Ryan Scott & Dylan Dreyer
Master more than 10 tasty one-pot recipes that are simple enough for busy weeknights and special enough for guests. As seen on the TODAY Show's TODAY Food segment!
Finally, a cooking show about real life, where real problems pop up and real mistakes happen. In this Craftsy Original series, at-home cooks Robin Miller and Katie Workman tackle common kitchen conundrums with simple solutions that get dinner on the table amidst a busy schedule — and dish up some laughs along the way.
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Storing pre-cut vegetables can up your cooking game in a big way. With prep already done, you're recipe-ready and can go ham inventing new dishes or rekindling an old kitchen flame. Plus you'll be covered when it comes to snack-time cravings. Veggies are so easy to store in the fridge once they're chopped, and plenty of them freeze well too. Freezing can help you preserve the bounty of seasons past, which is a great excuse to over indulge at your local farmers' market.
You can't go wrong with a steak on the grill — but you can go right with a little help from grill master Al Roker (yes, that Al Roker). To amp up his steaks, Al stuffs them with garlic and slathers them with an herbed butter. Whip them up yourself this weekend, or check out Al's class for more barbecue-ready recipes.