8 Easter Gifts From Trader Joe’s All Under $10

A lot of work goes into planning the perfect Easter meal for family and/or friends to gather around the table and enjoy. And, of course, the best way to thank your host is to show up with a small gift, as a token of your appreciation. Not sure what to get? Let us help: These 8 picks from Trader Joe’s […]

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These Are the Foods That Remind Me of Home

When it comes to the holidays, there are dishes that evoke a sense of nostalgia, and can seemingly transport us back to a specific time and place. Even the slightest whiff can conjure up memories—for me, it’s my grandmother’s asparagus casserole and cornbread dressing. As the holiday season approaches, we talked to chefs and sommeliers to find out which foods remind […]

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15 Recipes to Make This June

Nectarine-Buttermilk Pops Maybe the most beautiful popsicles ever created, this icy dessert balances the sweetness of nectarine with the creamy fullness of buttermilk. Spiced Grilled T-Bone Steaks
 These simple steaks are perfect for Father’s Day dinner. Food & Wine Culinary Director Justin Chapple rubs the meat with a mixture of brown sugar, coriander, cumin, paprika, and salt. Summer Vegetable Soup […]

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From Babka to Stollen: Your Guide to Holiday Cakes and Breads

Let’s be real—one of the best parts of the holiday season is the sheer amount of desserts and goodies that only come around this time of year. While you may be familiar with some of the more widely known seasonal favorites like American fruitcake or panettone, others may leave you stumped. Here’s a breakdown of all of those less familiar […]

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The One Homemade Gravy Mistake You’re Making—and How to Stop

  Homemade gravy is so easy to make—really. In fact, turkey gravy takes just six ingredients to make, and that’s counting salt and pepper. Still, there’s a mistake that people commonly make when preparing homemade gravy, and it ruins the whole thing: they cook it in a pot from scratch, rather than in the pot with all the drippings and […]

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What It Really Costs to Go to Coachella 2018

Beyoncé fans are getting their raincheck. This year’s annual Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, which takes place near Indio, California, spans two weekends, April 13-15 and April 20-22, 2018. And Beyoncé, who had to cancel her planned 2017 performance (pregnancies and festivals seem like a bad mix), is on track to headline the 2018 festival—along with stars like The […]

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The Ultimate Food & Wine Classic in Aspen Chef Cheat Sheet

The Food & Wine Classic in Aspen kicks off this June 15 with a stellar lineup of chefs, sommeliers, cocktail pros, and spirits experts. If you’re heading out to Colorado for this year’s festivities—or considering taking the trip—make sure to catch up on what all your favorite Food & Wine Classic in Aspen chefs are up to these days. Here’s […]

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The 7 Best Food Gifts I'm Giving This Holiday Season

By sharing my holiday gift picks with the universe, I am sacrificing the joy of my friends and family, who will no longer be surprised come Christmas. But I think their sacrifice will be worth it, considering I am spreading the good word of the books, cocktails, and more new items that are perfect for gifting this holiday season.  For the food nerd … The Noma […]

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The Secret Ingredient to Make the Juiciest Thanksgiving Turkey

Traditions are hard to break. It’s a nostalgic experience serving up and eating the same holiday dishes every year. Yet people still want twists to pique their interest and awaken their taste buds, whether the Thanksgiving turkey gets a slight makeover or the pumpkin pie skips the oven. In this case, this year’s Thanksgiving turkey won’t divert too far from […]

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