16 Grilling Recipes You’ll Want to Make All Summer Long

No vacations, no picnics, no concerts: Last summer left much to be desired. This year, let’s make up for it by spending as much time outside as possible, grilling great foods with good friends. (Safely, of course.) These 16 tried and true

Tastes of Spring

Good morning. Some store-bought puff pastry, goat cheese, crème fraîche, asparagus, fresh tarragon, plenty of Parmesan and a sprinkle of red-pepper flakes — you don’t need much more than that and an hour to make Melissa Clark’s fantastic springtime tart (above). And

Epicurious Has a Beef With Beef

Could an empire of the kitchen quietly stop cooking with beef and leave no one the wiser? That appears to be the feat accomplished by Epicurious, the popular online recipe bank where home cooks have gone to hone their skills for a

Veranda, From George Mendes of Aldea, Opens in SoHo

Headliner Veranda George Mendes, the chef who enlivened menus at Aldea and Lupulo with Portuguese flavors, is back at the stove. He closed Lupulo more than three years ago and Aldea a little over a year ago after a 10-year run, because

Receptions on Wheels: the Food Trucks Roll In

From raw oysters to lobster rolls to alcohol-infused ice-cream, food trucks deliver modernized, pandemic friendly wedding spreads. “The food truck is uniquely suited to manage the flow — and the food just arrives,” said Matt Geller, the chief executive of Best Food

Urban Farmers Captured on Canvas

“Re-Enchanting the City,” an exhibition in Chelsea, highlights the visual record of the many vibrant local farms, community gardens and rooftop plantings around the city by the artist Elizabeth Downer Riker. About 10 years ago she started painting rooftop farms in Long

A Mezcal With Brooklyn Connections

Cinco de Mayo is just around the corner, so you might as well stock up on mezcal like everybody else. (Drizly, an e-commerce liquor retailer, reports that mezcal sales were up 600 percent last year.) Danny Mena, a chef who was notably

A Zoom Discussion of Anthony Bourdain’s Irreverent Travels

Laurie Woolever, a writer who was the assistant to the peripatetic writer and television personality Anthony Bourdain, has assembled an offbeat yet practical travel guide that the two of them started working on not long before he died in 2018. She soldiered

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