4 Reasons I Love the Sansaire

See any over-cooked gray meat on this steak? No. You don’t. [Read more…]

Substitute It! Our Guide to Pantry Alternatives

Ever started whipping up a recipe only to discover you didn’t have an item or two on the list? Don’t fret. We have a list of pantry substitutes you can turn to when you haven’t made a trip to the grocery store: [Read more…]

Pastry Power Tools

Don’t make us bake without these five things. [Read more…]

Japanese Man Cooks Mini Food in a Mini Kitchen

We brought you some great miniature food inspired by Paris recently but this next video takes it to a whole new level. [Read more…]

Brining Poultry

Why brine poultry? Injecting your bird with a solution of salt and water will improve texture and cut down on dryness, a common problem when we’re cooking big birds. [Read more…]

9 Easy Ways To Improve Your Cooking

Wondering how to be a better cook? Here’s a list of culinary skills and techniques that will help you take your cooking to the next level. [Read more…]

How To Cook Sous Vide With Only A Ziplock Bag And Boiling Water

Sous vide cooking has always been something best left to the pros, or to the most intrepid of home cooks. But the practice of cooking food sealed in airtight plastic bags [Read more…]

Baking Hack: How To Fill a Pastry Bag and Avoid Cleanup

Filling a pastry bag with icing is one of those tasks that seems simple…until you try to do it. Beginners will find that getting all the icing inside the bag can be difficult but perhaps the biggest challenge of all is clean up. [Read more…]

New Device Cooks for You and Never Burns Food

Walking away from the stove for a few minutes only to find you’ve burned your food is really annoying, which is why two inventors from Seattle have created a device they say will put a stop to the problem. [Read more…]

How to Cook With Lavender so Your Food Doesn’t Taste Like Soap

For me, lavender conjures images of a top-down drive through the south of France. Fields and fields of purple unfold as I coast my hand out the window to catch the fragrant wind. Le sigh. [Read more…]