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.
How to make everyone's favorite humble dinner, with no recipe at all.
It's January, and we're thinking you have vegetables on the mind.
A one-pot technique for the most tender roast chicken, with the most strangely appealing sauce.
A seaweed salad that is just as good -- if not better -- than the one you scarfed down at the airport between flights.
Forget the Swedish and their pancakes. Forget the French and their toast. In the arena of skillet-cooked breakfast goods, the Dutch and their babies reign supreme.
Freeze now, thank yourself later.
The ten Genius Recipes you liked best in 2014. (We liked them too.)
Start 2015 armed with a green smoothie in your travel mug.
Lentil soup will hold your hand as you transition from holiday season to resolution season, and you don't even need a recipe to make it.
Whether you're already a walnut devotee or you're in need of some convincing, you'll be tempted to make these five walnut-centric dishes from Melina Hammer of Licking the Plate.
Melissa Clark -- cookbook author and New York Times columnist -- tells us the five things she always has on hand in her freezer.
Get the best sear on your steak -- here's how.
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