Char Siu Chicken

Warning: This Char Siu Chicken is highly addictive! You’ll wonder how you ever grilled chicken thighs without this mix of honey, hoisin, garlic, soy sauce, and Chinese five-spice powder. It’s a take-out staple that’s easy to make at home!

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Thin asparagus does not require peeling. Asparagus with thick stems should be peeled because the stems are usually tough and stringy. Remove the tough outer skin of the bottom portion of the stem (not the tips) with a vegetable peeler. Wash …

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Stuff these shells with mint and ricotta, then bake them with Italian sausage and tomato sauce. They’re amazing! These stuffed shells are perfect for a family meal or a potluck.

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Vegan Banana Bread

Banana bread has gone vegan! This version swaps out the butter for oil and the egg for a flax egg. Once baked, you can barely tell the difference from regular banana bread!

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I was in the supermarket, scanning yogurt after yogurt after yogurt, when I stumbled upon ricotta. This wasn’t weird per se. Tubs of ricotta—for everything from honey-drizzled crostini to extra-cheesy lasagnas—are no stranger to the dairy aisle. But these weren’t big containers. They were single-serving containers, meant to be eaten as a snack.

Is this a thing?

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Are you trying to plan dinner and coming up short? No worries we’ve got you covered with this week’s meal plan! Lemon Chicken, EASY Italian Sausage Spaghetti, Gnocchi and MORE!

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Welcome to this year’s Piglet Community Picks! Until the Piglet Tournament of Cookbooks kicks off in March, we’ll be posting weekly reviews of the best new books you cooked from in 2018—written by you. To see other reviews, head here. And to catch up on the books that made it into the main tournament, look no further.


California brings with it images of colorful, fresh produce in farmers’ markets, a wealth of diverse and varied cultures, and time spent with family and friends hanging out in the seemingly endless sun. This is the California that Gaby Dalkin seeks to convey in all of her recipes found in her book What’s Gaby Cooking, from the gorgeous Heirloom Cherry Tomato Tart on the front cover to her K-Town Melt-in-Your-Mouth Baby Back Ribs.

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We’re revealing the finalists and grand prize-winning entries for our partner Cointreau’s Hollywood-inspired cocktail contest! The lucky winners will receive a trip for two to the Cannes International Film Festival in France. Here are the nominees.


If you happened to watch the Academy Awards this past Sunday, you might have seen the dazzling red carpet couture, watched Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s live performance of “Shallow” in complete and total awe, and laugh-cried with Olivia Colman as she gave her “Best Actress” speech (I know I did). Of course, my Oscars night wouldn’t have been complete without the requisite snacks and a special cocktail inspired by one of my all-time favorite movies.

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Mushroom stock makes a great vegetarian substitute for beef stock in recipes, but buying fresh or dried mushrooms to make it can be pricey. Our method cuts the cost by using kitchen scraps.

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First came the cookbooks (Cravings and Cravings 2), then the branded cookware at Target (also called Cravings), and now, a recipe website featuring everything Chrissy Teigen wants to cook.

On Wednesday, February 27, Teigen announced on Twitter that she was close to launching her own website, which would feature brand new recipes upon arrival. Beyond that, Teigen said, she’s wide open to your ideas. “I would love for you to tell me what I should make,” Teigen wrote on Twitter. “Please let me know here and I will screen grab and tag your questions or recipe requests on the site!”

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