What to Cook This Week

Good morning. My friend Gilbert was talking about baguettes the other day, about how the really good ones have this shatteringly crisp crust that can cut the roof of your mouth, and how soft and airy they are within, and how good

Scaling Down Recipes for Small-Batch Baking

When Mike Johnson made tiny batches of baked goods in early 2020, he did so to minimize the use of yeast and flour, which was hard to find in the early stages of the pandemic. “It was a way for me to

Low Effort, Big Reward

Hello and welcome to Five Weeknight Dishes. These days, I find myself swinging from wanting to cook beyond the boundaries of my routine and wanting to cook whatever requires the least effort. (I also order more pizza delivery than I ever have

What to Cook This Weekend

Good morning. I spend a lot of time looking for silver linings in this awful pandemic, and if there are precious few of them, one is this: Project cooking is easier when you spend so much time at home. Set out a

Super Bowl Means Snacking, Even Without Parties

Last year, the restaurant chain sold more than 11 million wings on Super Bowl Sunday. This year, Mr. Tick said, he expects to meet or exceed that number even with his 1,200 restaurants around the country facing varying dine-in restrictions. “We expect

17 Super Bowl Recipes for the Tiniest Tailgate

So you won’t be downing a plate of too-hot jalapeño poppers in a crowded bar during the Super Bowl. But you can delight in a spicy, cheesy treat from the comfort (and safety!) of your home. This year, make a couple snacks

The T List: Valentine’s Day Gift Guide, Part I

Welcome to the T List, a newsletter from the editors of T Magazine. This week and next, we’ve turned it into a Valentine’s Day gift guide, with recommendations from T staffers and contributors on what to give your loved ones — or

At Dhamaka, Indian Village Food Comes to the City

Last winter, Chintan Pandya, one of the most celebrated Indian chefs in the United States, was in his dining room at home, wondering what his next restaurant could be. His wife, Namrata, offered him a bowl of thinly sliced potatoes and a

Birthdays in Quarantine

Welcome. Take five minutes today and let The Times’s classical music writers and some of their favorite artists convince you to fall in love with string quartets. I spent my five with the musician and producer Rostam Batmanglij’s pick, the second movement

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