Cooking

Cooking is about more than producing delicious, nourishing food--it's a chance to be creative, work together with friends and family members, and learn something new about how and what we eat.
Several editions of the Joy of Cooking cookbook
Books

The Joy of Cooking Through the Years

The history—and family—behind America’s most beloved cookbook, The Joy of Cooking, which was first published in 1931.

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Joy of Cooking Sprouts
Dinner

Joy of Cooking Sprouts

The great-grandson of the original author of the classic American cookbook Joy of Cooking carries on the family tradition.

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Katie Jacobs
Family

Keeping It Casual on Christmas Morning

The Hollywood stylist preferred formal meals, but her kids wanted a pajama-clad celebration. Could they compromise?

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Katie Jacobs' Sausage Pinwheels
Breakfast

Sausage Pinwheels

Katie Jacobs shares a recipe, passed down from her great-aunt Dolly, that's become a Christmas tradition in Katie's family.

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John Becker and his wife, Megan Scott
Finding Life Purpose

The Joy of Cooking: A Four-Generation Family Tradition

Meet the great-grandson who adapted America’s most beloved cookbook for the modern chef.

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Miriam Green in her kitchen
Everyday Coping for Caregivers

Her Mom With Alzheimer's Still Inspires Her

Even as her mother declines, they stay connected through their longstanding love of cooking.

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Root vegetables recipes
Recipes

3 New Ways to Enjoy Fall’s Root Vegetables

These tasty tubers are nutritious, easy to prepare and so satisfying on chilly nights.

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Katie Jacobs' Sausage Cheese Balls
Breakfast

Sausage Cheese Balls

Here's a sure-to-please recipe that you can make in advance and then just pop in the oven on Christmas morning (or any other morning).

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Courtesy of Melissa d'Arabian
Inspiring Stories

Melissa d’Arabian on God, Food and Grace

The cooking star of Ten Dollar Dinners talks about finding God in the kitchen.

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Hurricane Dorian: Chef Andres Serves Thousands of Meals in the Bahamas
People Helping People

Hurricane Dorian: Chef Andres Serves Thousands of Meals in the Bahamas

The chef's nonprofit, World Central Kitchen, plans to set up multiple kitchens to help feed victims of the storm.

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