Can you really make ‘steak’ out of fruit?
Can you really make ‘steak’ out of fruit?
For many people, the day doesn't officially start until that first cup of coffee has been poured. Unfortunately, while many people may savor this morning ritual, if you're taking your coffee in one particular fashion, you could be significantly increasing your cancer risk, researchers say. Read on to discover if your preferred preparation of that morning pick-me-up could be putting your health in jeopardy and how you can keep yourself safe.RELATED: Eating This One Thing Can Cut Your Cancer Risk
Whether you have it on the rocks, neat, or in a cocktail, these are not to be missed.
But not just any cheese will do. Here are three to try.
As if you needed an excuse to eat 'em all season, the health benefits of cherries and their nutrition facts will seal the deal.
I followed milkshake recipes from Sunny Anderson, Duff Goldman, Bobby Flay, and Trisha Yearwood to see which one would make the best chocolate treat.
The same hot weather that brings out the best in tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, and other summer vegetables makes spinach, lettuce, peas, and other cool-weather vegetables tough and bitter. Midsummer weather makes the prospect of cool weather seem remote, but of course such weather will return. Now might be a good time to plan for and begin planting vegetables that thrive in autumn weather.
This list is packed with classic, straight-shooting burgers and the old-school institutions still making them.
This might genuinely be the best thing since sliced bread.
Join Epicurious associate editor Joe Sevier for a step by step explainer on what goes into baking the perfect buttermilk biscuits. Originally developed for Danny Meyer's Blue Smoke barbecue restaurant in New York, this biscuit recipe calls for a brushing of honey butter to finish off the the final product. Should something more savory, flaky, or doughy be to your liking, Joe lays out all the tweaks a baker can make along the way, from process to ingredients, to produce your dream biscuit. Director: Chris Principe Editors: Eric Bigman (Editor) Andy Morell (AE) Director of Photography: Jeremy Harris Producer: Ness Kleino Assistant Producer: Michael Cascio Culinary Producer: Kelly Janke Culinary Assistant: Biba Clark Copy and Recipe Editor: Vivian Jao Camera Operator: Colton Huynh Audio: Mike Guggino Post Production Supervisor: Stephanie Cardone Associate Director, Post Production: Nicole Berg Epicurious Video Team Jonathan Wise Ali Inglese Dan Siegel Rhoda Boone Carolyn Gagnon June Kim Holly Patton Myra Rivera Billy Keenly
For some of us, the day really can't get going until we've had our morning cup of coffee. And while recent studies have found that the beloved caffeinated beverage may not make us as jittery as we once thought, there's certainly such a thing as overdoing it. In fact, according to a new study, drinking too much coffee each day can actually raise your risk of dementia. Read on to see how many cups you should be limiting yourself to.RELATED: Drinking Your Coffee Like This Can Slash Your Alzheimer's
These simple recipes are great for beginners.
Chess Pie couldn't be easier to make and is always a favorite custard pie.
Summer is the time for smooth and cool creamy pies.
The plant’s tiny, daisy-like flowers bloom in June and July.
Prepare to have a love rekindled.
Campfire, shmampfire. We’re getting our summer s’mores fix without an open flame, thanks to these s’mores cookies. We don’t want to toot our own horn, but the method...
Recipes like our Cucumber, Tomato & Feta Salad with Balsamic Dressing and Cauliflower Gnocchi Caprese will delight any summer tomato lover. Store-bought frozen cauliflower gnocchi are crisped up in a pan, then tossed with mozzarella cheese, plenty of basil and balsamic vinegar for a hearty and healthy spin on the classic caprese salad. Seek out several varieties of heirloom tomatoes for this simple salad.
Try these treats with your favorite peanut, almond, or cookie butter! The post These mini nut butter cups are easy and fun to make appeared first on In The Know.
Maybe your oven has a convection button that you’ve never touched, or maybe you’ve heard about convection cooking but thought it was just for the pros. Either way, you’ve been sleeping on faster cooking, better...
Make the most of fall flavors and ingredients with these delicious sheet-pan dinners. Each of these recipes is packed with protein and seasonal veggies including Brussels sprouts, broccoli and more. Recipes like our Ginger-Tahini Oven-Baked Salmon & Vegetables and Sheet-Pan Chicken Fajita Bowls are healthy, filling and can be rounded out with a quick side salad for the ultimate fall dinner.