• 6 Great Kugel Recipes

    It's Jewish High Holiday season and that means one thing: the return of Kugel! Kugel, also known as noodle pudding, is a traditional dish often served at...


  • 8 Things To Do With Ground Meat

    Browning some ground meat, whether it be beef, turkey or pork, is a great first step to any easy weeknight meal. With the addition of various sauces and...


  • One-Handed Tailgating Food

    As of this evening, football season is officially in gear! Over here at What's Cookin', the football season is one of our favorite times of year thanks to...


  • Labor Day Recipe Guide

    While the true end of summer is still a few weeks away, many see Labor Day as the end of summer season activities. Pools close, school begins, and grills are...


  • Back to School Lunches

    School lunches can easily get boring as soon as you start to get into a routine. With picky kids and rushed mornings, peanut butter and jelly sandwich after...


  • What We've Been Reading

    While scanning the interweb for today’s featured food blog of the week, I decided I’d also look for a few brunch dish ideas for future brunches to be...


  • Cake Box Mix-Ins

    Over the past two weeks, we've focused on ways to improve upon store bought cookie and brownie mixes. There's a simple reason: sometimes, the craving just...


  • What's In Season: Eggplant

    Eggplants come into their prime from July through October. It currently being late August means it's time for us to do just one thing: start eating...


  • Did You See?

    After a long summer week and a lot of rain, the weather has cooled and we here are What's Cookin' are ready for the weekend. What better a time to catch up...


  • Best Grilled Veggies

    Grilling vegetables brings out a smoky depth and tender chew that other forms of cooking can't always provide. Often turning them almost meaty, the grill...


  • At Home Fried Food

    Deep frying at home is a commitment. There are certain things required to get started: oil, a deep pot (or deep fryer), a cooking thermometer, the...


  • What's In Season: Summer Squash

    The variety of squash available year-round is outstanding. Zucchini, butternut squash, pumpkin, the array is enough to please any palate. We love squash in...


  • New Takes on Milkshakes

    A good milkshake hits all the important dessert flavor groups. Smooth and creamy yet with a slight chew, delicate sweetness without overt cloy, filling and...


  • 10 Great Recipes for Stone Fruit

    There is something about walking by a fruit stand and the smell of ripe peaches and plums wafting up on a warm afternoon that just makes all of the sweat and...


  • Easy Greek Food

    Ever since the recent emphasis on the health and longevity of the Mediterranean diet, Greek food has become incredibly popular in the U.S. and worldwide....


  • Cold Summer Soup

    Recently, we featured a few great no-cook dinner recipes. That article featured two fantastic chilled summer soups. While these two are delicious hot weather...


  • Sweet Summer Corn

    Sweet corn on the cob is an amazingly simple and classic summer treat. The sweet crunch of every bite, the salty mix of juice and butter running down your...


  • How To: Fruit Tart

    There are endless options when it comes to cooking with the array of fruits that come into season each summer. Some recipes, like fruit salads or cakes, are...


  • Dinner for Chefs

    I was lucky enough to have an extraordinary group of people in my pro chef class at the New School of Cooking here in Los Angeles. There were 12 of us and we...


  • How To Make Ice Cream at Home

    Creating ice cream at home can be a daunting task, especially if you are without an ice cream maker and are not in the place to buy a new one. But come...


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