Whole canned tomatoes have more meat and flavor than diced varieties, but can be messy to chop. Here's how to do it cleanly.
Love serving shrimp at parties, but unsure what to do once the bed of ice starts to melt? Here's a delicious solution.
Quickly cut pineapple into bite-sized pieces with these simple steps — no fancy coring equipment needed.
Tired of squeezing citrus only to get a little juice? It's easy to get the most out of your limes with this fast tip.
There's no need for a knife or cutting board with this tip. You can easily slice olives for salads, pastas, or pizzas in no time at all.
Cut down on the mess of buttering sweet corn with this tip. It's quick, easy, and fun for cooks of all ages!
No matter how you go about it, toasting coconut immediately pumps up the flavor of whatever dish you add it to.
The anatomy of a mango makes it a little tricky to dice, but this quick method makes the process simple.
If you don't already know the best way to peel fresh peaches, this tip will change your outlook on cooking with the juicy fruit.
The soft, buttery texture of ripe avocado can make it difficult to work with. So dice it up while it's still in the skin, instead!
Kitchen shears are a great tool for piercing stubborn packaging, but they also make short work of chopping dried fruit!
Here's a tip for getting the most fresh juice out of your citrus, with a kitchen tool you might not expect — the microwave!