Pyrex glass container full of potatoes that can go in the freezer

Can Pyrex Go in the Freezer?

Pyrex is built for extreme temperatures, but if you just took the dish out of the oven, you should let it cool off before you put it in the freezer.

Female chef upset after she forgot to add vanilla

You Forgot To Add Vanilla: Now What?

If you forgot to add vanilla to your dish, the food will likely lack some important flavor. Here are some substitutes you can use if you’re out of vanilla.

Ice cream cake that won't last for very long

How Long Does Ice Cream Cake Last?

Even if you put leftover ice cream cake in the freezer, it will only last about a week, since ice crystals will eventually make it taste awful.

Grill with bad charcoal burning

Does Charcoal Go Bad?

Charcoal cannot “go bad,” but it can become less effective if it contains additives or is allowed to soak up moisture.

Dragon fruit that is very expensive

Why Dragon Fruit Is So Expensive

Dragon fruit is expensive because of imbalanced supply and demand, its health benefits, expensive shipping fees and taxes, and how the fruit is grown.

Dish of ratatouille prepared after chef learned what ratatouille tastes like

What Does Ratatouille Taste Like?

Ratatouille is made solely with vegetables. It tastes fresh and sweet, with a bit of acidity. Here are some tips on making your own ratatouille.

Slices of prosciuttini

What Is Prosciuttini?

Prosciuttini means “small prosciutto” in Italian. It is a salted, dried, and spicy ham that is taken from the pig.

Knob of butter melting in pan

How Much Is a Knob of Butter?

A knob of butter is usually an unspecified amount. Americans generally use one or two tablespoons when a recipe calls for a knob of butter.

Brie cheese purchased after cook learned how to ripen brie cheese

How To Ripen Brie Cheese

Ripening brie cheese is easy, but there are some important rules you should follow. Here’s what you need to know.

Cooked trout with bones that you can't eat

Can You Eat Trout Bones?

You shouldn’t eat trout bones. Read this to learn how to EASILY debone a trout while preserving most of the meat.