Cooking & Recipes Articles

Dutch Ovens are increasingly popular for cooking outdoors—hotter than Five-Alarm Chili!

Canning your vegetables or fruit? Here are general steps on how to can your food safely so that you can preserve your produce longer!

Whether you're making a sandwich or cooking dinner, there's a good chance that you may be chopping up onions for added flavor.

Canning season is here. Get ready with these recipes from the 1983 Old Farmer's Almanac reader recipe contest: Jams, Jellies, and Marmalades.

Dandelion flowers can be used in cooking! Don't rid your lawn of these bright yellow flowers. Harvest them for wine, jelly and snacks!  See our dandelion recipes.

Enjoy some delicious Halloween recipes and treats from The Old Farmer's Almanac.

Would you like to re-create those pumpkin spice mixtures that are often for sale in gift shops? Here is the right proportion of ingredients.

It happens to every cook now and then: Something tastes bland, or the chicken is pink and your guests are waiting at the table. Here are some solutions to common kitchen problems.

The history of ice cream is a messy one. Many nations claim to have invented it, just as various individuals take credit for it. Still, it makes for a chilling drama. So grab a bowl of your favorite flavor, and dig in.

The ice cream sold in supermarkets today is not what it once was. It is also ridiculously expensive! You can still enjoy old-time homemade ice cream, however, by making it yourself in a hand-crank freezer, which are still widely and commercially available.