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For this chef, restaurant owner, cookbook author, and avid cyclist, setting up for a great sleep is a two-step process.
This food waste is in high demand.
Plus, tips from chefs about how to actually use it.
It's not all fat and flour!
Never feel guilty for asking for a substitution again.
Drop the pumpkin-spiced everything and give these 5 squash ideas a try.
As a chef, and as someone who enjoys anything food-related (creating it, reading about it, or eating it), it's always compelling to step outside the...
Tom Colicciho weighs in on his favorite tricks to stay healthy, GMOs, and more.
As a private chef, my absolute favorite thing about cooking is that there are no rules. Okay, yes, if you're baking, you need to be jam-on precise,...
Books for all the cooks (and aspiring cooks) on your shopping list this season.
When I teach private classes in peoples’ homes, so often I see their limited counter space packed to the gills with useless appliances and gadgets.
Erin McKenna was at the forefront of the cupcake craze in the early aughts. She won best cupcake in New York in 2006 and has since expanded her...
As private chef, I spend most of my days cooking for other people and rarely have time to sit down and eat a meal myself.
Franklin Becker is the executive chef of vegetable-forward restaurants The Little Beet and The Little Beet Table in New York City and executive chef...
After years of struggling with chronic pain, I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis. As a chef, I was working long, stressful hours. I wrote off my...