Sloppy Joes are one of America’s favorite messy burgers, but how messy is too messy? Here’s what to do when your sloppy-joe sauce is runny.
Crab, lobster, and shrimp all come from the sea, that’s for sure. But they’re bought, cooked, and eaten differently.
Sun-dried tomatoes are a treat, that’s for sure. But should you really be eating them? We asked a doctor for his take.
Everything you need to know about buying, storing, and using up garlic in your home cooking.
To grill or to boil your hot dogs? There are reasons to love them both ways, as long as you cook them properly.
Tenderloin is a leaner, cleaner cut of beef. Cooking it requires a balance of time, temperature, and moisture to produce a tender result.
Cajun cooking and Creole cooking have many similarities. Still, they are different, and those who live in South Louisiana below Interstate 10 know the history and styles that accommodate the perfection.
Shellfish and seafood are some of the hardest things to cook due to different steps compared to meat, but nothing to fear.
They conduct heat, carry flavors, and keep your food from sticking. Here’s why—and what else you should know.