By Alana Sugar, September 24, 2012
Replace some or all of the liquid in your recipes with your favorite brew. Try these creative ways to celebrate Oktoberfest in your kitchen.
By Allison Burch, September 20, 2012
At Oktoberfest in Munich, they generally serve more than ten million pints of beer and close to a million sausages. Of course, they have a reputation to uphold as the birthplace of Oktoberfest back in 1810, celebrating the wedding of Crown Prince Luitpold I and Princess Theressa of Bavaria. It strikes me a little odd that we are still celebrating that union today. But, of course, it may be that we are really celebrating the perfect union of wurst (sausage) and brew (beer) instead!
By Megan Myers, September 19, 2012
The official start of fall is just days away, but I’ve been in a fall-cooking mindset since Labor Day. For me that doesn’t just mean cool-weather produce like apples, butternut squash and Brussels sprouts – it means hearty meals that don’t require a lot of post-dinner cleanup. As we creep toward winter, I know I’d rather spend extra time soaking up the remaining sun than doing a mountain of dishes!
That’s why I turn to one-pot meals like spicy chili, simmered soups and fast frittatas to get dinner on the table.
By Theo Weening, September 18, 2012
Our butchers are a cut above the rest, and we just crowned the king.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, September 17, 2012
We’ve got great recipes for mac and cheese online, but when it came to one super simple method for making everybody's favorite comfort food this recipe elbowed its way to the top.
By Alana Sugar, September 17, 2012
Whether you buy ready-made or try one of our simple from-scratch recipes, applesauce is perfect for escalating your standard breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert fare.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, September 15, 2012
A slow cooker is a busy home cook’s BFF; although time may be scarce, plentiful meals don’t have to be.
By Christine O'Connor, September 14, 2012
Who says healthy snacks can’t be fun? Learn how team member and mom Christine treats her family to fruit and vegetable scones shaped as boats.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, September 13, 2012
Soup and stews and stuffings…oh my! Although soups, stews and yes, stuffings are top of mind when it comes to recipes that use broth, there are several more delicious dishes that rely on its rich flavor too.
By Chad Sarno, September 13, 2012
As the heat of summer slowly subsides, the autumn change of weather begins to offer those amazing crisp mornings, and colder nights.