Stock Up on Actually Good Meat With 20% Off at D’Artagnan

Stock Up on Actually Good Meat With 20% Off at D’Artagnan

In these days of self-isolation, we’re trying to limit how often we go to the grocery store (even though it’s usually one of our favorite pastimes). That means looking online to see where we can find what we need. Luckily, there are lots of excellent…

Special Sauce: Kenji on His Food Safety Article

Special Sauce: Kenji on His Food Safety Article

[Photograph: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt. Photograph of pizza boxes: Shutterstock.] It’s obviously still not business as usual at Serious Eats (or anywhere else in the world, for that matter), so we’re going to continue to produce Special Sauce episodes that deal with the coronavirus pandemic. On…

How to Sanitize Your Kitchen From Coronavirus

How to Sanitize Your Kitchen From Coronavirus

[Photographs: Shutterstock] Like most of us, I tend to think of my home as my safe space. But right now, our safety nets are threatened, and the fact that coronavirus is invisible to the naked eye adds a degree of stressful uncertainty to places that…

Starch Madness: Announcing the Wheat 16!

Starch Madness: Announcing the Wheat 16!

[Photograph: Vicky Wasik Graphic: Maggie Lee] After pulse-pounding action in the first two rounds of Starch Madness, we’ve officially arrived at the Wheat 16. First and foremost, we would like to thank all of you who have been participating in Starch Madness—it brings us so…

10 Common Crimes Against Pasta You Don’t Have to Commit

10 Common Crimes Against Pasta You Don’t Have to Commit

[Video: Serious Eats Video. Photographs: Vicky Wasik.] We’re serious about pasta here at Serious Eats. So serious, we’ve decided to launch a Past Crimes Task Force, aimed at rooting out every major and minor pasta crime committed across the land. Why is this necessary?* Because…

Support Small Wineries With These Coronavirus-Prompted Discounts

Support Small Wineries With These Coronavirus-Prompted Discounts

[Photograph: Vicky Wasik] There are roughly 10,000 wineries in the US that together employ around one million people and generate about $220 billion annually. With that much on the line, winemakers both large and small have a plan for most contingencies—and an insurance plan for…

A History of the Drive-Thru, From California to Coronavirus

A History of the Drive-Thru, From California to Coronavirus

[Photographs: Shutterstock] Drive-thru windows are as American as apple pie and insider trading. And right now, the behaviors they facilitate—impatiently over-ordering, seeking instant gratification in a warm bag of fresh food, not having to get out of the car or change out of pajamas—are more…

Spaghetti With Canned-Clam Sauce Recipe

Spaghetti With Canned-Clam Sauce Recipe

Photograph: Sho Spaeth It’s tempting to claim that this recipe for clam sauce, made with canned clams, is a product of coronavirus. It would be easy to frame it as a nimble pivot on the part of our recipe team—particularly a specific, man-of-the-people recipe team…

Spaghetti With Canned-Clam Sauce

Spaghetti With Canned-Clam Sauce

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How Are You Using Food to Stay Connected?

How Are You Using Food to Stay Connected?

[Photograph: Tara Austen Weaver] Remember three weeks ago, when we didn’t have to stay six feet away from everyone? I can’t remember another time in my life when I wanted so badly to connect with other people. I miss the barista at my Brooklyn coffee…