Forget the idea that making jam is a complicated, all-day process. This recipe, taken from The From-Scratch Kitchen, is three-steps easy. Plus it's a prime candidate for fancy variations (Strawberry Pinot Noir? All the yes).
A good stir-fry recipe is the ultimate saucy, spicy cure for a crazy weeknight. Even when you really don't feel like cooking, this fast, flavorful dish is basic enough to crank out in 20 minutes, and it's way better for you than takeout.
When it comes to cooking chicken, you really oughta be braising your bird. Here's why.
Eating healthier doesn't have to be a bore. By making simple substitutions in your baking recipes, you can bump up the nutrition and lower the cholesterol and fat content without sacrificing any flavor at all. This is what they call "having your cake and eating it too," right?
Chef Curtis Stone wants to rock your weeknight world by introducing you to quick recipes that don't skimp on flavor. First up: Parmesan chicken so good you'll want to make it a weekly tradition. Want more? Get it all in our Weeknight Cooking class taught by Curtis and NBC's Dylan Dryer.
Weeknight cooking just got a whole lot easier! Join chef Curtis Stone and NBC TODAY's weather anchor Dylan Dreyer as they share their secrets for making fast, fuss-free meals the whole family will love.
When I first moved to Madison, Wisconsin, one of the biggest thrills was living within eyeshot of the largest producers-only farmers’ market in the United States. The Dane County Farmers’ Market is a foodie wonderland, with stalls upon stalls of locally raised goodies encircling the Capitol Square. My now-husband and I would often roll out of bed, zip up coats over our flannel pajamas, and walk still-sleepy to the market to pick up the ingredients for our Saturday night meal.