The first step to removing a stain is identifying where it came from, which will dictate how and what you need to get it out of your clothes.
Chicken thighs are one of our favorite cuts and we use them in all kinds of recipes. Try them baked, braised, broiled, grilled, roasted, sautéed, or seared—any way you make them, they're flavorful and juicy. Like white meat, they are quick to cook, but don't dry out like chicken breasts (and they're a better buy for your budget!). We're celebrating the versatility of chicken thighs with these recipes. Go ahead and make one for dinner tonight.
It is excellent for indoor flying when you don't have a lot of space, and it can make tight turns to avoid obstacles with ease.
This homemade cleanser is safe, non-toxic, and made from a few household ingredients.
Casseroles are perfect one-dish meals and can be weeknight lifesavers—but not if you're spending an hour or more assembling them as the clock ticks closer to dinnertime. That's why we love the casseroles in this collection, which can all be made in advance and then popped into the oven (perhaps with a quick topping added first) when you're ready to eat. It's a very simple way to make a busy weeknight feel much calmer. Be sure to read through the recipe fully before you make it, which will let you know at what point you can stop, cover the casserole, and refrigerate or freeze it before proceeding. And it's a good rule of thumb to bring any casserole up to room temperature (or close to it) before putting it into the oven. After that, all that's left to do is sit back, relax, and dig in (and congratulate yourself on your fantastic foresight!).
A signature baked ham and seasonal asparagus, artichokes, and leeks are all features on this elevated menu.
From tried-and-true classics to newfound delights, there's a hot sandwich recipe for every meal and every palate in our collection. We've got all kinds of breakfast egg sandwiches, bistro classics like the croque madame, American standards like the sloppy Joe, and new takes like a BBQ mushroom sandwich that rivals pulled pork. Some of our hot sandwiches are open faced and topped with melted cheese; others are packed into soft rolls or sandwich bread. The options are endless, tempting, and, best of all, easy to make.
Everyone's favorite '80s and '90s hair accessory has made a major comeback. Follow these simple steps to start your own scrunchie collection or make a few sweet gifts for your friends.
It doesn't matter if you're a football fan—the appetizers served at Super Bowl celebrations are reason enough to celebrate. Kick off the festivities with staples like pigs in a blanket, chicken wings, and nachos, then score a touchdown with fresh dips and more innovative bites, like skewers and crab croquettes. We don't know who will win the game, but we're certain about this: Our favorite Super Bowl appetizer recipes are sure to draw cheers.