Epicurious won’t be publishing new beef recipes going forward. But what does that really mean?
In an effort to encourage more sustainable cooking, we won’t be publishing new beef recipes on Epicurious.
When you're cooking with plant-based meat, not all recipes are equal.
With factory-farmed cattle responsible for huge greenhouse gas emissions, we wondered if grass-fed beef is a more climate-friendly option. The answer? It's complicated.
This fermented-soybean stew is the quintessential representation of Korean jang. The soft tofu, the dashi, and the sweetness of the vegetables work together to mellow the intensity of the doenjang so that your palate can discern the different facets of flavor.
Juicy ripe tomatoes and sweet summer corn perk up this fresh take on the old-school Southwestern casserole. Bonus: it just happens to be gluten-free.
Get out the charcoal; you have some cooking to do.
Smashed burgers, grilled burgers, veggie burgers—however you like them, we've got a burger recipe for you.
Seasoned with a spice mix of ground peanuts, cayenne, and ginger, these skewers are most often served with shaved onions and sliced tomato, here a tomato-cream dipping sauce quells the fiery heat.
We tasted 11 beef broths, stocks, and bone-broths to find the best for soup and stew season. Did your favorite make the cut?
Like many long-simmered sauces, this one, perhaps the most delicious of all the Italian meat sauces, is more flavorful and balanced the following day.
Tender, sweet and well-spiced stewed meat topped with cheese-encrusted creamy mashed potatoes…need I say more?
The affordable, fast, flame-grilled staple of home cooking has come under fire.
Find the Impossible Burger impossible to understand? Now that these plant-based meats are finally available in grocery stores, it's time to ask (and answer) some questions.
Set up all of your mise en place before you start cooking. You’ll go from raw ingredients to a glossy stir-fry in the time it takes to make a pot of rice.
One spoonful of this smoky-spicy guajillo braising liquid and you’ll understand just how complex dried chiles can be.
Cooked in a pan on the grill, this double-decker smash burger won’t smoke out your kitchen, blanket your stove with grease, or force you to spend even one more minute of the sweet summer nights indoors.
Our go-to I’m-feeling-fancy dinner is a perfectly medium-rare steak and a pile of vegetables. And the more cherry tomatoes, corn, and cucumbers you throw into the mix, the more it’ll feel like summer.
Is Martin's really the best? Click through to find out which roll rose to the top.
Grill it, pan-sear it, stir-fry it, roast it: However you like steak, here it is.