Before you decide whether to host for the first time or for the umpteenth time, grab a glass of wine and check out this flowchart first.
I'm a big fan of instant noodles but what I like even better is making my own versions to take to work.
Thankfully brunch is pretty easy because many brunch foods are easy to make from pantry staples. Few things are less expensive than pancakes. Flour, milk, egg, baking powder, a bit of oil and done. Cheap and oh so cheerful.
I've had a jar of pickled jalapenos in my pantry for a couple of months now and every time I open the door, there they are, eyeballing me.
This paleo pizza crust couldn't be simpler to make - there's no kneading, no rising, and it only takes a few minutes to put together!
To benefit from these fall beauties, try the following recipes where pumpkins and squash are both a filling and a container, too.
It's a flaw in the design of the turkey, when you think about it.
This is one curry with plenty of umami!
It's 3 p.m. You're well aware that you should be reaching for something virtuous to snack on. Luckily, we've figured out how to make vegetables more alluring when hunger strikes. These oven-baked green beans are the answer. They're easy, satisfying and not at all bad for you.
Pumpkin soup: Hearty, seasonal and surprisingly not a big ol' mess. This delicious soup served straight out of the pumpkin is easy to make. All you have to do is scoop out the seeds, pour in some chicken stock and roast in the oven. Voilà! The jack-o'-lantern you can eat with a spoon.
Whether you're throwing a little celebration for friends, coworkers, or the kids, we've got you covered with 5 great snack ideas.
This was a meal in which every course was full of fresh flavors and unexpected, delightful combinations.
Something about October whispers of comforting plaids and homey parties.
This is one bowl of comfort goodness!
Who doesn't like more chocolate on a candy bar?
Dorie Greenspan is determined to show you that French pastries aren't all macarons and madeleines.