Jalapeño-Stuffed Roast Chicken With Skin Chips Recipe

With a killer sticky-sweet honey glaze
Mar 5, 2015 12:00 pm
Photo: Paul Harrison

There was a time in my life where I roasted a chicken basically every Sunday night, almost the same way every time: salt, pepper, butter, thyme (à la Thomas Keller). But no matter how good something basic is, it’s possible to get tired of it. This time, I brined both the skin and the bird in an herbacious, fiery brine that permeates the meat (and skin).

Dark Chocolate Espresso Madeleines Recipe

Dense, fudgy chocolates cake with a hit of espresso
Feb 22, 2015 11:30 am
Photo: Steve Legato

They're short, sweet and very chic — they're madeleines, a ubiquitous French pastry that's a cross between a cake, a cookie and a sea creature. Bake dozens of these shell pastries at home with author Barbara Feldman Morse's new book, Madeleines.

Fried Chicken With Coffee Molasses Recipe

Sweet Chick's fried chicken brined in sweet tea
Feb 11, 2015 1:00 pm

How about a little tea and/or coffee with your chicken? Don't worry, it won't get in the way — we're talking brine and sauce, respectively, which is how chef Randy Reppel does deep-fried bird at Williamsburg's all-organic Sweet Chick. The sweet-tea brine keeps the meat juicy and succulent and the drizzle of coffee-spiked molasses brings it all home. Make it at home, pair it with your favorite waffle recipe and elevate this humble cuisine to "everyone's favorite thing you make."

General Tso Fried Chicken Recipe

Crunchy fried chicken with fiery Szechuan pepper
Jun 26, 2014 2:30 pm
general tso fried chicken

Grab a table at Martha, chef/owner Andres Valbuena's Fort Greene supper club-turned Chinese bistro. Valbuena's General Tso fried chicken has risen to the top of the heap as Martha's most popular dish. With this recipe, you can make it at home! But be forewarned: you may never make regular fried chicken again.

10 Ideas For A Beat The Heat Dinner Tonight, Starring Vinegar

The tart, the pickled, the sour, the awesome.
Jul 15, 2013 1:01 pm

A little vinegar spike is exactly what we need to cool down, as is proven by science. The cooling effects of these light, tart dishes is sure to bring the temperature down to a tolerable simmer. That pickled shrimp makes a hell of a cocktail on ice. Peruse this selection of tested and approved summer dishes and save the beef and cheese-stuffed stuff for when you've got actual heat to generate and conserve.

      12 Ideas For Dinner Tonight: Schmears, Spreads And Glazes

      Stack up the flavor layers with these recipes
      Jul 10, 2013 3:01 pm

      What's one thing spreads, schmears and glazes have in common? They exist to build up, complement and highlight flavors. Also, we realize spreads and schmears are more or less the same thing, but we apply schmears with slightly more gusto. Check out our tart, savory and sweet fruit and veggie-forward recipes and see how much better everything tastes with a little extra love schmeared on it.

          Samuel Adams Boston Lager Ham Glaze

          David Burke's peachy way to glaze ham with beer
          Mar 27, 2013 3:01 pm
          beer glaze for ham
          Photo: Shardayyy on Flickr

          We trust our the success of our holiday meats to nobody but celebrity chefs. Well, and Mom and Grandma and stuff. But unless they can invent something better than lobster steak, we're going to have to go with David Burke for our Easter ham glaze this year. 

          Jack Daniel's Chocolate Chip-Praline Cake Recipe

          We'll take our JD cake with buttered whiskey glaze
          Oct 26, 2012 3:01 pm
          jack daniel's cake recipe
          Photo: Ron Manville

          When it comes to Southern cooking, there are few dishes that can't be improved with a little Jack Daniel's. Cookbook author, food and drink writer and Food Republic contributor Chris Chamberlain loaned us this chocolate chip cake recipe from his new book, The Southern Foodie


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