Say goodbye to overly processed veggie burgers that look and taste like cardboard! In this lesson, Nicki prepares one of her family's favorite recipes: sweet potato beet burgers with homemade sriracha mayo. Yum!
Grilled steak is a classic summer favorite, and when you're armed with the right techniques, it's much less intimidating than you might think! Find out how to grill a perfect porterhouse steak with a versatile compound butter. After that, Matt teaches you how to grill a basic tri-tip topped with a bold chimichurri sauce.
Behold: The boneless, skinless chicken breast. A completely blank canvas that's at your service to add lean, affordable protein to any meal. An ideal weeknight go-to. But, as perennially popular as chicken breasts are, cooking them perfectly is still a challenge. But not any longer. Tonight's the night you make the perfect baked chicken breast: moist, juicy and ready to blow your mind.
It’s here! Summer is upon us, bringing picnics, barbecues, lazy dinners outside (in between water gun fights) and infinite inspiration with one simple stroll through the farmers' market. Seasonal summer foods are made for lazy cooks. And while I generally love cooking, I’d rather be outside enjoying the sun this time of year than standing at the hot stove creating elaborate meals.
Everything's better at brunch, right?! And while mimosas are the meal's classic go-to, there are times when champagne is a no-go. (Especially when you're with friends who don't drink, mamas-to-be, kids, etc. ... you get it!)
We're all trying to be more ethically and socially conscious in our day-to-days. But I'll be the first to admit that I haven't been as self-aware as I could be when it comes to how much plastic I use on a daily basis.
It's tasty, it's hydrating and it'll send that sweet tooth right back where it came from! As you may have gathered by now, this is our official love letter to watermelon. Sure it's pretty bomb just sliced and chilled, but why stop there? Check out these genius ideas ditch the predictable and put a little more "what?" in your watermelon.
We call this a little mango magic: break out five simple ingredients and your food processor, and make your own frozen yogurt. (Yep, you don't even need an ice cream machine.) This treat's so easy the kids can do most of the work — just help them with the chopping and they'll be on their way.