Make globally-inspired stews your family will crave, with guidance from expert instructor and seasoned recipe developer Matthew Card. Get started with a savory Italian pork ragù. Learn how to sauté a traditional soffritto base and braise your ragù for incredibly rich flavor. Next, bring the heat with Mexican chile verde! Create a broiled tomatillo-onion-and-pepper flavor base and serve the finished stew with warm tortillas for rave reviews.
Canning is a fun, simple way to preserve your food and support local farmers. In this beginner’s class, expert Illene Sofranko teaches you the in and outs from tools and materials to finishing and storing. You’ll learn to make pickles, strawberry jam and taqueria carrots step by step.
Learn how easy sous-vide cooking really is! From tender chicken to flavorful vegetables, uncover the secrets to perfectly cooked results, some of which you just won’t get any other way! Chef, cookbook author and two-time “Chopped” champion James Briscione is your guide as you find out how to slow-cook eggs and make rich hollandaise sauce for a brunch worth remembering.
If you’re a fan of homemade pasta but are intimidated by the lengthy process or specialty tools required, these pillowy ricotta, parmesan, and spinach packed gnudi will make you swoon. Celeste’s method using the GoodCook Everyday 10-piece non-stick cookware set is simple to follow and comes together in just minutes, making this a great weeknight meal or even an appetizer.
When I first moved to Madison, Wisconsin, one of the biggest thrills was living within eyeshot of the largest producers-only farmer’s market in the U.S. The Dane County Farmer’s Market is a foodie wonderland, with stalls upon stalls of locally raised goodies encircling the Capitol Square. My now-husband and I would often roll out of bed, zip up coats over our flannel pajamas, and walk still-sleepy to the market to pick up the ingredients for our Saturday night meal.
Storing cut vegetables can streamline your cooking in many ways. After chopping the vegetables, it’s easy to store them in the refrigerator, and these ready-to-go-veggies can make healthy meals and snacks a snap. Many cut vegetables also freeze well, which can help you preserve the bounty of seasons past and simply make your life easier by making your ingredients recipe-ready.
New to air frying? Join award-winning cookbook author Bruce Weinstein as he walks you through everything you need to know. Learn a variety of easy recipes for fried chicken, lamb chops, snacks and even desserts! With Bruce's expert guidance, you can make healthy and delicious air-fried meals, no matter your culinary skill level.
Warm days call for iced coffee. But you don’t have to drop serious cash at the coffee shop every day — all you need to make a batch of cold brew is whole coffee beans, a grinder and some good ole’ fashioned patience. Good to Know: This recipe produces a coffee concentrate, so not only can you make more servings in one batch, but you can also customize the coffee to suit your preferences.
Learn how to grill and enjoy flavorful meals, from salads to sauces and even authentic barbecue. Put together everything you've learned for an amazing summer party menu. Make smoked and grilled appetizers, cedar-plank king salmon and dry-rubbed leg of lamb. Plus, master a few special summer desserts.
Vibrant and healthy meals are a fantastic way to pack a ton of nutrients into your day with just one meal. These dishes are loaded with flavor, packed with protein, and filled with fresh vegetables. These meals are easy for all levels of cooking to make! Perfect for any meal of the day.
The best and fun stuffed peppers for you and your family to enjoy! Enjoy these Halloween themed stuffed peppers all year around. It's easy and delicious. Follow along with our LIVE demo on how to create the Jack-O'-Lantern Stuffed Peppers. You can even download the recipe here- https://go.craftsy.com/A32092/
With its bright color and tart taste, rhubarb is a must-grow veggie for your spring garden. While you may not want to munch on the raw stalks — they’re fairly sour — rhubarb becomes sweeter (and recipe-ready) when cooked. And because it’s so versatile, you can incorporate it into a variety of dishes to satisfy your exact craving.