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Ali Rosen

Ali Rosen is the Emmy and James Beard Award-nominated host of "Potluck with Ali Rosen" on NYC Life. She is the author of the cookbook "Bring It!" and the upcoming "Modern Freezer Meals." She has been featured on TODAY, Dr. Oz and NPR's All Things Considered and has written for publications including The Washington Post, Bon Appetit and New York Magazine. She is originally from Charleston, South Carolina but now lives in New York City.

Ali Rosen is the Emmy and James Beard Award-nominated host of "Potluck with Ali Rosen" on NYC Life. She is the author of the cookbook "Bring It!" and the upcoming "Modern Freezer Meals." She has been featured on TODAY, Dr. Oz and NPR's All Things Considered and has written for publications including The Washington Post, Bon Appetit and New York Magazine. She is originally from Charleston, South Carolina but now lives in New York City.

Latest from Ali Rosen

How to cook a perfectly tender pork tenderloin

If you keep a few key elements in mind, you’ll be reaching for pork tenderloin for your weeknight meals all the time.
40d ago

The best way to cook flank steak

Flank steak is like the Rodney Dangerfield of beef cuts — it gets no respect.
72d ago

How to (easily!) regrow vegetables from scraps indoors

This is the guide for those with little patience and absolutely no green thumb.

How to cook scallops to get that perfect golden sear

Scallops are actually easier and faster to make than most seafood.

To cook the best steak, turn to your oven

Your days of scrubbing cast-iron pans and silencing your smoke detector have ended.
100d ago

The 'best bagels' are from the bagel shop you love

We are so lucky to have so many incredible bagels to choose from, no matter where we live — and we have New York City’s Jews to thank for that.
106d ago

Seitan is trending right now. What is the 2-ingredient meat alternative?

The meat alternative is taking over TikTok right now, but it's actually centuries old.

How to make the best charcuterie boards

In a time when we can’t have in-person celebrations, we can remind ourselves of the days communal dining by plunking down beloved ingredients onto a board.
130d ago

Hot honey: How to make and use the sweet and spicy condiment

Hot honey can lighten up heavier items like pizza or fried chicken or serve as a sweet kick in a dessert or cocktail.

How to cook chicken breast so it's incredibly juicy every time

With the right tips and techniques, you can avoid the rubbery, flavorless chicken breasts of all our collective nightmares.
190d ago

Sprinkle reindeer food onto your lawn for a fun holiday project

Sprinkle a little bit of magic onto your lawn — and onto your yogurt.