Tips

  • Stir natural peanut butter with a spoon
    Tired of stirring your natural peanut butter? We tried four other methods to mix it up and found a definite winner. It's practically hands-off and totally mess-free!
  • Six jars of natural peanut butter which one is the best
    How is natural peanut butter different than conventional peanut butter? Why does it separate? Can you bake with it? Get answers to all these questions and more!
  • How To buttefly a Chicken
    50 min
    Gluten-Free, Low Carb, Paleo
    Ever spatchcocked a chicken? It's easier than you might think! It's the same method as butterflying a chicken, and you only need a pair of kitchen shears. Makes for more evenly cooked chicken with crispier skin!
  • Guide to vanilla extracts and vanilla beans
    From vanilla beans to vanilla extracts, our guide to vanilla gets you in the know on one of the world’s most expensive seasonings.
  • Instant Pot Teriyaki Chicken Wings
    Making a batch of chicken wings? Save yourself some money by buying whole chicken wings and breaking them into pieces yourself. It's easy! Here's how.
  • Perfect Cheesecake Illustration with blue ink drawn over it to make it look like it's frozen
    Cheesecake freezes beautifully, and a cheesecake in the freezer is like money in the bank. Here’s how to freeze and thaw cheesecake so dessert is ready when you are.
  • Stovetop Breadcrumb Recipe - swing top lid jar filled with toasted breadcrumbs
    10 min
    Bread crumbs add a pop of color, a bolt of flavor, and a crunch that immediately elevates any dish. These easy-to-make savory, crunchy crumbs are a great way to use up bread and add a little pizzazz to weeknight dinners.
  • Love picking out your own produce but wish grocery shopping wasn't so stressful? Looking to learn how to save a little money on your next trip? Our editorial team is sharing our best shopping tips to help you shop quicker AND smarter!
  • Baked Potato Recipe -- 3 potatoes split open with butter
    50 min
    Gluten-Free, Vegan, Vegetarian
    Baked potatoes! The best ones happen the old fashioned-way: in the oven. Here’s the scoop on making perfect baked potatoes. (Spoiler alert: no foil!)
  • How To Bake Bacon in the Oven - pile of crispy browned bacon
    25 min
    Want to know the secret to perfectly crispy bacon every time? Bake it in the oven! It's easy to make and easy to clean up. (No more bacon grease splatters on the stove!)
  • How to Freeze Wine - red wine cubes in ice cube tray
    Yes, you can freeze wine for cooking! Here are some tips, as well as pros and cons of different methods.
  • Getting dinner on the table is something we all struggle with, but really things can be easier! From smarter meal planning to genius shortcuts, here are our top tips for saving time (and sanity).
  • How to Grocery Shop with Kids Without Losing Your Mind
    Are you suffering from dinner overwhelm? Tough to find time to pull it all off? Well then, you're going to love Relish, a new way to shop for groceries by recipe and have them delivered right to your door!
  • How to grill corn on the cob
    20 min
    Gluten-Free, Vegetarian
    Learn how to grill corn that is juicy and tender with this easy grilled corn on the cob technique! The best way is the easiest way - simply grill fresh corn on the cob in their husks on direct high heat.
  • Guide to Loaf Pans
    What loaf pans do you need? And what size? How do you adjust baking times for the various materials? Metal, glass, silicone, stoneware—we’re breaking it down for you.
  • Hot to bake cheesecake without a water bath
    It’s a lot of effort to make cheesecake. What if you can't, or don't want to, cook it in a water bath? Does skipping it make a difference? Let's discuss!
  • Three jars of salt spilled onto counter - sel de gris, pink himalyan sea salt and white flaky sea salt
    What's the deal with fancy salt? What is it used for? What's the difference between sea salt and other kinds of artisan finishing salts? Get the answers to all these questions in this handy guide!
  • How to cut fruit
    Cutting fruits and veggies safely is all in the grip! And the surface! And having a good knife helps, too. Here are 4 tips for safer, smarter chopping.

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