Six Uncommon Condiments – Pantry Extras

Ketchup move over! Here’s six new condiments to consider.

Kitchen Basics – Part 6: Bakeware

There are two basics I think every kitchen needs: a cookie sheet or baking sheet and a baking dish or casserole.

Spring Foods Are Coming

Many fruits and vegetables begin showing up in stores as early as March, depending on where you live.

What’s That Smell?

In addition to taking a regular inventory of the refrigerator contents and making a note of expiration dates, the next best thing is to use your nose.

Grocery Shopping Tips

With most of us having such busy lives, having a plan and some tips can save you a lot of time and a lot of frustration.

More Kitchen Basics

In addition to having something to cook in, you also have to have things to get food into those cooking vessels and move them around.

Recipe: Pesto Chicken Florentine

I ended up making substantial changes to the recipe and I think those are improvements.

Great Balls of Meat

This staple of Italian cuisine has now been elevated to gourmet status by leading chefs.

Kitchen Basics – Part 8: Utensils

There are a number of tools you’ll need to mix, stir, flip, turn and move around food, both while cooking and before.

Is It Still Good?

Okay, bachelors: Here’s a Pop Quiz! You novice cooks can join in, as well. Have you ever ignored those expiration dates on packages? If you answered no, we will likely doubt your veracity. (That means we won’t believe you.) But if you answered yes, congratulations! You are a typical bachelor! Next question. Admit it, you […]