If you love using jarred or canned artichokes for various recipes, give yourself a new culinary challenge and learn how to prep it fresh. Foodal’s step-by-step tutorial will show you exactly what you need to do to prepare fresh, whole artichokes. We promise it’s not as scary as it may seem. Read more now.
Not a fan of frosting? Wish decorating desserts was easier, and less of a hassle? Try this super quick, no-frosting technique to make pretty cakes and cupcakes. All you have to do is dust powdered sugar or cocoa powder over a stencil to create the most beautiful designs on top of your favorite cake. Read more.
Forget about boiling water on the stovetop, it’s time to learn how to cook brown rice in an electric pressure cooker. This appliance simplifies the process of cooking this whole grain, and it comes out perfect every single time. Make it for dinner or cook a big batch for prepping meals throughout the week. Read more.
Since happy hour has been moved to your comfy couch, it’s time to learn how to change up your at-home cocktail routine. Mastering the art of mixology has become more important than ever, and you can do it yourself with ingredients that you already have on hand. Get creative and play with new flavors! Read more now.
Learn to make your own sourdough bread at home. From creating and maintaining a starter to baking a beautiful artisan loaf, we’ve got every step covered. Don’t let wild yeast scare you! Our handy guide will walk you through step by step, and answer everything you need to know. Read more on Foodal now!
Want to learn how to make pulled pork in your electric pressure cooker or Instant Pot? The tender, juicy meat is easy to prepare, and it only calls for a few simple ingredients. You can flavor it any way you like, from BBQ to Chinese to Cuban. Enjoy all the flavor of slow cooked meat, in a fraction of the time.
Using a simple little gadget like a meat thermometer can prevent over or under-cooked meat, and eliminates guesswork altogether – making you look like a brilliant star in the kitchen! Simple to use, inexpensive, and small enough to store in a drawer, an accurate thermometer can deliver sumptuous, and perfectly cooked meats time after time.
Preserving your garden’s harvest, or seasonal produce when it comes on sale, is just flat-out smart. A pantry full of jams and jellies, chutney and pickles for the year is economical, you get to control what goes into the foods you eat, and it’s fun to produce them as well. You can produce a variety of low-acid foods, including garden veggies, fish, poultry, game, and meat. And while they make look a little complicated, they actually have a simple design and are easy to use. Get the whole story now!