Food Network star and everyone’s favorite comfort food chef Ina Garten knows a thing or two about cooking with a cast iron skillet. There’s her super-popular, highly reviewed, foolproof skillet-roasted lemon chicken. She also has a butter-drenched, tender steakhouse steak recipe that wouldn’t get that perfect sear without her beloved skillet. And who could possibly resist
Ina Garten is our go-to for delicious, indulgent dinners. From her fresh crab nachos to her roasted veggies, she is seriously the queen of making food elegant. Somehow she even manages to elevate a PB&J sandwich. Her latest creation has our stomach growling already, it’s a cod recipe with garlic and herb Ritz crumbs. Great
Whether your team wins or loses this Super Bowl Sunday, one of the most important parts (at least, in our eyes) is making sure you win — with a spread that’s fully packed with an abundance of munchies and the right beverages. After all, what good is a side of wings without a delicious drink
We love cooking almost as much as we love eating (almost) but meal planning is another entity entirely. It’s hard to make the time to sit down to plan out what we’re eating in the next week, and there are nights when it’s just easier to pop a frozen meal from Trader Joe’s into the
In case this is your first time reading one of my articles or watching one of my videos, let me preface it by telling you that I am an Ina Garten super fan. She is the best of the best in my opinion and one of my favorite hobbies is cooking all of her delicious
It’s almost New Year’s, and we’ve been looking for the perfect meal to usher in 2021. Initially, we were thinking about making Ina Garten’s easy but decadent lemon cappellini with caviar (yes, caviar), but honestly, we’re not sure we feel like even turning on the stove this year. Thankfully, the Barefoot Contessa has another suggestion.
The holidays might almost be over, but Ina Garten is the gift that keeps on giving, especially for those of us who are trying to plan a fabulous New Year’s Eve while still staying safe at home. We can’t go out to restaurants or bars, but we can still splurge on a fancy meal at
Thank goodness 2020 is finally almost over! With the new year on the horizon, we sure have been looking for some meals that will wow the crowds, yet not break the bank. Ina Garten shared three special, New Year’s Eve-worthy meals with NPR that are totally budget friendly and we cannot wait to make them.
For us, the holidays are all about cooking, but what if you can’t actually be with your loved ones this year to cook for them in person? Our solution is edible gifts that can be dropped on friends’ doorsteps or shipped in the mail to family members near and far. And who knows more about
We’re always looking for ways to make the holidays feel special, and that’s especially true in 2020. Since many of us won’t be able to spend the holidays with the family and friends we usually see this time of year, we’re trying to think of ways to make our smaller gatherings feel festive, and this
Ina Garten literally wrote the book on comfort food. Her newest cookbook, Modern Comfort Food, has fast become our go-to, and its warm and hearty recipes have never been more needed. In a recent interview, Garten caught up with CNN’s Anderson Cooper during his show Full Circle and talked about all things food. And during
Ina Garten is a master chef, culinary icon and all-around rockstar. Author of Modern Comfort Food, Garten has gifted her followers with tons of hearty meals that result in wide smiles across dinner tables worldwide. We think that the best dinners are the ones that can be shared with people you care about (virtually or
Chocolate and peanut butter in a dessert? You just can’t go wrong. It’s a classic flavor combo and one that Ina Garten knows very well. One of Ina Garten‘s most popular desserts is her chocolate peanut butter globs. And in true Garten fashion, they’re so simple to make — and even easier to devour. “These
When I announced in our SheKnows editors Slack channel earlier this fall that I had never made an Ina Garten recipe before, you would have thought I’d said I’ve never scrambled an egg or something genuinely surprising. The shock in my colleagues’ gifs was something to behold. So from that moment, I knew I needed
We’ve been eating grilled cheese since we were kids, and the recipe usually went a little something like this: butter two slices of Wonderbread, add a slice of Kraft American cheese, toast in a pan, and call it a day. We’re not saying that such a simple, nostalgic meal isn’t good eats, but now that