A ridiculously easy way to cook bacon for a crowd. No fuss. No standing at the stovetop. No spatters.
Rhubarb vodka. Yep. It’s a thing. And you’re going to want to make this tipsy spring tonic again and again and again.
Pastrami. We consider it the other corned beef. We also consider it darn easy to make it yourself.
A simple, clean break from tradition, this margarita eschews cloying Cointreau in lieu of a splash of sweet agave.
This bowl of comfort features all the hearty, stick-to-your-ribs goodness of traditional split pea soup with the added benefit of tossing everything in the slow cooker and walking away.
An easy Italian soup that makes for a satisfying supper tossed together from pantry staples.
Not just hippy health food, the veggie bowl (aka whole bowls or buddha bowls) can be whatever the heck you want it to be. Like this lovely little creation.
Cajeta. It’s how you say “obscenely indulgent, ridiculously easy, and gosh darn good caramel” when you’re south of the border.
Okay, so this fish taco isn’t exaaaaaactly like what we’ve experienced in Baja. But it’s close. Close enough. Maybe even better.
Translation? A spectacularly satisfying and soupy stewy dish made with green chiles and chicken that takes just an hour (!) yet tastes authentic as heck.
The best vegetarian chili recipe we’ve ever tried. Even better, it’s easy to make, just spicy enough, and can even be made in the slow cooker.
Sweet and savory collide in this old-time apple jelly that you can slather on toast, plop on a cheese plate, or take by the spoonful.
You won’t find a single rolled oat in this granola recipe. What you will find is sweetly crunchy and obscenely nutty goodness galore.
Bourbon-spiked, butterscotch-coated, bacon-gilded popcorn raises the bar to a whole new level of hopelessly irresistible.
Stylish on any salad, this versatile little number is a staple in every discerning cook’s recipe wardrobe.
An Italian classic. And it’s ridiculously easy to make at home with just lemons, sugar, vodka, and a little patience.
Terra who? This DIY rendition tastes exponentially better than what you can buy in a bag yet costs colossally less.
Eggs, potatoes, and not much else. That’s our weeknight salvation come suppertime on a super crazy day.