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  • Recipe

    Red-Cooked Tofu

    Red-cooking is a traditional Chinese braising technique that uses soy sauce, sugar, and rice wine to flavor the food and give it a dark red color. If you're not a…

  • Recipe

    Spiced Tomato & Red Lentil Soup

    Curry powder and garam masala are both Indian spice blends, which vary in flavor from blend to blend. Experiment to see which you prefer.

  • Recipe

    Orange-Scented Mulled Wine

    This traditional cold-weather drink is just what its name implies (to mull means to warm and spice): wine, usually red, infused with sugar, citrus, and spices, served warm. A seasonal…

  • Article

    Old Europe’s New Wines

    Three under-the-radar wine regions are making news with quality wines at affordable prices

  • Article

    Roasted Red Peppers

    Jarred roasted red peppers are a pantry staple for many busy cooks. Great as a topping on bruschetta and sandwiches or as a smoky flavor booster for pastas, dips, and…

  • Recipe

    Linguine with Roasted Red Peppers, Tomatoes & Toasted Breadcrumbs

    Toasted breadcrumbs are quick to make and add a nice crunchy element to  the sweet roasted peppers and tomatoes topping this pasta.

  • Recipe

    Red-Wine Pan Sauce


  • Recipe

    Stuffed Blue Cheese Burgers

    The humble cheeseburger becomes an elegant entrée in this inspired interpretation. A good way to tell if these burgers are cooked to your liking—without cutting into them to peek—is to…

  • Recipe

    Spicy Red-Eye Baked Beans

    The addition of the coffee, for which the recipe is named, deepens the other flavors in the beans.

  • How-To

    Two Ways to Roast a Pepper

    Oven-roast or fire-roast to coax the most flavor from sweet bell peppers

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