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.
Back to the Kitchen
Home • Recipes, Essential Goods, and Test Kitchen Know-How
A New Book for Every Type of Cook • So many fresh titles to choose from, but where to begin? Start by thinking about your own cooking (and eating) habits, then tap into our team’s picks
Home – Family Meal
No Substitutions, Please • When feeding her kids, Deb Perelman is all about the healthy stuff. But on BLT night she makes an exception
Away • Go here. Eat this. Drink that. Right this minute.
San Juan • …where restaurants aren’t just rebuilding—they’re thriving
Your Fall Starter Pack • Our slightly obsessive picks for this month’s finest things to eat, drink, and snag
Care to See Our Wine Checklist?
East Meets Texas • At Houston’s Blood Bros. BBQ, actual brothers Robin and Terry Wong and pitmaster Quy Hoang bring their Chinese and Vietnamese roots to Texas barbecue
Blade Runners • At the new Nashville outpost of cutlery shop Coutelier, chefs and co-owners Brandt Cox and Jacqueline Blanchard stock the tools they swear by. Here Blanchard shows us around
Fall Playbook • Come September, when we’re all BACK TO SCHOOL and BACK TO WORK and the thought of turning on the oven finally sparks joy, not dread, all we want is to get BACK IN THE KITCHEN. Turn the page for the SEVEN ESSENTIAL RECIPES we’ll be cooking all season long
RIB ROAST, BAKED POTATOES, AND MARTINIS BY THE PITCHER • ALISON ROMAN gives us a sneak peek of her upcoming cookbook by showing us how to host the MOST BALLER DINNER PARTY IN THE MOST LOW-KEY WAY POSSIBLE
PICK A THEME, Any Theme
YES, YOU NEED DESSERT (Sort of)
“I'm not gonna be the last voice.” • People say the Gullah Geechee culture at the foundation of Southern cooking is disappearing. BJ DENNIS says they just don’t know where to look
Yes, You Can Galette That • Gloriously messy, perfectly imperfect, and bubbling over with any fruit you’d like, galettes are as laid-back as you (like to think you) are
Fill It Up, Switch It Up • These recipes work with a fixed quantity of dough and fruit. Beyond that, you can play around by adding any of these optional seasonings at your will.
basically • Almost everything you need to know (and nothing you don’t)
Is It Ever Okay… to Microwave Smelly Vegetables? • Solicited advice from Alex Beggs for your next office lunch