Use up the rest of the season’s zucchini in this spiralized dish served with garlic, sun-dried tomatoes, bacon and basil.
Check out these easy rice dishes that are filled with veggies and are great for feeding a crowd.
There’s hardly a frozen treat more satisfying than an ice cream sandwich. Go the homemade route with these sweet treats you’ll want to try before summer ends.
Thoughtfully arranged ingredients leave these crowd-pleasing cakes with an incredibly moist, pudding-like texture. Try experimenting with your favorite toppings of varying textures—fresh berries, chopped nuts, ice cream, fresh whipped cream—or all of the above!
Grab a loaf of brioche and all of summer’s fresh berries and get to work on this simply beautiful summer pudding.
Brighten up your week with these sweet-savory summer fruit salad recipes, all packed with summer’s finest—fresh berries, juicy melon and ripe peaches. A host of vibrant, refreshing combinations to see you through the entire season.
Check out these recipes to enjoy summer tomatoes now and how to preserve them for winter.
Tossed in a shallot-honey vinaigrette, this fried goat cheese salad is made up of some of our favorite foods, including strawberries and avocado.
Marinades are essential for infusing flavor into grill fare of all kinds—meat, seafood, even fruit and veggies—and a lengthy marinade time can go a long way towards transforming tough cuts of meat into tender ones. Try these simple summer marinades in your grilling rotation!
Scrambling to get dinner on the table? Reach for that can of tuna in the back of the pantry. This inexpensive pantry staple is packed with protein, and is wildly versatile. Go way beyond your standard tuna salad sandwich.
The no-fuss nature of the sheet cake makes it an ideal choice for potlucks, picnics and cookouts. Easy to prep, store, transport AND serve—these cakes will see you through an entire season of buffet-style festivities.
Follow these steps to get rid of weird odors in your kitchen.
Invented in the Brown Hotel in Kentucky, the Kentucky Hot Brown sandwich is open-faced and made with turkey, bacon mornay sauce and sometimes tomatoes. From pizza to mac and cheese, check out these other ways to feature the favorite sandwich.
With the delicious addition of flame-grilled tomatoes, these spicy bloody marys will make you want to host simply to toast!
The tangy, refreshing quality of fresh lemon makes it an ideal match for the warmer months, and these sweet recipes are here to see you through.
Whether you’re hosting a special occasion brunch or enjoying a lazy weekend in, the casserole dish is a blessing come sunrise. Each of these recipes calls for only a few simple ingredients. Just assemble, send your dish on a quick trip to the oven, and you’re in business.
What’s the key to avoiding lumpy, crumby frosting? Icing your cake with an expert crumb coat before you go all Ace-of-Cakes on your creation. Staying true to its namesake, the crumb coat is a thin base layer of frosting that’s designed to catch cake crumbs and even out your frosting surface. Think of it as the sanding and priming steps before a paint job.
Get your paper and pen out bakers and beer-heads (the folks who live for micro-brews and shudder at the thought shot-gunning a Miller Light), we’ve got some invaluable advice coming your way courtesy of Jackie Dodd (aka The Beeroness).
Exactly what you were thinking – a mac and cheese that is both sweet and savory? Well, it’s pretty darn good.
Carrot cake is a favorite, and for good reason. Which is why we want carrot cake every which way, starting with these five new takes on the classic.
From chicks to bunnies and lambs, check out how to make these sweet spring animals into fun Easter treats.
Classic Italian Easter bread is a favorite braided breads, thanks to its creative use of colorful eggs between woven layers of dough.
As we transition from winter to spring, don’t leave soup behind! These recipes feature fresh spring produce, and many can be served warm or chilled to suit your fancy—and the weather.
Serious chocoholics know all about that specific craving that can only be satisfied by intensely dark chocolate. These recipes boast layers of chocolate flavor you won’t be able to get enough of.
For breakfast, brunch, or dinner, this frittata pack protein, salty prosciutto flavor and lots of spinach for a balanced bite.
These no-muss, no-fuss, one pot pasta recipes are perfect for a little low maintenance indulgence on a weeknight schedule.
Spinach dip. It’s a guaranteed crowd-pleaser, and frankly, it’s a must for any finger food-friendly…
We know it; you know it—chicken soup really is good for the soul. Whether you’re under the weather and craving a little comfort, or simply looking for creative ways to stretch leftover ingredients, this roundup of favorite recipes has you covered.
The hot dog is a classic American standby, but even old favorites can stand a makeover every now and then. Whether you’re staying in or grilling out back, these upgrades will take your hot dog to the next level.
We can’t get enough of fun food puns.
Better than anything you will buy at a pretzel stand in the mall or at a sports game, these salted soft pretzels are easy to make at home.
