If you want something done right, find a 2-year-old to do it. OK, so you might want to not include the word "right", but 2-year-olds will definitely do something and that includes this cute little boy making lasagna.
Fourth of July might look a little different this year, but one thing that is going to be able to stay the same is the food. You can eat and cook food even if you don't have a giant get together. What is your favorite thing to barbecue for the holiday weekend?
It may take longer than an instant, but it is possible to make wine in your Instant Pot. If you've got some grape juice in the pantry and the weekend to experiment, this could be the biggest conversation piece at your New Year's Eve party.
There's definitely going to be some great steak cooking this weekend.
Do you think it's best to grill your steak or smoke it? I suppose it's a matter of preference but I'd like to know which you like best.
I've never quite been able to get that criss-cross sear with my smoker...
We had a very interesting discussion on the show this morning. We noticed that in many families (especially those with dual incomes) the husband seems to be picking up some household duties... namely the cooking.
In fact, most of you who called the show said that the husband does MOST of the cooking.
A survey by a cooking website called AsiaFoodRecipe.com found that 58% of women admit their husbands are better cooks than they are, and 52% say he does most of the cooking. The average woman can only cook six meals from memory, one in nine can't cook three without a recipe book, and one in 20 say they have trouble making omelets or hard-boiled eggs...
Brad Weiser swears that you can use your dishwasher to cook and do laundry. I thought he was crazy until I real this. According to yahoo.com your dishwasher is one of the best allies in keeping your kitchen safe from contaminants? The dishwasher sanitizes everything that goes in it, says Bonnie Richmond, senior lecturer in food safety and sanitation at the Hotel School at Cornell University, if
Have you ever had people coming over for dinner and you notice that the ranch dressing you just put on the table is expired? According to a new survey from Reuters, 13% of people admit that at some point, their cooking has given someone FOOD POISONING.