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What to Eat Now: October

Fall is in its heyday as we welcome cooler days and the cornucopia they bring: broccoli, butternut squash, leeks, spaghetti squash, pomegra…

When the Picky Eater is 40 (Not 4)

Conflicting palates and diets can make eating together pretty complicated, even as adults.

What to Eat Now: September

Berries may be on their way out, but September shines with apples, grapes, mangoes, and dates. Tomatoes are disappearing from markets, but…

9 Poisonous Plants People Love to Eat

Some of the most delectable plants we eat could actually kill us — unless, of course, you know how to prepare them.

Portuguese Cuisine — A Celebration of Life

I was fresh out of college on my first trip to Europe when I met a young Portuguese poet in Lisbon. He took me to a bistro in the ancient A…

10 Takes On Toast

Toast isn’t just for breakfast. Slice and smear your way to delicious tartines, open-faced sandwiches, and crostini any time of the day.

Carla Hall Tells Us The Secret To Smoking Salmon Without A Smoker

Carla Hall Tells Us The Secret To Smoking Salmon Without A Smoker

What to Eat Now: August

Farmers markets are bursting at the seams with summertime favorites like figs, corn, cucumbers, summer squash, watermelon, and peppers. Her…

Announcing Yummly Pro

Cook along with expert chefs in your own kitchen with guided videos. Yes, that's Carla Hall.

Learning to Cook for the Vegetarian in the House

Before I had children, I knew one thing for sure: I wasn’t going to become some kind of short-order cook as a mom. And then my tween daught…

What to Eat Now: July

Summer’s peak is nearly here, and Mother Nature shares her lush bounty: blueberries, melons, nectarines and peaches, plus eggplant and toma…

How to make grilled pizza

10 tips for success and 18 recipes to try this weekend

Grilled Desserts: Not Just For Pineapple Anymore

Caramelized pineapple, check. Nutella pizza and doughnut sundaes? Your summer dessert repertoire is about to get a lot more exciting.

What to Eat Now: June

It's party time at the farmers' market! Stone fruits, avocados, new potatoes, garlic scapes, and berries are all back and ready to ring in…

The Best Scrambled Eggs (Ten Ways)

How to make the best way to make scrambled eggs depends on taste so we cooked up the best scrambled eggs ten ways for you to choose from.

Top Grilling Tips and the 15 Easiest Grilling Recipes

Whether you’re brand-new to grilling or just want to stop torching the chicken, we’ve got the tips and recipes to make you a backyard champ.

Mushrooms 101: The Ultimate Guide To Mushrooms

Think you know your mushrooms? To stem the tide of questions, we packed this article to the gills with everything you need to know to buy…

What to Eat Now: May

May flowers have finally arrived, and spring is in full swing. Experience the season’s sweet and savory notes with tender spinach, strawber…

The Best Cookbooks Out This Spring (That We'll Be Gushing About All Year)

The best cookbooks out this spring including Indian-ish by Priya Krishna, The Turkish Cookbook by Musa Dağdeviren, and The Last O.G. Cookb…

Lessons From A First-Time Meal Planner

Is meal planning the panacea for all your weekday cooking woes? Or is it only useful to supermoms with large families to feed? I gave it a…

Recipes You Need To Launch Your Self-Care Sunday

Self-Care Sunday is the new Sunday Funday and if you haven't gotten your routine down yet, we have some recipes to recharge for the week ah…

What to Eat Now: April

With its bounty of feisty ramps and rhubarb, mysterious morels and ramps, and tender spring asparagus and garden peas, April showers us wi…

Trendy Turmeric: Why Everyone's Talking About It, Plus Our Favorite Recipes That Use It (Deliciously)

Turmeric is the golden child of the spice rack. It sings of many nutritional benefits and uses, from drinks to dinner and even self-care. H…

Congee: A Delicious Way to Use Leftover Rice (That Maybe You've Never Heard Of)

While Americans enjoy oatmeal as a breakfast treat, Chinese-Americans take comfort in congee, a rice porridge that's easy to eat and just a…

Slow Cooker 101: Tips And Tricks For The Simplest Appliance

The settings are on or off, high or low. The culinary technique is mostly “set it and forget it.” For a delicious dinner you barely have to…

Celebrating Pi Day: How to Make Pie Count

March 14 is the intersection of math and food and we're celebrating both for Pi(e) Day with an explanation of both.

Crawfish Étouffée: A Recipe For A Southern Celebration

When Carnival ends, a new reason to party in Louisiana is right behind it: Crawfish season!

What To Eat Now: March

March 20th marks the first official day of spring! This March, look for the first snappy tastes of the season in the form of artichokes, ra…

King Cake: A Mardi Gras Recipe To End The Season Of Indulgence

From the beginning of January to Ash Wednesday, New Orleans celebrates Carnival with parades and king cake — a cake as unique as the city i…

Campaigning For Casseroles: In Defense of the Original One-Pot Meal

The casserole is the OG one-pot meal. Full of culinary quandaries, we demystify the dish and make the case for including casseroles in your…

What To Eat Now: February

In February, keep your eye out for fresh kale, spring onions, grapefruit, kiwi, and kumquats.

New Year, New You? A Look At America’s Most Popular Diets

Can you eat beans on the Paleo diet? What about Keto? Are gluten-free foods low carb? And when is a nut not a nut? We answer your burning q…

The Year In Yums: 2018

We all cooked and ate a lot in 2018, and while we're looking forward to Yumming even more in 2019, we thought we'd take a look back at the…

Eating In The New Year: Recipes For A Lucky Year

As the year winds down, we're looking ahead to a promising new year. To boost your chances of having a fruitful year, we put together a lis…

Ham It Up! Best Holiday Hams For A Jolly Christmas

Ham often plays second fiddle on Christmas, edged out by the same old roast or Thanksgiving Turkey, Part II. But a craggy ham with a luscio…

How to Cook a Perfect Roast Beef

There's a lot of conflicting information out there about how to cook roast beef. Here, we answer your most pressing questions so you can co…