Pot roast is a classic American meal, one of those hearty dishes that is particularly great when it's cold, grey, or sleeting outside. It tastes even better the next day, doesn't require any special equipment, and can be endlessly adapted to whatever makes you happiest to eat. It's a pretty easy recipe to make, too, a one-pot wonder that doesn't ask you to use every dish in your kitchen.
These quick and easy crockpot recipes make weeknight dinners a breeze. There's something about slow cooker recipes that call for cooking beforehand that's just... frustrating. Ideally, you want a recipe that lists the slow cooker in the very first step. So, we snagged our best hassle-free recipes for crockpot chicken, chili, and more to make the most of your slow cooker's capabilities.
So you have a hoary bottle of cooking wine kicking around your pantry. It’s probably taking up a good amount of space, and you’d heard that it might be good for only a year or so after opening. Maybe yours has been there for a couple years, or perhaps it’s brand-new—but either way, is it worth keeping, or should it go down the drain? And what exactly is “cooking wine,” anyways? Let’s take a closer look.
So you’re ready to start using sheet pans more. You keep reading about these easy-sounding sheet pan meals that require almost no cleanup, or you want to have something on which to roast vegetables. Excellent idea! These babies are kitchen workhorses for good reason.