Category: New & Now

What It’s Actually Like to Run a Business With Your Significant Other

What if your partner in life was also your partner in business? We asked four Shop maker couples to give us the scoop on what it’s like to share everything together—and how they make their relationships, well, work. So grab the nearest chocolate-covered anything, tuck in, and prepare for a real-life love story. Photo by…


Andrew Zimmern’s New Children’s Book Is for Adventurous Kids—and Adults

You might know Andrew Zimmern for his intrepid, delicious sojourns around the world, as portrayed in the Travel Channel shows Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern, Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations, The Zimmern List, and more. You may also know him as a Food Network star, a multiple James Beard Award recipient, and a culinary expert, journalist,…


‘Ina’s Favorite Love Songs’ Is the Only Playlist We Need Right Now

Every couple has their song. For my husband and me, it’s “Sigh No More” by Mumford & Sons—the romantic (but, yeah, rowdy) folk tune that we walked down the aisle to. But, does every couple have their playlist? Ina and Jeffrey Garten do, of course. “Just in time for Valentine’s Day—a playlist of some of…


10 Very Useful Aldi Products That Get Us Halfway to Dinner

After a long work day, I find myself daydreaming about a personal chef waiting at my door with a glass of prosecco in hand and a perfectly cooked meal on the table. Maybe it’s slow-roasted salmon or a hearty beef stew. In reality, dinner is whatever I can cobble together in 10 minutes. Which is…


How a Mandoline Accident Taught Me to Slow Down in the Kitchen

I’m sitting on my couch, cursing to myself, to the world, and to the unearthly beings who allegedly rule over domesticity. My cats are looking at me in that particular brand of silent judgment that every cat owner knows too well. I just nearly sliced off the tip of my pinky on a Benriner Japanese…


Nom Wah Tea Parlor’s Wilson Tang

Photo by Will Moy The Lunar New Year falls on Feb. 5 this year. It’s a momentous occasion celebrated by millions around the world, and we reached out to some of our friends to see how they’d be ushering in the year of the pig. Here, we chat with Wilson Tang of New York institution,…


Easy Salted Maple Pie – Pie Baking Guide for Beginners

Photo by E. E. Berger Welcome to this year’s Piglet Community Picks! Until the Piglet Tournament of Cookbooks kicks off in March, we’ll be posting weekly reviews of the best new books you cooked from in 2018—written by you. To see other reviews, head here. And to catch up on the books that made it…


Food Recalls – Peaches, Plums, Nectarines, Baby Spinach, and Mesclun

When shopping for groceries this week, you’ll want to be extra-careful—per recent food-safety warnings issued by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), two separate recalls are currently in effect. Though no resulting illnesses have been reported as of this writing, the FDA is advising consumers to throw away or return all affected products for…


Best Snack Foods to Eat in Amsterdam

In college, I spent a semester studying abroad in Amsterdam—and after four months, my jeans had gotten pretty snug (even though I biked everywhere, hmm…). While the city might be known best for Heineken and legalized marijuana, it’s also a serious snacking destination. From traditional Dutch fare to grocery store staples, here are six bites…


Dorie Greenspan’s Weeknight Sheet-Pan Chicken Dinner

Welcome to this year’s Piglet Community Picks! Until the Piglet Tournament of Cookbooks kicks off in March, we’ll be posting weekly reviews of the best new books you cooked from in 2018—written by you. To see other reviews, head here. And to catch up on the books that made it into the main tournament, look…


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