Let me be honest about something. I've never met a dinner party I didn't like. If you were to ask my grandmother (hi, Chanel!
You want to see your children's eyes light up when they see their Easter baskets, but you don't want them to gorge on artificial trash that electrifies them with hyperactivity.
Growing your own food earns gobs of cool points in our book. Many of us start with a basil plant or mint.
Joy Wilson was listening to Drake when she took my call. She needed the perfect lyrics to scrawl in icing on pancakes for her Drake on Cake Instagram page.
Both are Italian classics and covered in cheese, but if you're looking for a slice of pizza Margherita and a slice of plain old cheese shows up, you're going to be disappointed.
Who knew there were so many types of pickle? According to the Pickle Primer by Pickle Packers International, there are four main categories of pickle, with countless variations.
You have a recipe that calls for caraway seeds, but you only have a jar of fennel seeds on your pantry shelf.
This NCAA season, show your team spirit with your spirits. We can't promise that your favorite team will make it to the Final Four, but we can promise that you'll drink well for the rest of tournament season thanks to our roundup of signature drinks from a number of your favorite March Madness contenders' hometowns.
Fishes. Feast of the seven. Luca Brasi sleeps with the. A daunting - if delicious - topic. If I can indulge my cinematic tendencies, the first place my brain goes is the scene in “Julie & Julia” when Meryl Streep (playing the ever-plucky Julia Child, in her first moments in Paris) coos over a plate of steaming, buttery, garlicky fish, de-boning the sultry looking platter before enjoying every morsel.
Time to get crazy, people — March Madness is here! Scream at your players, cry at the lost chances, laugh at the calls, and shout at the ref.
Some things never change — like our love of that classic peanut butter and jelly pairing. It just works.
446546A4-25EC-0869-7A41-CD14D81F7275 Tipping is optional, but opponents of this deeply embedded American practice say it shouldn't be.
Avoid bumping shoulders with the crowd trying to win the bartender's attention to get another beer during March Madness 2017.
Give yourself a break on your busy weeknights. It's alright to take a few shortcuts when making your home-cooked dinner.
Just because they're shapeless blobs compared to their stiffer counterparts doesn't mean ricotta and cottage cheese don't deserve attention and distinction.
Marshmallows are sweet pillows of chewy, gooey heaven that have absolutely nothing to do with basketball's most exciting month.
It's hard to come up with something fresh and from-scratch every weeknight after work when you're tired and short on time.
Lisa Fetterman has a way about her. You want to resent her success — in her mid-20s, she invented the world's first home immersion circulator for sous vide cooking, raised $582,000 in 30 days for the project on Kickstarter, authored a New York Times best-selling cookbook in its fifth printing four months after release, earned both a Forbes and Zagat "30 Under 30" ranking, and visited the White House to demonstrate her invention — but you can't hate her, because she's just so damn likable.
We know the answer is obvious to most of you, but nevertheless, a lot of people ask this question. The difference between avocado and guacamole is the first item is a fruit, and the second item is a dip using that fruit.
Let’s talk dirty, shall we? If you don’t take care to properly clean and replace your kitchen sponges, you risk spreading bacteria around your cooking surfaces.