Our historic gastronomist puts this amazing technology to the test — and roasts a whole chicken in the microwave.
Fannie Farmer was celebrated and criticized for standardizing American recipes, and her legacy remains powerful today.
Mary Randolph’s cookbook helped shape American culinary identity and captured the domestic realities of its time.
Rich and warming, this historic winter cocktail is a welcome way to cheer winter’s darkest days.
As you feast with family, Sarah Lohman talks turkey, taking a look at the evolution of an American classic.
This faddish object combined old school elegance and modern day convenience to showcase the side dish everyone overlooks: cranberry sauce.
A collection of found recipe cards captures a personal food legacy and challenges preconceived notions of mid century cookery.
Old spice tins hold more than fragrant dust — they tell a tale of changing tastebuds and vanished cooking fads.
Over time, this humble kitchen tool has evolved in both design and ease-of-use. Sarah Lohman puts vintage models to the test, with surprising results.