Cooking from scratch
Slather, glob, dollop and glug your way to a quick meal upgrade.
Every oven has its individual quirks but there are a few rules of thumb that should help you keep your cool.
Every culture knows that if you have flour (any flour), you can make bread (flatbread).
Add some sourdough bite to your cakes, buns, pretzels, doughnuts and... yes, even potato scallops.
Tray bakes feed the soul (or just your freezer) for minimal effort, maximum reward.
Instantly upgrade any meal with homemade condiments. Relish the goodness that is your own spin on sauces, pickles, jams, salsas and, of course, mayo.
We gather the expertise of professional cooks (and check with the nonnas) to work out the best way to turn flour and eggs into fresh pasta.