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How to Cook Bacon While Camping

There are lots of great foods to cook while camping. While you might be accustomed to your typical meal of hot dogs on a stick with a side of s’mores

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How to Make the Most Expensive Steak Sandwich in America

The most expensive sandwich in the country appears deceptively simple: panko-fried beef between two sauce-painted pieces of toasted white bread. That’s it. So, why does it cost $180 (and taste

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How to Grill Pizza

If you’ve never tried it, it’s high time you learned how to grill pizza. It’s probably your best option all year round, but especially in the summer, there’s no reason

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How to Use Your Wok on the Grill For the Best Stir-Fry Ever

Whatever type of grill you have, you likely use it all summer long—not just for steaks and skewers, we hope; grilled watermelon, grilled pizza, and grilled lobster tails are all

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How to Grill Romaine Lettuce

When I think about lettuce, I usually think of salad. And when I think of salad, I don’t usually think about throwing one of those bad boys on the grill. But

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How to Clean Cast Iron

People rave about the benefits of their cast iron skillet: Oh, the heat retention! The stovetop and oven flexibility! The dietary iron! The nonstick surface (after seasoning)! But then there’s

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Nasi Lemak Is the Must-Try Malaysian Dish You’ll Never Stop Craving

If you’ve never had nasi lemak, get ready to fall in love—and learn how to make this fragrant, multi-textured Malaysian meal from Kopitiam chef Kyo Pang, who was a 2019 James

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How to Clean Your Dingy Baking Sheets So They Look Like New Again

Baking sheets are somewhat of a point of contention in my house. You see, I have my nice, big, pristine aluminum baking pans, and if you don’t know how to

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How to Ripen an Avocado

Tomorrow is Cinco de Mayo, which means you probably need some guacamole. Problem: When you zero-in on the avocados at your supermarket, they’re green and rock-hard. By the time your

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How to Make the Best Cacio e Pepe

This is a dish that’s much more than the sum of its parts: spaghetti with pecorino and black pepper.

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How to Make a Butter Lamb for Easter

Lamb for Easter is a time-honored tradition, but we don’t just mean roasted leg of lamb. There’s also the butter lamb traditional to Polish, Russian, and Slovenian Catholic Easter tables,

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Ham 101: Tips and Tricks for How to Cook the Perfect Easter Ham

Making the perfect Easter ham is a yearly challenge that’s not for the faint of heart. It’s so difficult to cook perfectly AND ensure a tasty flavor—forget about trying to

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Make Your Own Peeps and Put the Easter Bunny Out of Business

Our senior video producer, Guillermo Riveros, learned how to make homemade Peeps from chef Michelle Doll at NY Cake, just in time for Easter! It’s surprisingly easy, and these marshmallow

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How Amazon Prime Can Help You Make a Cold Brew That’s Better than Starbucks

If you love cold brew, save yourself some money in the long run and make it at home. You can get all your cold brew coffee supplies on Amazon, too:

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How to Make Perfect Leg of Lamb: Tips and Tricks from Chefs and Chowhounds

Roasted, with a lemon-herb rub.

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Making Matzo Ball Soup for Passover with the Wise Sons Deli Guys

Learn to make perfect matzo ball soup from the duo behind Wise Sons Jewish Delicatessen—we did back in 2014, and we’re bringing the lesson out of the archives just in

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How to Safely Make an Omelette in a Bag

My uncle introduced me to the “omelette in a bag” when I was an impressionable college freshman living in a dorm. A firefighter, he said his firehouse used the recipe

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How to Make a Healthy Easter Basket for Your Kid

Do healthy Easter baskets sound like an oxymoron—or just plain impossible? You want to see your children’s eyes light up when they see their Easter baskets, but you don’t want

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How to Make Edible Easter Baskets

When you were a kid, what was your favorite part about Easter? Dipping hard-boiled eggs in dye? Hunting for plastic Easter eggs full of loose change or jelly beans? Or

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How to Choose a Ham

So you’re serving ham for your holiday dinner (whether Easter, Christmas, or otherwise)—but what kind of ham? It can be confusing, considering the number of options, from old-timey, expensive, and

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How to Make Macarons Like a Pro: Just Follow a Few Easy Tips

In our latest Chow-To episode, our senior video producer, Guillermo Riveros, learned to make French macarons from Jayce Baudry, executive pastry chef at Daniel Boulud’s Épicerie Boulud. Follow along with

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