Many mouth-watering bakery treats rely on puff pastry, but have you ever tried to recreated it yourself? With a tips and practice, master the flaky pastry.
Get to know your greens and celebrate the season with what to pair with spring’s bounty and recipes from cookbook author Molly Watson.
Celebrate Earth Day and save a few cents by rescuing commonly tossed food items for another purpose.
Sharpening or honing on a stone, or using a manual sharpener to put a safe edge on your knives can be done in a few easy steps.
Whatever your reason for not eating eggs, don’t give up on your favorite dishes just because the recipe calls for them. Try these substitute tricks instead.
Making coconut butter is similar to a nut butter process. It takes one ingredient and minutes to make a versatile cooking and baking ingredient.
Cooking with cast iron is easy and efficient, but don’t let the pan’s care overwhelm you. The more you use it the longer it lasts.
Spices and herbs are great flavor conductors in the kitchen. With a dash, spices allow us to elevate inexpensive dishes, here are 15 interesting facts.
We are smack dab in the middle of crawfish season, so if you haven’t had a boil at least once this year it’s time to read this guide and catch up.
Spring has sprung with fresh fruits and vegetables. From produce to traditional foods of the season, here are 26 ingredients to kick off your celebration.
Learn how to fabricate a whole chicken and then use the whole bird in a cost effective and delicious way.
Help your cutting surfaces have a long life, protect your knives and keep your food safe with these maintenance tips for your boards.
Understand key French terms and become a better cook and recipe reader.
Learn all about knife care from Shun’s knife expert, Matt Matsushima.
Follow these steps for delicious, tender, restaurant-quality braised meat with sauce, too. A bonus of the simple process is how inexpensive it is to make.
Tea parties are the perfect way to celebrate almost any occasion. With delicate, fun touches, you can host your best, and most delicious, party yet.
Homemade Goat’s Cheese, also referred to as Chèvre (french for goat), is easy to make and tastes deliciously sweet and creamy.
Fathers of classic French cuisine, Carême and Escoffier, wrote five Mother Sauces. Learn the basic formulas and how to create many more from the classics.
To achieve greatness, one must have the right tools. Amish baker Sherry Gore offers wisdom on stocking your kitchen to create the most coveted baked goods.
Spruce up your leftover turkey or ham with buttery, rich Aged Havarti cheese.
Celebrate Christmas with a traditional Italian Feast of Seven Fishes! Serve cioppino and Baccalà for a real Italian feast.
Julia Child is a culinary superstar, even Saturday Night Live thinks so! Enjoy a lighthearted video and a few chicken dinner recipes as temperatures drop.
Are chicken fingers and mac and cheese getting tiresome at dinnertime? Kids’ tastes can put a damper on the dinner menu—but it doesn’t have to be that way.
Pastry crust made with tangy yogurt creates a delicate taste and a softness that makes the flaky pastry base all the more tempting.
Start a recipe only to find that you’re missing an ingredient? Have no fear, here is a definitive list of cooking substitutions to will help out in a pinch.
Once you begin making your own vanilla essence, you’ll never buy it again. The flavors are true and clean and it makes the most beautiful gifts.
An Austrian specialty, pumpkin seed oil adds color and nutty flavor to dishes. Drizzle on salads, in ice cream, or try it in this Gugelhupf cake recipe.
Being able to host a grand meal for friends is crucial. The table is the center and BoConcept has created one to gather a family of 4 or a crew with ease .
The girolle cheese curler was invented to serve Tête de Moine, creating a fun presentation at gatherings and a delicious new way to enjoy the earthy cheese.
For eons we’ve used bee products in traditional medicine, and with good reason. You’d be surprised just how much goodness can come from something so small.
Here are some valuable tips for a farmers’ market find. Try a recipe for summer squash salad after you dive into your local market’s produce.
The tips and tricks to fool-proof rice every time. No rice cooker required.
Summer, Summer, Summer squash. Summer is here and it’s time to explore the standout member of the summer squash family– the zucchini.
Honest Cooking explores the crisp snap pea in the latest installment of ‘Countdown to Summer.’
The egg is a wonderful tool as well as a delicious capsule of nutrition. Follow these egg tips for a successful cake, soufflé, or meringue.
Often overshadowed by their tomato cousins, the tomatillo enters the spotlight this summer with their bold and citrusy flavor.
It’ll be knee high by July—and in our bellies soon after. Honest Cooking explores the summer’s most treasured vegetable.
Light and refreshing the cucumber is one of the first vegetables to welcome the start of the summer produce season.
Raspberries. The ‘p’ is silent. The berry is delicious.
No fruit has more historical clout than the fig. Delish.
Peaches are here! Celebrate the start of summer with our favorite fuzzy fruit!
June 21st is Summer Solstice, or the first official day of summer. Honest Cooking is counting down by featuring seasonal produce. Eat it while you can!
Apricots are here and ready to be enjoyed. Throw them on the grill, chop them into salsas, or eat them raw, it doesn’t matter, just eat them.
Not every day will end with a gourmet meal. But every day deserves a good wine. Discover pairings with your favorite late night meal.
Like on Iron Chef, embracing culinary ingenuity can be a fun challenge when you cook and create based on the ingredients on hand.
Simone Van Den Berg explains some different uses of lavender from its fragrant to culinary properties.
Priya Sreeram on how to make The Perfect South Indian Filter Coffee.
Learn how to make authentic Mexican chorizo at home and have the perfect ingredient ready to go for delicious tacos, sopes, or frijoles.