Classic peanut butter is an all-time favorite treat for kids, and the young at heart, too!
Culinary basics should include trying out the Mexican fruit called the tomatillo. It is a versatile little fruit that comes from Mexico. It has a variety of uses but is primarily known for being used in salsa verde. The tomatillo is also known as...
What can you do with extra large zucchini? They're not too tough to cook and eat. They can be saved by baking them with a filling. They are tenderized this way--and delicious!
Neither my father nor my mother reportedly tasted a mushroom in their entire lifetimes. Not ever having them in the house (mushrooms, not parents), I first tasted mushrooms on my first pizza at age 18. They were delicious with the melted cheese. I...
Even good cooks don't know how condiments, herbs, spices, and seasonings are different. Do you know the differences?
Any super market or even simple grocery shops has a significant space allocated for Pasta. The pasta counters are full of different types of pasta which looks similar with different names given.
What is the strangest fruit you have ever seen? If you thought that a custard apple or a mangosteen is weird, they are nowhere near to some of the weirdest looking fruits you will see below. One glance at some of these fruits and you may never want...
Both honey and agave nectar are natural sweeteners to be preferred over refined white sugar, but how do they stack up in the kitchen?
If you've ever had a watermelon explode, you know it's a messy business. But why did your watermelon explode?
Drying herbs is an easy way to preserve your garden's harvest year round. It's also a very inexpensive way to get dried herbs for very little cost. I dry my herbs in a dehydrator but there are several methods. See how easy it is to dry your own dill weed in the dehydrator.