Category: What to Cook

These Jammy White Chocolate Blondies Have a Surprise Ingredient That Takes Them Over the Top

If you’ve ever been to Lilia in Brooklyn, NY, you know that a forkful of Missy Robbins’ cacio e pepe is like being struck by cupid’s arrow, only it’s better because instead of falling in love with a person you’re falling in love with a big a pile of pasta. But it isn’t the copious…


Year of the Pig · i am a food blog i am a food blog

The Year of the Pig is fast approaching…are you guys ready? I have super fond memories of Lunar New Year and every time it comes around, I know that I’m going to get a little bit fluffier because of all the delicious food that is around. Food is a huge part of celebrating and I’m…


How Beef Stroganoff Taught Me About Compromise in My Marriage

Whether it’s a first date or 47th anniversary, it’s hard to separate romance from food. In With Love & Red Sauce we’re exploring the ways these two interact—from newlyweds learning to compromise over dinner to celebrating your longest relationship (with noodles!). A few months after my husband, Justin, and I started dating, I found out…


This Unexpected Ingredient Is the Key to a Better Banana Bread

Banana bread gets a savory upgrade. Photo by Rocky Luten Miso is in vogue. From Nobu’s famous miso-marinated black cod, to fancy restaurant sauces and glazes, to miso caramel apples, no longer is Japan’s funky fermented soybean paste confined to the realm of soups. At home, I’m often to blame for spiking my family’s meals…


Easy Cheese Dip Recipe – Best Appetizer for the Super Bowl or Any Party

This cheesy skillet dip is not so much a recipe as it is a description of the last-ditch attempt I regularly make to be a good dinner party host. A lifeboat made of melted cheese, if you will. Perhaps this sequence of events sounds familiar: you invite a handful of guests to a dinner party….


Best Instant Pot Recipes for Easy Weeknight Dinners

I’m not going to beat around the bush. It was, like, nine degrees Fahrenheit earlier this week in New York City. No amount of scarves, long underwear, tights beneath long underwear, double socks, or ear muffs could’ve prepared me for the walk to the grocery store around 4 p.m. By the time I returned to…


How I Came to Terms With Korean Army Stew & My Grandmother’s War Trauma

Good food is worth a thousand words—sometimes more. In My Family Recipe, a writer shares the story of a single dish that’s meaningful to them and their loved ones. Growing up, I only got to eat budae jjigae on rare occasions. My parents would bring out the portable gas burner from the pantry and place…


Fettuccine Alfredo Recipe – Why Pasta Is the Best Solo Supper

Table for One is a column by Senior Editor Eric Kim, who loves cooking for himself—and only himself—and seeks to celebrate the beauty of solitude in its many forms. My barometer for a good restaurant has always been: How do they treat solo diners? I.e. me, when I walk in alone and gesture to the…


Easy Pasta Recipes – Best Noodles for Fast Dinners

Here’s what I look like after I walk through the door after work on a chilly winter weeknight: a shell of myself. Here’s what I’m wearing: a blanket slung around my shoulders (drafty apartment!) and one shoe, because after I removed its partner, I realized I couldn’t be bothered with the other. Here’s what I…


A Roasted Red Pepper Dip Recipe That’s So Creamy & Delicious, You’d Never Know It Was Whole30 Compliant

Here’s the thing about the bounds of my love for dips and spreads: there are none. I’ve yet to meet one I didn’t love. There’s hummus. Baba ganoush. Potlagel. Aioli of all shapes and sizes. Guacamole. Salsa verde, salsa roja, and every salsa in between. Bagna cauda. Pesto (maybe more of a sauce, technically, but…


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