Christopher Kimball searches the world for bold, simple recipes, and tests them for home cooks everywhere. He joins today’s Federalist Radio.
Sharing your fresh bread with friends and family—this thing you made especially for them and for you to enjoy together—is about as gratifyingly communal as it gets.
It’s almost 4th of July. What better way to celebrate than to taste a bunch of hot dogs and confirm every preconceived notion anyone outside your immediate circle has about you?
After impulse-buying the machine to cook rice, I joined a Facebook group for Instant Pot users and soon learned I could do crazy stuff like make cheesecake and cook frozen chicken.
In his cookbook ‘The Family Meal,’ world-renowned chef Ferran Adrià details many of the private meals he made for his staff before they began service.
Per-person costs can range from $9.95 to $15.99 per meal, so it’s to your advantage to get the most out of your meal kit.
Gardening, composting, cooking from scratch: these are old-fashioned habits of a bygone generation. But they’re growing popular again—for good reason.
Whether you’re a celebrity chef or just a normal everyday American who likes to cook, the most important tool you can have is a good knife.
I have learned to take some shortcuts that save time and clean-up, but do not alter the ‘wow’ factor. Here are six of my go-to options.
Feminists often make the mistake of equating domesticity with servitude. But if women enjoy cooking for their families, they shouldn’t abandon the kitchen.
Help! There’s a French man trapped inside my husband’s body!
A freezer full of wild game and fish will not only save you loads of cash, but wild game is truly some of the healthiest meat you can consume.
Kimball shares his the best tips for the grill, and why American’s have drastically changed the way we think about food.
The unexpected rise of Donald Trump has me feeling a fun mix of confused and irritable. In response, I have spent a lot of time in the kitchen.
Behold: 2015’s best gadgets in coffee, cooking, audio, and gaming, inside three price ranges.
If you want to know what real mayonnaise tastes like, you have to exercise the conservative virtues of self-reliance and individual initiative.
J. Kenji Lopez-Alt has written the most significant cookbook since Julia Child’s ‘Mastering the Art of French Cooking.’
It’s time to bring home economics back to schools and colleges.
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