The smell of fish will guide you to your next culinary adventure. Or will it? What you need to know about prepping fish for cooking.
Stumped by how to open a can of corned beef? Click here for all you need to know to access a delicious treat!
Need to pop open a cold one without waking up the munchkins? Click here for tips on how to open your beer without making a sound.
Can a meat that looks so good and tastes so delicious be bad for you, really? Let’s talk about the intricacies of cooking chicken souvlaki.
A meal that looks so appetizing and tastes so good can’t be bad for you… Or can it? We explore the intricacies of preparing pork souvlaki.
Have you ever had the urge to pop open an ice-cold can of soda but skipped it because you were worried about making noise and disturbing everyone around you?
Let’s talk about the incredible things you never knew about garlic. Like its tendency to turn blue when you kind of expect it to stay white.
Know the number of grams of rice per serving of raw rice, cooked rice, fried rice—and a few special dishes like paella and congee.
Most frying pans are intended to be used on the stove. And those that can go in the oven are rarely meant for use at maximum temperature. Here’s why.
There’s no culinary or scientific reason to rinse the noodles after they’re done cooking. It’s actually a bad idea for your pasta. Here’s why.
Keep your eggs fresh and become an eggspert in telling if they’re still good or not.
You can safely grill frozen chicken according to the USDA. For best taste and texture, thaw the chicken before grilling. Here’s how.
How to ramp up the flavor of an old favorite.
Everything you need to know to remove the bowl from your KitchenAid stand mixer. Hint: it doesn’t happen with the touch of a button.
Set your stand mixer free. Here’s how to release the attachment, on tilt-head and bowl-lift models.
Yes, you can make dough with yeast that’s past its expiry date. But before you do, here’s how to double-check if the yeast still works.
Preparing your vegetable garden ahead of spring can save you time and doesn’t require too much effort. Here’s some advice from someone who’s done it recently.
When your mixer is the quietest appliance in the kitchen, you have to brace yourself. Long-time owner Amy Ramirez-Leal explains why.