Viewers Share Their Kitchen Secret Weapons: Brown Paper Bag + Mini Waffle Maker

These creative viewers show off their kitchen secret weapons—brown paper bags and mini waffle maker. You won't believe what they do with them.

Indoor "Smart Garden" AeroGarden Makes Growing Herbs Indoors Easy

The EIC of "Rachael Ray In Season," Lauren Iannotti, on why she loves the AeroGarden Indoor Herb Garden and thinks growing herbs will be a huge 2022 trend.

Make-Ahead Freezer Meals to Help You Save Money

Frugal living expert Lauren Greutman shares tips on how to save money by meal planning with easy + tasty slow cooker meals you can freeze.

When to Use Black Pepper vs White Pepper, According to Rach

Wondering how the flavor of a dish will change when using white pepper instead of black pepper? Rach breaks it down.

Rachael's Secret Ingredient to Add Flavor to Nut-Free Pesto

Rach's tips will give your nut-free pesto texture and brightness.

Rach Says You Can Make Delish Pesto Without Nuts—Here's How

Just because you have a nut allergy doesn't mean you have to avoid pesto. Rach has some tips to give nut-free pesto the most flavor.

What's the Difference Between White Pepper and Black Pepper?

Rachael breaks down the difference between white and black pepper, so you know when to use each in the kitchen.

We Love What This Brooklyn Designer Hides Behind Her Gorgeous Wall of Kitchen Cabinets

Athena Calderone—known as @eyeswoon to her nearly 800k followers on Instagram—hides kitchen essentials behind a gorgeous wall of cabinets.

Rachael's Must-Have Kitchen Tools

You can't go wrong with these Rachael-approved kitchen essentials and gadgets—as a gift or for yourself.

The Must-Have Kitchen Tools Rachael Swears By

Rachael shares her favorite kitchen tools—some of which she created herself, because no one knows what a cook needs in the kitchen more than Rach.

This Is How Rach Grates Whole Nutmeg (It's Super Easy!)

Rachael often suggests using freshly grated nutmeg in her recipes, so she's explaining the best way to grate it + how much of a whole piece you can use.

Garlic on the Menu? We Put This Odor-Absorbing Screen to the Test!

Our friend, Chef Jeff Mauro and his wife, Sarah, put this odor-absorbing splatter screen to the test for us in their home kitchen—here's how it went.

How To Substitute Fresh Herbs For Dried — and Vice Versa

Rachael breaks down the dried herbs equivalent to one tablespoon of fresh herbs.

Fresh Thyme Is Worth the Time! Just Follow Rach's Tips

Rachael answers one of our viewer's burning questions: Is there any way to make pulling thyme easier? (Spoiler: Yes! Just follow Rach's tips.)