Spiral-cut? Boiled in beer? Microwaved? Columnist Ella Quittner sets out to find the ultimate hot dog.
A simple roasted chicken may be one of the greatest, most satisfying things a home cook can master.
We've partnered with @mieleusa to help you Cook Smarter with simple yet delicious recipes where the technique makes all the difference.
Scrambled eggs are easy enough already, but this hands-off take lets you make a large amount for a crowd all at once. It’s a great alternative to doing it in batches in your frying pan, and you don’t need to worry about the eggs drying out while you finish up the rest of the breakfast spread.
This sheet cake is so easy to assemble, feeds a crowd, and will put a smile on everyone's face.
A riff on Jim Lahey's popular no-knead method, this bread uses a sourdough starter instead of commercial yeast.
Spread each cooled cookie with glaze, then sprinkle with additional chopped pistachios.
This recipe uses a few simple ingredients to create a hearty and delicious main course.
This simple appetizer is a nice way to kick off dinner...or you can throw in a charcuterie plate and call it a complete meal.