There's nothing more comforting than a steaming bowl of split pea soup on a cold day. Make it fast and easy in the pressure cooker!
It's the time of year when everyone bakes cookies. For some new ideas, check out these favorite recipes from food bloggers.
Some tools become instant kitchen classics, like these rasp-shaped graters from Microplane. How did we ever grate or shred or zest without them?
Take the best parts of a traditional English pub lunch, and pile them on toasted crusty bread for a satisfying lunch or party appetizer.
Make this classic of all classics, risotto alla Milanese, on the stove or in the pressure cooker. It uses just a handful of ingredients: rice, cheese, broth.
Everyone has an opinion about chocolate. What's yours? Do you like, or dislike?
If you've had enough of family-friendly (i.e., non-spicy) Thanksgiving dishes, toss your leftovers with chili paste and soy sauce from your pantry, and create a new, fiery stir-fry.