If you're a fan of Korean food, you've probably encountered gochujang. It's used in the spicy red sauce for bibimbap and is the base of many dipping sauces for meats and veggies. But what exactly is gochujang? Read on to find out.
a freezer door open with an ice cube tray, an ice cream pint, and a plastic container of food popping out
The freezer is our best friend when it comes to food preservation, but sometimes we forget that it can't keep things fresh for eternity. Here are six types of items in your freezer that probably need to be tossed.
There's a lot our refrigerators can do, but keeping our food fresh forever is not one of them. Here are 12 types of items that we oftentimes store a little (or way) too long for our safety.
Aren't yams and sweet potatoes the same thing? Nope. Here's everything you need to know about the difference between the two, and why we've been confusing one for the other.
What makes extra-virgin olive oil so much more special (and pricier) than regular olive oil? Here's what you need to know about the difference between the two, and why you need both in your kitchen. Plus, advice on selecting "good" olive oil from an expert.
When was the last time you cleaned out your pantry? If you're like us, it may be time for an inventory update. We bet there are a lot of items in there that are no good or have expired. To help you get started, here are nine common types of pantry items that you most likely need to take a closer look at and possibly toss.
You bought a turkey, but it's frozen solid! Now what? Don't worry, because we're here to guide you through three different ways to safely thaw a frozen turkey.
How to Keep a Turkey Warm
What's the best way to keep a turkey warm after cooking? We've got all the answers! Plus, we'll go over how to calculate proper cook times.