It’s 5 o’clock somewhere! And that means someone is scrambling to figure out what to make for dinner. Don't worry, you can totally whip up one of these 30-minute meals before the hangry starts to hit.
Weekly meal planning doesn’t have to be a drag (or a drain on your wallet)! With some smart tips and as little as 30 minutes, you can set yourself up for healthy, satisfying meals all week long. Cookbook author Amanda Haas shares her secrets for pain-free meal planning, budgeting and shopping so you can feel good about your choices and get ahead of your week.
Learning how to make perfect pan-fried chicken legs will change your dinner game forever. Once you know how to create the ideal combination of ultra crispy skin and tender, moist meat, there is no going back.
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.
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.
We've partnered with Bravo and host Billy Harris to showcase the best recipes from the Bluprint library for every occasion. With fall in the air, we’ve got easy, one-pot family meals and comfort food you will love. If it’s game day or you’re looking for the best snacks and appetizers for your holiday party, we've got you covered. And speaking of holidays, check out our favorite recipes for your family feast. First aired on Bravo, these episodes will always be here for you to watch and enjoy. Links to the classes featured (and their recipes) are in the Materials tab of the video player. Just click Watch!