American Pizzas That Aren't From New York or Chicago
Pizza has come a long way since its humble beginnings in Italy to become the dish that so many people know and love today, in a myriad of iterations around the world. In America, New York and Chicago-style reign supreme, but the list doesn’t stop there. Here are other pizzas from around the country that you should try.
Whether you are headed for a road trip, going camping, or just grilling in your backyard - check out these hacks for when the lighter fluid runs out, or all the kindling is wet. You can get that fire going with these unexpected fire-starting household items. Check Chef Michelle Doll's book for more tips and techniques for home cooks.
Hack Your Cookout
If you hate cleaning after cooking, indoors or outdoors - here's a hack for you. The sky is the limit, all you need is a piece of foil, and a dream.
Check Chef Michelle Doll's book for more tips and techniques for home cooks.
How to Pack a Cooler the Right Way
Chef Michelle Doll shares her tips on how to pack a cooler the right way. Check Chef Doll's book for more tips and techniques for home cooks.
5 Popular Fish That Are Ugly
They may look good on the plate, but not so much in the ocean.
5 Hot Dogs With Unusual Proteins
Have you ever tried one of these hot dog variations?
How to Spiral Cut a Hot Dog
Hot dogs may be common summer fare but this simple technique makes the familiar exciting. Try this fun and easy trick next time you're grilling!
5 Pasta Shapes You've Probably Never Seen Before
Give the classics a break (spaghetti, macaroni, lasagna, etc.) and try some fun new shapes.
5 of the Most Bizarre Fruit Hybrids
In search for new flavors, science has developed new specimens by means of cross-pollination. Here are some examples you can try.
5 Pancakes That Are Essentially Dessert For Breakfast
Here are five ways to turn breakfast pancakes into dessert. Read more.
Possibly the most polarizing food at the Thanksgiving table - Her story, in her own words. Read more.
Throwback Foods from 'Stranger Things'
The 1980's was one interesting decade, what does Stranger Things tell us about the food? Read more.
Thanksgiving Must-Have Pies
These delicious pies deserve a place of honor at your Thanksgiving table. Read more.
Turkey Recipes From Traditional to Trippy
Looking for some inspiration to up your turkey game this year? Check out some of our favorite recipes. Read more.
How to Oktoberfest at Home
Tips on how to host your own Munich-style beer festival, from the comfort of your own home.
Stay Weird for National Coffee Day
Weird coffee drinks you didn't know existed. Read more.
Star Trek - Food and Drink
In time for the premiere of Star Trek: Discovery, we look at some of the franchise's famous food and drinks. Read more.
Pumpkin Spice: So Much More Than a Latte
Why are people obsessed with pumpkin spice everything? Read more.
What's in your lunch box?
Lunch boxes through the decades in America (and their contents).
What to Grill Before the Summer Ends
Before the summer is over we look at less-conventional foods to throw on the grill.
Best Food Meme and Emoji Pairings
Collectively we share and express a lot of our emotions and ideas visually on social media. Food plays an important role, as one of the most universal themes. This is a round-up of some of our favorite memes and emojis. Read more.
Ice Cube Hacks
Check out some of our top tips on how to use an ice tray to make life better. It’s the little things, you know? Read more.
Catching up with T.J. Miller
The Silicon Valley actor talks all things food. Read more.
Short History of Frozen Desserts in America
Walk through a timeline of iconic frozen dessert moments in America's history. Read more.
A Menu Worthy of Returning to Twin Peaks
In anticipation of the return of Twin Peaks, we look back at the best food moments from the cult classic. Read more.
What is avocado hand? Here's how to safely cut an avocado. Read more.
Mah-Ze-Dahr: The Universal Language of Baking
Founder and Head Chef of Mah-Ze-Dahr, Umber Ahmad takes us on a trip down memory lane, tracing her baking roots, and her love for world foods and ingredients. Read more.
Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent: Sizzles With Culinary Intrigue
CNN Films presents 'Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent', directed by acclaimed TV producer Lydia Tenaglia (Emmy award-winning series 'Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown' and 'The Mind of a Chef'). The celebrated chef sat down with Chowhound for an exclusive interview to promote the documentary. Read more.
Bill Nye on Food
Our favorite celebrated science geek with a bowtie is back, and he's poking holes in popular thought such as food safety. Bill Nye took time to answer a few questions for Chowhound as his new show, Bill Nye Saves the World, releases today on Netflix. We wanted his takes on collaborating with Food Network's Alton Brown in an episode, molecular gastronomy, and one of the most hot-button food-science issues today — GMOs. Read more.