12 Dishes That Defined Their Eras

When these iconic meals appeared on the scene, they changed how people thought about food.

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How to Cook a Bunch of Little Dishes for a Crowd

Korean cuisine is known for its impressive spreads of banchan a.k.a. side dishes. Here are tips to pulling off your own well-balanced, ever-changing assortment.

Can You Freeze Eggs?

In a word: yes. But it’s important to follow a few rules.

What to Do with Leftover Steak

These round two recipes are destined for prime time.

How to Know When Your Steak is Done

Don't rely on tricks or gimmicks — all you need is a thermometer to nail steak every time.

These Are the Best Potatoes for Mashing

There are two categories of potatoes. Make sure you reach for the right one to avoid lumpy results.

How to Make Pancakes Without Baking Powder

There are a couple super easy swaps.

How to Grill Ribs

Learning how to grill ribs takes a lot less time than smoking. You don't need any special equipment other than a grill and a little preparation. We have all the details and tips right here!

What Is Seitan?

Flour-and-water "chicken" is all over Tiktok. Here's how you can enjoy cooking and eating this plant-based meat substitute.

How to Cut a Pineapple

Why pay extra for pre-cut pineapple at the salad bar? Follow Food Network Kitchen's step-by-step guide to break down the tropical fruit into perfect rings or chunks.

Use Butter Better

Is butter bad for us, or does it just have an image problem?
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