It's unbelievable how quickly Christmas has rolled around this year. It seems like only yesterday we were celebrating ringing in the New Year with f...
Ready to shake up your annual Hanukkah fry fest, or start a new tradition?
With just a handful of everyday ingredients, you'll have a delicious dinner on the table that is perfect for a cool evening!
We're here to tell you to put aside the can opener and start cooking more with dried beans.
Want restaurant-quality braised short ribs and super gourmet demi-glace sauce too? Of course you do.
Fair warning, make a double batch of the candied bacon. It goes fast.
A baked potato -- even a baked sweet potato! -- is a simple (and cheap) pleasure that makes a great lunch.
A cornbread that's everything you want it to be.
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!