Susan Feniger, chef at Street restaurant in LA, introduces her favorite salted lassi drink based on her travels in India. And she adds her own special twist to make the traditional yogurt drink even more refreshing.
Beef stew may be easy to make, but having it come out flavorful is a whole other story. Lisa Lavery of the CHOW Test Kitchen shows you how to build the flavor as you cook in this episode of The Easiest Way, using our Easy Beef Stew recipe as a guide.
A great fall soup doesn't have to involve endless squash-chopping and peeling or hours of simmering. Christine Gallary of the CHOW Test Kitchen lets the oven do most of the work in prepping the squash for our delicious Roasted Butternut Squash Soup.
Lemonade is one of summer's great treats, but the store-bought stuff can be sickly sweet and filled with overly processed syrup. Amy Wisniewski demonstrates how to make a refreshing homemade version using our simple Pink Lemonade recipe.
Cleaning your toaster or toaster oven can be a pain because of all the hard-to-reach nooks and crannies. In this CHOW Tip, Tracy Kaplan shares a few simple tricks to help keep your appliance clean and turning out perfect toast.
In this episode of The Easiest Way, Amy Wisniewski of the CHOW Test Kitchen shows how you can avoid all that hassle and still end up with a beautiful, delicious carrot cake.
Baby back ribs are a summertime classic, but standing around a grill or smoker on a hot day can be a pain. In this episode Christine Gallary shares a simpler method for making ribs using our easy Vinegar and Spice Oven-Baked Ribs recipe.
When cooking eggplant, it's easy to have it come out either too greasy or too dry. Amy Wisniewski of the CHOW Test Kitchen shows you how to cook it just right on the grill, then turns it into a fun summery side dish.
During the summer, it can be a challenge to keep food and drinks cold in your cooler without everything getting soggy from melting ice. In this CHOW Tip, Tracy Kaplan of CHOW.com shares two simple methods for making your own flexible, reusable freezer packs.
Chicken fingers are a surefire way to make everyone happy at the dinner table; they also tend to be deep-fried grease bombs. Christine Gallary shares a technique for making chicken tenders using our Baked Cracker-Crusted Chicken Fingers recipe.
There's no need to order delivery pizza when it's so easy to make your own at home. In this episode of The Easiest Way, Lisa Lavery of the CHOW Test Kitchen makes our Whole Wheat Pizza recipe for a delicious pizza that's also more nutritious.
Creamsicles are one of summer's greatest treats. Check out Christine's simple technique for making Peaches 'n' Cream Ice Pops in this week's episode of The Easiest Way.
Baking banana bread is a great way to use up old, browning fruit, and it hardly takes any time to put together. In this episode of The Easiest Way, Amy Wisniewski shares her method for making a delicious loaf using our Easy Banana Bread recipe.
For Lisa Lavery, nothing's tastier, or easier, than skewering some marinated beef and veggies and dropping them on the grill. She shares her simple technique for making our Beef and Vegetable Shish Kebabs in this week's episode of The Easiest Way.
No summer is complete without a barbecue or two, and there's nothing more classic than barbecued chicken. Lisa Lavery of the CHOW Test Kitchen uses our Basic BBQ Chicken recipe to show you how easy it is to be a master of the grill.
Making pudding from scratch is so simple: no special equipment or ingredients required. In this episode, Amy Wisniewski uses our Easy Vanilla Pudding recipe to show how just a few ingredients and some stirring can take you to dessert town.
Frozen margaritas don't have to taste like dime-store tequila and be mass-produced in a slushy machine. Christine Gallary uses fresh fruit and quality tequila to blend up the perfect summer drink, using our easy Strawberry Margarita recipe.
With spring comes asparagus, but choosing the best bunch at the store can be a bit daunting. Jenny Stewart of CHOW.com shows you how to select prime stalks and keep them fresher longer.