Food

New York’s Best Wine Bars

At these 11 watering holes, you’ll find some of the city’s finest wine lists, along with food to match.

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Torrisi Bar & Grill, From the Carbone Team, Opens in SoHo

French-Japanese fare in a small Greenpoint, Brooklyn, space, a larger branch of Bao Tea House in Little Italy and more…

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For Novice Cooks, Gavin Kaysen’s ‘At Home’ Is a Good Place to Start

Pick up the chef’s debut cookbook, attend a talk about the seasonality and nutritional value of Japanese ingredients, and more.

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You Can’t Resist This Easy Squash-Chickpea Recipe

I have a little problem when it comes to roasted winter squash. When I take a pan out of the…

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Fruitcake Is Delicious, and This Recipe Proves It

What would the holidays be without jokes about fruitcake — that it’s leaden, dry and hard, better used as a…

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Many Roads Lead to the Chef Tanya Holland’s ‘California Soul’

At 6 a.m. on a recent Tuesday, the chef Tanya Holland sat alert in the green room of “Good Morning…

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What Is a Wine Bar, Anyway?

New York wine bars are booming, with great new options proliferating and old standbys excelling. They seem to be popping…

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The Proustian Ideal of a Ham Sandwich

Jambon beurre, meaning ham-butter, or just ham on buttered baguette, might be the quintessential French sandwich. It’s a staple for…

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Our Best Thanksgiving Dessert Recipes

We here at New York Times Cooking believe that there’s a Thanksgiving dessert for everyone. You may love pie or…

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What Temperature Is a Turkey Done? And More Thanksgiving Questions, Answered

Making a Thanksgiving turkey is much easier than you think. Really! But whether it’s your first time making the bird,…

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