4 ingredients. 1 step. No cooking. No churning. Ice cream!
Bill Smith calls it the easiest pie recipe in the world.
Go wild this Fourth of July and ditch the cookbooks.
Life moves fast—your recipes don't have to.
You have the rest of the cold months to work through a world of chicken soups; let's get started.
Let grapes help you plan dinner (and we're talking more than cheese plates).
How to use your entire bunch of cilantro—stems and all—and make 6 summer dinners along the way.
Don't go near that oven: These five no-bake desserts will satisfy your sweet tooth when it's sweltering out.
The secret to lighter (and tangier) whipped cream.
We love these bright pasta dishes so much that we're sharing them again.
Finally! Soft, custardy scrambled eggs for people who don't have the time—or patience—for low-and-slow.
Kristen is gallavanting around on the Genius Recipes cookbook tour, so she's sharing an excerpt (and a new favorite recipe) from the book.
Make a richly flavored lentil soup from nothing (and then tip in sherry, for kicks).
A bran muffin that's somehow both more wholesome and more delicious than the rest. What gives?
The best way to make toast, period. (You won't need a toaster.)
How can you be awarded a doctorate in Bean Studies? First, you must turn a can of white beans into an all-purpose, good-a-million-ways veggie burger.
The one way you probably haven't thought about serving asparagus—and you should.
How to turn 2 ingredients into perfect biscuits in less time than it takes to drink your coffee. Extra genius points: The formula is so simple, you'll probably never need to look it up again.
Take stock of your cheese drawer -- we're showing you how to make macaroni and cheese, without a recipe.
The foolproof chicken recipe that will get you through winter is anything but bland, boring, and sensible.
Why the laziest appetizers are always best, especially the 3-ingredient snack you should serve at your Oscar party.
Name your first collection or try one of these: