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Both the New York Times and Bon Appétit hold a special place in the hearts of home chefs. But when it comes to which one has the best, most diverse and exciting recipes, which one takes the cake? Some people prefer New York Times Cooking, looking forward to Sam Sifton's regular suggestions and the teams' curated lists for each holiday, cooking appliance and more. But Bon App has a test kitchen staff ready to answer all of your questions and make you laugh in the same breath. One is subscription-based, while the other is a magazine-turned-YouTube-series. Which recipes are your go-to?

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Which recipes do you enjoy more: New York Times Cooking or Bon Appétit?
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The New York Times Cooking app is a subscription-based service where home chefs can find a rolodex of recipes from the New York Times' archives. The app is perfect for both professionals and beginners, and users can search for recipes based on dietary restrictions, or just what they're in the mood to eat. Plus, subscribers keep a virtual "recipe box" of all of their favorites. Truly, what's not to love?

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Meanwhile, Bon Appétit is there to answer all of your cooking questions, subscription or not. The magazine has become synonymous with its famed YouTube channel, where test kitchen staff members like Claire Saffitz, Brad Leone and more teach viewers how to make both practical and impractical dishes. There's nothing more satisfying that completing a recipe that you first watched Molly Baz or Andy Baraghani create in the test kitchen.

If you love the BA test kitchen staff, or you just love cooking, follow along with our bracket and vote for which Bon App chef you want to quarantine with! 

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Which recipes do you enjoy more: New York Times Cooking or Bon Appétit?
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