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."
Does a steak need a recipe? Heck no. But recipes abound, and with them come all manner of tips, tricks and techniques, most of which diminish your likelihood of cooking a great steak.
Before you peel open a tub of store-bought dip, witness how dip can come together in a flash, especially with a little how-to help.
Cold beers are great and all, but you'll really up your summer party game with these boozy ideas.
Watch this video to find out how Alton Brown keeps fruit down in sangria.
May flowers bring joy — the kind of joy that inspired me to break out my brushes so that I could paint and capture what I saw on ... cookies!
When Earth Day falls smack-dab in the middle of your spring-cleaning efforts, don’t think of it as a mere coincidence. Believe it or not, the key to a cleaner, happier home can’t be found in a name-brand aerosol spray from the store.
All I need for homemade butter are two key ingredients: good-quality heavy cream from a local farmers market and fleur de sel. Get more tips.
Read on for five new ways to use day-old bread from Food Network.
With the new season just beginning it's time to start thinking about spring cleaning your kitchen.
Before you pick out a pasta for dinner tonight, think about what sauce you're craving. Different pasta shapes lend themselves better to different pasta sauces and these perfect pairings will ensure the perfect bite.
Bacon is much easier to chop when it's cold. Keep a stash in the freezer for weeknight meals.
This gallery of All-Star Comfort Food Ingredients rounds up sweet and savory staples that you’ll want to stock in the pantry and fridge so they’re on hand when you’re craving comfort food. What did we miss?
It's no longer just a choice between olive oil and extra-virgin. We've broken down common cooking oils (plus a few new comers) so you can pick the right one for dinner tonight.
In case you’re hopping a plane to Sochi, Russia, right now or hoping to re-create Russia at home, here’s a quick primer on how to toast like the Russians do.
Every cookware surface has its own set of rules to guarantee correctly cooking food and ensure a long life on your shelf. Whether your cabinets are stocked with nonstick, cast iron or stainless steel (or you're thinking about a set to invest in), these tips will keep your pots and pans properly cared for.
Tiramisu is Italian for "pick-me-up." It's made with ladyfingers dipped in espresso that are then layered with a whipped mascarpone mixture and topped with chocolate shavings. Giada's version will make enough for you, your sweetie and then some.
Spend more time in front of the game and less time in the kitchen by making this seven-layer dip the day before. It's a hearty option to serve with chips that's also vegetarian-friendly.
Brighten up even the grayest winter days and beat those winter blahs with these five fun ways to add more color into your life with sprinkles.