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Regaining Chicken Salad’s Dignity, Any Time of Day

Regaining Chicken Salad’s Dignity, Any Time of Day

Poached chicken, fresh tarragon and buttery pecans elevate the classic chicken salad.

A Dwindling Catch Has Alaskans Uneasy

A Dwindling Catch Has Alaskans Uneasy

Mike Wood, an owner of Su Salmon Co., and Israel Payton headed out with their nets into Cook Inlet outside Anchorage in July. They have managed to find red salmon in the worst fishing summer in memory, and have been swamped with orders from locals who couldn’t catch their own.

For Dry Tastes, an Aromatic Altar to Bitters

For Dry Tastes, an Aromatic Altar to Bitters

At the Amor y Amargo: the Diamonds and Guns cocktail, with vermouth, genever and celery bitters.

Unfiltered Fervor: The Rush to Get Off the Water Grid

Unfiltered Fervor: The Rush to Get Off the Water Grid

Opal Springs Water Company in Culver, Ore., bottles “raw water” — unfiltered, untreated, unsterilized spring water — for the start-up company Live Water.

Hawaiian Food Is Flourishing … in Utah?

Hawaiian Food Is Flourishing … in Utah?

The brothers Kimo and Kalani Mack, who hail from Oahu, moved to Salt Lake City and opened their restaurant, Mo’ Bettahs, with no experience, no business plan and only the money they had saved driving buses in Honolulu.

In Canada, Hunting and Preserving an Indigenous Way of Life

In Canada, Hunting and Preserving an Indigenous Way of Life

Cezin Nottaway, an Algonquin who runs a catering business, smokes moose meat using a method she learned from her grandmothers. She is part of a rising generation of Indigenous cooks and scholars trying to preserve and spread the food culture of their ancestors.

The Secret to Better Thai Dishes May Already Be in Your Fridge

The Secret to Better Thai Dishes May Already Be in Your Fridge

Jarred red curry paste serves as a building block for this noodle and vegetable dish.

Farm-to-Table in the Shadow of Downtown Detroit

Farm-to-Table in the Shadow of Downtown Detroit

Lady of the House is in Corktown, a historic neighborhood named by the Irish immigrants who settled there in the 19th century.

The Secret to Perfect Popcorn Is Already in Your Cupboard

The Secret to Perfect Popcorn Is Already in Your Cupboard

From left, three popcorns from Jessica Koslow of Sqirl in Los Angeles: a “cheesy” vegan popcorn, a coconut sugar caramel corn and a spicy pimento popcorn.

Bring Your Lunch to Work

Bring Your Lunch to Work

Bringing your lunch to work can be rewarding. Above, microwave mixed rice. Below, cold sesame noodles with crunchy vegetables.

Review: ‘The Red Rooster Cookbook’ Is a Homage to Modern Harlem

Review: ‘The Red Rooster Cookbook’ Is a Homage to Modern Harlem

Short ribs like the ones that the chef Marcus Samuelsson served to the Obamas at Red Rooster Harlem in 2011.

The Kindest Cut of All: A Pork Rib With Slow-Cooked Comforts

The Kindest Cut of All: A Pork Rib With Slow-Cooked Comforts

With its deep pork flavor, the country-style rib is ideal in slow-cooked winter dishes like this pork stew with pears and sweet potatoes.

The One Item That Will Change Your Weeknight Cooking

The One Item That Will Change Your Weeknight Cooking

Roasting pork chops and brussels sprouts together (but on separate sheet pans) under high heat ensures evenly golden results.


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