Slow cooking is just about the easiest way to get dinner (not to mention breakfast, lunch, or dessert) on the table, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t some nuances.
With 100 million Americans dealing with snow, ice, and snice right now (note to self: trademark snice), a big bowl of soup, packed with immune-boosting ingredients and whipped up in a matter of minutes, is just what the doctor ordered. Try one of these 10 super soups before you head out to shovel a foot of snow or chip away at the ice.
From drugstore heart shaped boxes of chocolates to classy-slash-trashy retro fondue, we’re unapologetic about our affection for each of these cliché Valentine’s Day foods.
You probably know of and have even tried a few aphrodisiac foods , but what about eats that squash your libido? Here are a few to steer clear of on Valentine’s Day, or anytime you’d rather stoke those romantic flames instead of tossing water on them.
Bad pickup lines are an unfortunate, and unavoidable, part of the singles scene. And, with Valentine’s Day just days away, people may be getting desperate to find a date before it’s too late.
Diamonds, roses, lingerie, chocolates—by the time you’re done with V-Day shopping you might as well have handed over your credit card instead of your heart. Here to the rescue, three of America’s top sommeliers share their favorite Valentine’s Day wines under $30.
All your senses come into play when you cook. And the more you cook, the more you’ll find yourself relying on them to signal something’s done.