Making your own butter is a breeze with the help of your food processor. Use this simple method to whip up a batch of fresh, rich butter in just about 15 minutes.
Drs. Rx: How to Cut Onions without the Waterworks
The Doctors reveal a simple trick to reduce the sting of cutting onions.
Why Pumpkin Is a Fruit and Not a Vegetable
Learn whether pumpkins are gourds or squash—and why they’re actually a fruit and not a vegetable. Plus, learn about the health benefits.
Drs. Rx: How to Avoid Avocado Hand
The Doctors share some tips on how to cut your avocado without injury.
How to Poach Omelettes in a Baggie
If you’re looking for a quick fix to poaching the perfect omelette, all you need is a freezer bag!
Convection Baking or Regular Baking?
Is convection cooking really better―or is that just hot air?
How Long Will Food Last in the Freezer?
Follow these guidelines to know what is still fresh― and what to toss.
Does Peeling Butternut Squash Make Your Hands Feel Weird? Here’s Why.
Got “squash hands”? Read on to find out why—and how to prevent it.
Dr. Kristi Funk Teaches Travis to Slice a Mango!
Breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk teaches us how to slice a mango.
Learn How To Use Chopsticks
Here are a few quick tips on how to use chopsticks.
How to Make Brown Sugar
If you’ve ever been craving chocolate chip cookies and realize you haven't bought one of the key ingredients, this two-ingredient hack for making your own brown sugar is just what you need!
Vsauce and Sean Evans Test Spicy Food Remedies
With nearly 100 Hot Ones episodes under his belt, Sean Evans only has so many scorching hot chicken wings left in the chamber. Anxious to ease the pain caused by capsaicin—the active component in chile peppers—Sean enlists the help of Michael Stevens, the creator of the wildly popular science channel, Vsauce. Together, Sean and Michael gargle with olive oil and rinse their mouths out with rum, before combating the Last Dab with a special, capsaicin-busting sundae engineered at Vsauce HQ. Find out which antidote stands up to the heat in all new episode of Sean in the Wild.
Why You Should Add Vinegar to Your Chicken Stock
Fall is almost here and that means its the perfect time for making homemade chicken noodle soup. when making your chicken stock you should add a few table spoons of acid like vinegar to your stock. According to The Kitchen, when adding a few tablespoons of acid to your stock will help break down the collagen in chicken bones and tissue, releasing extra gelatin. This causes a broth that gels up in the refrigerator. However, once its warmed you’ll notice the difference.
How to Eat an Apple Properly Without Wasting a Bite
The average person eats an apple from the top to the bottom and wastes 30 percent of it. Food blogger Alejandra Ramos from AlwaysOrderDessert.com showed Inside Edition how to eat the fruit without wasting a bite. And that's just the beginning. She says we're eating tacos, Oreos, kiwis and pistachios wrong, too. She shared her best tips for getting the most out of our food.
Rolling Pin Hack
Does this sound familiar? You’re ready to bake. You’ve got your filling. The pie crust is ready to roll. But wait! There’s no rolling pin! Relax. There’s a hack for that. Here’s how to roll out that dough using a bottle of wine.
Sur La Table Is Selling the Instant Pot for 60 Percent Off Today
With free shipping, too.
How to Meal Prep: Fast and Budget-friendly Tips
ABC Action News went to a local meal prep and nutrition expert to find out how you can feed your family for less than $40.
Adult Meal-prepping with Celebrity Chef Alexia Grant
Learn how to adult meal-prep with celebrity Chef Alexia Grant.
This Is the Best Meal-Kit Service on the Market Right Now
Can the home chef really achieve cooking nirvana from food in a box? And more importantly, is it worth it? To find out, MONEY got cooking this summer.
Tips For Grilling Tasty, Healthy Dishes
Chef Gerard Viverito, Director of Culinary Education for Passionfish, shares tips on how to avoid doing things on the grill that may be unsavory and unhealthy, Jason DeRusha and Kylie Bearse report (3:38). WCCO Mid-Morning – May 29, 2017
Grilling With Your Favorite Beer!
Brad Glynn from Lift Bridge Brewing Co. in Stillwater shares tips on how to incorporate your favorite brew into your grilled dishes, Jason DeRusha and Kylie Bearse report (2:55). WCCO Mid-Morning – May 29, 2017
All the Crazy Gadgets to Enable Your Expensive Avocado Toast Addiction
Here are three avocado gadgets to help you save money.
Do THIS to Heat up Your Food Quicker in the Microwave
Find out the shape you should be arranging your food in the microwave in order to heat it up more effectively.
You've Been Peeling Bananas Wrong Your Whole Life
Here's how the monkeys do it. The monkeys know best.
This Ingenious Skillet Lets You Cook a Whole Meal in One Pan
It seemed too good to be true. Until we tried it.
Do THIS to Keep Your Berries Mold-Free
Find out how you can keep your berries mold-free with a simple wash solution.
5 Top Tips for a Healthy Breakfast
Dr. Hazel from The Food Medic shares her 5 top tips for a healthy breakfast
This Ingenious Tool Takes All of the Hassle Out of Making Salads!
You've got to see how it works.
Do THIS to Spice up Your Meals and Boost Your Metabolism
Find out which spice can add some heat to your meals while also boosting your metabolism.
Do THIS to Make Your Sour Cream and Cottage Cheese Last Longer
One simple trick can help two items in your refrigerator last a lot longer!