When it comes to getting your grill on in a healthier way, lean cuts of meat and seafood are the way to go. However, you want to give them a boost of flavor and some tenderizing before you let them hit the flames. Marinades are super easy to make and do wonders with making all your grilled goodies taste tastier. Before you let your meats and seafood hit the flames this grill season, make sure to give them a boost of flavor and some tenderizing love. Marinades are super easy to make and do wonders with making all your grilled goodies taste tastier.
Fondue pots inspire images of groovy 70's soirées and heavenly, yet super heavy, meals of bread chunks dunked in melted cheese. Today they're mainly used as the occasional novelty party dish, which is too bad. When you know how to use it right, your fondue pot can be a great tool for every day fun, too.
Greek yogurt is an ingredient that's so flexible and multi-purpose, it's on my list of staples that I always keep on hand. It's rich, creamy and filling with a decently long shelf life, plus Greek yogurt has a seemingly infinite number of ways you can use it in recipes or on its own as a satisfying snack or light breakfast.
You deserve a better dinner so I want to share some tips about what to keep stocked in your fridge and pantry so you can pull together an amazing, healthy and happy meal in a snap, without worrying about wasting money on food that doesn’t get used.
If you can boil water, it'll be a breeze to can your own food. It's really that simple. Follow grandma's lead and put up your sauces, pickles and preserves so you can enjoy your summer fruit and veggie bounty well into the winter and beyond.
For decades busy moms have turned to their beloved slow cookers for a dependable, easy way to make hearty meals for their families. These handy-dandy kitchen tools are a no-brainer when it comes to one-pot wonders, but that's not all they're good for.
How much energy do you put into deciding what to feed your family for dinner every night? “What’s for dinner?” is a question that can be daunting to even the most devout home chefs.
In this video, I share a great tip about using citrus in surprising ways to really round out the flavors of your dishes.
Over the years, one of the touchier challenges I've had as a personal chef and recipe developer (as well as mom to my own two little girls) has been finding a way to make veggies appealing to occasionally-choosy eaters.
It's just as easy to keep fresh garlic as it is that pre-packaged stuff, and the flavor is SO much better. Check out this video for tips on how to dump the jar and use fresh garlic in your cooking.