Streamlined versions of two classic French recipes.
Coq au vin’s appeal is timeless, but its preparation can be intimidating for the home cook. We set out to make this dish a little less overwhelming—but just as delicious as we remembered. We also simp...
White-tablecloth restaurants have hijacked this simple chicken and wine stew, making it a fussy, time-consuming affair.
Could we return this dish to its humble roots?
How much alcohol is cooked off during cooking?
Forget the water bath and slow baking. We found a way to make this classic French chocolate custard faster, simpler, and better.
Our favorite Dutch ovens cost more than $200. Ouch! Is there a cheaper version that performs almost as well? Yes. It costs $40.
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