and jalapeño and onion for lift, these are scrambled eggs with oomph.

Restaurant Near St. Louis Bars Patrons Under 30

Customers generally support Bliss Caribbean Restaurant?s ban on male customers under 35 and women under 30. But some legal experts say there may be a problem.

Is Buttermilk Tres Leches the Perfect Cake?

An Appalachian twist on a classic Latin American dessert connects cultures and identities for a pastry chef.

The Best Thing About Salad Is Croutons

They add craveable texture to summery dinners like Lidey Heuck?s chopped salad with chickpeas, feta and avocado.

He Began With Sauce. Here?s Why This Brisket Sandwich Goes for $13.50.

Who has not dreamed of turning a side hustle into a full-time gig? Luis Rivera Jr., who sells barbecue on the weekends in the Bronx from his food truck, is trying.

Foraging on Public Lands Is Becoming More LImited

Collecting wild mushrooms, berries and other foods from public forests and parks has become so popular that state and federal agencies are imposing more restrictions.

How to Bake Salmon

Lean fillets of wild Alaskan Pacific salmon turn tender and rich with Ali Slagle?s ingenious recipe.

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