Bon Appétit focuses on what's "now" in the world of food, drink, and entertaining, while still giving readers valuable cooking tools, tips, and most of all, recipes. This food lifestyle publication looks at life through the lens of food & cooking in, dining out, travel, entertainment, shopping and design.
A Time to Cook and a Time to Relax
WHAT I’M LOVING • The dog-friendly destination on my wish list
Home • Recipes, Essential Goods, and Test Kitchen Know-How
Family Meal • If your definition of salad is an unsatisfying pile of lettuce, these flavor-packed, main-course-worthy mix-ins would like to have a word
Som-Tam-Style Chicken Salad • This dish has the key elements of the classic Thai salad: som (sour), thanks to lime juice, and tam (pounded), from marinated bashed green beans
Avocado and Bulgur Salad • Quick-cooking bulgur is a weeknight salad-maker’s best friend. Charred scallions add a touch of smokiness while sliced jalapeños bring the heat
Crispy Chickpea and Cucumber Salad • Transform your cucumbers into salad with crispy chickpeas, salty feta, seeded crackers, and a fragrant cumin and garlic oil dressing
Big Italian Sub Salad • A deconstructed sub can be a salad—complete with an oregano and red wine vinegar dressing that tastes just like how the deli does it
Is It Ever Okay…to Use the Steering Wheel as a Napkin? • Eating-in-the-car advice from backseat driver Alex Beggs
Icing on the Cake • This chocolate sheet cake became an instant staff favorite thanks to its fluffy, toasty, next-level brown butter frosting
Summer Catch • Get hooked on the southern Catskills, where regional ingredients shine
IN BETWEEN MEALS…
The Year of Magical Rosé • A terrible wildfire season spelled disaster for California vineyards. But out of the ashes came some truly remarkable wines
Who Cooks for You? • A history of my exes as bowls of risotto
A MOVABLE FEAST • After moving to California from New York, recipe developer and food consultant Diana Yen found new inspiration in the great outdoors. These recipes capture Yen’s take-it-outside ethos: They’re made for cooking at the campsite or anywhere with a grill
THE BIG RIB PRIMER • Eating ribs with your hands may be the only moment you get to truly disconnect from this chaotic world. Savor it. Then learn to make them at home so you can spread the finger-licking gospel. We’ll help.
Get Potlucky • Stressed out about taking the perfect dish to the summer potluck? Look no further than these six knockout takes on classic cookout sides.
How to Be Potluck Popular • Here are some quick tips that will always get you invited back to the next one
PUNCH IT UP • At his NYC restaurants chef Chintan Pandya embraces big flavor. Now he’s bringing his signature approach to summer grilling at home
Extremely Chill Desserts • Chocolate-espresso ice pops, strawberry ice cream pie, and more easy freezer treats
Go Your Own Way
basically • Almost everything you need to know (and nothing you don’t)
Amy Schumer’s Dream Dinner Party • Four comedians walk into a bar…