No time? Hate grocery shopping? Tiny kitchen? David Spinks, cofounder of the online cooking bootcamp Feast, shares extremely easy, actionable tips to help you work around any roadblock to becoming a better home cook.
self-cleaning plate
Washing up after dinner is so last year. A pair of Swedish designers has just created a self-cleaning plate using special chemicals that repel food. Could this hi-tech dishware make it more appealing to cook at home?
This time of year can be a lot of fun, but it can be all too easy to spend all your savings on gifts, drinks, and parties. This year, use these tips to have the cheapest holiday season yet — and the most fun!
Step away from the potatoes! Eating seasonally during the winter doesn’t have to be boring and vitamin-deficient. Check out our list of the best local cold-weather fruits and veggies.
Even professional cooks make (painful) mistakes in the kitchen. Here’s what we can learn from Giada de Laurentiis’s Thanksgiving knife accident.
Street Art Recipes
How far would you go to express your love for home-cooked meals? A group of German artists is defacing public property to show that a Big Mac isn’t always the best choice.


We're always looking for ways to make our favorite foods healthier without sacrificing flavor. That's why we've compiled a list of our top ingredient swaps, guaranteed to make that next meal a delicious, healthier hit.

Put down the pre-packaged eats! Good, healthy food doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg. Make it from scratch to save a ton of dough (pun intended).

From olive to coconut, here's the scoop on the most nutritious and delicious cooking oils.

Staff Writer Kelly Fitzpatrick takes a personal look into the world of health and fitness in relationships. This week, she talks to Marnina Cowan and Seth Coburn, food bloggers with some big dietary restrictions.

Bottom line: There is no perfect way to cook food to preserve every last nutrient...but there are ways to get close. Here’s a breakdown of the best cooking methods and why they work.

The Mediterranean diet isn’t the only global cuisine worth copying. Here are some healthy eating habits to borrow from countries around the world — and some practices to leave at the border.