Has a coronavirus quarantine emptied your kitchen? These are the best substitutes for butter, eggs, milk, onions, lemon, sugar, flour, broth and more.
Here's the perfect way to use up leftover corned beef.
There are plenty of other Irish drinks for St. Patrick's Day.
To relieve some stress and pass the time, bake these cakes, cookies, loaves and more with your pantry ingredients.
Whether you're stuck at home or you're just too busy to shop, keep these rice dishes handy.
Self-quarantining due to the coronavirus? Make these recipes with bread, rice, pasta, tuna, beans and other common ingredients.
Grilled cheese, pastas and pancakes won our readers' hearts this month.
If you have a sweet tooth like the Senate minority leader's, you're going to want to bookmark this recipe.
Snacking on the keto diet isn't easy, but this dip will take care of that.
Cook up a batch of truffles, caramels and nougat.
One of these football cities is known for barbecue, the other for seafood. Which cuisine will reign supreme?
Put a twist on your Super Bowl appetizers this year with Thai, Indian and Korean flavors.
Veggie-friendly soups, pastas and dinner recipes that can be made in no time, with no meat.
This French classic usually takes at least two days to make, but the Instant Pot and a few shortcuts can speed it up.
Get out some baking soda and your Instant Pot.
From chicken noodle soup to braised pork, find out which dishes professional cooks like to prepare in the popular multicooker.
It's packed with flavor and nutrition, and it's unlike all those other salads you're already tired of eating.
Say goodbye to bowls of cold greens.
A nice bone broth base can help you start your day off on the right foot.
Grilled cheese, buttery cakes and pasta fueled our readers' appetites this year.