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Making your own beef jerky is super easy – and way healthier than packaged products. Follow our step-by-step recipe to create a savory, flavorful jerky that's also clean.
This extra-easy cooking technique lets you cook your turkey and stuffing at the same time – and it's so easy, you'll want to make this dish a holiday tradition.
Brush up on these basic cooking techniques, and you’ll have everyone thinking you’re an expert chef.
Quick-cooking cutlets allow you to stretch and wrap lean cuts of meat with succulent flavors and crunchy textures, totally customizable to your tastes.
Oysters are a splurge most often enjoyed in a restaurant, but you can save a ton of money (and impress your guests) by shucking oysters at home.
It wasn’t too long ago that hummus was available only at specialty markets. Now this healthful bean dip is a household name and everyday snack. See how easy it is to make your own clean hummus from scratch!
This 4-step one-pot recipe gives a whole new meaning to curry in a hurry.
Mexican may not be the first thing you think of when you look at your Dutch oven, but it's the perfect vessel for the fall-off-the-bone filling in these Chicken Tingo Tacos.
This Jalapeño Cheddar Cornbread easily transforms into 4 other quick breads, sweet and savory, with some very simple swaps.
Make a bowlful of light and delicious sweet potato dumplings and strut around your kitchen like a pasta-making pro.
In our new "Be a Better Cook" series, the high-and-mighty recipe takes a backseat while you learn new kitchen techniques and no-recipe cooking for effortless improvisation. Grab your apron and get ready to be a more intuitive cook.