How Much Yeast Is In a Packet?
Dark-Colored vs. Light-Colored Pans: When to Use Them
To Grill or Pan-Fry Bacon: Which Method Is Better?
Can You Pan-Fry Chicken Without Oil?
Ground Meat vs. Minced Meat (The Differences)
We Asked Dietitians: Is Pan-Frying Healthy?
Is It Okay to Eat Cold Pasta the Next Day?
The Tastiest Ways to Use Up Leftover Risotto
Can You Use a Stainless Steel Pan on the Grill?
Are Bosch Induction Cooktops Good?
Are Bosch Ovens a Good Choice for Your Kitchen?
Review: De Cecco Peeled Canned Tomatoes
Broiling vs. Roasting
To Broil a Steak or Pan-Fry It?
How Long Does Rotisserie Chicken Last?
Should You Get a Pizza Stone or a Baking Steel?
Why Is My Wood Cutting Board Smelly?
Will Cooking Spoiled Meat Make It Safe to Eat?
This Is How to Keep Burgers From Shrinking
Fizzing Pickles: Should You Eat Them?
Can Shrimp Be Overcooked?
Apple Cider Vinegar vs. Balsamic Vinegar
Yes, Pickles Go Bad (How to Store Them)
Can You Overcook Beans? (Things to Know)
IKEA Pans and Pots: Are They Any Good?
Do You Cook Chicken in a Frying Pan or Sauté Pan?
IKEA Pans vs. T-fal (Which Should You Get?)
How to Make Broccoli Taste Good
Do This When Your Frying Pan Smells Like Fish
What’s the Best Oil for French Fries?
All of Your Wax Paper Questions, Answered
Should Stainless Steel Pans Be Seasoned?
How Long Does It Take for Water to Boil?
Can You Overcook Meatballs in Sauce?
Tri-Ply vs. Five-Ply vs. Seven-Ply Frying Pans
Can You Overcook Brisket? (Things to Know)
Do This When You Burn Your Hand On a Hot Handle
How Pasta Is Served In Italy
Magnalite, the Quintessential Cajun Roasters
Fiore Sardo Cheese: A Guide
American Omelet vs. French Omelette (The Differences)
Taleggio Cheese: A Guide
Braising vs. Stewing (What’s the Difference?)
Scamorza Cheese: A Guide
Are All Stainless Steel Pans the Same?
Are All Cast Iron Skillets the Same?
Cast iron skillets heat evenly and retain heat exceptionally well. Yet not all pans are created equal. Here’s what you need to know.
How to Use a Non-Stick Pan for the First Time
15 of Your Molasses Questions, Answered
Why Your Induction Cooktop Is Making Noise
Can Enameled Cast Iron Cookware Rust?
Using Stainless Steel Cookware for the First Time
How Often Should You Clean a Cast Iron Skillet?
Frying Pan, Sauté Pan, or Saucepan?
What Is a Stainless Steel Pan Good For?
Beka Chef Stainless Steel Frying Pan (Review)
How to Use a Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Skillet for the First Time
Is Cast Iron a Good Conductor of Heat?
Why Cover a Frying Pan?
How Many Frying Pans Do I Need?
The Worst Type of Frying Pan
Your Tefal (T-fal) Questions, Answered
How Often Should You Replace a Frying Pan?
Why Your Frying Pan Smells Like Burnt Plastic
How Much to Spend on Cookware
Grill Pan vs. Skillet (Here’s How to Choose)
Can Enameled Cast Iron Be Used on Glass Cooktops?
Everyone knows that enameled cast iron cookware is a great choice for home cooks. But can you use it on a glass stove or cooktop?
Which Cast Iron Pans Are Made in the USA?
Looking to buy a USA-made cast iron skillet? Here are the family businesses that make their cookware on domestic soil.
What to Use Enameled Cast Iron Cookware For
How to Tell When Your Cast Iron Skillet Is Hot Enough
Cast iron skillets take a while to heat up. But, once they’re there, they heat evenly. Here’s how to tell when your skillet is hot enough.
How Much Does a Good Cast Iron Skillet Cost?
A cast iron skillet won’t set you back more than a few cappuccinos at Starbucks. Here’s why—and how to filter out the good ones from the junk.
How Often Should Cast Iron Skillets Be Seasoned?
Everyone tells you that you should season your cast iron skillet. But should you—and how often should you—reseason it after the first time?
Is Enameled Cast Iron Cookware Truly Dishwasher-Safe?
Enameled cast iron: it’s gorgeous, versatile, and functional. And most manufacturers claim it’s dishwasher-safe. But is that truly the case?
9 Ways to Care for an Enameled Cast Iron Dutch Oven
Can You Use a Cast Iron Skillet on an Induction Cooktop?
Marmite: What It Is and Why You’ll Love It
Fried Eggs or Scrambled Eggs? Here’s How to Decide!
Omelet vs. Scrambled Eggs
They both start with whisked eggs in a bowl. But the technique you use to cook them differs—and so do the outcomes.
Jambon de Paris
Why Does Eating Salmon Make Me Sick?
Master the Four Methods of Heat Transfer in Cooking
Knowing the four methods of heat transfer can help you make the most of your tools and cook delicious food. So here’s the crash course.
Are Yogurt Containers With Bulging Lids Safe to Eat?
So you opened your fridge and saw that that the lids on one or two seemingly good yogurt containers have puffed up. Here’s what you need to know.
Capers: All You Need to Know
Learn all about capers, where to find them, how to select them, and how to incorporate them in your daily cooking.
Should You Drain Canned Tuna?
You don’t really need to. But maybe you find it too watery and you want to. Here’s if (and how) to drain canned tuna.
How to Choose Canned Tuna
Choosing canned tuna at the grocery store doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Here’s how to decode the terms and claims on the labels.
Guanciale: All You Need to Know
All you need to know about Guanciale, the staple Italian cured pork product that’s made from the fatty and flavorful cheeks or jowl of a pig.
Anchovies: How Long Do They Last?
Canned anchovies pack a ton of flavor, so you only need a few for most recipes. How long can you store the leftovers (and how to use them up)?
Is Brabantia a Good Brand?
Can You Use Cif to Clean an Induction Cooktop?
Why Your Potato Soup Came Out Gritty
I help you troubleshoot the most common cooking mistakes that lead to gritty potato soup, and show you how to avoid them.
The Best Italian Foods to Stock Your Pantry With Right Now
These are the best italian foods you should be stocking up on (and how to best use them). Get inspired now!
Silicone or Wooden Utensils: Which Are Better?
Both silicone and wooden spatulas, spoons, and tongs are a must-have for non-stick cooking. But which is the “better” option for you? We help you choose.
The Best KitchenAid Stand Mixer Alternatives
KitchenAid stand mixers too costly for your budget or simply not your thing? Here are some of the best alternatives you can buy today.
The Best Spatulas (Metal, Silicone, Wooden)
The spatula is the unrecognized workhorse of your home kitchen. Here’s how to select the best one for every cooking task.
12 Things You Need to Know About Blood Oranges
Why Are KitchenAid Stand Mixers Out of Stock?
Most manufacturers are having a hard time keeping up with consumer demand, and stand mixers seem to be no exception. Why is that?
Is More Expensive Pasta Better?
If you haven’t already, give some of the more expensive boxed pasta at the store a try and you won’t be disappointed. Here’s why.
Why Don’t TV Chefs Wash Their Hands?
If you watch cooking shows on TV or YouTube, you’ve probably seen that celebrity chefs never wash their hands! Why is that?