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Kathy Kingsley

  • Article

    Why Cooking Is Key, Now More Than Ever

    March 20, 2020 Like so many people across the country and around the world, we’re following government advice and working from home. For us that means writing and editing, testing…

  • Magazine

    All About Buying and Cooking with Grass-Fed Beef

    When it comes to shopping for a great-tasting steak, it’s no longer just about choosing the right cut and grade. We now know that an animal’s diet is also an…

  • Article

    How to Decipher Beef Labels

    While the difference between grass-fed and grain-fed cattle would appear to be a simple distinction, the labeling on packages can be confusing. Consumers need to be wary of some grass-fed…

  • Recipe

    Bloody Berry Margarita

    Make this blood-red margarita extra spooky by rimming the glass with black sanding sugar.

  • Recipe

    Monster Melon Mash

    Dry ice gives this haunting green cocktail an eerie, smoking effect.

  • Magazine

    How to Make Caramelized Lemon Slices

    The sliced-lemon garnish pictured on the Roasted Lemon Tart is simple to make. It makes a fantastic garnish to any lemon dessert, including Lemon Icebox Cake, Lemon Cheesecake Bars, and…

  • Grilled T-bone steak
    Recipe

    Spice-Rubbed T-Bone Steaks

    These vibrantly flavored steaks are the perfect canvas for a summer aïoli.

  • Neapolitan cookies
    Recipe

    Italian Neapolitan Cookies

    These buttery cookies are a traditional Italian treat and easier to make than they look. The recipe uses one dough divided onto three portions and flavored with almond, mocha, and…

  • pistachio-cherry biscotti
    Recipe

    Chocolate-Dipped Cherry-Pistachio Biscotti

    These sweet and tart cookies are crunchy because they’re baked twice, which makes them ideal for dunking into espresso or dessert wine. Dipping them in melted chocolate is optional, but…

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    5 Rules Every Cook Should Know

    As the editorial director of Fine Cooking, I’m frequently asked for cooking advice. I’m happy to engage in these conversations because sometimes I learn a few things, too (who knew…

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