If you’re in the D.C. area, these five food apps will help make everything — from weeknight dinners to weekend happy hours, and yes, even ordering booze to your front door — easier.
It’s official. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations has formally declared that 2016 is the “International Year of Pulses.”
If you get stuck inside, keep yourself entertained in the kitchen. Here are 30 comfort food recipes that will get you through the snow.
It’s the slang, shortened term that’s gaining traction as the new name for a long-time staple in vegan diets: nutritional yeast.
Soup is one of the best parts of winter cuisine. It’s also one of the best ways to get the most bang for your buck when you’re cooking.
From sweet desserts to savory stews and satisfying snacks, here are some tasty recipes that will keep you on track in the new year.
Macy’s is recalling 121,000 frying pans from a Martha Stewart Stainless Steel Cookware set because the metal discs that cover rivets on the frying pan can pop off and hit people while they cook.
If you or someone you know has a dairy allergy or sensitivity, you can still milk the baking cabinet for all it’s worth — without so much as a slither of butter.
“The dog ate my homework” isn’t a far-fetched excuse for the students of Ann McCallum.
What was popular on menus in 2015 and what to expect next year: Food trends and favorites from the James Beard Foundation.
Getting kids into the kitchen early and often is one of the best ways to help them grow into healthy, self-sufficient adults. Here are some gift ideas to get them started.
Whether you’re looking to pull something together quickly on a weeknight or have hours to let a flavorful stew simmer, we’ve got you covered. Here are the best chili recipes to keep you warm from the inside all winter long.
This year, make your vegetable dishes as popular as the turkey with these tips, ideas and recipes from a local chef.
They’re high in protein and low in cost. Whether you’re in the mood for sweet or savory, give your next meal a nutritional boost with chickpeas.
Move over, kale. Take a backseat, Brussels sprouts. There’s a new vegetable hitting dinner plates in restaurants and homes across the country. (Recipes)