Food & Wine

Archive by category ''Food & Wine


    Cooking in small spaces, strategically

    It sounds weird, but the prospect of spending a week sailing on the vast expanse of Lake Superior is when I most channel my inner New Yorker.


    Learning how to make crabapple jelly

    The day before we were to leave for a long weekend at the beach, my neighbor Larry came bearing a gift: 5 pounds of crabapples picked from another neighbor's tree.


    Dive into a big bowl of cold soup

    The sun is blazing. The sweat is dripping. The air feels as if it is sticking to your skin.


    Wine of the Week: 2012 Enkidu 'E' Old Vine Field Blend

    This old vine field blend from Enkidu's owner and winemaker Phillip Staehle is 60 percent zinfandel, 24 percent carignane and 8 percent each alicante bouschet and petite sirah, a proportion that reflects the way vines were planted in the three vineyards that go into this appealing, rustic blend. ...


    Roasted Butternut and Herb Tart

    The cover of the Food & Wine section July 23 will feature veggies getting their due on the grill. Inside you'll find more recipes plus buying, cooking and health tips on a variety of food-related subjects. For past food stories and recipes go to


    Keeping it sweet with wine and food pairings

    It's amazing how much sugar we eat, even while we think that we are not. Many prepared foods contain sweeteners (look for ingredients ending in "-ose") and contemporary cooking is replete with sweetness (tropical fruit salsas; balsamic reductions; meats stewed with dried fruits). Sweetness in food...


    Test Kitchen recipe: Blueberry Zucchini Bread

    Zucchini is one of summer's star veggies and a culinary workhorse of the kitchen. You can shred it for breads, muffins or pan-fried zucchini cakes. It can be sliced for gratins, casseroles and pasta dishes. You can thinly slice zucchini and use it raw in place of traditional pasta noodles and top...

  • FOOD

    Kebab dish easy to make with pesto

    This is a quick lamb kebab with linguine in a mint pesto. The meal is made even quicker using prepared pesto sauce mixed with chopped fresh mint. Use lamb cubes cut from the leg. If it is not on display, ask the supermarket meat cutters for some or a substitute. The kebabs can be cooked either on...

  • FOOD

    Ideas for eating abundance of zucchini

    Zucchini bread is fine and all, but when you’re staring down a mountain of summer abundance, how much of it can you really eat? Convinced we could find more — and more creative — ways to use up a bounty of zucchini, we decided to explore out-of-the-box ideas for summer’s ...

  • FOOD

    Summer treats as cool as ice

    In the heat of the summer, I rely on one of my favorite tropical ingredients to make cooling treats.

View More