Simple Soup Recipes

If a pot of homemade soup brings to mind a big kettle of many ingredients simmering for hours, think again. There’s an easy formula for preparing vegetable soups that requires only a few ingredients and minimal cooking time, yet yields the same

Sweet and Savory Meet in This Sheet-Pan Dinner

January is often a “reset” month when it comes to cooking — an exciting time for broccoli and spinach, less so for filet of beef and cinnamon rolls. But after almost a year of pandemic cooking and a holiday season notably devoid

The Crispiest, Creamiest Vegan Pasta

Boredom often breeds innovation, especially in the kitchen. This pasta was the result of a life lived in lockdown, with ample time to spare and a heightened desire to use ingredients to their full potential. When Tara Holland, a friend and professional

I Can’t Wait to Make This Chicken

Hello and welcome to Five Weeknight Dishes. Maybe it’s just a mood, but I am embracing extra big and bold flavors this week — statement dishes, if you will. The recipes below use ingredients like capers, kimchi and barbecue sauce to bring

What to Cook This Weekend

Good morning. When our Tejal Rao fell ill with Covid-19 a while back, she lost her sense of smell. It’s a common neurological side effect of the virus, but troublesome for a journalist who writes about food. “Without smells to guide me,”

One Martini, Ice Cold, With a Blanket and a Scarf

In winters past, Del Pedro, an owner of Tooker Alley in Brooklyn, responded to snowfall by inviting a group of friends to drink martinis in the bar’s frigid backyard. Called the Polar Bear Martini Club, the gatherings were a wry gesture of

The T List: Five Things We Recommend This Week

Welcome to the T List, a newsletter from the editors of T Magazine. Each week, we’re sharing things we’re eating, wearing, listening to or coveting now. Sign up here to find us in your inbox every Wednesday. And you can always reach

Your New Breakfast Plan

Good morning. How’s your breakfast game going? Once, when everyone went to offices and shops for work, there was bolted coffee and Advil, a muffin from the kindly man with the cart on the corner, the occasional croissant, a bacon-egg-and-cheese. No more.

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