There are tons of meals that will taste better (in my opinion) and are better for your health when you nix the mayo.
Let's get this out of the way: you don't need a wok to stir-fry.
Salad... the word alone makes you think "healthy," right?
Sure, your oven is pretty important. You use it to bake cupcakes, roast brussels sprouts and even store your cookie sheets when you're not using them. But don't underestimate the power of another major appliance in your kitchen: the refrigerator.
If you love eggs, you will definitely want to try baking them in avocado cups. This recipe is easy to make and incredibly nutritious. The eggs and...
As a chef, I always make a point to visit local markets whenever I travel - memories are made through tastes and smells and where better to experience...
Raise your hand if you love Oreos. Okay, raise your hand if you love ice cream. YUP, us too -- glad that we're all on the same page. Now, get ready for some good news. We're here to hook you up with one seriously epic dessert mashup.
This is a real wake-up muesli, hearty but not heavy, rich in flavor and with the freshness of apple.
Baking a cake is an investment--in time, in ingredients, and in pride.
Sangria is a total party in a pitcher. We've never met anyone who didn't swoon over this fruity, festive punch. But despite its awesome reputation, most variations are over-sweetened with extra sugar and calorie-laden liqueurs. No thanks!
Put down the pre-cut chicken breasts and wings. You absolutely should be buying and cooking with whole chickens instead. Yes, the prep can be daunting, but the work is well worth it. All you have to do is get over the mental hurdle of breaking a bird down the way your butcher would.
Spice up your repertoire with these delicious chicken dinners. They come from all over the globe, but are easy to make with ingredients found at your regular supermarket.
Let's be real -- cheese is the best food ever. Yes, even better than bacon. Grilled cheese sandwiches and instant mac & cheese got you through childhood and college, and it'll get you through the rest of life because you just can't go wrong with cheese.
Once you've put your perfectly pristine, unbroken spaghetti into the boiling water, adjust the salt based on the dish you're making.Keep the water salt-free if you're pairing the spaghetti with an already heavily-seasoned sauce like pesto.