• 5 Easy Pie Recipes

    From-scratch pie, with its flaky pastry crust and warm filling, is a true treat when it comes to dessert. Whether purchased at a bakery or made at home, a...


  • Alternative Thanksgiving Sides

    For many holidays, there are set dishes which we bring to the table year after year. Thanksgiving, with its rich turkey and hearty sides, is one of these...


  • Cooking by Design

    I had to miss last week’s class because of a keynote speech I was hired to give. The class was all about buying and cooking fresh, local foods. My friend,...


  • 5 Healthy Halloween Snacks

    We have been eating quite a bit of candy around the What's Cookin' offices lately, thanks most specifically to our candy tasting a few weeks back. With...


  • Electricity-free Cooking

    Houses all across the East Coast are hunkered down in anticipation for the worst of today's storm, Hurricane Sandy, with many expecting power outages that...


  • Indulge in Indian

    If you had to describe Indian food, what words would you use? Flavorful? Bold? Spicy? All of the above? The thing I love about Indian food is the wealth of...


  • Asian Influence

    What’s the first thing you think of when you ponder Chinese and Japanese cuisine? They all go well with rice. This is because much rice comes from the Far...


  • 15 Things to do with Pumpkin Seeds

    We are officially two weeks away from Halloween and all of its fantastic celebrations. While this means the increase of candy sales and a peak in adorable...


  • A Mouthful of Mexico

    This week’s cuisine was all south of the border. I’m not a huge fan of Mexican food, but as I found out, much of what I think of as Mexican is really...


  • Fall Slow Cooker Soups

    With the changing leaves, changing weather and shorter days, comes my favorite aspect of the fall season: autumn soup. Setting a pot of stew or soup on the...


  • The Great Snooth Chili Cook-Off

    A few months back, we received an adorable little box from Andrews McMeel Publishing. Expecting a book, we opened it up and were pleasantly surprised by a...


  • Mezze from the Mediterranean

    As a whole, the Mediterranean is my favorite part of the world for food. It’s simple, made with fresh ingredients and is very “user-friendly.” From...


  • Columbus Day Food

    This Monday marks October's second best holiday, second behind Halloween, of course. Columbus Day, best known for its car sales and vacation from school, is...


  • 5 Top Meat-Free Meals

    Some of us are vegetarians, some of us are picky eaters, and some of us are meat lovers who just need a little break from the cholesterol associated with...


  • Crème, Beurre et Fromage

    Guess which country we tackled this week? French food is known to be the most “unfriendly” cuisine out there. Translation: it is the most complicated...


  • Easy Weeknight Meals

    In going through the majority of my school-season recipe posts, I've noticed that I use the phrase "easy weeknight meals" more frequently than any other...


  • School Daze Part Deux

    Yes, I am back in cooking school. It was a bit of a toss-up as to whether or not I wanted to take the Level Two classes at The New School of Cooking here in...


  • How to Make Baklava

    Thanks to Monday's Turkish food article, we've been fighting a craving for Baklava all week. The lightly sweet, flaky crust crumbles in your mouth as you...


  • Turkish Recipes

    So you didn't get your own Middle Eastern vacation this summer? Bring the flavors of the Middle East and Mediterranean to your kitchen with Turkish-styled...


  • Rosh Hashana Family Recipes

    One thing that makes every holiday special is the wealth of food brought to the table year after year. There is something about recipe tradition and the same...


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