Kitchen surfaces still inundated with summer zucchini? Fret not. These slow cooker zucchini recipes will help you make use of all that green—with minimal fuss.
Beer and football season go hand in hand, but you don’t have to settle for a six-pack. Beer cocktail recipes have something for everyone—and will keep you buzzing through fall.
Not just for soups and stews, slow cookers make it easy to have breakfast and dinner—even dessert—ready whenever you are.
With only five ingredients, this peanut butter sea salt cookie recipe is so easy to make!
It’s gourd season. Time to hack into these golden dense jewels and make something of them! Try this recipe of acorn squash rounds with a creamy cashew dip and enjoy!
Discover cocktails that you maybe haven’t tried from “back in the day” . Learn a new recipe and then mix up a classic, potent favorite.
Ah, the weekday mornings. Sometimes, you just have to get in your car and go! This easy bacon, eggs, and cheese quesadilla can be put in the freezer and reheated for those mornings you are in a rush.
When thinking about a big pot of goodness, this hearty Peruvian soup should be one to put in it.
Try this simple Italian-style potato recipe with swiss chard, chili pepper flakes, and a tasty garlic dressing that doesn’t require ANY mayonaisse for once!
Take your favorite comfort food classics to the Crock-Pot. We’re talking fuss-free, crowd-pleasing recipes that cook low and slow for hours.
Hello, coconut! These baking recipes ditch butter and other cooking oils in favor of coconut oil, reportedly rich in antioxidants and healthy fats. Give these favorites a try.
Whether you’re a coffee connoisseur or prefer a mug of tea and you’re on the cream team, fall and winter are the best times to get creative with creamers.
The fall season is in full swing – let’s keep the momentum going, shall we? These autumn pasta recipes are an artful ode to all things seasonal.
Nothing brightens up a chicken breast like a squeeze of fresh lemon juice. Here are some delicious ways to do it.
September is the month when the heat begins to cool off, and the cravings for comfort food begin. This crustless zucchini and rice pie is a hot and cheesy vegetarian dish straight out of the oven. Have this easy-to-make meal for dinner for those cooler nights.
These pumpkin cranberry breakfast cookies make for a great breakfast on-the-go.
Make ice cubes, add butter, froth you own milk, the possibilities are endless. Learn favorite ways to improve and bring new life into your usual coffee.
Winemaker Paula Moulton has satisfied our cravings and paired buttery Girl Scout cookies with a matching glass of wine for the ultimate night in.
Pimm’s Cup is the perfect summer drink. It’s refreshing and filled with lots of bright, summery odds and ends that add textural depth and a lovely fragrance—especially if you go for mint varieties like apple mint.
It’s is prime season for taking cocktail hour outside—long days of sunshine, and warm temps just begging to be iced down with a cool sip. Make your next occasion a hit with these fun cocktail party ideas.
Some things are just meant to be. One such thing is the marriage of chocolate and peanut butter—it’s practically eternal.
Originating in Northern Italy, polenta has gone on to have a place in cuisines around the world. While all of these recipes may not be strictly Italian, they all hint at the mother land and are too delicious to ignore.
It’s Meatless Monday. Replace your burgers with this healthy, meat-free option that will surprise even a devout carnivore. Who says cookouts can’t be healthy?
These summer sangria recipes feature seasonal fruits and berries soaked in a variety of wines, and they represent a wide range of complexity levels. What are you waiting for? Find your perfect match!
Make a few refreshing cocktails all with cucumbers as the key ingredient, sliced, ribboned, juiced, or infused, they offer a cool twist for the hot months.
It’s the season of cool pasta salads and what could be more delicious than one of our favorite sandwiches becoming a bowl of pasta loaded with bacon and fresh vegetables.
The warm temps are here to stay. Keep cool and satisfy your sweet tooth with these easy dessert recipes, no oven needed.
Take your weekend brunch to the next level of comfort food goodness with stuffed and baked bacon and egg potatoes.
Fresh lemonade is all that is lovely about summer. Learn to infuse this favorite with the best fruits and your nostalgic homespun joy will increase twofold.
We love strawberry-rhubarb pies and jams, but there’s so much more to this tart-sweet combination than that. These recipes have us falling in love with all things strawberry-rhubarb.
Zucchini is abundant (and inexpensive) during the summer months and it makes an excellent vessel for a multitude of flavor combinations. Check out these delicious, nutritious ways to get your serving of green veggies.
