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Learning to cook is fun with Umami. Our Cooking section has recipes, stories, guides, and how-tos to help you learn how to cook, whether you’re an expert or just getting started.
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Fresh herbs and goat cheese come together in this risotto recipe to create a creamy and delicious dish.
This Sweet Corn and Bacon Pasta recipe is a great way to take advantage of the summer bounty. It is also delicious with frozen kernels if you need to infuse a bit of summer into the middle of winter.
Loaded with bright red tomatoes, crunchy cucumbers, feta, and really good olives this Greek farmers salad recipe helped me learn that fresh ingredients don’t need a lot of dressing up to be delicious.
Cooking for You and Me is a series of recipes that can be made within 45 minutes of stepping into the kitchen and are designed to help people get into the routine of making dinner at home.
This Thai Beef with Herbs recipe gets its bright Thai flavors from a squeeze of lime and a handful of fresh herbs.
What makes Dan Barbar’s book, The Third Plate: Field Notes on the Future of Food, so compelling is how Barber combines his knowledge of being a chef with an openness to explore the nature of his ingredients.
Gathered along the Cannon River, Northfield presents the quintessential Midwestern hamlet with pubs and restaurants with beguiling names like Froggy Bottoms Pub and tidy streets featuring artisan shops like Northfield Olive Oils and Vinegars.
Traveling to Portland for the first time, I didn’t know what to expect, but I was instantly in awe of the scenic beauty and the thriving downtown.
With a sweet and spicy dressing, chunks of cheddar cheese, and crunchy chips this taco salad recipe is all about summer picnics and neighborhood potlucks.
For those seeking a deeper level of remoteness, a rustic nirvana awaits those who travel to Keweenaw Bay in Michigan’s the Upper Peninsula.
These creamy grits were born for good BBQ. The smoked gouda, paprika, and hickory smoked salt give this grits recipe a rich, zesty flavor that compliments BBQ, rather than gets lost in the woods like most grits.
What does the FDA’s (Food and Drug Administration) ruling that artificial trans fat is not generally recognized as safe (GRAS) for use in human food mean for what we eat?
Mashed potatoes with pepper jack cheese and green chilies have just the right amount of heat to compliment spicier dishes. They go particularly well with southwestern dishes and anything from the grill.
Cooking flank steak sous vide creates a flavorful steak so tender you can cut it with a fork.
Follow this Eggs in a Nest recipe for an easy and fun way to be inspired to eat your breakfast.
Even though eggs are one of the most versatile ingredients, it seems like people often wonder if eggs are good or bad for them because of their high cholesterol content.
This buffalo stew recipe has lots flavor, a little heat, and a nice mixture of tender slow-cooked buffalo and hearty potatoes to go along with the crunch from the Poblano peppers and carrots.