3 Ingenious Cooking Secrets Straight From an Italian Grandmother

Like many Italian cooks, Laura Vitale learned a lot from her Italian grandmother. Laura grew up spending time in the kitchen, cooked her way to the top, and now hosts Cooking Channel’s Simply Laura and YouTube’s Laura in the Kitchen, where she has more than 2 million subscribers. After speaking about her chili mac and […]

10 Skillet Lasagnas (For When You Don’t Want to Bother With the Casserole)

Lasagna on a weeknight? Sounds like a fat chance with all the parboiling, prep work, layering, and hour of baking involved. When time isn’t on your side but you need that fix of lasagna noodles saturated in tomato sauce and mozzarella cheese, consider these skillet recipes a satisfactory compromise. RelatedYou Need These 23 Lasagna Recipes […]

No Need to Go Out — Make Olive Garden’s Alfredo at Home!

Olive Garden’s Chicken Alfredo is the most popular item at the restaurant, and for obvious reasons – it’s so damn good. And what’s even better than making Olive Garden plans is being able to stay home and eat it anyway. Thanks to this alfredo recipe straight from Olive Garden itself, you can have restaurant-quality pasta […]

The 3 Ingredients Giada De Laurentiis Always Adds to Pasta

A post shared by Giada DeLaurentiis (@giadadelaurentiis) on Apr 1, 2017 at 1:59pm PDT If there’s one person whose pasta advice you should trust, it’s Giada De Laurentiis. So when POPSUGAR chatted with Giada over the phone to discuss her amazing new line of pasta products from Williams Sonoma, we had to get some firsthand […]

Pretend You Are John Legend and Make His Favorite Chicken Recipe From Chrissy Teigen

This brick chicken recipe from Chrissy Tiegen‘s cookbook Cravings will instantly become part of your weekly dinner rotation, as it has for the model/food blogger and her husband, John Legend. Why, you may wonder? For starters, the brick trick does make the chicken skin crisp up to a perfect golden brown. Your maillard reaction (aka […]

21 Secrets From Giada De Laurentiis That’ll Upgrade Your Cooking Game

One of the best ways to get schooled in Italian cooking (or cooking in general) is by watching Giada De Laurentiis. If you’re a longtime fan, you’ve likely tried some of Giada’s best recipes and picked up on some pro tips from the Rome-born guru (including the right way to prounce “spaghetti”). It’s no surprise […]