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Sometimes it’s okay not to fill all the cups in your muffin pan.
Brought to you by a clean freak.
Sure, you can drink it, but baking with it is even better!
Sweet potatoes and collard greens aren’t just delicious; they also nourish the soul for many Black Americans.
Culinary pros tend to shun gadgets like this — but I'm a convert.
Even meat eaters will be excited about these vegan options.
How else would you celebrate National Drink Wine Day?
Keep warm and hone your cooking skills with the Food Network Kitchen app.
Skip the grill. You can get smoky flavor just by roasting a whole eggplant directly on a gas stove.
This fun holiday calls for plenty of celebration — and delicious hamantaschen, too.
Eggs aren't so bad served in pie crust with cheese and ham, huh?
Why choose between sweet and salty when you can have both?
You’ll be able to peel and chop this red root veggie — worry free.
Say "I love you" with an extra-special homemade treat.
Even the number of dishes on the table matters for this holiday.
Wilson Tang explains why supporting Chinese restaurants is so important this year.
Best of all, you only need one pastry tip.
Did someone say beignets?!
With this framework, you can come up with a doable plan no matter who you're feeding.
Your extra noodles and sauce just got a makeover!
Zoodles, schmoodles. This healthy hack is more satisfying — and super cheap.
This mistake will make your meat dry.