We Tested 5 Methods for Reheating Steak and the Winner Kept It So JuicySkills
This two-step method won, hands-down.
Feb 9, 2024
Yes, You Can Freeze Guacamole (But Never Do This) Skills
Here's everything you need to know.
Feb 10, 2024
How to Peel Pearl Onions Skills
The best way to peel pearl onions is also the easiest and the fastest.
Feb 8, 2024
3 Rules for Making the Absolute Best Avocado ToastSkills
Take yours to the next level by doing these three things.
Feb 5, 2024
A 3-Ingredient Recipe for Homemade Flower Food
Tips from The Kitchn
Make those grocery store bouquets last as long as possible!
Feb 1, 2024
The One Ingredient That Makes Brownies 100x BetterSkills
It’s game-changing.
Feb 1, 2024
The 2-Ingredient Power Cleaner Hiding in Your Medicine CabinetKitchen
Here are just 7 of the things you can clean with it.
Jan 30, 2024
How to Perfectly Reheat Rotisserie Chicken Every TimeSkills
Juicy and tender.
Jan 25, 2024
I Tried 7 Ways to Thicken Soup and the Winner Won By a LandslideSkills
It was unbelievably creamy.
Jan 24, 2024
30 Leftover Chicken Recipes You’ll Want to Make the Next DayRecipes
Anytime you find yourself with leftover baked chicken breasts, shredded chicken from the slow cooker, poached chicken breasts, or whole roasted chicken, consider it a very good thing. You can certainly go for a second round of last night’s dinner, but the wonderful thing about chicken is that it’s so easy to repurpose it into an entirely different meal.
Jan 23, 2024
My Brilliant 3-Ingredient Dessert I Make Every JanuarySkills
Let your oven do all the work.
Jan 20, 2024
6 Ways to Tenderize a Tough Cut of Meat Skills
Tough cuts of meat, like chuck roast, brisket, hanger steak, and flank steak, aren’t just cheaper than their leaner counterparts — when cooked just right, they deliver even more flavor. But oftentimes, you need to prep the meat for the best results! From a long, slow cook to the power of a brine, here are six ways to get the job done. Pounding softens and tenderizes meat, making it easier to cut and eat.
Jan 17, 2024
Is a Sam’s Club Membership Worth It? I Rejoined Last Year — Here’s Everything You Should KnowGroceries
Plus a deep dive on perks, Sam’s Cash, and more.
Jan 16, 2024
Our 5 Best Cooking Tricks for Nights When You Just Can’tSkills
Because we all have those days.
Jan 8, 2024
The $4 Grocery You Should Always Have in Your Freezer (Perfect for Nights When You’re Too Lazy to Cook!)Groceries
“The quality has really shifted in the last number of years.”
Jan 7, 2024
The Dos and Don’ts of Grocery Shopping Etiquette, According to EmployeesGroceries
Do keep glass items out of the baby seat.
Jan 5, 2024
If You Can Break One Bad Habit in Your Kitchen This Year, This Is ItKitchen
Plus, the easy, money-saving solution.
Jan 2, 2024
We Tested 5 Methods for Getting Grease Stains Out of Clothing, and 2 Blew Us Away
Cleaning Showdown
The winner took less than 5 minutes.
Dec 31, 2023
How to Pop a Bottle of Champagne With Zero FearSkills
As much fun as it might be to send a cork shooting over people’s heads and showering your guests with fizzy booze, there is another way to open Champagne and sparkling wines. A better way. Follow this easy, step-by-step guide on how to open a bottle of bubbly without accidentally poking your eye out! There’s a lot of pressure pent up inside that bottle of Champagne.
Dec 20, 2023
The 5 Best Grocery List Apps Right NowGroceries
We've got ones for families, meal planning, and one-stop shopping.
Dec 30, 2023
Which Foods You Should (and Shouldn’t) Store in Your Fridge’s Crisper DrawersKitchen
Plus, 30 foods you should always — and never — put there.
