Could kitchen shears and some aluminum foil origami eliminate overcooked meat, stingy amounts of undercooked stuffing, and the need for trussing?
Could we find a way to make lackluster pears shine in a holiday salad?
The hearty dressing in this salad is also a perfect
compliment to green beans and cauliflower.
We found a surprising ingredient that allowed us
to replace some of the avocado without
sacrificing taste or texture.
A hot pan and complementary vegetables turn asparagus into a lively side dish.
Bland supermarket button mushrooms shrink and shrivel when sautéed. We wanted more flavor and more mushrooms.
More dessert than side dish, the typical recipe swamps this casserole in sugar, fat, and spices. We wanted to clear the way for the sweet potatoes.
This tangy, spicy dish offers an exotic change of pace from everyday green beans. We set out to overhaul its foreign
ingredient list and simplify a troublesome technique.
A no-fuss recipe that is revolutionizing home baking trades flavor and reliability for ease. Could we improve the bread's bland taste and make it rise high every time?
A surprise ingredient guarantees salads that are lively but not harsh.