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Making Indonesia-Style Satay Is All About Finding Your Grill Groove

Satay is the ultimate street theatre—an edible performance, which plays out on every corner throughout the Indonesian archipelago. The smoke; the promising scent of scintillating coconut husks; the sound of fat dripping over hot coals; the dance-like moves of the satay vendor as he turns the skewers, brushing the sweet soy sauce glaze over the …

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Shopping Guide: The New School Asian Food Pantry

There’s never been a better time to be cooking with Asian ingredients in the United States. After decades of erasure and misrepresentation, American supermarket shelves and digital marketplaces finally look more like the country’s diverse population and palate. This shift is largely thanks to a new wave of first- and second-generation Asian American chefs, food …

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These Asian American Entrepreneurs Are Redefining the Millennial Pantry

Like many during the COVID-19 pandemic, I found myself taking up new hobbies—especially in the kitchen, where I tried my hand at traditional Vietnamese recipes that I wouldn’t have dreamt of attempting before. (I’m not the only one: working from home and with more flexibility than ever, one in six Americans took up a new …

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26 Blueberry Recipes to Showcase the Fruit’s Summery Sweetness

Thanks to modern advancements in snap-cold technologies, blueberries are available year-round as flash-frozen treats. But both cultivated and wild varieties are at their peak in the height of summer. That’s when markets overflow with punnets of the luscious, tart pearls and our hands—and lips—stain purple as we race back to bake the sweet fruit into …

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This Afghan Entrepreneur Directly Supports Women Who Harvest Saffron

Food is more than what’s on the plate. This is Equal Portions, a series by editor-at-large Shane Mitchell, investigating bigger issues and activism in the food world, and how a few good eggs are working to make it better for everyone. “I drink a cup of saffron tea every day,” says Tahmina Ghaffer, founder of …

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José Andrés Shares His Go-To Steak Recipe—Plus 21 More Ideas

Whether grilled, pan-seared, or roasted, few things are as primally satisfying as perfectly cooked beef. And while of course it’s healthier and more sustainable to consume meat in moderation, every once in a while we still want to go all-out with a big, juicy steak. When it comes to how best to cook a steak—or …

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Raspberry and Blackberry Recipes To Sweeten Your Summer

We know. It’s tough to resist the temptation to snack on berries fresh from the market on the way home. That’s why we always recommend picking up twice as many as you need. If you can hold off on devouring the entire basket, these bite-sized treasures will seriously upgrade your morning pancake game. Then you …

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4th of July Recipes As Fun and Free-Spirited As The Holiday

Grilling is a Fourth of July tradition so important it’s a near patriotic duty. Nothing says U.S.A. more than juicy steaks, tender ribs, and a classic burger. But this year, elevate your grill game with creative marinades (blueberry, anyone?) and rubs guaranteed to draw a crowd from down the whole block. Shake up the usual …

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