Dec 27, 2023
Ina Garten Swears by This One-Ingredient Dessert HackSkills
Find it in the freezer aisle.
Dec 27, 2023
5 Ways to Fix a Dishwasher That Won’t Drain, According to a PlumberKitchen
You'll be an unclogging pro in no time!
Dec 24, 2023
The Ultimate Grocery List, According to 4 Meal Prep ExpertsGroceries
Canned staples! Long-lasting produce! And, yes, rotisserie chicken!
Dec 24, 2023
49 Leftover Ham Recipes That Are Even Better Than the Holiday MealRecipes
Start with the tater tot hotdish.
Dec 3, 2023
We Tried 6 Ways to Hack Pillsbury Cinnamon RollsSkills
They truly blew us away.
Dec 23, 2023
5 Popular Types of Cocktail Glasses You Should Know AboutTools
Mixology made easy.
Dec 22, 2023
My 4-Ingredient Christmas Toffee Is Always a Hit at Holiday PartiesSkills
It uses the most surprising pantry snack.
Dec 22, 2023
The Most Useful Things I Learned in Culinary SchoolSkills
The time and money of culinary school isn't worth it for everyone, but there are certain things that anyone can put into practice at home.
Dec 21, 2023
I Tried the Viral "Two-Minute Rule" to Tackle My Huge To-Do ListPeople
Because you can do basically anything for two minutes!
Dec 21, 2023
How To Reheat Dinner Rolls So They're Warm and FluffySkills
You know the joy of tearing apart a dinner roll to have tufts of steam pour out of it, because it’s still warm from the oven? You can enjoy that same feeling every day until the rolls run out with three simple methods for reheating leftover dinner rolls, whether they’re store-bought or homemade. Our favorite rule for reheating leftovers applies here (reheat the food in the way it was prepared), so into the oven your rolls should go for reheating.
Dec 18, 2023
The Perfect Way to Melt Chocolate In the MicrowaveSkills
Adding a touch of melted chocolate to cookies, strawberries, pretzels, or marshmallows is an easy to way to elevate your favorite sweet (or salty) treat. While you can melt chocolate in a double boiler on the stovetop or over direct heat in a saucepan, the quickest and, in my opinion, easiest way is to melt chocolate in the microwave. If you need chocolate for dipping holiday cookies, coating truffles, or adorning berries, this is a foolproof method for melting chocolate in the microwave.
Dec 18, 2023
My Little 5-Minute Nightly Ritual Makes a Huge Difference in the KitchenKitchen
Just a few minutes can make a big difference.
Dec 19, 2023
The $2 Stainless Steel Cleaning Trick Hiding in Your PantryKitchen
I had to try the viral hack myself, and it blew me away.
Dec 16, 2023
This "Christmas Tree Charcuterie Board" Will Make You Holiday Party MVPSkills
O charcuterie tree, O charcuterie tree!
Dec 15, 2023
This Clever Cookie Hack Makes Christmas Baking 100 Times EasierSkills
You don't even have to roll dough!
Dec 15, 2023
We Tried 6 Ways of Storing Christmas Cookies, and the Winner Was ClearSkills
It was like they were fresh out of the oven!
Dec 14, 2023
What Does a Gram of Sugar, Salt, or Fat Really Look Like?Skills
I always check nutrition labels when I’m at the grocery store and use them to help pick the best option among the variety of pre-packaged foods I purchase. I check sugar, salt, and fat contents, but to me all those numbers (measured in grams) are an abstract relative. What does a gram of sugar—or salt, or fat—really look like?
Dec 14, 2023
The Easiest Way to Decorate Cookies with IcingRecipes
Get set for your cookie party.
Dec 13, 2023
You've Been Breading Chicken WrongSkills
It’s time to drop the three-part setup.
Dec 12, 2023
9 Ways to Make Your Kitchen Look Less Cluttered (and More Stylish)Kitchen
It doesn’t just look good — it’s good for productivity, too.
