Pictured: Sloe Gin Fizz recipe from CHOW Whether you celebrate Easter or not, the sight of Cadbury Creme Eggs and marshmallow Peeps on grocery store shelves is always a welcome sign of spring.
We know that weeknight dinners can be a pain. After a long day at the office, the last thing on our minds is what to have for dinner...until it’s too late.
Pictured: Sardine and Fennel Pasta recipe from Chowhound foodieseattlelady, photo by CHOW Usually canned sardines are thought of as a last resort for when you can’t be bothered to cook, but reconsider.
Original story by CHOW Food Team, updated by Sarah Spigelman Richter Stir frys have come a long way from the brown sauced, crunchy cauliflower and rubbery chicken concoctions of years past.
After what’s quite possibly been the country’s longest winter, verdant, perky spears of asparagus seem like the first true sign of spring.
Pictured: Roasted Rosemary and Lemon Chicken recipe from CHOW America’s love affair with chicken is well known: we (literally) eat bucket loads more of it than any other protein.
Pictured: Mexican Chicken Salad recipe from CHOW Chicken sandwiches are the best sandwiches. Sure, a heaving deli pastrami or intricately layered Italian sub has a time and a place.
Original story by Amy Wisniewski, updated by Susannah Chen There’s a special place in our hearts for the pudding pop, Jell-O’s nostalgic 1980s frozen treat.
Original story by Chow Food Team, updated by Miki Kawasaki You’d think that once our prehistoric ancestors figured out that meat + fire = good, the logistics for cooking a steak would have been soon to follow.
Pictured: Slow Cooker Collard Greens recipe from CHOW Slow cookers have a rep as the carnivore's kitchen appliance–the busy cook's vessel for meaty, long-simmered stews and pot roast-style dishes–but vegetarian recipes fare as well, if not better, in a Crock Pot.
Pictured: French Fries recipe from CHOW There’s no denying it: the fast food french fry is a masterpiece of lightness and crispiness.
Pictured: Slow Cooker Pork Enchilada recipe from CHOW I'm not gonna lie. I'm kind've a snob about slow cookers.
There are times when a sandwich, a meatball, or a pita wrap simply won’t do — those times when nothing can replace the sensation of biting down into a juicy patty enveloped in soft bread buns.
Asparagus is the lazy cook’s best friend. It doesn’t require any fancy tools or loads of prep to get it right.
Although in some parts of the country spring still seems months away, we’re getting close to the start of a new season and it’s a great excuse to make a fresh start.
Pictured: Horseradish Deviled Eggs with Seared Steak and Blue Cheese recipe from CHOWThere’s a reason hard-boiled eggs never go out of style: they’re easy to make, portable, nutritious and satisfying.
Pictured: Melon and Cucumber Salad with Feta, Black Pepper and Mint recipe from CHOW Next to sandwiches, stews, and grain bowls, leafy green salads can feel punishing—a sad stand-in to a satisfying meal, especially when the weather outside calls for comfort.
Pictured: Guinness Gingerbread Cupcakes recipe from CHOW Cupcakes aren’t just tasty desserts. They are therapy in a paper wrapper.
Pictured: White Asparagus Soup with Pistachios recipe from CHOW Spring may be in the air, but don’t put away those pots and ladles just yet.
Original story by Christine Gallary, updated by Colleen Rush If you haven't had a veggie chip epiphany yet, it's tough to describe the curious mix of gluttonous joy and health-food smugness one feels as one power-eats a sheet pan of hot, crackly kale or crispy carrot chips.