These 2-Ingredient Appetizers Are Impossible to Mess Up — Snapshot Cooking

Welcome to Snapshot Cooking, the home of Kitchn’s easiest recipes. These mini recipes are so simple you can practically cook from the before-and-after snapshot itself. Whether you’re hosting a holiday party or signed up to bring something to the office potluck, you likely have appetizers on the brain this time of year. Snacks and small … [Read more…]

The Pioneer Woman Shares Her Best Low-Carb Holiday Recipes — Pop Culture

Whether it’s an impromptu holiday gathering and you’re rushing, or you simply procrastinated your menu planning, there’s a special version of awful that comes with needing to really quickly come up with a bunch of food for a ton of people. Especially things that aren’t just something-on-a-cracker and something-else-to-dip-pita in. But worry no more, as … [Read more…]

Recipe: Galette des Brittany (Salted Butter Cookies) — Recipes from The Kitchn

Au revoir, Paris! Ann Mah takes us off the tourist path on a culinary tour of France’s favorite regional foods. Hailing from the region of Brittany, which is located on the far edge of northwestern France, these shortbread cookies may appear ordinary, but don’t be fooled by their plain-Jane appearance. These Breton biscuits are special … [Read more…]

Baked Chicken Taquitos

Taquitos! They’re fun to say and fun to eat, they freeze well and please kids. These are filled with chicken, cheese, and seasonings, and then baked to crispy perfection. Continue reading “Baked Chicken Taquitos” »

An Unexpected Use for Your Toaster Oven, According to Eric Ripert — Food News

When Eric Ripert, the chef mastermind behind three-Michelin-star seafood restaurant Le Bernardin (and close friend of Anthony Bourdain), tells you how to cook something, it would be best to listen to him. His latest recommendation is probably not one you’re expecting, though. It doesn’t involve any fancy, expensive machinery that you’d only find in a … [Read more…]