At the stovetop or on the grill, cooking is one of our favorite activities. Here you’ll find delicious recipes, recommended cookware, and smart tips and tricks to help you in all your cooking pursuits.

Eat Seasonally in July: Eggplant Recipes

Dark, glossy eggplant starts to appear in the produce sections and at farmers’ markets about this time every summer. It’s a standby ingredient for turning Italian classics into vegetarian meals, like Eggplant Parmigiana and Eggplant Lasagna. Other well-known eggplant recipes include baba ganoush, ratatouille, and moussaka. Eggplant is also perfect for when you’re grilling vegetables as a side dish. If […]

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Dip a Fry in It: 5 Dipping Sauces That Are Better Than Ketchup

Whether you prefer steak fries or shoestrings, fries always taste better with dip. Put the ketchup back in the fridge and try these five dipping sauces.

National French Fry Day is July 13, and we plan to eat a lot of fries to celebrate. Whether you prefer steak fries or shoestrings, fries always taste better with dipping sauce. Sure, you can also get out the trusty ketchup bottle. But in honor of this delicious holiday, we’ve gathered five dipping sauces to try. So go on, dip […]

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Foil Packet Recipes for Camping or on the Grill

If you're cooking over a campfire or grilling in the backyard, foil packet recipes are worth a try. Check out our tips to help them turn out great.

If you or your kids were ever a part of scouting, you’ve probably eaten meat and veggies cooked over a campfire in a foil packet. Foil packet recipes have been called hobo dinners, but don’t let that moniker turn you off. You might be surprised how delicious these camping classics can be. Whether you’re looking for more ideas for campfire cooking, […]

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