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The Asado Burger: All the Flavors of the Argentine Grill, on Bread

I've never been to a proper asado, the legendary grilling feast of the mountains of South America, but that doesn't mean I can't enjoy those flavors at home. It doesn't even mean I can't squeeze those flavors between two pieces of bread and transform them into a miraculous cheeseburger. Because I can, and I have. And it's enough to make a gaucho sweat with anticipation. More

Everything You Can Do With a Tin of Anchovies

Prized by chefs and home cooks around the world for their funky, briny flavor and extraordinary versatility, anchovies don't just adorn pizzas, salads, and sandwiches—they make their way into distinctive sauces, rubs, dressings, and dips, where they lend a meaty umami backbone to, well, anything you want. But exactly can you do with them? Let's take a look. More

Hey Chef, What Can I Do With Cauliflower?

Cauliflower's seen new life on restaurant menus and magazine recipe pages, but professionals and savvy home cooks alike have long appreciated its gently sweet flavor, hefty crunch, ability to caramelize, and all those nooks and crannies to soak in sauce. So we asked a pool of experts for some fun, new ways to make the most of this alabaster vegetable. More

18 Light and Summery Pasta Recipes

When you think of a pasta dinner, you're probably thinking of spaghetti tossed in vibrant marinara, or penne in creamy vodka sauce. But heavy, hearty sauces are far from the only way to enjoy pasta, and we have 18 pretty spectacular recipes to prove it. Recipes that are light in body, deliver on flavor, and don't require too much cooking, for simple and summery weeknight meals. More

6 New Must-Try Summer Beers

Summertime, and the drinkin' is easy. But choosing what to drink is actually a bit challenging. If you're tired of the same seasonal offerings and looking for something new, start here: six delicious, recently-released beers that are just the thing to quench your summer thirst. More

The Best Lobster Rolls in Boston

I'll be frank: After eating my way around Boston in search of the best lobster rolls, I came to the sad conclusion that Boston just isn't a great lobster roll town. But that doesn't mean there aren't diamonds in the rough, and a couple a truly destination-worthy. Here are our picks. More

5 Ice Cream Myths That Need to Disappear

While ice cream technology has certainly advanced in the past few hundred years, the basic recipes geared toward the home cook are pretty much what they've always been. That means old myths about making ice cream have never been questioned, and newly fashionable fancy foodists are spouting a lot of nonsense with no one holding them accountable. Today we put those myths to bed. More

A Killer Vegetarian Fourth of July Menu Even an Omnivore Will Love

Independence Day is all about the burgers and hot dogs for a lot of people, but that doesn't mean that vegetarians (or plain vegetable lovers like me) can't celebrate their independence with a whole mess of smoky, charred, grilled foods and delicious side dishes as well. I'm going to be out of the country this July 4th (I know!), but in my head, this is the menu I'd be serving at my backyard cookout. More

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