Our Ultimate Guide to Chicken Wings: Here's How to Buy, Cook, and Serve This Go-To Party Appetizer
We'll help you choose right size chicken wings, decide whether you should bake or fry them, and teach you how to keep them warm (but never soggy!) on game day.
Fried eggs make everything taste better. Of course, they are the perfect partner for toast—but don't limit them to just breakfast. You can enjoy fried eggs morning, noon, or night. Their runny yolks create a rich, golden sauce for everything from pasta and salad to baked potatoes and fried rice. Get cracking with these 15 fried egg recipes and explore the delicious possibilities of topping a dish with these protein-packed flavor boosters.
Forget a night on the town. There's no better way to celebrate New Year's Eve with the ones you love most than with a special dinner together. So you can enjoy the evening, too, plan your menu using our favorite easy New Year's Eve recipes. All are either quick to make, can be made ahead of time, or prepped ahead and finished right before serving.
With its endless possibilities for preparation and gorgeous aubergine hue, eggplant is one of our favorite produce items. Technically, it's a fruit, but it's generally treated like a vegetable, and it comes in a range of shapes, sizes, and colors. It's also versatile: Try it grilled, roasted whole, or as part of a vegetable stew. Eggplant makes a great sandwich filling or pasta sauce—and it can even be made into meatballs and more. Before we share our favorite eggplant recipes, it's important to know how to identify a good one at the market: The flesh should give a bit when it is gently pressed; there should be no hard spots (avoid produce with brown or soft spots). The skin should be shiny and smooth (not wrinkled or mottled) and stems should be green. A whole eggplant will keep up to a few days in a cool place, but don't store it in the refrigerator—this will damage its texture.
A new year is a reason to celebrate, and there's no better way to welcome 2023 than with a special dinner for family and friends. And your last meal of the old year should always be a showstopper. You'll find plenty of delicious New Year's Eve dinner recipes here, from easy yet elevated pasta to indulgent meaty entrées, sophisticated seafood mains, and classic roast chicken. We've included dinner options that can be prepped ahead and baked on the night of your gathering, as well as quick dishes to prepare right before you enjoy your first cocktail.
Ring in the new year with one of these drinks in hand. Sure, a glass of Champagne makes a festive toast, but we think these New Year's Eve cocktails are the ultimate libations for the last night of the year. Our collection of celebratory sips includes subtle spins on classics like the martini and the cosmo, as well as drinks that are lighter on the booze—to help you and your guests make it to midnight. There are cocktails you can batch ahead, because who wants to be shaking drinks one by one for a crowd on the biggest party night of the year? We've also snuck in some sweeter options for everyone who likes a dessert cocktail—including a not-to-be-missed recipe that pairs sparkling wine with sorbet.
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There's nothing like a big batch of soup. It's warming, comforting, and filling—and who doesn't love tomato, chicken noodle, and split pea? Our collection of soup recipes that feed a crowd includes fall and winter favorites like butternut squash soup as well as options that provide bowls of comfort year round. We've even snuck in some chilled soups to serve when the weather is hot; they're refreshing and comforting in an entirely different way. An added bonus is that many of these big-batch soup recipes can be made ahead and frozen. Pop individual portions in the freezer so that they're ready anytime you need a quick lunch or soup for several. All of the recipes in this collection serve at least six—some make enough for 12 portions—and most of the recipes can be doubled.