Category: Food and drink

Delicious Red Sauce Made In The Instant Pot

Tomato sauce in a glass jar. Grey background.
A chef is only as good as their red sauce. With that being said... how's yours? If it needs a little work, or if you find yourself slaving over a pot for far too long, it might be worth your time to check out a new recipe. Creamy, rich, and... [read more]

Food Trends To Try In 2021

A breakfast bagel with bacon, egg and cheese.
At this point in 2021, you're probably up to date on all of the year's biggest trends. You're wearing the latest styles, using the latest apps, decorating your home with the latest decor, but are you eating the latest foods? Yes, food trends are at an all-time high, and there... [read more]

Fun Fact: Salt Drastically Affects Your Food!

a home cook sprinkling salt over a pan of vegetables
Salt is such an essential and commonplace ingredient that we often take its role in cooking for granted, but paying attention to its varieties, nuances in flavor, and taste-altering properties can help you make even the most ordinary meals extraordinary.  Consider these details to enhance your cooking with a pinch... [read more]

Bring Takeout To Your Table Without Leaving

Fried Rice with shrimp and roast pork in a wok.
If you’ve been craving Japanese takeout, you don’t have to call out for dinner. You can recreate all those fantastic flavors in your own kitchen! Try out these easy Japanese recipes, then set your table with these starters and sides: Miso Soup For starters, try out a popular appetizer like miso soup.... [read more]

Oreo Pops – An Easy Dessert To Make With The Kids

Father and daughter cooking together
This season, there's probably a lot going on in your kitchen. And if you have curious kids who want to be a part of the action, you might find yourself dodging small people underfoot as you tackle your holiday baking. It's not an easy juggling routine. Instead of sending them... [read more]

4 Meatless Monday Meals To Try

Starting your week off with Meatless Monday can help you and your family eat more fruits, vegetables, and plant-based meals throughout the week. Regardless of your dietary preferences or restrictions, vegetarian meals are delicious, nutritious, and worth giving a try. The biggest challenge when changing a meal routine is finding... [read more]

Sweet & Scary DIY Candy Recipes Your Kids Will Love

Young woman making Halloween cookies
What’s Halloween without a sugar rush? This year, skip the prepackaged store-bought candy and try something more fun and hands-on. Gather your kids, hit the kitchen, and let everyone help turn out some of these whimsical treats that will become a new Halloween tradition! Cauldron Cake Pops Cauldron Cake Pops make for... [read more]

Try Something New With These Banana Pudding Recipes

Sweet Homemade Banana Pudding
Banana pudding could be considered one of the best recipes the South has ever come up with, without a doubt. This relatively simple, layered, sweet concoction has been around for decades, and throughout the years it has taken on countless variations. That’s why our friends over at Southern Living have... [read more]

Food Trends You Will Want To Keep Up With

Pet labrador dog celebrating birthday at home
It can be said that food trends have been a part of our culture from the beginning of time. From Poke bowls to quinoa, these trends can pop up out of nowhere, and remain a staple for years depending on their deliciousness. Now with a recent shift toward plant-based foods... [read more]

Seasonal Recipes To Try At Home

Homemade baked apricot tart on wooden cutting board
You’ve spent so much time at home, and maybe you’ve found a new appreciation for cooking. Maybe you are looking to add more dishes to your repertoire. We found these recipes from Delicious Magazine that are perfect for any dinner. Charred Corn and Chicken Tacos No matter if you have a grill... [read more]