Here are the 20 most watched Minimalist videos (the perfect way to kill an hour!)
Today I’m bidding farewell to The Minimalist. It’s been thirteen wonderful years (almost 700 columns.) I may be leaving the Dining section (there might be some return appearances,) but I’m not travelling far. Starting next week I’ll be writing in The Times opinion pages (and in a new blog there as well,) and beginning in March in The Times Magazine (plenty of recipes, most Sundays.) Check back throughout the day for some bonus links.
Whole grains add tenderness and great flavor to pancakes.
If the idea of undertaking fresh pasta at home makes you want to cry, you may need a pasta handkerchief.
A savory souffle, hold the anxiety.
This is a fantastic take on rack of lamb with persillade (and the pimenton-garlic bread crumbs are almost a dead ringer for crumbled chorizo.)
Throwing a holiday party sometime soon? Forget store-bought crackers and try these.
Apples, bacon, and ice cream: makes sense, right?
It’s getting cold (at least in New York). This will warm you up.
It’s official: homemade shu mai are way better than the ones you get in the restaurant.