WASHINGTON — Shorter days and colder temperatures only mean one thing: It’s time for chili. Nothing heats up the kitchen and melts away the winter blues like a giant pot of spicy stew. Whether you…
Your stomach is full, and so is the fridge — with all of your Thanksgiving leftovers. If you’re not into reheating the same-old spread, we have some clever ways you can repurpose what’s left of your turkey, stuffing, pie and more.
WASHINGTON — When it comes to cooking for the holidays, we like to pass the mic to the experts for their best tips, tricks, trends and traditions. And Colman Andrews, editorial director of The Daily…
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.
For years, the white florets were relegated to steamer bags in the frozen food aisle. Now, cauliflower is popping up on restaurant menus across the country, and home cooks are subbing it in for everything from pasta to pizza crust.
It’s officially apple season. If you’re inundated with the fruit of fall, here are some sweet and savory recipes that can put your apples — and your stomach — to work. Click on the link in the slides for each recipe.
Seventy-five miles outside the nation’s capital is the Washington region’s apple capital. And with the season in full-swing, now is the time to celebrate all things apple.
It’s peak peach season in D.C., and when it comes to different ways to enjoy the summer fruit, the opportunities are endless. A bit fuzzy on peach recipes? Here are a few ideas to get the culinary juices flowing.
There’s no doubt about it: Ice cream and gelato are tasty, but they’re not the only frozen treats you can enjoy throughout summer. Here are recipes for healthy, fruit-based frozen treats.
Looking for a cooler way to cook? Consider using an appliance you’ve had tucked away since winter.
For most cooks, preparing one version of a recipe is plenty of work, let alone two, three or four recipe variations. But for professional cook Jonathan Bardzik, it’s just another Tuesday night in the test kitchen.
Got a haul from the farmers market over the weekend? Not sure what to do with your full basket of CSA fruits and veggies? Here are 10 tasty recipes to carry you through summer.
In the U.S., 31 percent of food goes to waste every year. But there are small changes you can make in your kitchen to reverse this trend.
Are you hungry for summer? We’ve got a round-up of some of the best recipes to keep you full and festive throughout the season.
If the season’s heat and the humidity are already making you scream, perhaps it’s time to cool off with summer’s favorite sweet treat — ice cream.