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Chinese New Year Cooking with Grandma Ruby

Sound the rooster and whip out the wok: In 2017's Year of the Rooster, the Chinese New Year kicks off Jan.

Why We’re All About Eating Yogurt for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

With foods like kombucha, kimchi, and miso leading the latest health trends, it can be easy to forget one of the most common sources of probiotics: good old-fashioned yogurt.

How to Use a Spiralizer for the Newest Pasta Craze

In 2013, Alissandra "Ali" Maffucci watched her mom — who was exploring healthier cooking to ease her diabetes symptoms — transform zucchini into pale-green ribbons of pasta.

How to Ripen an Avocado

You feel like tacos tonight.  And your dinner won't be complete without some creamy avocado — in either beautifully green sliced moons or mashed into guacamole.

What is the Difference Between Vinaigrette and Dressing?

Comparing vinaigrette to dressing is like comparing linguine and pasta. Vinaigrette is a type of dressing.

Breakfast Ideas for Tailgating and the Super Bowl

Indulgent, shareable dishes can prepare you for the day drinking to come — whether you're planning your tailgating menu for an early game or want to get your grub on for the Super Bowl right after your morning buzzer kicks off the day.

How to Use a Crock-Pot

A Crock-Pot takes up a lot of counter and cupboard space, but it's convenient and doesn't take a lot of headspace.

How to Cook Cabbage

Don't just boil cabbage and conjure that aroma of wet, dirty socks. Instead, roast, grill, steam, sauté, microwave, or do it raw.

Best Post-Workout Snacks and Meals

Food may not be the first thing on your mind as your pounding heart slows down and you catch your breath after a tough gym session or long run.

What Is The Difference Between Fudge And Chocolate?

Chocolate fudge is a favorite to give (and get!) this time of year, in part because of its rich, homemade flavor.

Ballin’ On A Budget: 10 Smoothie Recipes for 2017

If 2016 was a cheeseburger wrapped in bacon, deep fried, thrown into the air, dunked in mayo and then washed down your gullet with a cheap beer (delicious as it may have been), 2017 is going to be clean, lean, and mean.

How (and Why) to Use More Ginger in Your Life

Fresh ginger punches your food with a wallop of spice. Peppery and pungent with an outer appearance that barely looks edible, ginger's powerful personality cannot be ignored.

How to Clean a Cast Iron Skillet

People rave about the benefits of their cast iron skillet: Oh, the heat retention! The stovetop and oven flexibility!

What is the Difference Between Buttercream Icing and Royal Icing?

The difference between buttercream icing and royal icing is in the ingredients, which produce vastly different results on desserts.

What Is the Difference Between Chuck Roast and Chuck Steak?

The difference between chuck roast and chuck steak is simply the cut. Chuck is an inexpensive beef that comes from the muscle between the neck and shoulder blade of the beef cattle.

10 Great Ways to Use Oreos

I skipped a holiday party tonight to Google the history of the Oreo. Yes, my friends. The one, the only, the impossibly delish, crave-it-as-you-eat-it Oreo.

How (And Why) You Should Throw a Taco Fiesta This Winter

As we kick off 2017 (goodbye, 2016, ya bish!), there's no reason why you shouldn't throw a winter fiesta.

How (And Why) You Should Throw a Taco Fiesta this Winter

As we kick off 2017 (goodbye, 2016, ya bish!), there's no reason why you shouldn't throw a winter fiesta.

Adam Richman’s Tips for Hosting an Epic Football-Viewing Feast

TV personality, cook, and author Adam Richman has wolfed down a 7-pound burrito, violently spicy suicide wings, and a towering 12-patty cheeseburger on the hit Travel Channel show "Man v Food," which he hosted from 2008 to 2012.

Oh, the Many Ways We Love Étouffée

Literally translated, étouffée means to smother or suffocate. That might sound scary in a murder-by-pillow or mother-in-law-with-no-boundaries kinda way, but when it comes to food, no.