One cheese that is loved by just about everybody is and is irresistible, is Boursin cheese. Rolling it up inside of slices of grilled Japanese eggplant makes a unique appetizer, perfect for your Christmas dinner.
Hosting a holiday party doesn't mean you have to spend all your time in the kitchen. Amy Hanten is the author and blogger behind "The Cooking Mom." She joined us in studio with some quick-and-easy reciepes you can make ahead of your party so you can enjoy your party.
Brining is similar to marinating, but is primarily focused on moistening the meat as opposed to adding flavor. Brining your turkey prior to cooking will help ensure you end up with a deliciously moist and flavor-packed turkey for your next gathering.
2013 is a special year in terms of holidays. For the first time in decades, Thanksgiving and Hanukkah are at the same time. As you get ready to prepare a festive spread, why not put a modern twist on Hanukkah this year?
The March of Dimes helps prevent birth defects, premature birth and infant deaths. November is Prematurity Awareness Month, and on Friday, November 15, 2013, the organization is inviting everyone to its annual Signature Chefs Auction.
Making frozen desserts at home is a lot of fun, and it's a great way to make an inexpensive dessert. The problem is that most of the time you need an ice cream machine, and not a lot of homes have them. So instead, try making a coconut granite!
Pumpkins are of course all around us right now, in part because of Halloween. And on Saturday, October 26, 2013, they're even more in the spotlight: it's National Pumpkin Day! For cooking, it doesn't always have to be just pumpkin pie.
The tens of thousands of runners in the Chicago Marathon know, a good breakfast is important to start your day right. As apples are in season right now, you can make a healthy breakfast that will fuel you up to start your day off strong.