This twice-roasted method allows for the sweet potatoes to get super-creamy on the inside while their skins get a little crispy.
4 pounds medium sweet potatoes
2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil, plus more for drizzling
2½ cups plain whole-milk Greek yogurt
1 serrano chile, finely grated
2 teaspoons finely grated lemon zest
2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice
2 tablespoons toasted sesame seeds
1½ cups mint leaves, torn if large
Flaky sea salt
After being a little late to the game, New York City is now one of the best beer cities in the states, thanks to an amazing crop of young breweries, second-to-none international distribution, visionary bar owners, and close proximity to high-quality pizza. Public transportation allows you to hit three or four or five breweries in a single day and still end up at a beer bar for dinner. Get your drinking shoes on. It’s time to hit the streets.
You’ve heard it before when it comes to making cheesecakes, but we’re going to say it again: Your cream cheese, mascarpone, and eggs have to be room temperature or your batter will be lumpy. Leave them out for at least 2 hours on the counter before using. Also, you might want to make extra pumpkin seed brittle—it's great on this cheesecake, but also on oatmeal, yogurt, salads, and for snacking.
Reducing the liquid in this mile-high apple pie recipe to a syrupy consistency concentrates the flavor and yields the ideal juicy sauciness. Do not attempt in a standard pie plate! This is part of BA's Best, a collection of our essential recipes.
As The Wines of Gala is re-published by Taschen for the first time in 40 years, we outline its eccentric take on the art of wine consumption
It's almost hard to believe, but it's pretty much holiday time. It's time to throw out the pumpkins, and get ready for all things merry and bright—and, yes, that includes your drinks. From holiday parties to your parents' annual mixer, it's time to switch up your usual libations with a festive cocktail. And we got a delicious one mixed by Olivia Culpo herself.
So how did she decide her very own drink? "I like a cocktail that is light and fresh, so I’ve created my own signature holiday cocktail, the Stella Artois Cidre Sparkler, which uses rosemary and cranberries—nothing tastes more like the holidays than that!” Fair enough. Here's how to make the surprisingly simple sip.