How to Make ItStep 1Preheat grill to medium (350°F to 400°F).Step 2Coat corn ears with cooking spray. Place 1 cup tomatoes, 1 tablespoon oil, and shallots in a bowl; toss to coat. Place tomato mixture in a grill basket. Add corn to grill; cook 6 minutes or until lightly charred, turning occasionally.
Photo: Courtesy of All-CladGift these fun finds to friends and family, or add them to your own wish list!OXO Baker& 39;s Decorating Bottle KitThis collection is a home cook& 39;s dream—waffle makers, cutting boards, and glassware galore. Beautiful yet practical, these gifts are sure to become well-loved items in any kitchen.
Deck the table with one of our sweet potato pies and you& 39;ll be spreading scrumptious holiday cheer.Our Favorite Sweet Potato Pie RecipesPies come in all shapes and sizes this time of year, but there are a few classics that no holiday table is complete without. What& 39;s topping that list? Sweet potato pie.
Summer makes us crave the flavors of fire—sometimes a simply boiled or steamed vegetable just won’t do. In less than 5 minutes, the snap peas become crisp-tender while taking on extra smoky char, a nice contrast to the creamy tarragon dressing. Use this technique to add more dimension to your next stir-fry or for green bean dippers at your next backyard party.
Enjoy this selection of gift ideas from our editors and Test Kitchen professionals. You& 39;re sure to find something for the chef on your list―or yourself.Our Favorite Holiday Gifts for Food LoversWhat to gift the food lover—a question that can prove to be quite a conundrum. Luckily, our editors took up the project and deliver with their top holiday picks for the culinary connoisseur.
Make your Easter spread as casual and fun as your family is with these easy brunch recipes. For larger crowds (or those who like to plan), cheesy egg strata, a big batch of cinnamon rolls, or classic deviled eggs are all great options. Round out the table with a few brunch-y cocktails and you& 39;ll be ready for the best Easter ever.