Alton Brown recipes are always a good idea, because the Food Network chef knows a thing or two (million) about food. The Cutthroat Kitchen host and longtime TV favorite is known for treating cooking like
[Photographs: Vicky Wasik] Living in New York City puts me in the heart of one of the greatest food capitals on earth—"The City That Never Sleeps" could easily be renamed "The City With Just About Everything
Cheaper, tastier, better: It's time to learn how to make homemade barbecue sauce. A good sauce can save your backyard barbecue from charred yard bird to chicken wings so good, you could charge for 'em.
Are you ready for this, gravy lovers? The best biscuits and gravy are not made from sausage, despite what every diner menu and blog peddling comfort food will tell you. But you, you're in luck: Today the
Avoid these common chicken breast mistakes and pretty soon you'll be the breast around. Err… well, you know. You don't have to lie to us: We know that chicken breasts are in your regular cooking rotation.
Breakfast Week was a real doozy, with enough egg-centric content to make your head spin. Although it has come and gone, breakfast is worth celebrating every day of the year. We here at Eater LA have compiled
Where to rise, shine & dine. They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so don't waste it on soggy cereal, rise and dine like a champ on iconic American (and foreign style) eats instead!
There's a simple magic to French toast: The way the soaked bread puffs in the pan, the toast crisping to a rich, golden brown in the hot fat. You can top your French toast with a sprinkling of powdered
General wisdom says to not fill up on bread before a meal, but I think the rules can be stretched a bit around the holidays, especially when that bread is a fresh Parker House roll. Parker House rolls