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  1. cooking
    It’s Time for FunfettiThis is not birthday cake or celebration cake. It’s cake because things are grim and it is a Wednesday.
  2. cooking
    Le Creuset TikTok Is the Only Good Thing on the Internet“Lemme flex the Le Creuset gang real quick.”
  3. cooking
    While the World Baked Sourdough, I Perfected My TahdigA home cook rediscovers the food of Iran during quarantine.
  4. making do
    Quarantine Cooking Forced Me to Chill in the KitchenWhat happens when extreme attention to detail becomes dangerous?
  5. field notes
    Our Cranky Restaurant Critic Finally Learns to Love S’moresAll it took was a game-changing technique from an ingenious backyard chef.
  6. encounter
    Assembling Tapas and Dismantling Monopolies With Zephyr Teachout“People should be very scared … You can see a lot of different futures right now.”
  7. cooking
    Hot Watermelon Is Unlikely. That Doesn’t Mean It’s Wrong.On the internet, watermelons are not simple slice-and-serve operations.
  8. trailer mix
    Let the Trailer for Selena Gomez’s Cooking Show Simmer in Your Sauté PanYou can devour it next month on HBO Max.
  9. groceries
    Red Hook Will Get to Keep Its Biggest Grocery Store After AllThe new buyer sounds better than Fairway, too.
  10. cooking
    Life After SourdoughWhat are we going to do now?
  11. dad food
    Homemade Pizza Is a Perfectly Unnecessary Dad-Bonding ExperienceIt’s time-consuming; it’s wildly inefficient; and it is an excellent way to get to know your father-in-law.
  12. dad food
    25 Food Dads on the Best Cooking Advice They Ever GotHow to cover a mistake, the perfect masala chai, the power of a humble onion, and more.
  13. dad food
    On Fatherhood and FoodWhat does it mean to nourish a family when dad can’t cook?
  14. quarantine
    How I’m Teaching My 6-Year-old to Cook for Himself“I briefly drifted into a vision of reading magazines while my child makes dinner.”
  15. faqs
    How to Cook With ShallotsYour pantry’s most controversial ingredient is also delicious!
  16. shutdown diaries
    I’m Surviving Quarantine by Cooking Gourmet Stoner Food for My 5-Year-OldWhy my new kitchen mantra is #StonerFoodsOfTheApocalypse.
  17. last night on late night
    Hark! A Wild Jeffrey Appears to Share Ina Garten’s Giant Cocktail“He’s a good sport.”
  18. grub guides
    Cook These Vegetarian Recipes to Eat Less MeatThe meat industry is broken. But these recipes are sound.
  19. field notes
    A Restaurant Critic’s Viral Bean HellAdam Platt joins the legume-hoarding masses.
  20. shutdown diaries
    What It’s Like to Self-Quarantine With a Michelin-Starred ChefTwo-hundred square feet, six jars of seaweed, and one stubborn gnocchi recipe…
  21. streaming
    I Can’t Stop Watching Celebrity Cooking VideosGive me all of your poor production and awkward editing!
  22. sticky garlic
    Making Sauce With Instagram’s Mildly Furious, Exceedingly Horny Italian UncleHow chef Frank Prisinzano became a must-follow.
  23. pursuits
    The Beautiful Impossibility of the Perfect Hard-Boiled EggWhy do we drive ourselves crazy trying to turn good recipes into better recipes?
  24. cooking
    A Crash Course in Indian CookingCan someone learn to feel a recipe in less than a week?
  25. bad ideas
    I Made Rachel’s English Trifle and Forced My Entire Family to Eat ItWhy, you ask? The better question: Why not?
  26. cooking
    In Praise of SchmaltzBonding with a total stranger over the world’s most perfect food.
  27. cooking
    Rice Cakes Fundido Are the Korean-Swiss-Mexican Mash-up You Need Right NowAt Brooklyn’s Haenyeo, chef Jenny Kwak has created a new type of multicultural food.
  28. likes
    Why Are Instagram-Famous Recipes So Impossible to Resist?The joy of #cooking.
  29. entertaining
    How to Fake a Perfect ‘Homemade’ ThanksgivingPrepare the ultimate feast — without cooking a thing.
  30. special delivery
    Can Meal Kits Ever Catch On?Recent moves by major players reveal an industry that simply can’t justify its own existence.
  31. cookbooks
    Can Someone With Normal Cooking Skills Make Superiority Burgers at Home?A new cookbook offers the promise of amazing homemade veggie burgers — but is it possible for a non-chef to do them justice?
  32. We Tested the World’s First Desktop Mealworm FarmThrowing a mealworm dinner party with help from Livin farms.
  33. fire!
    8 Essential New Grilling Techniques You Need to KnowAfter four decades of open-fire cooking, Mark Bittman knows how to win grilling season.
  34. cooking
    Where to Find a Mind-blowing Bone Marrow–and–Burrata RotiAt Alta Calidad, chef Akhtar Nawab combines Indian, Mexican, and European influence into one spectacular roti.
  35. bittman's kitchen
    Mark Bittman’s Year in CookingThe five biggest takeaways from a year spent (back) in the kitchen.
  36. bittman's kitchen
    A Rustic Zucchini Dish to Remind You of the Italian Childhood You Wish You HadMark Bittman’s simple, comforting recipe for zucchini and potatoes inspired by Sicily.
  37. bittman's kitchen
    Here’s How to Make the Most of Gorgeous Late-Summer TomatoesMake sauce for later, and a surprising free-form tart for now.
  38. bittman's kitchen
    Grill Some Duck Legs Before Summer Is OverA surprisingly simple go-to grilling recipe that makes the most of an unexpected ingredient.
  39. bittman's kitchen
    These Seafood Packs Are a Great Grilling Option When You’re Tired of MeatGrilling fish in a foil pack is a little like magic.
  40. bittman's kitchen
    This Homemade Ranch Dressing Is Fantastic on Just About EverythingEndlessly versatile and infinitely better than store-bought, this is your new go-to recipe.
  41. bittman's kitchen
    This Fried Chicken Is the Easiest, and Best, I’ve Ever MadeIt just requires care, and a few simple tricks.
  42. bittman's kitchen
    Recipe: This Berry Pudding Is the Perfect Midsummer DessertFresh raspberries and rich pound cake combine to make a simple-but-beautiful way to end a meal.
  43. bittman's kitchen
    Recipe: This Tomato Crumble Is the Perfect Summer Side DishThe topping on this cobblerlike pie is a savory, cheesy streusel that even holds up in the fridge for a day or two without getting soggy.
  44. bittman's kitchen
    Recipe: I Am Obsessed With These Carrot TacosFilled with fresh produce, charred-carrot tacos are great for summer.
  45. bittman's kitchen
    Watch: How to Make Mark Bittman’s Simple, Satisfying Veggie BurgersThese are the easiest, best bean burgers you’ve ever made.
  46. cooking
    This Go-to Carrot Dish Only Requires Two IngredientsThe highest and best use of carrots is roasting, not with seven other things, but alone, whole — with a lot of butter.
  47. introductions
    What I’ve Been Up ToGrub Street is honored to welcome our new columnist, Mark Bittman.
  48. snow snow snow
    What to Cook If You’re Snowed InIt’s a good excuse to stay inside.
  49. grub guides
    12 Foods That Will Actually Help You Be Healthier in 2017Quinoa chocolate chips, salmon jerky, savory sauces, and more.
  50. tech
    Reminder: Your Shiny New Amazon Echo or Google Home Is Great for Food TasksIt’ll send you recipes as you watch a Food Network show, and even get you pizza on command.
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