Season 3 Recipe Clips
This eggy concoction relies on a hot skillet and a stay in the oven to produce a crisp yet custardy pancakelike hybrid.
The road to authentic taco flavor in just 30 minutes (or less) took some astonishing turns.
Traditional recipes require simmering steak for hours. Bad convenience versions opt to use hamburger and canned sauce. We stick with the steak but use a few shortcuts to cut the cooking time.
Like magic, pudding cakes separate into two layers during baking: airy and soufflélike on top, dense and custardy below. We wanted a foolproof recipe for a creamy pudding, tender cake, and bright lemon flavor.
Over seven weeks in the kitchen, we baked more than 100 angel food cakes to discover, once and for all, what matters, what doesn’t, and how to achieve perfection.
A little salt sure makes everything taste better. But in Salt City (Syracuse, N. Y.), the only way to cook potatoes is with a lot of salt.