Earlier this year Mary Berry announced that she'd gotten rid of her dining room to remodel herself a much larger kitchen, and it sounds like that was a good plan.
I was first introduced to the wonders of bone broth when I experimented with a round of Whole30 last winter.
Don't get me wrong — I love me some Costco, but I don't have one conveniently located near where I live.
It feels like summer in parts of the country today. (It's 74 where I am in New York City!) And although it's going to be cold again tomorrow, now we're super excited for warm weather.
Traditional stovetop bone broth takes a minimum of 24 hours, but ideally more like 48 hours to transform a pot of water, acid, and collagen-rich bones into a deep, golden-brown liquid with a texture like barely set jello.
I have a new internet crush. I love a person who cooks and who loves cats, and almost nobody takes cooking and cat-pampering as seriously as the home cook and cat lover behind the popular Jun's Kitchen YouTube channel.
I'm not very good at making impulse purchases. I'm the person who clogs the aisle at CVS, reading the labels on four brands of calcium chews, before deciding that I need to think about it before dedicating a full 30 days to improving my bone density.
We all have our favorite go-to cookbooks — the ones we just can't live without and seem to check almost as often as we check our Instagram.
You've probably already heard us sing the praises of Kirkland Signature products before. The Costco store brand is good.
When it comes to simple, quick-cooking weeknight meals, salmon fillets always have a place in my regular lineup.
Not only did this kitchen receive a major aesthetic upgrade, but the project also achieved the Holy Grail of renovation dreams.
There are infinite variations on the humble kettle, but we have a strong preference for one kind: the gooseneck kettle.
I love cooking. And what I mean by that is that I love the actual process of cooking. I love the chopping and measuring and stirring and simmering even more than I love eating.
"I swear, you are the only person in America who doesn't know how to eat a taco. You are a statistical impossibility." It was meant to be a funny comment, and I did think it was funny; I laughed and took a bigger-than-usual bite of my taco shell-less turkey meat as if to say, "I eat!
As an introvert, I don't always love having other people in the kitchen with me, but I always love having my pets in the kitchen while I cook.
Dutch ovens can get pretty pricey — especially the ones from iconic brands like Le Creuset and Staub.
The main dish often gets all the attention, but smart cooks know that a successful meal relies mostly on what the side dishes are bringing to the table.
As you may have read, I've struggled with finding a truly functional dustpan and brush combo. Too often the bristles don't pick up all the debris, and dust gets caught under the lip of the dustpan, leaving that frustrating line of dirt behind.
Cabbage soup was once the darling of January dieters, right up until it became their bane. Unlimited anything sounds good at first, but the forced monotony maligned the reputation of innocent soup.
Everyone has a favorite chili recipe. Maybe it's a family recipe or something at your favorite restaurant in town, but we all have one.