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The Best Crock Pot Hot Wings for Every Occasion

These Crock Pot wings are about to become your new favorite party food, and are a sure bet for the big game. We love chicken wings any which way: baked

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5 Tricks to Make Canned Chili Taste Homemade

The big game is nearly upon us and a chili that makes people cry (with happiness of course) is on top of mind. Thing is, you’re already making air fryer

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This Easy Crock-Pot Party Mix Is Snack Shangri-La

With the big game coming up, dips and wings are getting all the buzz where snacks are concerned, but don’t discount a good party mix to be the life of

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How to Make Crispy Baked Buffalo Wings for the Big Game

Sometimes the universe is just plain cruel. Exhibit A: the plopping down of one of the great, gluttonous food holidays—football’s biggest night, with its wings and chili and vats of

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How to Make Kombucha at Home

Whether you have no idea what a SCOBY is or are addicted to probiotic powerhouse kombucha, it’s easy—and fun—to brew your own kombucha at home. Here’s a kombucha recipe and

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How to Ripen an Avocado

Need to ripen an avocado? Settle in and wait, because tips, tricks, and hacks don’t really work in this case. A certain big game is fast approaching, which means you

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How to Make the Perfect Homemade Pizza Crust

Homemade pizza is easier than you think. Let Heather Reid of Eat Like a Mother show you the way with her easy yeast pizza crust recipe and simple topping tips.

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Perfect Loaded Potato Skins for an Epic Game Day Spread

The loaded potato skin: Often found at diners and bars, but best served at television-watching events in your own home—the Super Bowl, for instance. Perfect in its classic form (cheese,

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The Basics: How to Make Beef Stew

An easy belly-warmer.

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Usher in the Lunar New Year the Korean Way with a Bowl of Dduk Guk

Lunar New Year—a festival celebrated around the world that ushers in the new year—is often marked by devouring specific foods. In China, slurping noodles symbolizes longevity, and chowing down on

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How to Perfect a Croque Madame, the Comfort Food of France

A criteria for any hangover brunch date, the croque madame is a classic French comfort food with a major twist. We enlisted the help of Chef Gerald Kenny of Le

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How to Make the Ultimate Bagel

It's in the boiling and the malt.

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How to Slice a Holiday Ham

Even though turkey shows up twice on some holiday tables (once at Thanksgiving and again at Christmas dinner), for many, ham gets top billing at yuletide. If that’s what’s on

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How to Open a Bottle of Champagne

The loud pop and the flying cork are not the goals.

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How to Make Edible Cookie Dough That’s Safe to Eat Raw

This edible cookie dough recipe is safe to eat raw, not to mention vegan, gluten-free, and absolutely delicious—plus, you can bake it if you want a conventional batch of cookies.

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How to Soften Brown Sugar

It happens all the time: You peer into your cardboard box of brown sugar and find brown concrete instead. When you tap that solid mass with your measuring spoon, it’s

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How to Clean Silicone Baking Mats

Silicone mats are a boon to baking, but after time, they tend to develop a greasy layer that never wants to come off (one area where parchment paper has a

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How to Prepare a Successful Beef Wellington Layer by Layer

Beef Wellington is many things to many people: a showstopper centerpiece for special occasion dining, a rite of passage for an aspiring chef, the most epic gourmet expression of a

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How to Make Your Favorite Starbucks Drinks at Home

Copycat recipes are beloved for many reasons, including saving you a few bucks. These Starbucks copycat recipes are no exception, and are just what you need right now.

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Ham 101: Tips and Tricks for How to Cook the Perfect Christmas Ham

Making the perfect Christmas ham is a yearly challenge that’s not for the faint of heart. It’s so difficult to cook perfectly AND ensure a tasty flavor—forget about trying to

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How To Make Hot Chocolate From Scratch

‘Tis the season to learn (or re-learn) how to make hot chocolate from scratch—because it is a million times tastier than most powdered mixes. It was the ancient Aztecs who

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