You may not often think about it but when a flat-panel TV is not secured to the wall, it can pose a great risk to your family and more specifically to small children. Due to their increasingly thin designs, today’s flat panels can easily tip over at the slightest bump or nudge, causing them to topple off furniture, potentially causing injury or even death.
There’s no need to go out for Chicken Parmesan once you learn how easy it is to make at home. Everyday Food editor Sarah Carey shows you how.
When it comes to entertaining, you often read how you can’t really have a successful party unless you prepare for weeks in advance, but most of us know that’s just not true and sometimes we may only have a day or so to prepare. That’s okay.
We love this crown of glazed cream puffs, but the cake is also great without them.
Studded with tart cranberries and packed with wholesome oats, these delicious muffins bake up moist, with nicely rounded, golden-brown tops. They’re a popular item at Flour Bakery + Cafe in Boston, where customers enjoy them for breakfast with a tall glass of freshly squeezed orange juice.
Setting aside time to spend with family can be tricky when everyone has a busy schedule. As a daddy to six kids (and one more on the way) I’ve learned that sometimes you have to be creative when coordinating time to be altogether as a family.
This classic French combination of ingredients also makes an excellent sauce for fish, such as seared salmon and trout.
There are so many great recipes on Pinterest. We are going to start highlighting some of our favorites and sharing them with our readers, showing you the original source and how to make the recipe. Enjoy!
Sarah Carey, editor-in-chief of Everyday Food® Magazine just launched her delicious “How-To” series on YouTube. A 13-year veteran of the Martha Stewart test kitchen, Sarah is an expert in converting culinary classics into easy and convenient meals for the family.
Everyday Food editor Sarah Carey shows us a time-saving way to make classic chicken potpie.
Our friend Sarah Carey, editor-in-chief of Everyday Food® Magazine just launched her delicious “How-To” series on YouTube. A 13-year veteran of the Martha Stewart test kitchen, Sarah is an expert in converting culinary classics into easy and convenient meals for the family.
It’s pumpkin time! Pumpkins are a traditional part of fall, including being the tasty filling for Thanksgiving pie. Before you throw away the pumpkin seeds, Dr. Martha Howard of Wellness of Chicago offers these amazing health benefits. (And, if you don’t want to go through the hassle of drying and roasting them, you can always just buy pumpkin seeds.)
If you don’t own a candy thermometer, this cake offers a good excuse to buy one. It sounds a little nitpicky, but the caramel should reach exactly 238 degrees. (Any less and the cake layers won’t hold together properly; any more and the caramel will turn hard.) Precision will also pay off with the chocolate frosting: It achieves its ideal spreading texture after standing for 30 minutes.