So you’ve baked an irresponsible amount of bread, made some regrettable hair decisions, and exhausted your Netflix queue. Our quarantine days may be routine, but they’re anything but normal. If you’re itching to mix up your routine this summer and try some new activities, this list is for you.
It’s an age-old debate in the meat world: what’s the difference between Ribeye vs. New York Strip? Now we’re not talking about a ribeye vs. prime rib, that’s a whole different topic. At first glance, a New York Strip and Ribeye steak look pretty similar, but upon closer inspection, you’ll notice a ribeye has more ...
If you’re keen on limiting your reliance plastic wrap, this DIY project is the perfect place to start. Today we’re showing you how to make your very own food wraps from vegan materials—and they’ll last you an entire year. You can use them to wrap blocks of cheese, sandwiches, fruit, or cookies to go.
Few tools are as important in the kitchen as a good knife. Without one, chopping, slicing, and julienning ingredients would be virtually impossible. Equally important is keeping your knife sharp—use a dull blade and you’ll end up with nothing but bruised herbs and mangled meat on your cutting board. Read on to find out how ...
Steak for dinner? You might need to get a little more specific. Today we’re breaking down two of the most popular cuts—flank steak and skirt steak. They’re often used interchangeably in recipes, but there are a few key differences. Keep reading, and you’ll be ready to fire up the grill in no time.
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so don’t make it an afterthought! We’ve cooked up a range of options—from smoothies to eggs—to make your morning mealtime ecasy, healthy, and something so good that it might even entice you to get out of bed.
Switch back and forth between burners to pump up the positive vibes in your kitchen.
When smoothies last infiltrated popular culture in the early 2000s, they looked a whole lot different. Popular chains used sherbet and frozen yogurt in most of their drinks—some topped out at more than 100 grams of sugar per serving.
There’s one little thing that can help keep brown sugar soft—a single marshmallow.
To restore the bubbles to that bubbly, all you need is that box of raisins.
I grew up begrudgingly hand-washing the dishes. Using the dishwasher was strictly forbidden. “It’s a waste of water,” mom swore. She used it to store pots, pans, and tupperware to make sure it never served its true purpose.
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