Rhubarb is a vegetable harvested in spring and has a tart, bitter taste. Store it wrapped in the fridge or freeze it to use in sweet and savory dishes.
I switched careers and became a pastry cook during the pandemic. Here are some of my favorite hacks for improving a box mix of brownies.
Eloise Head's quick and easy cinnamon rolls don't require any eggs or yeast and need only 5 minutes in the microwave.
Toast pecans in the oven or on the stove to enhance their flavor. Keep them whole in a single layer, watch closely, and let them cool before chopping.
Baking soda and baking powder are both leaveners, but baking soda requires an acid to activate, and baking powder already contains that acid.
The best cinnamon sugar ratio is one part cinnamon to four parts sugar. If you want a stronger combination, up the ratio to one-to-three.
Insider's reporter has been eating baklava during the holidays for as long as she can remember. Here's how to make her family's easy recipe at home.
Insider asked Michelin-starred chefs to share the desserts that they love to make for Christmas dinner and other winter holiday feasts.
The holiday season is full of festive meals at home, and these professional chefs and bakers have plenty of tricks to make cooking and baking easier.
The secret to panettone's signature gooey texture and tangy flavor is an Italian yeast called lievito madre that takes time and patience to master.
Magnolia Bakery has released the recipe for its pastel-pink Carrie Cupcake to Insider in honor of the "Sex and the City" re-launch.
Stewart's five-ingredient chocolate-chip cookies came out gooey and flavorful.
Cream of tartar can stabilize whipped egg whites, prevent cookies from getting too brown, and help make a cake light and fluffy, among many other uses.
After trying 67 recipes from famous chefs like Guy Fieri, Ina Garten, and Alex Guarnaschelli, here are some of the best tips and tricks I picked up.
As "The Great British Baking Show" crowns its latest winner, we take a look at where its former champions are today.
I tested famous recipes from three famous chefs — Dominique Ansel, Alton Brown, and Bobby Flay — to see which would result in the best pumpkin pie.
From forgetting the eggs to mistaking condensed milk for evaporated milk, our reporter found there's a lot of room for error when baking pumpkin pie.
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