The Atlantic: Rethink throwing away the core of your next apple. News is that it’s perfectly fine to eat. The Salt: Not just for brewing that morning cup of joe anymore, you can steam, poach and grill with your coffeemaker. A retired photographer in Oregon creates and sends recipes for home-cooked coffeemaker meals to herRead more »
I’ve been on a banana bread kick lately, mainly because I keep finding myself with speckled bunches on my counter. Not wanting to leave the fruit to waste, my kitchen’s output of banana bread has been high. Perhaps I’ve subconsciously been buying too much as an excuse to take out my loaf pan, but soRead more »
I used to be indifferent to football. These days, however, you can find me sporting an Eli Manning jersey and checking stats for my Fantasy team. Perhaps dating a diehard Giants fan and living with two guys has influenced my change of heart. But really, I think it’s the food that won me over. There’sRead more »
I must confess: I’ve never been much of a hot dog person. At a tailgate or poolside, I’ll happily indulge. But when scouring the Internet for new recipes, franks are not usually on my radar. At least, that used to be the case. There has been a lot of buzz around hot dogs during theRead more »
There’s no right or wrong way to learn how to cook. Some people are more logical and some are more visual. For the latter group, traditional cookbooks can be a bit intimidating, which is exactly where Katie Shelly drew her inspiration for her upcoming cookbook, Picture Cook. Katie doesn’t credit herself with particular culinary intuitionRead more »
Join Food Network’s Healthy Eats in discovering the best healthy bloggers around the web. Today we’re talking to Jennifer Vagios.
Food Network recently asked fans on Facebook for their best cooking advice. Many responded with advice from some of our all-star chefs, while others shared top tips learned in the home kitchen. Here are some of the highlights: Marina Muñoz: There are three and they are all from Ina. First, add coffee to enhance chocolate.Read more »
Although I try a variety of recipes and techniques, my baking repertoire is largely reflective of my unyielding craving for chocolate. I appreciate most types of desserts, but my search for the best chocolate chip cookie and most fudgy brownie tends to dominate my kitchen agenda. Come spring, however, my sweet tooth changes. Instead ofRead more »
Join Food Network’s Healthy Eats in discovering the best healthy bloggers around the web. Today we’re talking to Gail Watson of A Stack of Dishes.
Join Food Network’s Healthy Eats in discovering the best healthy bloggers around the web. Today we’re talking to Libby Ilson of The Allergic Kid.