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How to Cook Pumpkin
Get 3 ideas for how to cook pumpkin, including pumpkin seeds, roasted pumpkin and pumpkin pie filling. Pumpkin has...
Fronds You Can Eat
Find out which fronds you can eat to save money on produce and cut down on food waste. Don’t toss your tops! When...
Buyer's Guide to Natural Sweeteners
Learn which sweeteners are the healthiest and learn how to use different sweeteners in baking. Confused in the...
The Best Sweeteners for Baking
Find out which natural sweetener you should choose for baking the best chocolate chip cookies. When you bake more...
5 Easy Tips for How to Grill Fish Perfectly
Pictured Recipe: Plank-Grilled Sweet Soy Salmon
A Week of 5-Ingredient Dinners for Less Than $50
Get a week's worth of budget-friendly, 5-ingredient weeknight meals (plus, get a shopping list!) I want to be...
10 Cooking Tips to Make Your Favorite Foods Healthier
Learn the EatingWell Test Kitchen's 10 best cooking tips for making healthier homemade meals. Step inside the...
How to Make Pie Crust Healthier
“How do I make a healthier pie crust?” is a frequent question from readers. The flaky crust wrapped around our Peach-...
How to Roll Sushi
Learn how to make your own sushi wrapper with our easy steps for rolling sushi and technique for making hand rolls...
How to Make Sushi: Prepping Fruits and Vegetables for Sushi
Slice: Cut fruits and veggies into long narrow strips. Serve tender fruits, vegetables and herbs raw. Blanch: Drop hard...
How to Host a Sushi Party
Find out what sushi tools and sushi ingredients you'll need need to throw a delicious and healthy sushi dinner....
How to Remove Corn on the Cob Kernels
Stand an ear on its stem end and slice the kernels off with a sharp knife. To extract the corn “milk” and get more...
The Best Cheap Cuts of Meat
Pictured Recipe: Sweet-&-Sour Chicken Drumsticks
Is It Done Yet? How to Tell When Your Meat Is Cooked
Learn 4 ways to really know if you meat is done without cutting it open. Even though I’ve cooked meat on the grill...
Edible Flowers Guide
Flowers are poetic, sentimental, romantic and ephemeral. And some of them taste good too. Azure-blue sage blossoms...
Basics of Food Safety
When you cook at home it’s important to keep food safety in mind. The basic idea is to keep foods at the right...
Chicken Buyer’s Guide
In an impressive statistic, reports say that the average American buys 85 pounds of chicken a year . And with good...
Pork Buyer’s Guide
Pork is an excellent source of many nutrients, including thiamin, niacin and riboflavin and vitamin B6, and a good...
Beef Buyer’s Guide
If you love beef there are plenty of good reasons to keep it in your diet. Just be choosy about the cuts you buy—some...
5 Tips for How to Cook Grilled Vegetables Perfectly
Use these tips to cook delicious grilled vegetables. Move over, meat: it’s time to grill some vegetables....
How to Make Macaroni Salad Healthier
Pictured Recipe: Macaroni Salad
5 Ways to Stop Wasting Food & Start Saving Money on Food
Learn how to save money on groceries and how to reduce food waste. The average American wastes more than 200 pounds...
How to Make Sushi: Maki Rolls
Pictured Recipe: Teriyaki-Mussel Maki Rolls
4 Moldy Foods You Can Eat and 8 You Should Toss
Find out which moldy foods you can eat and which foods to discard. When a food in my kitchen appears to have passed...
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