If you have the know-how, rack of lamb can be one of the simplest—and most elegant—holiday dishes you’ll ever make.
A rimmed baking sheet is essential for sheet cakes and handy for cookies. But if yours is flimsy or you use it only for baking, you’re not getting your money’s worth.
Should you sprinkle your pork chop and turkey breast with the same amount of salt? Not if you want them to taste right.
Some shortcuts are worth taking; others can ruin a recipe. Here's why homemade breadcrumbs are worth a little extra time.
For Your Holiday Table
Clever features on new carving boards promise easier carving and serving. But does clever always mean useful?
We take a closer look at the purpose of batters on fried foods. What do they do, and how do they work?
It's Soup Season
Simply adding more broccoli did not generate enough vegetable flavor in this soup, so we threw out the rule book on vegetable cookery.