Better-Than-Pillsbury Homemade Cinnamon Rolls

Cinnamon rolls are a prized breakfast possession in America, yet few families will attempt to make them from home. It’s understandable why. Who wants to wake up before the crack of dawn to let dough rise for several hours? Ahem, well maybe me, but I’m in the vast minority. Luckily, I’ve included instructions to prep […]

How to Make Your Morning Oatmeal Taste Like Cookies — No, Seriously

My younger sister, a vegan, gluten-free home cook extraordinaire, introduced me to this microwaveable oatmeal recipe, which I like to call “microwaveable oatmeal cookie,” because the texture and taste is like a batch fresh out of the oven. The first time I watched her make this recipe, I couldn’t conceal my bafflement – why is […]

A Vegan Pumpkin Chili That’s NSFW

Have you heard of Thug Kitchen? This vegan food blog became viral for mixing salivating shots of hearty fare stamped with captions containing lots and lots of cuss words. The photo for a grapefruit hot toddy reads, “Tis the season motherf*cker.” Gingerbread bites beg you to “bake a batch of these sons of b*tches.” And […]

Try Ree Drummond’s Easy Work Sandwich That You Can Prep the Night Before

A post shared by Ree Drummond – Pioneer Woman (@thepioneerwoman) on Aug 2, 2017 at 8:50am PDT Ree Drummond fixed up a “to-go” grilled veggie sandwich for her Instagram followers and shared the easy technique. She advises, “Grill zucchini, bell pepper, and onion slices, let them cool, spread herbed cream cheese on toasted bread, layer […]

A Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Sesame-Ginger Soba Noodle Salad

Say hello to my go-to dish for feeding a crowd: sesame-ginger soba noodle salad. Vibrantly flavored, full of crisp vegetables, and best served at room temperature, this noodle dish is perfectly tailored for potlucks and casual dinner parties, and will even shine as leftovers the next day (provided there’s some left). The best part: the […]

Roasted Butternut Squash Is a Basic You’ll Make All Season Long

Butternut squash is incredibly versatile; it lends an autumnal, pumpkin-y flavor to everything from risotto to soup. Unlike the seasonal produce of Summer, many cold-weather vegetables cannot be enjoyed raw. However, once you know the simple steps to roasting butternut squash, you can put it to use in just about anything. The roasted chunks can […]

Tyler Florence’s Perfect Pesto Has a Sneaky Ingredient

If anyone knows California cuisine, it’s chef Tyler Florence. The Food Network host lives in the picturesque county of Marin in Northern California and owns acclaimed restaurant Wayfare Tavern in San Francisco. His roasted beets with kale pesto is a vegetarian side dish that’s just as crowd pleasing as it is colorful, and he provided […]