Make your grilled turkey burgers exciting with fresh mozzarella, basil, summer tomatoes, and a ciabatta bun.
The right sangria recipe can turn the stickiest summer day into something sweet and satisfying in just a few simple steps, and only a few simple ingredients.
The cool creaminess of ripe avocado pairs perfectly with rich chocolate. While it may seem like an unlikely combination, diving into the possibilities of this powerhouse combo will be the smartest thing you do all day.
Savory or sweet, as far as we’re concerned, there’s no ailment a fluffy, buttery biscuit can’t cure. Great for breakfast, lunch or dinner, these popular biscuit recipes will rise right to the top of your go-to comfort foods.
The bright, fresh flavor of mild peppers makes them an ideal vessel for all your favorite fixin’s. To get your wheels spinning in a new direction, here are a few favorite takes on stuffed peppers. Good eats, guaranteed.
What sets a Texas barbecue apart from the rest? Beef brisket, smoked low and slow for hours. No smoker? No problem! This oven version delivers tender meat and flame-kissed flavor.
Whether you’re hosting a full-blown reception or a casual brunch with friends, self-serve stations are your new best friend. These trendy bar setups make for a great focal centerpiece—and a simple, efficient way to appease a hungry (or thirsty) crowd in a hurry.
Highlight and savor summer’s tomatoes with this easy tomato jam complete with olive oil and garlic. Serve over burgers for a gourmet alternative to ketchup.
Time to open the freezer and break out the ice trays, because here are a few of the most buzzed-about ways you can get creative with those cubes.
These easy pull-apart bread recipes make the ultimate centerpiece at breakfast, lunch or dinnertime. They’re so good, you won’t be able to keep your hands to yourself—not that anyone’s asking you to.
No way to liven up taco night like incorporating fresh fish and fun, new flavor combos. These recipes mix and match ingredients for a spread that’s healthy and soul-soothing all at once.
Sun’s out, rum’s out! Summer is the time for tall glasses of iced tea and these deliciously boozy twists on a warm weather favorite will keep your pitchers flowing all season long.
We love rosé wine for spring and summer celebrations—it’s light, refreshing, and it looks so festive. This season, try one these pink cocktail recipes, featuring all the goodness of rosé.
Try a classic sweet black tea and once you have the base down, experiment with flavored variations.
Brace yourself for the easiest breakfast experience of your adult life. The night before, let the oats soften and absorb all the delicious flavors. In the morning, add your favorite toppings and enjoy!
Robert M. Green started the summer soda sensation in 1876, even before Coca-Cola and we are carry on with delicious recipes, some even spiked.
The refreshing, botanical quality of gin makes it an ideal cocktail starter. From juleps to negronis, we’ve got all the happy hour inspiration you need.
Nothing says easy comfort like a bowl of seasoned stir fry. With minimal prep time and a flexible ingredient list, stir fry is a winner on all fronts. Check out these favorite recipes.
There are few things finer on a hot day than a tall glass of iced coffee. Save yourself some cash this season, and try these buzz-worthy iced coffee recipes.
Need a little more sweet pep in your step? Look no further—these coffee infused desserts will leave your sweet tooth and caffeine cravings satisfied.
Who doesn’t love brunch? Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion or just enjoying some good, brunch-lovin’ company, here are delicious dishes that are sure to make your midday meal one to remember.
Beer devotees, this one’s for you. Whether you tend towards a heavy stout or a lighter lager, these brew-centric recipes are sure to be favorites.
Despite its humble origins, the grilled cheese holds court as one of the most-loved sandwich combos of all time. We’re betting you can’t make it to the end of the list without salivating.
Spring is here and cocktails should reflect the season’s florals. Lilac, lavender, and elderflowers are just some of the features in these libations.
There’s nothing better than enjoying a juicy steak, fresh from the grill. These steak recipes feature less expensive cuts made delicious with simple ingredients.
It’s asparagus season! In homage to the springtime gems, here are crowd-pleasing recipes starring the favorite vegetable.
As we dive into spring, don’t leave soup behind. These recipes feature fresh spring produce, and can be served warm or cold 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 ooey, gooey chocolate flavor you won’t be able to get enough of.
We’re striving to cook more in the new year, but that doesn’t have to mean forfeiting your favorite restaurant recipes. Here, we’ve rounded up top trending copycat recipes, perfect for having your (homemade) cake, and eating it too!