Here at The Kitchen, we're not above being a little cheesy. We put out the call and you came back to us with some really cheesy questions. Here are a few of the most popular ones from The Kitchen Helpline.
The Kitchen has taken a look at some of the most interesting "cheesy" foods and gadgets and we're testing them out for you. Will these items make the cut? You be the judge.
Instead of tossing away your empty cans from the pantry, turn them into useful and beautiful can creations!
Navigating weeknight meals can be a challenge. First, you have to shop, then you have to chop--and then there's the cooking. The good news is that The Kitchen has eliminated a few steps by selecting the best pre-chopped and ready-made supermarket ingredients. We've also combined these timesavers to make a delicious Spicy Chicken Stir-Fry.
Throw the ultimate Game Night get-together with these fun and easy food crafts and DIY decor ideas!
We know you love to eat out just as much as you love to cook at home, so we want to help you recreate your favorite restaurant dishes. Here's how to master your most-requested restaurant items at home.
The Kitchen has created a special tower for serving your game day foods. It looks terrific and is disposable too, making for easy clean up. All you need is a few items from the grocery or party store.
Big Game decor is as easy as adding football lace accents to things you already have around the house. The Kitchen shows you how to add Touchdown Touches to anything brown.
Give a second life to everyday items, like plastic spoons and old t-shirts.
The newest trend popping out of toasters may be sweeter than you think. Sweet potato "toast" is gaining on traditional toast as a favorite nutritious snack. The Kitchen's giving you a first look at the trend with two unique takes on a breakfast classic.
Citrus is a wintertime staple and can add a fresh zing to any brunch table. Here's an inventive way to feature it in all of its sweet glory.
New Year's Eve is a late night for many people, but that doesn't mean you can't entertain on New Year's Day. The Kitchen has a few super simple ideas that make for a fun brunch with minimal effort--you can sleep in and still be a great host!
A cold winter day is the perfect time to get organized after the holidays!
The holidays are filled with snowmen, cookies and, of course, gingerbread houses. At The Kitchen, we like to do things a little differently, so this year we're making a savory version of this holiday classic--it's The Kitchen's Cheese and Cracker House.
The jewel of any successful holiday dinner is a beautifully set table. It's the one time of year that we get to pull out the fancy plates and glasses and dress things up. The Kitchen has some surefire tips to help you set a table that glistens with class, sophistication and holiday cheer.