French toast is guaranteed to be a crowd-pleasing breakfast, and there are so many ways to make it in big batches. The next time you're serving a group of friends or family for brunch, make your life by
Microsoft Excel is an amazing piece of software, and even regular users might not be getting as much out of it as they can. Improve your Excel efficiency and proficiency with these basic shortcuts and
With summer nearly here and Fourth of July right around the corner, barbecuing season (or perhaps it's cookout season) is in full swing. Store bought sauce is perfectly serviceable in a pinch, but to the
Ingredients Burger 1 soft hamburger roll, buttered and toasted • 4 ounces freshly ground beef chuck, divided into two 2-ounce balls • Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper • 1 slice good melting
Associate editor Christina Chaey finally learns the secret to the braised short ribs her grandma only makes her once a year. You know those recipes we hold near and dear to our hearts because they really
Knowing your way around the kitchen comes in handy in more ways than one. In addition to being a life skill, cooking a great meal is the ultimate DIY trend of the moment. It’s also a fabulous date idea
Doughnuts don't seem like the obvious at-home baking project, but it's simpler than many cooks imagine. And making cakey old fashioned doughnuts is even easier than making their yeasted and glazed cousins.
Pig Pickin' Cake: The name of this dessert alone confuses most people who weren't born in the South. Is there pork inside of it? Is it savory? Is it meant for pigs? No, no, and no. However, how the cake
Could this Copenhagen-based quintet be the best new band in Denmark? Photo by Gústi Goo In this cluttered field of a contemporary music industry, we're constantly exposed to a massive amount of stuff.
Let's move this party to the living room: Here's how to stock your home bar with the best bottles of sipping neat and mixing. Sure, we love a good cocktail bar. But we've got to be honest: Sometimes, nothing
The Plate While the American colonists drank hard cider like their modern-day counterparts swill Pepsi and Coca-Cola, for some, cider’s relatively mild 4 to 6 percent alcohol concentration just wasn’t