The Ultimate Frittata Recipe : How To Make The Simple Dish
What is Frittata? A frittata is an Italian specialty consisting of eggs, cheese, meats and vegetables first cooked on the stovetop and then in the oven. The result is something like a very thick omelette. It can be eaten for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner.
How To Mince Garlic
The world of cooking is filled with recurring questions that pop up over and over again. And one of those questions is... what’s the difference between mincing garlic and chopping garlic, anyway? Learn the answer today. 
How To Make Delicious Stuffed Peppers
Stuffed bell peppers are a classic in my household when we’ve had some sort of rice dish the night before and want a simple dinner that will please the masses. With its tomato sauce, delicious ground beef, and scrumptious bell pepper combination you can’t beat this palate-pleasing dish.
Should I Buy A High Quality Kitchen Knife?
If you cook at home often, or at all for that matter, you should definitely consider upgrading the kitchen tools you use. In addition to streamlining your efforts, a good quality kitchen knife will make cooking more enjoyable and actually save you money in the long run. 
Delicious Oven Baked Ribs
For myself, and a lot of people in the world, barbecue pork ribs are the perfect example of a comfort food. Few meals are as satisfying as sweet, spicy, fall-off-the-bone tender oven-baked ribs. It meets all our criteria for comfort food, with its mix of flavors and textures as well as, for many, nostalgic appeal. And crucially, this deliciously wholesome meal is extremely easy to make.
How To Make Delicious Pasta At Home
There is nothing better than slurping up the remains of your grandmother’s homemade pasta recipe. Whether it’s a delicious fettuccine, a scrumptious stuffed pasta, a simple spaghetti, or a seasonal ravioli, a fresh pasta recipe is the best comfort food all year round. 
How To Cut A Pomegranate
Pomegranates are among the healthiest fruits on Earth. They offer anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antiviral properties, as well as the ability to lower blood pressure and improve your cholesterol profile. They also improve memory, boost immunity and help in digestion. 
How To Shuck An Oyster
Discover how to shuck an oyster properly. Even though you need to learn certain tricks for opening oysters, you don’t need to be a professional chef or have crazy knife skills either.
How To Cut A Watermelon
If you want to end up with good watermelon slices, watermelon wedges, watermelon triangles, watermelon cubes, or watermelon sticks, you should take care to use the correct cutting technique.
Delicious Burrito Recipes
Struggling for dinner ideas? This blog is for burrito lovers everywhere and, in particular, to learn some gloriously tasty burrito recipes we’ve compiled just for you.
How to Cook Corn on the Cob in the Oven
Learn a bit about the history of corn, what exactly you need to make the ideal easy oven roasted corn, and let us walk you through the recipe step by step. We’ll also offer up some ways to spice up your corn and variations in case you don’t have the exact ingredients on hand. We’ll cover serving, storage, and answer some questions about the beloved corn on the cob. 
How To Cut A Mango
The mango seed is a flat oblong pit in the center of the fruit. The task is to use your paring or chef knife to cut along the sides of the pit, cutting the mango cheeks from the seed. 
How To Cut A Pineapple
I know. The first time you’re faced with the thick, prickly skin of a pineapple, it’s a bit intimidating. More than a fruit one can easily slice, it more closely resembles some kind of sci-fi space rock. It seems like something one would need special equipment to pierce through, or know some sort of special knife skills to conquer. It’s actually super simple!
How To Cut An Onion Without Crying
If you’ve ever chopped onions (and chances are that you have), it’s very likely that you’ve found yourself welling up with tears. It’s also likely that you’ve already normalized this to the point where you don’t even ask yourself why this even happens in the first place. Well, let’s break it down, and then talk about how you can avoid those tears. 
How To Cut An Avocado
Avocados can present a challenge for those of us who didn’t grow up working with them: cutting and slicing them feels like an intimidating task when you’ve never done it before. There’s so much that could go wrong! But don’t worry: there’s actually nothing to it.
How To Cut Dragon Fruit
Dragon fruit, also known as pitaya, or strawberry pear, is an aesthetically spectacular, tropical fruit with numerous health benefits and a delicious taste. It comes from the dragon fruit tree, which is part of the cactus family. Now that I know what it is, how do I cut it? Find out here.
How To Season A Cast Iron Pan
Use a paper towel to rub your cast iron frying pan with a thin layer of  seasoning oil. Make sure to rub it inside and outside the cooking surface, and on the handle. Use an oil with a high smoke point, like vegetable oil, flax oil, canola oil or grape-seed oil.
10 Whiskey Cocktails You Can Make at Home
Discover a world of whiskey cocktails that you can make from the comfort of your home. The best part of these recipes is that you can really utilize a lot of the same ingredients to make different whiskey cocktail variations.
Perfect Homemade BBQ Sauce Recipe
Whether you’re entertaining guests at your own place, showing up at somebody else’s backyard barbecue, or simply making a meal at home for yourself and your family, making your own barbecue sauce signals that you’re someone who cares about making the experience special.
How To Choose A Cutting Board
A high quality cutting board will be more durable, and maintain a knife’s razor sharp edge. Because it is easy to maintain, you will not have to worry about errand juice or bacteria build-up in cracks along the cutting surface.
How To Choose A Kitchen Apron
Don’t be fooled. Once you start rocking an apron in the kitchen, you’ll wonder how you ever cooked without one.