Want to brush up on your knife skills? Or maybe you're looking for a foolproof basic recipe. From how-to guides to tried-and-true cooking methods, find helpful resources to boost your confidence in the kitchen.
How to Pick an Avocado Like a Pro
Learn how to choose the perfect avocado based on when you're eating it, plus get our favorite recipes.
How to Cut a Pineapple in 3 Easy Steps
Learn how to slice a pineapple into smaller pieces for snacking and more with this step-by-step guide.
How to Cut a Mango in 3 Easy Steps
Learn an easy technique for cutting a mango with our how-to video, then get delicious ideas and ripening tips.
How to Cook: Fried Eggs
Here’s the easiest method for cooking fried eggs just the way you like them, either sunny-side up or over-easy.
How to Cook: Roast Chicken
Our classic roast chicken is simply seasoned with salt and pepper and cooked until until tender and juicy with crisp, golden brown skin.
How to Cook: Quinoa
Our basic quinoa recipe takes just 15 minutes on the stovetop. Plus, find out the perfect quinoa to water ratio, plus how to tell when it’s ready.
How to Cook: Roasted Asparagus
This simple yet elegant side dish pairs well with just about any main dish — chicken, seafood, pork and beef.
How to Cook: Butternut Squash
Cook perfect butternut squash in the oven with this basic recipe. This easy yet tasty side dish is packed with nutrients and pairs with with just about anything.
How to Cook: Beef Pot Roast
Everyone needs a go-to pot roast recipe. Whip up this fabulous one-dish dinner to have when time is short and enjoy the leftovers for days.
How to Cook: Brown Rice
Brown rice is a nutritious whole grain that delivers fiber, protein and selenium. Follow our basic stovetop method to make ultra-fluffy rice, every single time.
How to Cook: Beans
Cooking beans at home is an effortless way to save money, plus they make the perfect base for nutritious meals. Check out our foolproof method.
How to Cook: Croutons
Making croutons at home with no added oil or butter means these crunchy favorites will last longer in your pantry.
How to cook: simple pesto
Toss spoonfuls of this no-cook sauce with hot pasta or steamed vegetables, use it as a spread on sandwiches and wraps, or serve as a dip.