Spatchcocking, or butterflying, a whole chicken ensures your hen cooks remarkably quickly and sigh-inducingly evenly. And it’s a cinch to do at home.
We’re hearing the same question over and over and over again. How do I a make sourdough starter? (That is, a homemade bread starter that requires no commercial yeast.) Here’s how in simple, easy steps.
Scared of fish? We understand. Actually, it’s not the fish that scares most folks. It’s the cooking of said fish. Not anymore.
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Because c’mon, we’ve all wondered whether it really makes a difference what kind of cocoa powder we use. [Spoiler alert: It does. But not always.]
There’s a whole lotta home cooking happening lately. And here are the recipes you, dear readers, have been clamoring for most.
Our Never Cook Naked guys offer a savvy and sassy explanation that gets to the bottom of the wisdom in using wooden spoons.
Our staffers share the most essential tools and items they can’t live without when it comes to the kitchen…What are yours?
Renee Schettler explains her mom’s hunkering-down survival strategy from back in the day and how it actually had less to do with cooking and a lot more with something far simpler.
Expert answers to your most befuddling brownie blunders. Trust us when we say these tricks and techniques will ensure your next batch is your best ever.
Renee Schettler and David Leite take their constant quibbling and opposing viewpoints to the topic of taking a cookbook versus a computer into the kitchen.