Forget the utensils and the place settings at your next party; instead, try serving everything — from salad to dessert — on a stick. Not only is it a fun and aesthetically appealing way to dish out a meal, it's also easy to eat and even easier to clean up. Trust us, after you watch the how-to video, you're going to want to stock up on skewers!
No, your eyes aren't deceiving you. These dessert cups are edible, making it possible to enjoy whatever treat you choose to fill them with in its entirety. Hosting a tea party? Edible teacups are just the ticket. Feeling minimalist? Go the solid chocolate cup route. Looking for a low-fuss project? Flaky, fluted cinnamon-sugar wonton cups take next to no time to prep. Watch the video to learn how to make all three, and then get baking!
When it comes to brunch treats, it's hard to top classic cinnamon rolls, but we're up to the challenge. Tuck in a few slices of bacon and drizzle everything with maple glaze, then watch this dish win major points with friends. Watch the video to see how to bake up a batch in a flash, and then print out the recipe.
Once you've mastered how to cook a fresh lobster, it's time to learn the basics of a quintessential lobster roll. The debate is ongoing: should a lobster roll be hot with butter or cold with mayo? Lucky for us, Cousins Maine Lobster shared both lobster roll variations, so you can satisfy any hankering (or strongly opinionated person). Watch the video, then print the recipes.
The next time you get a hankering for briny, tender lobster, take matters into your own hands rather than dining at a restaurant. They're easy to cook, we swear! Still not convinced? We've enlisted the help of two experts, the eponymous cousins of Cousins Maine Lobster, to demystify the process, from how to humanely kill these prized shellfish to tricks for getting every last ounce of meat out of the shell. What are you waiting for? Head to your local fishmonger, or order up a pair of lobsters online.
Making homemade pasta hardly seems feasible on busy weeknights, but Fabio Viviani's recipe for this classic Italian staple is a game changer: it comes together in a matter of minutes. Watch the video to learn how to make pasta using two different techniques: "Fabio's way," a speedy shortcut, and a classic, hands-on technique gleaned from his grandma. Then print out the recipe and get cooking.
Homemade treats get gobbled up fast in our office, but we may have set a record with our producer Brendan Lahr's latest creation: Old Bay hummus. One taste of this well-spiced dip and we knew we'd have to share it with you; thankfully, Brendan graciously agreed to share his secret recipe. Watch the video to see how it's made, then print out the recipe.
Jay Z, Beyoncé, Emma Stone, and Blake Lively are among the many celebrities who have dined at Crown restaurant in New York City. The man behind the hot spot is chef John DeLucie, who visited POPSUGAR Live! to share the recipe for a simple, seasonal salad with artichokes as the main ingredient. Watch the segment, and then get the recipe.
What dish is gooey, cheesy, a guaranteed favorite amongst friends, and comes together in a mere five minutes? No, this isn't a trick question — we're, of course, speaking of this genius microwaveable spinach and artichoke dip! Watch the video to see just how easy it is to make, and to learn what secret ingredient gives it a punch of flavor, then get the mindbogglingly fast recipe.