We believe that good things happen around the kitchen table and the more you cook, the better and more healthfully you’ll eat—naturally. Our decorating tips, handmade crafts and cooking how-to’s will make your kitchen a happier, brighter and better place to be.
Gameday Recipes: How to Make a Roasted Red Pepper Dip
Looking for a Harbaugh-approved dip for your Super Bowl party? Look no further than this manly concoction of brute strength, machismo and winning spirit.
Easy Pizza Baking Tips From the Pros
Chef Brian visits Bella Nashville Pizzeria to learn a few tips and tricks for making homemade pizza.
Valentine’s Day Recipes: Marbled Red Velvet Cheesecake Brownies
Fancy cheesecake brownies are just a few simple steps away. This recipe is sure to become a favorite of you and your loved ones.
Pink Love Cocktail
Perfect for Valentine’s Day, our cocktail of the month will start off a romantic evening with style.
Sparkling Wine for Valentine’s Day
Our February wine pick of the month will get your night started on an exuberant note.
Wine Under $12: Whiplash Red Wine Blend
Our romantic February wine pick has a garnet color and is great for hearty food pairings.
Gumbo for a Party
Gumbo is a taste, a feeling, a party. Editor Jill Melton lightens up a famous gumbo recipe.
Cranberry Braised Red Cabbage
This rich and savory gemstone-colored side dish is always a crowd favorite! Tangy cranberries and hearty cabbage melt into a mouth-watering marmalade, studded with grated apple and crumbled goat cheese.
Dried Beans: A Cheap Trick
Dried beans do a slow simmer with onions, herbs and stock for meals that are high on taste and low on cost.
Rum and Peach-Tea Grog
Our January cocktail of the month, Grog, is a festive drink to enjoy with friends.
Pinot Noir for January
Our weekend wine pick from Santa Maria Valley that’s tailor-made for winter enjoyment.
Wine Under $12: Pinot Grigio
Our affordable wine pick for January is a bright and lively Pinot Grigio.
Root Vegetables and Norwegian Tradition
Parsnips, rutabagas and carrots—Norway’s abundant roots—get their day in the sun.