Check out these easy ideas to upgrade your kitchen from being a dysfunctional, cluttered room to an efficient cooking space.
What’s more beautiful than a runny egg yolk? Poached or fried, a perfectly cooked egg is a fun way to lend extra richness (and protein!) to pasta dishes, rice bowls—even pizzas! These 10 recipes are sure to eliminate any notion that eggs are just for breakfast.
In the interest of full disclosure, we’ll make a confession—”cheese” and “Crock-Pot” are two of our most frequented notions on a week-to-week basis. Here are the top crock pot dips on the internet.
We’ll eat anything made by a Hepburn.
Go bananas today with these different versions of banana bread.
This vegetarian meal in one deep dish straight out of the oven. An easy weeknight dinner!
A satisfying meal does not necessarily come in multiple courses. This middle eastern red lentil soup is a meal all on its own and will be sure to satisfy.
Need ideas for a simple and easy appetizer? Try these roasted yam slices topped with melted parmesan cheese!
So maybe you went a litle overboard with the Christmas cookies, or perhaps you over-imbibed on New Year’s Eve. No worries – we’re not here to judge. In fact, to help you kickstart your holiday recovery plan, we’ve gathered 15 clean eating recipes that are as delicious as they are healthful.
This is a bowl of comfort. Steaming with red lentils, cumin, mint, and lemon.
Make it Italian night with this quick and easy dinner idea for the whole family on a cold evening.
This linguine baked pie comes right out of the oven crispy on top, oozing with cheese on the inside, and worthy of swirling around your fork.
Sometimes less is more.
Enjoy warming your hands with a hot bowl of comforting chicken broth that marries all the classic ingredients of a minestrone.
There are those days when a little extra is needed to get the morning started. Add a little bit of booze to your cuppa joe with this bourbon vanilla coffee creamer.
It’s time to grab your favorite winter warmers and cozy up for a cocktail hour spent fireside. Chocolate lovers, this one’s for you.
Hanukkah is a traditional Jewish holiday celebrating the rededication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. Also known as the Festival of Lights, the celebration is a time of gift giving, games, and eating oil-based foods. Enjoy the eight days of Hanukkah with these 15 traditional and holiday-themed desserts from across the web.
Having a crowd over for Christmas dinner? Satisfy all the sweet tooth cravings with this decadent toffee, pecan, and sweet potato slab pie.
Thank goodness for mashed potatoes. Unlike cranberry sauce and stuffing, you’ll be hard-pressed to find folks who dismiss the homemade whipped side as “just not for them” at a holiday table. Perhaps this is partly due to their incredible versatility—from savory to sweet, mashed potatoes can be dressed up in countless ways with minimal effort to suit any taste.
Still struggling with Thanksgiving leftovers? Hopefully not. But if so, try this herbed chicken tray bake and swap it out with turkey.
Fall is in full effect—and with it, we welcome the arrival of sweet signature pastries, the (in)famous pumpkin spice latte, and more. In homage, we’ve gathered 10 convincing copycats, so you can learn to make all of your restaurant favorites for the season right in your very own kitchen!
Ham is a typical holiday main course. However, if you are not a cured meat fan, here are three ways to slow roast a pork loin with all the trimmings for your next holiday party.
Looking for ways to add a little seasonal flair to your breakfast? Just so happens—it’s pumpkin season, folks. Check out these eight ways to make the most important meal of the day even more fun.
Their “pop-able” nature makes brussels sprouts a prime ingredient for appetizer trays, but there’s so much more to sprouts than that. They’re bite-sized and adorable, sure, but they’re just as delicious deconstructed and loaded into cheesy dips or piled atop flatbreads and crostini. Check out these 10 fun ways to work them into your holiday lineup.
Tailgating season continues! Here, self-taught chef, photographer, and food blogger Claire Thomas of The Kitchy Kitchen shares some of her favorite tailgate-ready recipes. Think you can handle the heat? Check out Claire’s three spicy homemade salsas, packed with habanero peppers—perfect for mixing up your tailgate spread.
Don’t toss the remains from last night’s pie party—put leftover slices to work in these fun recipes!
If you have a friend who travels thousands of miles just to dine at a renowned restaurant or spends weekends battling deep bouts of wanderlust by cooking cuisine from some far off land—this is the list for them. Tap into the exotic sensibilities of your favorite travelers with this comprehensive list of tested and approved travel-ready gifts for food lovers.
Looking to up your basic cocktail game? Learn how to make, use, and even cook with bitters.
Grab your blender and make a smoothie, but this time serve it in a bowl for a heartier, beautiful bite with great toppings and energy.