Morgan Murphy, author of 'Southern Living Bourbon & Bacon' serves up the facts on how the best bacon is cured.
The Best Way to Cook Bacon
Say no to nuking. This method produces perfectly crunchy slices and delicious bacon drippings worth their weight in gold.
The Secret to Preserving Bacon
Southerners love preserving family heirlooms, traditions, and... bacon. Morgan Murphy, author of 'Southern Living Bourbon & Bacon' gives you the scoop.
Chef Ben Pollinger's Tips How to Clean a Lobster
Oceana's executive chef Ben Pollinger, shows you how to properly crack lobster, from his new book 'School of Fish'.
The Trick to Perfectly Scrambled Eggs
Do your scrambled eggs come out dry and crumbly? Here's the secret to perfectly scrambled eggs with large, soft curds. All it takes is three ingredients and a few simple steps and you’ll be serving them for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Chef Pedro Rodriguez Demonstrates His Knife Skills
Chef Pedro Rodriguez of the New York City Rescue Mission shares his top cutting tips.
Things You Didn't Know You Could Do With Ramen
Ever wondered what you can do with instant ramen? Basically, anything. Here are some great ways to use ramen in a variety of recipes.
How to Prepare Back Strap Steak
How to prepare a back strap steak.
How to Use the Bradley Smokey System
Learn how to use the Bradley Smokey System with this easy tutorial.
How to Bake Perfectly Round Cookies
Do your icebox cookies come out with flat sides rather than perfectly round ones? Here are a few tricks that are guaranteed to solve this kitchen conundrum.
Everything You Need to Know About Squash
Here's a handy Web video guide to choosing and using squash.
Fall Greens Guide: Kale, Swiss Chard and Broccoli
Chef Alex shares tips for buying and cooking fall greens and crucifers.
Fall Fruit Guide: Pears and Apples
Alex Guarnaschelli shares tips for buying and cooking fall fruit.
Fall Squash Guide: Butternut, Acorn, Spaghetti and Kabocha
Alex Guarnaschelli shares tips for buying and cooking fall squash.
Canning Tomatoes 101
'Home and Family' co-host Cristina Ferrare shares some simple steps for canning tomatoes. Cristina starts with vine ripe fresh tomatoes and shows step-by-step how to properly can and preserve their fresh flavor for months to come. She also shares some great tips to make canning a much less intimidating process.
How to Make a Cider Glaze for Pork
Apple cider and apple cider vinegar combine perfectly with pork dishes. Reduce to a syrup and brush directly onto pork for a sweet and succulent meat dish.
Preserving Herbs in 3 Ways
We’ve all bought big, beautiful bunches of herbs at the farmers' market over the weekend, envisioning the great meals we’d create in the coming week. But by the time Tuesday rolls around, those bright green leaves have taken a turn for the worse. Here are three very different money-saving tips for preserving those herbs.
How to Cook Pasta in 60 Seconds
Have your pasta ready to serve in just 60 seconds. This simple pasta cooking tip will amaze you.
Using Enameled Cast Iron in a Variety of Ways
Martha Stewart demonstrates how to make bread and mini donuts all in one, cast iron pot.
How to Roast Perfectly Crisp Vegetables
If you love roasted vegetables, especially crispy potatoes, you’ll really appreciate this innovative solution to cutting down on roasting time while preventing them from ending up soggy on one side.
3 Ways to Grill Without a Grill
Miss the crispy, charred-goodness of grilled food, but don't think you have the right equipment? Think again.
Is It Safe to Cook Chicken in a Slow-Cooker?
Concerned about the safety of cooking chicken in a slow-cooker? Marge Perry lays your reservations to rest in this episode of Ask the Expert!
How to Shuck and Cut Corn
Washington Post Food and Travel Editor Joe Yonan shows you two handy tricks to preparing corn.
Classic Food Decorations From the 1950s
Fanny and John Cradock show some of the ways to serve savouries. A 1957 cooking film from the British Pathe archive.
The Best Way to Eat Corn on the Cob
Dan Pashman finds a better way to eat corn.
How to Cut a Watermelon
Refinery 29 shows you how to cute a watermelon.
How to Cut a Mango
Refinery 29 shows you how to cute a mango.
Emeril's Must-Have Kitchenware
The right cookware is essential to successful cooking, so Emeril shows some brides-to-be the most useful equipment to have in a kitchen. A wok is ideal to make a quick and easy stir-fried, while a cast-iron skillet is perfect to prepare steak fajitas.
3 New Ways to Use Worcestershire Sauce
Most of us only reach for Worcestershire sauce when we're eating a steak. Because of its pungent flavor, a little goes a long way - which means that you probably have some in your pantry right now. Well, here are three inventive ways to use it that you’ve probably never thought about.
Monkey Bread Recipe: 5 Sweet and Savory Ways
Our Food Network Kitchen presents five delicious ways to make Monkey Bread.