You don't want to overdo it — but there are ways to eyeball the measurements.
A bird in the hand can become at least two on the dinner plate!
Trust us, you can boil some pasta.
Make your sustainability resolutions last.
Goodbye, overly ambitious resolutions. Hello, lasting change.
The recipe is basically right on the package — so we couldn't resist.
Hydrate. Hydrate. Hydrate.
Stop whining; it's not that hard.
You'll never look at your pizza wheel the same again.
Here are all the secret spaces you've been ignoring.
Teach even the youngest chefs and keep your sanity? Totally doable.
Spoiler Alert: You don't have to spend all day Sunday cooking.
Mise en place your way to less stress in the kitchen.
But you're going to feel so great after they're spic-and-span.
At the very least you’ll end up with an organized kitchen and you can check off one of your resolutions.
Use your favorite ingredients to decorate pumpkins with these steps from Food Network.
Whether you’re vacationing in New England or elsewhere, summer is the time for an authentic, sea-soaked clambake on the beach.
After taking a knife skills class, one Food Network staffer shares her learnings and tips to improve your chopping game.
If you’re still brainstorming a kid-friendly costume, look no further than your kitchen for inspiration thanks to Food Network Magazine.
Live every day like it's Earth Day.
Don’t be intimidated by breaking down a whole butternut squash! Check out Katie’s foolproof how-to gallery for step-by-step tips.
Whether you're in the process of moving or renovating, or are spending time away from home, find out which 25 pieces should be in your traveling mess kit.
In the chilly season, simmering your supper using the easy and age-old technique of braising will bring warmth, coziness and fragrance to your kitchen.
Decorating a cake can be super-easy and stress-free, so celebrate life's special occasions, no matter how small, with a festive decorated cake. No need for piping bags and sugar flowers: All of these ideas can be done in minutes using supermarket staples, and they’re as much fun to make as they are to eat.
A kitchen supplied with all the necessities means that you’re prepared for anything, like cooking your next meal on the fly.
Labor Day weekend marks the unofficial end of summer, and next Tuesday will be a little bit sad even for those of us who are not going back to school. So take full advantage of these last few days and send your summer off on a winning note.
Everyone has a list of their own favorite ingredients, but there is one item that I know will bring a teary look of appreciation to just about every chef I encounter, and that is the morel mushroom. So much so that when I reached out to Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli for her opinion of the morel, she referred to it as the "sacred mushroom."