The Best of Serious Eats
9 most popular Serious Eats articles, as voted by our community.
Good cooks know how. Great cooks know why.
Serious Eats on Food
How a Food Dehydrator Can Help You Reduce Food Waste
We got some great ideas, tips, and tricks on how to use a food dehydrator to reduce food waste at home.
Should You Be Storing Coffee in a Coffee Canister?
We tested three types of coffee canisters to figure out whether they’re worth buying or if the best way to store coffee is right in the bag.
Serious Eats on Recipes
The Best Smooth Hummus Recipe
Puréeing garlic in lemon juice and blending chickpeas while they're hot = Israeli-style hummus that's both smooth and flavorful.
Serious Eats' Most Popular Recipes of 2022
The most popular recipes that Serious Eats published in 2022, including those from a wide range of countries, cultures, and cuisines, and a ton of potato recipes from Starch Madness 2022.
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Spice Hunting: Mahlab
Here's another one of those spices that makes you wonder how people got the idea to eat it. Mahlab is a powder made from the seeds of the St. Lucy's cherry, found in different parts of the…
A Guide to the Best Apples for Apple Pie
For an apple pie filling of tender but intact chunks of fruit, balanced perfectly between tart and sweet, not all apples are created equal.
The Best Egg Salad Recipe
Perfectly cooked boiled eggs, homemade mayo, bright lemon juice, crunchy celery, and some fresh parsley make for a near-perfect egg salad.
How to Crack Eggs Like a Badass
For the most part, the best way to proceed in the kitchen is carefully and deliberately. But there are times when you need to get a big job done and fast. Or maybe you just want to show off a little…
The Best Mint Chip Ice Cream Recipe
No mint leaves can match the charged blast of a slug of mint extract, but fresh mint ice cream has an unbeatable roundness of flavor you just can't find in a bottle. Add in lacy straciatella swirls…
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