This decade really belonged to snacks like Twix Bars and Hot Pockets.
This is the dish I make when i don't really feel like cooking for a while and I want everyone, including myself, to remember that we once ate well and would again. It's pasta, made with cream, vodka and canned tomatoes. It is ridiculously delicious and easy to throw together.
Get out of your usual peanut or cashew 'nut rut' and break out the pistachios this season.
The days when the Crock-Pot would only come out a few times a year for chili or stew are long gone.
The rest of the crowd might enjoy a break from the mini hooded hot dogs in favor of these healthier bites.
It's easy to scrape the seeds and pulp directly into the compost bin, but during this traditional season of plenty, there are many ways to put every inch of your squash to good (and delicious) use!
Poor tofu. It's all too easy to dismiss tofu as tasteless blocks of bean curd for health nuts, but cooking and eating tofu doesn't have to be a joyless exercise.
I've found that the best way to cook a 10lb turkey is in a cold oven. Using this technique will take a minimum of four hours but its well worth the wait... we're on Caribbean time, man!
When I was first married, my mother sent along a recipe box filled with her favorite recipes, all handwritten in her familiar slanting cursive. It is the one thing of hers that I cherish most. I have a piece of her, her handwriting, an occasional Post-it note stuck to a recipe with additional helpful tips. It's as if she's still standing right there in my kitchen, a glass of wine in hand, and we're laughing about something silly we once did.
I've got you covered with five easy to make and tasty sides that will round out your Thanksgiving day feast!
Detox Soup is a great way to kick the new year off. This gluten-free recipe can be used during an official "cleanse" or to kick-start a conscious eati...
Ever looked at a raw egg yolk and thought, "How on Earth did people realize they could eat these things?"
We guarantee that these dishes are worth every last bite.
Yes, the process takes time. But it's time that requires nothing in the way of effort from you.
One thing was becoming very clear: The crowd I run with doesn't cook. I have friends from all walks of life. Writers. Lawyers. Artists. Accountants. Syndicated Cartoonists. Rich and poor, young and old, all with one thing in common: They wouldn't be exchanging any recipes.
The key to throwing a memorable party? Incredible food.