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Yes, Dry-Aging Duck at Home Is Worth the Wait

Yes, Dry-Aging Duck at Home Is Worth the Wait

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Jamelle Bouie Reviews Pillsbury Cinnamon Roll Fillows

Jamelle Bouie Reviews Pillsbury Cinnamon Roll Fillows

[Photographs: Vicky Wasik. Video: Jamelle Bouie.] We’re very excited to announce the return of our Cereal Eats column, which has been on a six-year hiatus, and to reveal that Jamelle Bouie has signed on to be our new Cereal Eats columnist. Once a month, Jamelle […]

Sheet-Pan Chicken Fajitas Recipe | Serious Eats

Sheet-Pan Chicken Fajitas Recipe | Serious Eats

[Photographs: Vicky Wasik] Adapted from Kenji’s grilled skirt steak fajitas recipe—with its rich and flavorful lime, soy sauce, and cumin-spiced marinade—this version reworks the recipe using chicken thighs instead of steak and alters the technique so that all you need is an oven and a […]

Your Friday Moment of Zen

Your Friday Moment of Zen

[Illustration: Biodiversity Heritage Library] You did it! Another week down! We’re putting up a post very much like this one every Friday afternoon, to celebrate the fact that the week is done. Week, bye! We think of this series as something of a send-off for […]

Special Sauce: Sean Brock on the Distinction Between Happiness and Success

Special Sauce: Sean Brock on the Distinction Between Happiness and Success

[Sean Brock photograph: Peter Frank Edwards. Shrimp and grits photograph: Vicky Wasik.] On this week’s far-ranging Special Sauce we cover a lot of territory—and I mean a lot—of territory. We’ve got Sean Brock on the highs and lows of an extended stay in rehab, and […]

Toasted Sugar Gives These 10 Desserts Even More Flavor

Toasted Sugar Gives These 10 Desserts Even More Flavor

[Photographs: Vicky Wasik.] When Stella first wrote about toasted sugar, it changed everything. The process of making toasted sugar is as simple as very slowly baking white sugar until it takes on a darker hue and a nutty, caramelized richness. But the resulting flavor is […]

Shin Ramyun Is Terrible! (Long Live Shin Ramyun!)

Shin Ramyun Is Terrible! (Long Live Shin Ramyun!)

[Photographs: Vicky Wasik] Editor’s note: You may know Sho Spaeth as the editor who developed not one but three different recipes for homemade ramen noodles. Fun fact: He’s just as happy to nerd out on the store-bought stuff, which is exactly what he’ll be doing […]

This Rich Duck Stock Makes the Case for Buying Whole Ducks

This Rich Duck Stock Makes the Case for Buying Whole Ducks

[Photographs: Vicky Wasik] My desk at Serious Eats HQ is adjacent to that of our resident office dad and ramen whisperer, Sho Spaeth. From where I sit, I can turn my head to three o’clock, as I am doing right now, and survey the curated […]

Brown Duck Stock Recipe | Serious Eats

Brown Duck Stock Recipe | Serious Eats

[Photograph: Vicky Wasik] Being able to turn kitchen scraps into stock is a fundamental cooking skill (usually the first thing students are taught in culinary school) that is really easy to learn. Making your own stock helps you save money, cook better-tasting meals, and reduces […]

Sheet-Pan Chicken Thighs With Potatoes, Fennel, and Mustard-Beer Sauce Recipe

Sheet-Pan Chicken Thighs With Potatoes, Fennel, and Mustard-Beer Sauce Recipe

[Photographs: Vicky Wasik] This easy sheet-pan dinner manages to pull out all the stops, delivering tender chicken thighs with crispy skin, a potato-fennel gratin that’s in turns creamy and crispy, and a dead-simple “sheet-pan” sauce that amounts to little more than popping open a can […]