Want to bake bread but can't find yeast? One of Rach's culinary team members shares how to make yeast at home using a surprising ingredient: raisins!
When it comes to expiration dates on unopened pantry items like canned beans, how strictly should you adhere to them?
Rachael demonstrates how some simple rearranging of the items in your fridge could stretch your grocery dollar by keeping foods fresher longer.
No time to run to the store and pick up groceries for dinner? Rachael has tips on how you can keep your pantry and refrigerator properly stocked so you'll always have the necessary basics on hand to whip up a delicious dinner.
From cutting boards that do double duty to multitasking appliances, Rachael shows you how to make the most of a small kitchen counter space.
We had various surfaces in a viewer's home tested for germs — and what we found was pretty shocking.
Get Rachael's top tips for what to keep in your freezer, as she takes you backstage and into the prep kitchen for a tour!
Organizing expert Peter Walsh shares his top tip for organizing your freezer so there's room to spare.
Rachael shares her tips for storing your soups, stews and sauces in the freezer — with lots of room left over.
Stock up on these fresh items when they're on sale, and use Rachael's tips for storing produce and meat so it stays fresh until you're ready to use it.
Is it OK to freeze mozzarella cheese? How about ricotta?
Perishables and common pantry items you didn't know you could freeze now and use later.
Need recipes you can make using mostly pantry basics? We've got you covered with our 18 best breakfast, lunch & dinner pantry staple recipes.
This egg opener claims to quickly and easily crack open raw eggs without getting your hands dirty.