A Dish for When You Want to Feel Better
A Dish for When You Want to Feel Better

Table for One is a weekly column by Senior Editor Eric Kim, who loves cooking for himself—and only himself—and seeks to celebrate the beauty of solitude in its many forms.


It’s Friday and you slept through your alarm. You had one too many cosmopolitans on your date last night. Who goes on a Thursday-night date? you think, stumbling into the kitchen to feed your dog and refresh her water bowl.

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10 Award-Worthy Snacks That'll Disappear in the Blink of an Eye
10 Award-Worthy Snacks That'll Disappear in the Blink of an Eye

We’ve partnered with FIJI Water to share our go-to tips for elevating any hosted occasion, from an awards show viewing party to a fall feast.


I have been obsessed with the movies for as long as I can remember. And yes, I still actually make it to theater to catch the latest releases. My favorite so far this year: the new Tarantino, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

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Simply Recipes 2019 Meal Plan: September Week 4

Looking for Quick, make-ahead or freezer-friendly meals? This meal plan has you covered! Sweet Potato Quinoa Bowls, Easy No-Bean Chili, 30-Minute Chicken Enchiladas and Spicy Garlic Shrimp with Coconut Rice!

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Cauliflower Steak Sandwiches with Red Pepper Aioli

Roasted cauliflower “steaks” make a satisfying and filling vegetarian sandwich. This recipe boosts the flavor factor with a quick and easy aioli sauce, sliced tomatoes, and spicy arugula.

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The 5-Minute Dish I Make for Myself When I Want to Feel Better
The 5-Minute Dish I Make for Myself When I Want to Feel Better

Table for One is a weekly column by Senior Editor Eric Kim, who loves cooking for himself—and only himself—and seeks to celebrate the beauty of solitude in its many forms.


It’s Friday and you slept through your alarm. You had one too many cosmopolitans on your date last night. Who goes on a Thursday-night date? you think, stumbling into the kitchen to feed your dog and refresh her water bowl.

Read More >>

* This article was originally published here

A Dish for When You Want to Feel Better
A Dish for When You Want to Feel Better

Table for One is a weekly column by Senior Editor Eric Kim, who loves cooking for himself—and only himself—and seeks to celebrate the beauty of solitude in its many forms.


It’s Friday and you slept through your alarm. You had one too many cosmopolitans on your date last night. Who goes on a Thursday-night date? you think, stumbling into the kitchen to feed your dog and refresh her water bowl.

Read More >>

* This article was originally published here

Even though I’ve been cooking my French husband’s favorite dishes for nearly a decade, I tend to follow recipes closely with very little room for improvisation.

But maybe it’s time I reconsider: When I looked more deeply into France’s gastronomic history, I found that some of the most beloved recipes were born from mistakes. (Like, an errant addition of hot cream, or a chef caught off guard without the correct ingredients on hand.) After all, a little deviation never hurt anyone!

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According to the New York Apple Association, it takes about 8 to 10 years for a standard-sized apple tree to bear fruit. According to my friends, it takes me about 15 seconds to pick so many pounds of said fruit, they’re concerned for any given orchard’s longevity. (Quickest way to drown ’em out? Feed them pie.)

Consequently, I end up with a lot of apples every fall, all at once. Which turns my kitchen counter into something of a ticking time bomb. This year, determined to extend the lives of these innocent apples, I’ve done some research about the best way to store them for maximum freshness. Here are three tips:

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How to Make Simple Syrup

How to Make Simple Syrup

Homemade Simple Syrup can be used in cocktails, iced coffee, lemonade, and iced tea. You can also add flavorings to it, and it’ll keep in the fridge for a month!

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French 75 Cocktail

French 75 Cocktail

The lovely classic French 75 cocktail is made with gin, lemon juice, simple syrup, and Champagne. A great drink for brunch or a fancy party!

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