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‘Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent’ Sizzles With Culinary Intrigue


Chef Jeremiah Tower may not be a household name like Alice Waters, even in California where he once made history.

Black and White Dessert Recipes That Rebel Against the Rainbow Unicorn Trend


It's safe to say that the world has collectively flipped out over Starbucks' limited edition Unicorn Frappucino, but this isn't the first time we've fallen victim to gimmicky marketing campaigns featuring foods with rainbow colors.

Lunching with Diane Lane for ‘Paris Can Wait’


"You can't leave until you eat every last bite," Chef Maria Sinskey told the cluster of film and food media converged for her cooking demonstration and lunch party during the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival in Manhattan.

What is the Difference Between Kefir and Yogurt?


Although kefir and yogurt are both cultured dairy products packed with probiotics and protein, there are a few key differences that differentiate one from the other.

Become a Master of Enchiladas with These Easy Steps


Enchiladas are one of those foods that, when done correctly, you can’t stop thinking about (what’s better than a spicy, saucy, cheesy tortilla filled with meat or veggies?

13 Ways to Eat More Bacon


Metallica’s tour rider notes: BACON VERY IMPORTANT THAT BACON BE AVAILABLE AT EVERY MEAL AND DURING DAY.

What is the Difference Between Baby Back Ribs and Spareribs?


Summer is coming and that means it’s barbecue season—and there’s no better time to finally figure out the difference between baby back and spareribs than the present.

Learn to Cook Without Recipes from Samin Nosrat


Bear with us: We're about to get all philosophical on you for a moment. In the Western perspective of the universe (yeah, we're going there), there are four elements: earth, air, water, and fire.

Sweet and Savory Quesadilla Recipes That Will Never Fail You


To be honest, we find ourselves eating more quesadillas than grilled cheese sandwiches these days. There’s something about the casual nature of a quesadilla—just cheese, a vegetable, and/or protein (or dessert ingredients, if you're lucky!

The OG Easy Weeknight Dinner: Shrimp Scampi


Shrimp scampi is the OG of quick — yet impressive — pastas. It's perfect for a weeknight dinner, as well as a dinner for entertaining guests.

What is the Difference Between Refried Beans and Black Beans?


Although they're often interchangeable as side dishes when you're ordering at a Mexican restaurant, black beans and refried beans are not the same dish, and you'll be sorely disappointed if you're in the mood for frijoles refritos (which translates directly to well-fried beans), and get frijoles negros instead.

Coachella? Nah. It’s Pretzel-Palooza Time


You know how there's a holiday for everything? Well, National Pretzel Day is April 26. It's a good excuse as any to finally tackle that pretzel recipe you've been meaning to try, or make those cool pretzel-infused recipes, like pretzel buns for your burgers.

GMOs aren’t the villians, says Bill Nye (That Science Guy)


[chowvideo] Our favorite celebrated science geek with a bowtie is back, and he's poking holes in popular thought such as food safety.

An Earth Day Vegan Dinner Party by Sara Gilbert of “The Talk” on CBS


The Earth is pretty cool. You like living on it, most times. So it seems only natural that you'd want to protect it from deteriorating.

How to Make (Real) Ice Cream in Your Food Processor


An ice cream maker is a one-trick pony. And with limited space in our kitchens, machinery for the dessert genre isn't always a top priority.

An Earth Day Vegan Dinner Party by Sara Gilbert of “The Talk” on CBS


The Earth is pretty cool. You like living on it, most times. So it seems only natural that you'd want to protect it from deteriorating.

Is a Food Processor a Must-Have Kitchen Appliance?


Many recipes call for using a food processor, but do you really need one? You only have so much space for equipment in your kitchen.

Weeknight Cooking Hack: How to do Stir-Fry Right


Unlike the root vegetables of winter, spring produce is ripe for quick-cooking methods. And making a quick weeknight meal is always in season.

How to Improve Your Stir-Fry


Unlike the root vegetables of winter, spring produce is ripe for quick-cooking methods. And making a quick weeknight meal is always in season.

Your Guide to Cooking with Cannabis


When April 20 rolls around, thousands of people across the United States will roll up a joint in celebration of what has become an unofficial high holiday.


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