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The Ancient Art of the Asian Salad

When it comes to Asian dishes (especially the non-authentic), much of it is deep fried. So these salads are a way of getting that Asian zest to your meal without the onslaught of calories.

The “Cupshakes” Discovery

Original or not, our “cupshakes” turned out scrumptious. Here are a few tips to getting the perfect combination and the ideal texture.

Scones: Baked to Perfection

There’s a fine line between biscuits and scones. It’s true that your English scones look different than your Southern Buttermilk Biscuits, but there is a difference between the two.

Meat is What’s for Dinner

Grilling is a great way to cook meals for your family and friends, and the following recipes are to help you make every person a happy one.

Recipe for the Perfect Picnic

Here are some tips for putting together the perfect picnic for Pioneer Day or any other summer day.

Ice Cream Sandwiches

I fell in love with ice cream sandwiches as a kid. They are the perfect summer sandwich and these are a few ways to make them yourself.

Multi-Toned Frosting

You can make cupcakes and cakes that look professional.

Gourmet S’mores: Not Just for the Campfire

Did you know that s’mores can be a delightful treat in settings other than a fire side?

Green Jell-o and Fry Sauce: The Folklore of Utah Foods

As a folklorist, BYU English professor Eric Eliason studies the cultures, traditions, stories and customs of everyday people. Where's the prime place to see all of those things come together? The state fair, of course.