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August 2012 - Page 2 of 10

  • Recipe

    Mini Red Velvet Whoopie Pies with Marshmallow Filling

    Maine's official state treat meets a classic of the deep South in this recipe for a mini, portable version of red velvet cake. Video: Watch Abby demonstrate how to make…

  • Recipe

    Streusel-Topped Double Cherry Slab Pie

    This open-faced hand tart uses a combination of dried and fresh fruit and simmered them to concentrate their flavors before filling and baking the tart. Although it’s an extra step,…

  • Recipe

    Coconut Curry Caramel Corn

    This is the recipe to think about if you are going to a party—it would make a great gift instead of a bottle of wine. I recently prepared this as…

  • Recipe

    Almost-Instant Yellow Cupcakes with Strawberry Cream Frosting

    Perfect for last-minute desserts yet still from-scratch delicious, these cupcakes can be whipped up in the time it takes the oven to heat. The frosting base is a combination of…

  • Recipe

    Black-Bottomed Nutella Swirl Mini Cheesecakes

    These chocolate-hazelnut treats combine the rich creaminess of a cheesecake with the portability and utensil-free convenience of a cupcake. Video: Watch Abby demonstrate how to make the mini cheesecakes.

  • Recipe

    Asian Turkey Noodle Soup with Bok Choy

    Borrowed from Chinese immigrants, this simple dish is a classic comfort food in Hawaii, where it’s known as “long rice.” Despite the name, there’s no rice here; the slippery, transparent…

  • Article

    The Science of Salt

    The kitchen’s most popular seasoning and how it works.

  • Article

    Four Ways to Cook in a Cast-Iron Skillet

    Inexpensive, nonstick, and practically indestructible, a cast-iron skillet rocks at almost any type of cooking.

  • Magazine

    Stirring the Chowder Pot

    With three types of clam chowder—Manhattan, New England, and Rhode Island—in a contentious rivalry, we take the stance that they’re all good.

  • Magazine

    Bake Now, Eat Later

    Just in time for the holiday crunch: four irresistible and completely make-ahead sweet endings for your Thanksgiving meal.