Cook and Bake


Veggie Frittata

Summertime means crisp, fresh vegetables, and there’s no better way to enjoy fresh produce than a veggie frittata! While this recipe can definitely be made with supermarket vegetables, try waking up early on the weekend and heading to a local farmer’s market for the crispest, most delicious vegetables. Sun-ripened tomatoes are especially yummy additions. Then, … Continue reading Veggie Frittata

beer battered onion rings

Beer-Battered Onion Rings

Welcome in the summer and delight your guests at barbecues and parties with homemade beer-battered onion rings! Serve them as an appetizer before a barbecue, as a side to delicious burgers, or even on top of a juicy steak. It’s important for your onions to be sweet, since the right onion will really improve the … Continue reading Beer-Battered Onion Rings


Honey Bourbon Pork Tenderloin

Did you know that one of the best ways to cook a delicious, juicy honey bourbon pork tenderloin is to use a halogen convection oven?┬áHalogen heat provides instant heat to the proper temperature, while convection technology moves the air around to speed up cooking time and provide even heating. The result? Meat that isn’t dried … Continue reading Honey Bourbon Pork Tenderloin


Risotto with Mushrooms and Truffle Olive Oil

Making risotto with mushrooms can be a long and complicated process, but with a pressure cooker, it takes half the time. Risotto is a classic dish with dozens of possible variations; for example, you can add shrimp, pumpkin, and any combination of fresh herbs. One of our favorite versions involves mushrooms and truffle flavored olive … Continue reading Risotto with Mushrooms and Truffle Olive Oil

monster cookies

Monster Cookies

Clear out your pantry with a batch of monster cookies, so named because of their monstrously delicious ingredient list (at least, in our opinion). Consider this ingredient list as more of a guideline instead of a hard-and-fast requirement; the goal is to pack as much peanut butter-y, chocolate-y, oatmeal-y goodness as possible into a single … Continue reading Monster Cookies


Fried Rice and Vegetables

Use up all your leftovers and make a delicious weeknight meal with fried rice and vegetables. Substitute carrots, celery, or whatever you have on hand for the mushrooms. If you’d like to add a protein, then look for chicken, shrimp, pork, or even tofu! If you make a big vat of long grain rice on … Continue reading Fried Rice and Vegetables


Gummy Berry Snacks

Bring the county fair into your kitchen with these gummy berry snacks you can make with our S’mores/Gummy Candy Maker. You can make this recipe with only five ingredients that are easy to find at your local supermarket: berries, fruit juice, lemon juice, honey, and unflavored gelatin. It’s a great treat to make with kids, … Continue reading Gummy Berry Snacks


Zucchini Patties

In the summer, when you have zucchinis galore coming out of the woodwork, turn to our Zucchini Patties recipe for a delicious and crispy treat. Baking the patties in an oven is a healthier alternative to frying, but the mix of jalapeno, onion, and bread crumbs makes it taste just as good. The patties make … Continue reading Zucchini Patties

One Pot Cowboy Beans Feature

One-Pot Cowboy Beans

If you want a hearty and fulfilling main dish, look no further than one-pot cowboy beans! We love the simplicity of the cooking instructions: simply cook bacon, cook ground beef and onion, and mix everything together in a Dutch oven! The brown sugar coats the beans and meat for a sweet, surprising glaze. Plus, any … Continue reading One-Pot Cowboy Beans

Yogurt with Honey Feature

Honey Yogurt

Make your own honey yogurt using a multi cooker and just three simple ingredients. While making your own yogurt might sound a little intimidating, have no fear! With the right multi cooker, it’s a hands-off process that involves about three steps: pouring milk into a cooking pot, pressing some buttons, and mixing a little bit … Continue reading Honey Yogurt