Spaghetti squash is commonly used as a pasta substitute but it's much more versatile than that, and it's very easy to bake or microwave.
Brown sugar hardens over time as it loses moisture. Soften it by gently warming it and keep it moist by storing it in an airtight container.
Whether you want a chewy salted caramel, a sauce to drizzle over ice cream, or a hard candy to savor, cooking caramel is not that hard.
Artichokes are intimidating looking, but they're actually very easy to cook. Prep them by trimming a few leaves off, then either steam, boil, or bake.
Ina Garten recently revealed she almost changed the name of the Barefoot Contessa store that first launched her cooking career.
Cleaning your air fryer regularly will keep food tasting great and extend its lifespan. Many models have dishwasher safe components.
The "vein" running along the back of the shrimp is actually its digestive tract. It's not harmful to eat, but most cooks prefer to remove it.
Insider's food reporter asked Ina Garten which of her pasta recipes was her favorite. The "Barefoot Contessa" star chose her easy summer garden pasta.
All you need to make a melty, creamy cheese sauce is flour, butter, milk, and your favorite shredded cheese.
"People didn't think I could cook," Snoop Dogg said. "I met up with my boy Gordon and he has taught me a few things."
Using an air fryer is less messy and makes wings with a crunchy exterior. Season with yellow mustard and toss in baking powder for the best results.
Ina Garten's delicious and quick breakfast tacos had some of the fluffiest eggs that I've ever tasted.
Make use of all parts of a carved pumpkin by roasting the seeds. Season them beforehand to make a sweet, spicy, or savory snack.
Caramelizing onions are a simple way to incorporate some texture as well as sweet and savory flavors to a dish.
Make a milkshake at home by hand or using a blender to make for a sweet and creamy treat at any time of day.
You can use the oven, microwave, or stovetop to reheat your leftover steak and still keep it juicy. Sear for a minute on each side for extra texture.
You can freeze avocados, but doing so does change the consistency thus making them best suited for smoothies, dips, and dressings.