With fall quickly approaching, I am looking forward to the cooler weather and seasonal food. As huge fan of chili, I love this gallery put together by our colleagues at CookingLight.com. To quote the article, “Nothing warms the body and soul like a hearty bowl of chili. Reviewers rated these recipes tops.” To see the full gallery, click here. More […]
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A recipe calls for fresh herbs but you only have the dried variety. What to do? First, taste the herb to determine if it’s weak or strong. (If your dried oregano has almost no flavor, neither will the sauce.) For strong herbs, use about a third of the amount of fresh herbs called for in the recipe. For extra-mild dried […]
Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, comes early this year, starting tonight at sundown and ending Friday evening. If you’re looking to ring in the holiday, try these quick, easy, and festive fall foods and drinks: Bagel With Cream Cheese, Apple, and Honey Carrot and Apple Slaw With Raisins Honey-Soaked Feta Apple Blintz Pancakes Ginger and Honey Iced Tea Apple […]
When you’re out all day, a slow-cooker is a great tool for making quick and easy meals. Who wouldn’t want a homemade dinner that’s ready the instant you walk in the door?! Unfortunately, trying to clean these clunky, heavy appliances can be quite the feat. Here, cleaning expert Anna Moseley, explains how to tackle the task:
Spaghetti is one of my favorite weeknight meals. It’s filling, inexpensive, and delicious. The only problem? It’s tough to measure out and I frequently end up tossing the leftovers. Thanks to these handy tips, it’s easy to revive the leftovers (whether plain or mixed with sauce) up to three days after cooking.
Get a head start on weeknight dinners by roasting two chickens at once. Here’s how to adjust the cook time.
To keep your cookware in tip-top shape, David Burke, chef/owner of David Burke Townhouse, in New York City, recommends “baking” stainless pans at 400° F for two to three hours (be sure the handle is oven-safe).