Sean Kenniff
Sean Kenniff

Sean Brady Kenniff

Sean Brady Kenniff is a Brooklyn-based food writer and Culinary Institute of America-trained cook. He was editor of Art Culinaire Magazine and StarChefs before joining the EatingWell team at Dotdash Meredith as senior digital food editor in 2021. Sean's favorite meal is his mother's Sunday gravy, particularly over long fusilli, and his preferred cocktails are a gin martini, up with a twist, and a cognac stinger. He dislikes fiddlehead ferns but thinks they're pretty. He loves restaurants and restaurant people. He is from New Jersey.
Serve this healthy pasta salad at your next barbecue or backyard get-together. A garlicky buttermilk dressing adds creaminess, while sun-dried tomatoes provide a nice chewiness. Look for sun-dried tomatoes that are not packed in oil.
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Enjoy this veggie-packed pasta salad at your next picnic or backyard get-together. Cucumbers and fennel provide crunch to contrast the creamy feta and Kalamata olives. A tangy herb-buttermilk dressing completes the dish.
Turns out cooking dried red kidney beans in your slow cooker can make you sick. Find out how to eliminate the toxin that can make you ill and how to safely prepare and cook these commonly used legumes.
Padma Lakshmi shared her latest creation from her partnership with Boursin cheese: a cacio e pepe-inspired pasta recipe that has eight ingredients, serves four and can be on your table in 20 minutes. Plus, she offers up her simple secret for releasing the full flavor of black peppercorns.
Attention shoppers: Walmart is offering up to $30 off your next three grocery bills, and we have all the deets you need.
No wonder this video has been viewed nearly 10 million times in a week! It's so ingenious yet simple, it will make you slap your forehead. Never has egg salad prep been so easy and quick. Read on to learn more.
The recall is for three different types of Skippy peanut butter and the affected jars are identifiable by checking "Best if Used By" dates. If you're a Skippy household, you may want to take a moment today to inspect your pantry.
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The dressing used in the chicken salad may contain plastic and the alert is directed at consumers in five western states.
Butterflying a chicken breast is a skill every cook should have in their toolkit. Here are the 3 easy steps that will have you butterflying in seconds.
The recall is for three different types of Skippy peanut butter and the affected jars are identifiable by checking "Best if Used By" dates. If you're a Skippy household, you may want to take a moment today to inspect your pantry.
The dressing used in the chicken salad may contain plastic and the alert is directed at consumers in five western states.
Butterflying a chicken breast is a skill every cook should have in their toolkit. Here are the 3 easy steps that will have you butterflying in seconds.
Melting is a simple cooking technique that can be applied to a slew of vegetables. In just a few easy steps, you can take the flavor of your favorite veg from bright to neon while achieving that superlative creamy interior and crisp exterior.
Don't panic. The empty shelves are only temporary, according to the USDA. Grocery store shortages may be Inconvenient, but they're also an opportunity to try new things like dairy-free dinners, hearty vegetarian meals or raiding your own pantry. We've got solutions when you're supermarket isn't so super.
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We read the manuals for Amazon's top 3 selling air fryers and crowdsourced from Youtube and TikTok to find the foods you should never ever put in your favorite countertop appliance.
A viral TikTok video shows the damage that can be done to countertops if you don't use your air fryer properly. Take these simple precautions to keep your kitchen good as new.
Even when the pandemic wanes, masks will remain part of our lives. So will beards, as always. Among the most crucial dos and don'ts of mask wearing, with or without facial hair, is creating the tightest seal possible around the nose and mouth. But you can achieve this without sacrificing style. 
Ever notice those little spikes on the interior side of the lids to some of your cast iron cookware? They're there for a reason that will save you time and effort when braising or roasting.