Why I Love Weck Juice Jars

Welcome to One Simply Terrific Thing, our ongoing series highlighting the small tools and kitchen goods that make life better! Nothing against fancy carafes and pitchers, but Weck Juice Jars are what truly have my heart. I bought a set of three about five or six years ago and they’ve been one of the most reached-for […]

Microwave Poached Eggs Recipe | SimplyRecipes.com

Were we to collect all the writings on poaching the perfect egg from every book, magazine, and website, it would be a multi-volume encyclopedia. It’s not that big of a deal, though—especially with this low-stakes microwave method. It uses way less water and it’s faster, allowing poached eggs to be a quick weekday breakfast or […]

11 Recipes for Cozy Dinners on Cool Nights

The season is slowly transitioning from summer sun to cool fall days and I am ready for it. I always look forward to this time of year when the smell of chili simmering on the stove and cornbread in the oven draws the family together both in the kitchen and around the table. Family-friendly meals […]

How to Throw a Family Field Day

Are y’all ready to just let loose and have a little fun? I know I am, especially as we forge our way into a new school year that is unlike anything we have ever seen. I recently kicked off this crazy season of life with a Family Field Day! A Family Field Day is like […]

Shoofly Pie Recipe | SimplyRecipes.com

My husband AJ had never had Shoofly Pie before, which makes sense, as he was born and raised in the Midwest before moving to California. Shoofly pie is mostly a Pennsylvania Dutch dessert, one that is less common outside of Central Pennsylvania and the surrounding area. But after I asked if he wanted a bite […]

Got Kitchen Gadgets? Make These 5 No-Stove, No-Ove…

This month welcome Sara Bir. Sara Bir is the author of two cookbooks, Tasting Ohio and the IACP award-winning The Fruit Forager’s Companion. She also moderates and replies to your comments here on Simply Recipes. Follow her @sausagetarian. I love my gadgets and think they earn their keep. Or do they? I have a high-speed blender, a food processor, […]

Why I Love the OXO Fat Separator

Welcome to One Simply Terrific Thing, our ongoing series highlighting the small tools and kitchen goods that make life better! Separating the fat out of cooking liquids is a kitchen task that I wouldn’t have thought could be streamlined in such a delightful way. But now that I have such a nice fat separator, I’m much […]

Get Excited: Introducing Walmart+ | SimplyRecipes….

Free unlimited delivery and everyday low prices on groceries, gadgets, and more! Too good to be true? Thanks to Walmart+, it’s not: dinner is on the table fast this fall with less stress and more ease. Print Photography Credit: Walmart This post is written in partnership with Walmart.  The name Walmart is already synonymous with […]

Classic Patty Melt

Switch up your burger game and make a patty melt for dinner (or lunch) this week. Layer caramelized onions, Swiss cheese, and a perfectly thin burger patty between two slices of toasted bread for the BEST HOMEMADE patty melt ever! This recipe serves two, but you can easily scale it up or down. Continue reading […]

Oven Baked Sweet Potato Fries Recipe

These oven baked sweet potato fries are so addictive! Wedges of sweet potatoes, tossed with oil, sprinkled with spices, and baked at high heat until browned and crispy at the edges. Photography Credit: Elise Bauer These. Are. So. Addictive. And once you know how to make them, you will never have an excuse to not […]

12 Recipes to Preserve Your Garden Bounty

If you are lucky enough to have an overabundance of garden produce, you may be wondering what to do with it all. Please know you can always drop it off at my house! My childhood best friend had a huge garden and I have fond memories of picking tomatoes off the vine and eating them […]

Fall Guide to the Best Baking Apples

Baking with apples is easier than it seems! Follow our guide to fall apples to find out which apples are best for baking pies, making sauce or serving on a cheeseboard. Print Photography Credit: Alison Bickel I wait all year for apple season and know that buying the right type of apple can take fall […]

5 Dinner Recipes to Savor Late Summer Produce

This month welcome Sara Bir. Sara Bir is the author of two cookbooks, Tasting Ohio and the IACP award-winning The Fruit Forager’s Companion. She also moderates and replies to your comments here on Simply Recipes. Follow her @sausagetarian. Depending on where you live, the growing season may still be going strong. All the tomatoes! The squash! The sweet corn! […]

Why I Love the Chef’n DishGarden Dish Rack

A compact dish rack that fits inside the sink and holds a ton? This is it! Print I have a new dish rack, and it’s pretty great. For many years I used this heavy-duty steel frame dish rack from simplehuman, and if you have the counter space for it, it’s a solid choice – sturdy, […]

5 Comforting Dinners to Make this Fall

This post is written in partnership with Red Gold Tomatoes.  When the weather cools and cooking dinner means comforting mains, we turn to hearty soups, cheesy casseroles and chili. But first we turn to the pantry, your best friend when it comes to cooking dinner in the fall. Cans of steam packed fresh tomatoes, a […]

Ranch-Roasted Chicken and Vegetables Recipe

Crispy Ranch-roasted chicken, tender veggies, and crunchy croutons make for one stellar sheet-pan supper. Swap out any seasonal veggies you like and dinner is served! This post is written in partnership with Hidden Valley® Ranch. Sheet pan suppers are music to a busy parent’s ears, and this recipe sets the bar pretty high. The star […]

Instant Pot Porcupine Meatballs Recipe

Porcupine meatballs are a classic retro dinner, made easier and quicker in the Instant Pot! Ground beef and rice meatballs are served in a simple tomato sauce. (No porcupines!) This is an easy 30 minute dinner. Photography Credit: Coco Morante Don’t worry – these meatballs aren’t actually made out of porcupines! The name refers to […]

How to Cook Quinoa | SimplyRecipes.com

Nutty, earthy, and packed with fiber and protein, quinoa is a healthy grain that you can use in pilafs, soups, casseroles, and salads. Splash your favorite milk and a spoonful of honey into a bowl of quinoa to make a great breakfast cereal too. This grain is so versatile that if you cooked quinoa every […]

Best Homemade Cinnamon Rolls {From Scratch!}

1 Make the dough: Warm the milk for 15 to 30 seconds in the microwave, until it’s slightly warm to the touch but not steaming. In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the dough hook, combine the warm milk, yeast, and sugar. Let the mixture stand until foamy, about five minutes. Add the […]

Need a Reason to Party? Celebrate September Food H…

This month welcome Sara Bir. Sara Bir is the author of two cookbooks, Tasting Ohio and the IACP award-winning The Fruit Forager’s Companion. She also moderates and replies to your comments here on Simply Recipes. Follow her @sausagetarian. People love food holidays, but ever wonder what the point is? You know what I’m talking about: National Pecan Cookie Day. […]

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