If you've ever tried to store basil at room temperature, with trimmed ends dangling into water like flowers, like everyone tells you to do, then you know it's all lies.
Substituting in cooking is typically fair game: Having all the exact ingredients on hand is a rarity, then there are those times when you omit something out of preference and taste -- or dietary restrictions. But when it comes to baking, it gets a little trickier.
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This post is basically the answer to all your early morning pumpkin pie cravings. That's a thing right? I am not alone in this pie-for-breakfast train of thinking at 7 a.m. come Monday morning?
The last thing anyone wants to do after a long day commuting, working, and running errands is slave over a hot stove. Luckily, you don't have to spend hours in the kitchen toiling away to produce delicious, flavorful, mouthwatering meals.
We love whipping cream by hand: it's simple, it's thrifty, and it makes us feel like plucky homesteaders out west. The thing is, it's also hard work. That's why, when we need a cloud of fluffy, pillowy whipped cream, we take a cue from bartender Jim Meehan. Yep, from the bartender.
Why did the salad cross the road? To slather itself in the creamy dressings. And pack on the honey-glazed nuts. And, oh yeah, bask in the crunch of croutons. AmIright?
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I expect to pay high prices at the grocery store for pine nuts, imported tomatoes, and almonds, but butter always makes me do a double-take. When is expensive butter worth the price, and when can you trim the fat?
Luckily, there are plenty of affordable and easy ways to embrace the changing of the seasons and make your home feel festive without breaking the bank.
You already know your slow cooker is good for stews, chilis and even chicken wings. But turns out, it's also the ultimate appliance for cooking dessert too!
Have you ever felt overwhelmed when you watch the TODAY show food segments or any cooking show for that matter on how to make easy, quick meals or how to put together healthy snacks or how to make healthy swaps? Well, you're not alone.
This French toast isn't fried in a skillet, but rather baked in the oven at a low temperature, eliminating unwanted oxidation of the eggs that happens with the browning of any foods on a hot griddle.
Sometimes the best recipes come straight from your family. You don't need a cookbook for these delicious recipes. In this new episode of Unwritten Recipes, a HooplaHa Original Series, Felicia Levinson tells us about her son's favorite recipe: grilled pizza!