Food & Entertaining
Ask A Mixologist: The “Everyone Brave Is Forgiven” Cocktail
Marlene Thorne of Famous Last Words shares the recipe for her "perfectly bittersweet" beverage.
Ask A Chef: Chicken-Fried Oyster Mushrooms
Chef Hayden Johnston of Richmond Station in Toronto shares his recipe for Chicken-Fried Oyster Mushrooms. Q: Sometimes you eat a restaurant dish that seems simple but tastes like there’s so much more going on. I’d love to be able to recreate the Chicken-Fried Oyster Mushrooms served as a snack…
Golden Tagliatelle & Greens
This vibrantly sauced pasta has the flavors of a coconut curry and a secret base of carrot juice. If you can find smoky coconut chips (sometimes called coconut bacon), it’s a great foil for the sweeter elements.
Skillet Cypriot Spaghetti
Our version of this simple dish incorporates rotisserie chicken, a bit of mellow garlic and a boost of lemon zest. If you’ve never grated halloumi before, you may be surprised by how nice an addition it can be to a pasta dish.
The Ultimate Mac & Cheese
Pockets of extra-melty Fontina and salty prosciutto on top are the secret to taking a classic dish over the edge. Omit the prosciutto and serve with a green salad if you’re feeling vegetarian!…
French Baked Eggs With Smoked Salmon & Tarragon Cream
Try this French Baked Eggs With Smoked Salmon & Tarragon Cream recipe from the new cookbook, Dinner in French. Is it at all surprising that when the French bake eggs, they do so in a bath of cream? Here, the cream is seasoned with fresh tarragon…
Master Weekend Entertaining With The New Cookbook, See You On Sunday
New York Times food editor Sam Sifton’s latest cookbook is all about rediscovering Sunday supper and gathering friends and family for a meal. Casual weekend hosting just makes life better, and Sam’s generous book of 200 recipes will definitely help you feed a crowd. Full of international flavors (think: Chicken Adobo…
Try this Chicken Shawarma recipe from the new cookbook, See You on Sunday.
Try this Fish Tacos recipe from the new cookbook, See You on Sunday.
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Lynda Reeves’ Best Tips For Entertaining With Ease
This article originally appeared in the December 2018 issue of House & Home My favorite way to host is always a dinner party. It’s the most relaxed and personal way to entertain, and if you develop a system for being organized, you can actually enjoy yourself and your guests. Here are…
Make Restaurant-Worthy Meals At Home With Ask A Chef
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5 Entertaining Tips From Drake’s Event Planner Catriona Smart
How do you plan a party for 1,000 guests in less than a week? If you’re Catriona Smart, and the client is Drake, you take a deep breath, make some calls and come up with something never seen before. But, she’s happy to play host at home, too. In…
6 Easy Holiday Recipes For A Memorable Meal
Special meals deserve a special effort, and this dream team of dishes is just the ticket. First, a gooey cheese with figs — set it on the table and forgo any other finicky hors d’oeuvres. The main event is roasted pork with pretty pink applesauce and collards. Only the rosemary…
How To Cook Thai Food At Home
Chef Nuit Regular shares her go-to recipes and best advice.