Dec 11, 2023
How to Cut Any Meat Across the GrainSkills
You’ve probably read in recipes and heard again and again that you should slice steak and other cuts of meat against grain. But what exactly is “the grain,” and why is it so important to slice against it? Oh, and how do you even know what it looks like?The grain refers to the direction that the muscle fibers are aligned, and it is important to cut against it so that your meat is easier to chew.
Dec 8, 2023
The Surprising Ingredient That Makes Latkes Way CrispierSkills
Nope, it’s not in the baking aisle.
Dec 8, 2023
I Tried “Cheater Focaccia” Using This Frozen Shortcut, and It’s Honestly IncredibleSkills
Kneading or rising? Never heard of them.
Dec 7, 2023
This 2-Ingredient Cookie Dough "Dump" Dessert Is So BrilliantSkills
Like a dump cake, but even easier.
Dec 6, 2023
What Is a Convection Oven, and When (and How) Do You Use It?
Tips from The Kitchn
If you're fortunate enough to have a convection setting on your oven, you may still be scratching your head, wondering how it's different from a regular oven. Here's everything you need to know.
Dec 5, 2023
The Correct Way to Slice BrieSkills
Are you doing it wrong?
Dec 2, 2023
24 Ways to Turn a Bag of Frozen Tortellini into DinnerRecipes
Time to add frozen tortellini to this week's shopping list.
Nov 30, 2023
The Single Best Way to Get Rid of Bad Smells in Your Freezer
Cleaning Tips from The Kitchn
Plus, a few ways to prevent these odors in the first place.
Nov 30, 2023
5 Uses for Half-and-Half (Other than in Your Coffee)Recipes
Try one of these five ways to use up a little or a lot of half-and-half.
Nov 30, 2023
Why Knowing the Temperature of Boiling Water Is Actually So ImportantSkills
Do you know off the top of your head?
Nov 30, 2023
The Best Way to Reheat Prime Rib So It Doesn't Dry OutSkills
You don’t need an excuse to treat yourself, but the holiday season is definitely a great opportunity for special meals. Enter: the prime rib. Although this cut of beef, also called standing rib roast, is available at most butcher shops and even some grocery stores, for many of us it remains an order-out or once-a-year indulgence.
Nov 29, 2023
How to Use Up a Container of YogurtRecipes
It's the transformative ingredient you didn't know you needed.
Nov 29, 2023
13 Ways to Use Up a Gallon of MilkRecipes
Do you ever struggle to use up the milk in your fridge? Sometimes we buy milk for a recipe or a weekend brunch, and then it lingers in the fridge, half-used, with the expiration date barreling down upon our guilty heads. It’s a sad waste to pour sour milk down the drain, and we’re here to tell you that you never need to do that again.
Nov 28, 2023
10 Festive Christmas Table Decoration Ideas to TryKitchen
Plus, the best expert tips on how to make your display shine.
Nov 28, 2023
People Are Just Discovering This Brilliant Use for an Empty Broth CartonKitchen
Before you toss that empty carton, read this!
Nov 27, 2023
We Tried 7 Ways of Storing a Pack of Bacon, and the Winners Outlasted Them All Skills
Don't deal with messy bacon packaging — try this instead.
Nov 27, 2023
A Visual Guide to Soft, Firm, and Stiff Peaks in Egg WhitesSkills
Baking is one place where you don’t have a lot of wiggle room. Read a recipe wrong or try an ingredient substitution, and the results can become very unpredictable. So when a recipe says to “whip to firm peaks,” you know we want to get it right! Here’s a visual guide to help us out. The stages of “peaks” is the same for beating egg whites or making whipped cream. In this guide, we’re using whipped cream.
Nov 17, 2023
What Is Prime Rib?The Most Important Things to KnowSkills
Prime rib is the undisputed king when it comes to a large cut of beef. I remember going to the steakhouse with my family on prime rib night for special occasions and celebrations, savoring every bite of a slice of rosy, juicy meat with some tasty jus. Prime rib isn’t something you can only eat at restaurants, though.
Nov 26, 2023